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    Re: Favorite cult movies

    Real Genius and Shaun Of The Dead.

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    Re: Favorite cult movies

    The Usual Suspects

    Leon: The Professional

    Heathers

    Jacob's Ladder

    Angel Heart

    Blue Velvet

    and, of course, Office Space
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    Re: Favorite cult movies

    Billy Madison and The Toxic Avenger are two I liked that I haven't seen mentioned.

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    Re: Favorite cult movies

    Anyone that would define The Greatest Movie of All Time a "cult" film is crazy. The only way Roadhouse is a "Cult" film is if every man, woman, and child on the planet is part of your so called "cult".

    Go day sir.
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    Re: Favorite cult movies

    Just watched Anvil: The Story of Anvil last night, and it was great and would probably qualify I think.

    Trouble with this is defining cult. Some of the movies listed I think I'd quibble with them being considered "cult" films.

    One other that I saw recently that I'd recommend to anyone with a sense of humor that loves movies is The Room. Not sure I've ever laughed so hard.
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    Re: Favorite cult movies

    "Clerks", "Clerks II" & "Super Troopers". "Holy Grail", "Life of Brian", and anything Python. "The Fifth Element," "A Boy and His Dog," & "Vanishing Point." From way back - "Groove Tube" & "Kentucky Fried Movie". The original "Death Race 2000" with David Carradine. For Schlock Effect: "Basket Case" & "Flesh Gordon". And the King of the Cults: "The Rocky Horror Picture Show".

    When I think of a "Cult Movie," I think of something without a wide-spread release and for the most part endlessly quoteable or with lots memorable scenes. Also, a film or Franchise that develops a hardcore, rabid "cult" following. "Attack of the Killer Fanboys." Now there's a great premise for a cult movie.
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    Re: Favorite cult movies

    Haven't seen "Donnie Darko" mentioned.

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    Re: Favorite cult movies

    Super Troopers was awesome. I don't now if those same guys did BeerFest but their second attempt at a movie was poor.

    The Boondock Saints was probably my favorite movie in college.

    Blow was a fantastic movie. IMO one of the best performances by Jonny Depp.

    Out Cold is a favorite of mine. There were a couple of stars who were unheard of in this movie.

    Don't know if these are all cult movie but I like them.

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    Re: Favorite cult movies

    Raising Arizona
    Holy Grail
    Time Bandits

    That's about it for me. I think there are a few directors who have cult like status, and who's movies people watch over and over.

    Hal Hartley, Jim Jarmusch, John Waters, David Lynch, etc.

    I could watch Hartley's Unbelievable Truth repeatedly.
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    Re: Favorite cult movies

    Quote Originally Posted by GAC View Post
    But I love Cohen Brother movies. LOL

    That's 'Coen'


    Is Planes, Trains, and Automobiles a cult movie? I'll go with that one.

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    Re: Favorite cult movies

    After reading this list, I'm not sure I know the definition of a cult movie.
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    Re: Favorite cult movies

    Dazed and Confused

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    Re: Favorite cult movies

    Is Malick a cult director? The New World was one of the most intense experiences I ever had watching a movie.
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