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Patrick Bateman Will Dance His Way to Broadway's Gerald Schoenfeld Theater in March

The American Psycho musical now has a space and a set month in which it’ll begin its reign of capitalist nightmares: Variety announced that it’ll be performed at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theater — and previews will begin in March. 198 more words


American Psycho - Review

Bret Easton Ellis 

Picador (1991), 399 pages

Charity Shop, 50 cents

American Psycho is a dark satire on the dangerous narcissism and materialism that has engulfed the upper echelons of American society.  709 more words

Book Reviews

American Psycho and Why We Can't and Shouldn't Look Away

I am not entirely sure I can put into the right words, the qualities of American Psycho. It is such a rich conglomeration of melting fat and surgical precision that it produces within me the feelings of utter disgust and affection simultaneously. 541 more words


Some micro poems about antiheroes.
I give my best friends black eyes, 
I wont lye, 
Some of it's their blood, 
Some of it's mine, 
But I cant talk about the first rule. 46 more words

American Psycho

Back in the early 2000’s when I was but a wee teenager I first encountered the movie American Psycho starring Christian Bale. I garnered a great affection for that movie, as much as any immature cocky horror movie addicted teenager could and still view Patrick Bateman as Bale’s definitive role. 1,049 more words


Trailer: Kill Your Friends Does the American Psycho Thing To the British Music Industry of the 90s

As summarized by IMDB, American Psycho is about “A wealthy New York investment banking executive hides his alternate psychopathic ego from his co-workers and friends as he escalates deeper into his illogical, gratuitous fantasies.”  It’s all about the greed of the 80s and obsession with status and appearances, such as when Christian Bale’s Patrick Bateman goes ballistic when a colleague one-ups his meticulously designed business cards. 705 more words

Film Trailers


Sorry, another best movie scene ever post. But this is just iconic. This scene established Christian Bale as AWESOME on my list. His acting was perfect af…and forever haunting…