Too bloody for the art-house crowd but way too arty for the average gorehound, photographer Cindy Sherman's directorial debut will have a tough time finding an appreciative audience. And that's a shame: Sherman's film is a hilariously twisted, typically
postmodern take on the psycho-killer genre, and it's a hoot. Dorine (Carol Kane), a geeky, put-upon copy editor at "Constant Consumer" magazine, makes CARRIE look like an underachiever. After 17 years of faithful service, she falls victim to a round of corporate downsizing and must work from home.
But that's OK: When she accidentally electrocutes a particularly despicable male coworker, Dorine realizes she can take ...