American Psycho is sixteen years old. That's a very disturbing thought to me. Not quite as disturbing as Mary Harron's slick and controlled adaptation of Bret Easton Ellis' 1991 novel still manages to be all these years later, mind you...
It seems almost like forever ago that XX, the horror anthology from XYZ Films featuring an all-female filmmaker line-up, was announced. Yet in that time since, little information has come out about the film outside of its rotating roster of filmmakers, with filmmakers Jean & Sylvia Soska and Sofia Carrillo having departed the project through […]
Mary Harron brought us one of the finest Horror films from the 2000 era in the screen adaption of Bret Easton Ellis' acclaimed American Psycho. After being invited onto the show, Fear Itself, for an episode entitled Community, she returned with the subtle fantasy, The Moth Diaries, in an American answer to the popular overseas sensation, Let the Right One In.
This article was originally published by AskMen UK -- so don't mind the references to things like "pounds," "chaps" and "packets of crisps," whatever those are. There’s a fleeting scene in the film American Psycho – Mary Harron’s 2000 adaptation of Bret Easton Ellis’ 1991 novel – where lead character Patrick Bateman opens his wardrobe. Show More Summary
Mary Harron and screenwriter Guinevere Turner, who teamed up in 2000 to create the modern slasher classic American Psycho, are getting back together, this time for The Family, a retelling of the Charles Manson story. …Read More
Director Mary Harron and screenwriter Guinevere Turner already know a thing or two about American psychos, as the team behind American Psycho, and they’ll be putting that knowledge to good use with their next effort. The pair are reuniting for The Family, about the Manson Family murders of 1969. Show More Summary
Although he’d be loath to admit it, Bret Easton Ellis was lucky that the creative team of Mary Harron and Guinevere Turner came along. Not only did they give American Psycho the feminist bona fides it needed after the novel was condemned as misogynist, they made a damn good movie out of it as well. Show More Summary
Director Mary Harron and screenwriter Guinevere Turner are turning their attention back to serial murder. Read more...
Deadline reports that The team behind the 2000 cult classic American Psycho is reuniting for look at real-life American psycho, Charles Manson. Director Mary Harron and screenwriter Guinevere Turner are set for The Family, adds the site, “An examination of the infamous Manson Family murders through the eyes of graduate student Karlene Faith as she […]
Not too shy of twenty years ago, director Mary Harron and her co-screenwriter Guinevere Turner took on the daunting task of adapting Bret Easton Ellis's infamous novel American Psycho for the screen. Luckily, many a genre fan feels that they did an excellent job. Show More Summary
One of the definitive horror comedies of the 21st Century, Mary Harron’s AMERICAN PSYCHO is a mean, brilliant film whose cult has grown steadily (and persistently) since hitting cinemas 16 years ago. Now, with Harron wrapping up her work on the all-female filmmaker horror anthology XX (alongside Jennifer Lynch, Karyn Kusama and Jovanka Vuckovic) and […]
Mary Harron and Guinevere Turner are reteaming for Manson-centric film. Read the full article on AICN Aside from probably being the best Bret Easton Ellis adaptation to date, Mary Harron’s AMERICAN PSYCHO remains novel and relevant for...Show More Summary
The American Psycho team is reuniting in the service of true crime. Director Mary Harron and writer Guinevere Turner are making Charles Manson tale The Family, which will focus on the three young women who participated in the infamous 1969 cult murders. Read more...
Exclusive: Director Mary Harron and screenwriter Guinevere Turner, the team behind the 2000 cult classic American Psycho, are reuniting for look at real life American psycho Charles Manson with The Family, an examination of the infamous...Show More Summary
In each scene with Detective Donald Kimball (Willem Dafoe), Mary Harron asked Defoe to portray his character three different ways: 1) Kimble knew Patrick Bateman killed Paul Allen, 2) Kimball didn't know Bateman killed Allen, and 3) Kimball wasn't sure if Bateman killed Allen. Show More Summary
Director Mary Harron admires a blood-drenched Christian Bale on the set of the modern classic, American Psycho! Which band does serial killer Patrick Bateman critique in this infamous scene from the film?
By now, American Psycho has become cultural shorthand for a certain kind of character. Bret Easton Ellis’ best novel, published in 1991 and adapted into Mary Harron’s even better 2000 film starring Christian Bale, created an archetype: the attractive, successful, debauched yet perversely disciplined young alpha male who also happens to be a sociopathic killer. …Read More
We've previously reported on XX, a horror anthology comprised of four segments directed by four female directors (Jennifer Lynch, Mary Harron, Karyn Kusama, and Jovanka Vickovic), now comes word that there's another female-driven...Show More Summary
Scout Tafoya's video series "The Unloved" tackles the urgency of female filmmakers with the latest installment of his fantastic video series. One of the most underrated directors of either gender has to be Mary Harron, and he looks at...Show More Summary
Magnet Releasing shared a teaser poster for XX, a new horror anthology featuring shorts from Karyn Kusama (Girlfight, Jennifer’s Body), Mary Harron (American Psycho, pictured), Jennifer Lynch (Hiss, Surveillance), and Jovanka Vuckovic. No other details have been released. Bloody Disgusting!USA email@example.com