Bret Easton Ellis is the author of six novels, Less Than Zero, The Rules of Attraction, American Psycho, Glamorama, Lunar Park and most recently Imperial Bedrooms, which was a Sunday Times Top Ten Bestseller, and a collection of stories, The Informers. His work has been translated into twenty-seven languages. He lives in Los Angeles.
Bret Easton Ellis
BretEastonEllis - 8 hours ago
There's just one day left to get a number of items from BEE's personal collection. Check out the links below:
BretEastonEllis - 2 days ago
THE B.E.E. PODCAST with Variety film critic Owen Gleiberman: explaining the Batman/Ben Affleck controversy that I caused, the dirty secret of fanboy culture and being obsessed with information, identity politics and their intolerance of diversity, watching a film to hide from the world while spying on it at the same time, a generation obsessed with corporate products and interconnected franchise movies, criticism as marketing, movies as addiction and the perfect surrogate for sex, Raiders of the Lost Ark as the most dangerously influential movie of the last 40 years, The Dark Knight being the best comic book movie even though it isn't a comic book movie, Lord of the Rings/Star Wars/Harry Potter culture as itemized Wikipedia culture, De Palma's Carrie as defining movie experience, watching The Texas Chainsaw Massacre in the safety of your condo bedroom, rigged liberal message movies and Moonlight as huge cop out and the press feeling shy about criticizing it, mutual Pauline Kael obsession and her aesthetic blind spots, Altman's Nashville as the most radically enthralling movie ever made, The Silence of the Lambs and the downfall of Jonathan Demme via PC culture, permissive Boomer parents jazzed on New Hollywood, Rocky as the dawn of Reaganism, not getting Blow Out, compiling 10 Best lists, cold and distant and bullying fathers... Available on iTunes and PodcastOne: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/id753552884
BretEastonEllis - 3 days ago
This signed American Psycho poster is up for auction. Check it out at the link below, along with two other posters from Bret's collection.
A digital series I wrote and directed THE DELETED is now available with a new episode dropped daily all this week (DEC 4-11): full.sc/watchthedeleted.
BretEastonEllis - 4 days ago
Signed poster prints are available for a limited time. Check them out below:
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