The 2000s continued to imbue horror with a heavy dose of humor (particulary effective in Mary Harron's adaptation of Bret Easton Ellis's novel American Psycho). While movies like Drag Me to Hell took the camp factor to the max, a much darker genre was emerging. Since dubbed "torture porn," movies like Saw, Audition, The Human Centipede, and Martyrs disgusted yet intrigued audiences with their protracted scenes of physical and psychological torture. Though the merits of these films have been debated, they have had a notable influence on the horror genre.