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American Psycho deleted scene parody

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At the time of release, American Psycho was only slightly out-of-date. Set in the late 80s and released in the early 90s, it provided a host of still recognisable pop culture references embedded in a darkly funny tale of a banker losing his mind.

But by the time the big screen adaptation hit cinemas in 1999, it had transformed into a period piece. A witty look at another time in history.

This spoof deleted scene purports to be an attempt by Lionsgate to update the film for younger audiences. It takes one of the film's most iconic scenes and gives it a youthful spin.

Watch and laugh:

(Images: YouTube)

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