The term “classy” winks at, well, the upper class. When we say someone has “class,” we mean to say that such a person is refined or even elegant in their behavior and the way they carry themselves, in a manner that’s typical of a higher caste. It suggests that people who are born into, or climb into, a higher social echelon are better-behaved, have better taste, and are all-around better.
As anyone who’s ever read an F. Scott Fitzgerald novel or grown up in a wealthy setting can attest, that belief is downright laughable. Keep reading »
Those of you who’ve seen “American Psycho” will remember the prostitute from the famous Patrick-Bateman-going-bats**it-crazy-with-a-chainsaw scene. Poor girl ended up bloodied and dead at the hands of her psychotic john and his amazing chainsaw-throwing precision. And now Lydia Hearst, publishing heiress and wannabe supermodel, is helping us relive those beautiful moments all over again in Miles Fisher’s new cover of the Talking Heads classic “This Must Be the Place.”
In this truly creepy “American Psycho” homage, Fisher plays Patrick Bateman surprisingly well; Hearst looks confused, pouty and quite a lot like the not-so-cute hooker she’s meant to be playing. Oh, and there’s a decent amount of axe-wielding action for The Frisky contingent that gets off on blood. Check out the video after the jump and tell us: cool or creepy? Keep reading »