Bret Easton Ellis
Twenty years on, Mary Harron and Guinevere Turner's adaptation is a perfect combination of humour, horror and satire.
Bret Easton Ellis, Chloë Sevigny, and yes, Huey Lewis told VICE about the 2000 film that made Christian Bale's Patrick Bateman the ultimate villain.
Fifty Shades was less 'sex-fuelled chick flick' and more 'Capitalist nightmare'.
I called Bret at his house in LA last week. We talked passionately about his frustration with what he's dubbed "Generation Wuss"—you, me, and everyone else who's young, is hyper-sensitive, and has grown up with the internet.
And if "cool" is gimp masks and adrenaline shots to the heart, then I'm kind of OK with that.
Rurik Jutting, a Cambridge graduate who worked for Bank of America Merrill Lynch, is accused of murdering Jesse Lorena and Sumarti Ningsih, who are being identified as prostitutes from Southeast Asia.
They're out there. They're just not out, because the stigma of being a man who likes both fellas and ladies is still a serious weight to deal with.
Sundance NEXT FEST, a film festival that combines music and cinema, starts August 7th in Downtown LA. Films from Aubrey Plaza, Jason Schwartzman, and Kendrick Lamar are amongst the films screening during the week-long event.
People may be afraid to merge in Los Angeles, but they aren't afraid to get dolled up and take pictures of one another lounging poolside. Here's a photo shoot inspired by Bret Easton Ellis's debut—the good parts, not the parts with mutilated bodies and...