This chapter offers an intersectional analysis of the film, Fight Club, a film with a sexist and authoritarian “unconscious” that exists in uneasy tension with a critique of neoliberal capitalism. The analysis is indebted to 1970s and 1980s work on narcissistic social character, work that, while not focused on the intersectional forces of race, gender, and sexual oppressions, nonetheless foresaw some of the ways neoliberal capitalism would come to shape psychic existence. Bringing an awareness of the raced, sexed, and gendered nature of the damage wrought by neoliberal capitalism complicates ideas about social character.