For example, while a romantic-comedy may provide us with humour, melancholia, sentimentality etc, this genre also has a specific function: to reaffirm the idea of "happily-ever-after," " true love" and more. The way in which these ideas are presented and made "normal" would be a starting point for an essay on a romantic-comedy. You will examine the issues in your film from the same perspective, critically.
The movie American Psycho is derived from the novel composed by Brett Easton Ellis is a horror movie based on the theme of a psychotic serial killer. The film is one of the best social satires and it attacks the male culture to a large extent. The movie has an ideal merge of horror, satire. The film focuses on the mental unsteadiness of the Wall Street professional who has his yearn towards blood and this compels him to cause serial killing. Some critics are of the view that the movie has portrayed a satire condition of the American consumerism. According to a critic the movie also expresses mental pressure of a person who is in the corporate life of illogical fantasies. The movie is a cross over film which falls into the variety of the horror film (Hantke, 119).The film focused on a wide number of issues associated with socioeconomic background.
The film depicts a form of cannibalism which has been the sociological taboo in the present generation of civilized humanity. American Psycho is also created on the “slasher formula” in which a depiction of mean beast is portrayed and based on his madness he carries out his act of massacre against others. The film focuses on the representation of ‘graphic horror’ and sexual imagery. The interpretation of such effects has been controversial and has given rise to debates. The film also focuses on the negative attitude towards the women. The protagonist of the story, the American Psycho is depicted as a person who has an obsession for success, fashion and style and the story