Psychos and vampires populate two films screening at Horrible Imaginings Film Festival to celebrate Women in Horror Month and Black History Month: American Psycho and Ganja and Hess. Writer-director Mary Harron brought Bret Easton Ellis' controversial novel American Psycho to the screen, somehow managing to preserve all of its pitch-black lunacy. It's the story of Patrick Bateman, a slick New York executive whose interests include Huey Lewis, impeccable business cards and murder. Released in 1973, Ganja and Hess subverts both the Blaxploitation and vampire genres. Duane Jones, star of the iconic Night of the Living Dead, plays Dr. Hess Green, an archeologist who's stabbed by an ancient knife and finds he now has an insatiable thirst for blood. Catch one or both of these cult classics at The Museum of Photographic Arts in San Diego.