#WIHMX Day 22 – Mary Harron

Today I’m choosing Canadian film director Mary Harron who gave us the screen version of American Psycho.

Bret Easton Ellis, the author of American Psycho, was never a huge fan of the film. He didn’t believe that it needed to be translated from page to screen. But I think Harron did a great job, as director and script co-writer, in delivering a very memorable movie that’s laced with black humour and fits nicely into the classic horror category.

I delight in what I fear - Shirley Jackson

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R. H. Dixon is a horror enthusiast who, when not escaping into the fantastical realms of fiction, lives in the northeast of England with her husband and two whippets. She is an active member of the Horror Writers Association.

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