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American Psycho

Watch “American Psycho” with Huey Lewis and Weird Al Yankovic

Article: Watch “American Psycho” with Huey Lewis and Weird Al Yankovic

“Why is there newspaper all over the floor? Is that some sort of Huey Lewis and the News joke or something?” Sorry “Weird” Al, it’s not. In the latest (greatest?) video from Funny or Die, Huey Lewis (of the News) plots his revenge against Weird Al Yankovic. Seems like Huey’s been watching a lot of…

Writer hired for “American Psycho” remake

Article: Writer hired for “American Psycho” remake

This is getting a bit ridiculous. Only a scant 11 years after it hit theaters, an “American Psycho” remake is already in the works. We have only one response to this: Why? Lionsgate has hired Noble Jones to write a new version of the script. He previously worked as a second-unit director for “The Social…

Five Christian Bale Roles We Love

Article: Five Christian Bale Roles We Love

One of our favorite movies, “American Psycho,” airs tonight at 9:15 p.m. ET and 11:30 p.m. ET. The adaptation of the Bret Easton Ellis novel stars Christian Bale as Patrick Bateman, a Wall Street success story with a very dark way of relieving stress. The dark and violent satire of America in the 1980s made…

What to Watch on IFC: September 6 – 11

Article: What to Watch on IFC: September 6 – 11

Well, that’s it, summer is over. Your white pants have to go into storage for nine months and your seersucker can’t come out and play until the next yacht rock party you’re invited to. What to do with all this free time while your croquet set sits on ice? Watch TV of course! Here’s what…

What to Watch on IFC: May 16 – 22

Article: What to Watch on IFC: May 16 – 22

Summer is taking its own sweet time in kicking into gear, so slather on some bronzer, fix yourself a pina colada and settle down by the warming glow of the television. Here’s what to watch this week on IFC: Monday Paul Verhoeven’s “Basic Instinct” stars Sharon Stone as a mystery writer/suspected serial killer/bisexual with a…

What to Watch on IFC: April 18 – 24

Article: What to Watch on IFC: April 18 – 24

As you wait for the Easter Bunny to drop off some chocolate at your door, you better not leave the house. You wouldn’t want to miss the delivery would you? Here’s what to watch on IFC: Monday Watch Academy Award winning actor Christian Bale get in touch with his inner crazy person in “American Psycho”…

“American Psycho” — The Musical?

Article: “American Psycho” — The Musical?

It feels like just last week I was writing about weird Broadway musical adaptations, possibly because it was just last week. In any event, The New York Post gave us a glimpse of possible addition to a future revision of that list: “American Psycho.” Yes, the classic Bret Easton Ellis novel turned Mary Harron film…

Smackdown: ‘American Psycho’ vs. ‘Wall Street 2′

Article: Smackdown: ‘American Psycho’ vs. ‘Wall Street 2′

Quick: Who would you rather be stuck in an elevator with Patrick Bateman or Gordon Gekko? Totally Gordon Gekko, right? Less likely to put an axe in your head is definitely a pro when considering elevator companions. But once you start thinking about it, you realize that Gordon Gekko might try to convince you that…

What to Watch on IFC: September 20-September 26

Article: What to Watch on IFC: September 20-September 26

Monday Woody Allen’s Annie Hall is probably the most neurotic love story ever made. Following Allen’s Alvy Singer and Diane Keaton’s Annie Hall on the ups and downs of finding love in a self-obsessed Manhattan. At 7:35 p.m. E.T. Tuesday In case you have been suffering withdrawals over the dearly departed Whitest Kids U’Know, we’ve…

Move over Canada, New York Street is back.

Article: Move over Canada, New York Street is back.

It’s not that Canada isn’t a real place. It’s just that when it pops up on-screen, it frequently isn’t “Canada”: it’s a stand in for some generic American big city, being filmed in for tax purposes. Toronto is where Harold and Kumar began their trek to White Castle and Kate Hudson and Matthew McConaughey played…

A decade with Michael Douglas.

Article: A decade with Michael Douglas.

Evgenia Peretz of Vanity Fair wins the prize for funniest parenthetical of the week. In her profile of Michael Douglas, dwelling on the actor’s 1987 annus mirabilis, she drops this: “he came at audiences with the one-two punch of ‘Fatal Attraction’ and ‘Wall Street’–which have come to define the decade (note the sushi cameos in…

Vacillating Voiceovers: A History of Unreliable Narrators

Article: Vacillating Voiceovers: A History of Unreliable Narrators

We trust the movies. We have to. Most of them only work if we look up at the images changing 24-times-a-second in front of us and believe that they reflect some sort of objective reality where a man can fly his house to South America or alien robots can transform into cars. Even when a…

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