Tagged: Cult Movies

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Donnie Darko

Donnie Darko Has a demonic looking 6-foot tall bunny-rabbit name Frank ever told you that the world will end—in 28 days, 6 hours, 42 minutes and 12 seconds? Me neither, and that may be a good thing because it happens to Donnie Darko. Donnie is a cynical, highly intelligent, disturbed teenage...

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Warriors, come out to play-ay-ay!

The Warriors Hearing a clicking sound like a Vegas slot machine, I look over and see my wife’s eyes spinning back in her head. I know it has something to do with me watching The Warriors…well, watching it again for the uncountable time. The clicking leads us to our next...

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Harold and Maude, A Love Story

It is daddy-daughter time, so I pick today’s cult classic. I selected it especially for her. She is cool enough to get it, plus, little does she know, she will shed a few tears (she hates that). Maybe I should warn her, but anyway, I push play, and Harold and...

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The Freaks Come Out at Night

Tod Browning, Dracula, and Freaks Tod Browning was a young director specializing in horror and the macabre. His most famous work is the 1931 horror classic Dracula. The film led to other Universal Studio monsters like Frankenstein and the Wolfman. It also inspired the vampire phenomenon still popular today. The...

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Basket Case: Say Hello to My Little Friend

Flipping through the less than exciting options on my television, a movie catches my eye: Chasing Banksy. I watch the last half of the film. As luck would have it, it is disappointing. The credits begin to roll and I see a familiar name. It is director Frank Henenlotter, known for directing...

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The Monkees Take One to the Head

We all have guilty pleasures. Seldom do we risk the embarrassment or loss of cool points by sharing with our friends. With this said, I’ll take a deep breath and admit one of mine. I am a fan of the Monkees. (There is, however, a caveat: I only like songs...

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David Lynch and the Surreal Eraserhead.

It is hard to believe that I have waited so long to watch David Lynch’s student film, Eraserhead. I am a fan of his later work like the eerie, macabre Twin Peaks or the psychological film noir of Blue Velvet. I sit in front of the television in anticipation of...

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The Room: the Worst Movie You Can Ever Love.

The Room is often mentioned as the worst film ever made. The “Citizen Kane of bad movies.” It has grown into a favorite interactive midnight movie, much like the Rocky Horror Picture Show. If you are a fan of Cult or Trash films, this is a must-see. At face value,...