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your favorite cult movie..

Discussion in 'Music, Box Office, TV & Books' started by Patty98, Feb 28, 2019.

  1. ttaskmaster

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    Like others, I have many... but if I had to pick one, it would be Spacehunter. I'm more geeky about that than even Aliens!!
     
  2. Vargas

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    I watched Saturn 3 last night. Hector is class lol
     
  3. BriT

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    Hackers!
     
  4. zola25

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    Starship Troopers. It's concerning that some people take it seriously.
     
  5. JonnyT

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    Brain Dead by Peter Jackson
    The Medusa Touch - prompted by a quote from the film used in a Manics song
     
  6. freddie64

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    Any thing with Jay and Silent Bob in it.

    Also

    The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951)
    This Island Earth
    National Lampoons Animal House
    Monty Python and the Holy Grail
    Death Race 2000
    Barbarella
     
  7. wolfie138

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    i've seen that; i've seen a film called i've seen "The Invasion" (2007), and i've seen "Body Snatchers" (1993) ~ i'm just hoping someone makes another version called "Of The".
     
  8. FlyingScotsman

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    The Cult which were formed from Astbury's Southern Death Cult! :)
     
  9. sniperone

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    Bad taste .Peter Jackson’s finest work
     
  10. Hades

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    All of these are great choices.
     
  11. Destination

    Capodecina

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    Is Saturn 3 the one with the robot who fancies the lass?
     
  12. Vexr

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    Requiem for a Dream
    SLC Punk
    They Live
     
  13. Secret_Window

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    They Live is something I discovered very late on. I saw it on Amazon prime a few years back and couldn't believe I hadn't watched it sooner. A real gem of a film.

    It has also been remastered recently and is available in 4K if anyone is interested.
     
  14. Vargas

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  15. Vargas

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    Outland is another favourite, Sean Connery.
     
  16. tek81

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    Ah, another fan of Outland. I was starting to think I was the only one. It's a great film.
     
  17. Vargas

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    It sure is, always worth a watch.
     
  18. Marsman

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    In post #30 the OP indicates he/she was talking about films literally about cults, not films which have a cult following...

    It was inevitable that people would take it as a thread about favourite films that have a cult following. The OP should have been more specific with the wording.

    Still; I don't suppose this thread would be very long at all if people understood what the OP was actually asking for...

    Not sure I can name many if any films about cults; let alone favourite ones.
     
  19. nands

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    In that case Red State from Kevin Smith covers both bases.
     
  20. VoG

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    Well if it's literal cults then the pickings are far slimmer, i can only think of The Wicker Man ( 70's version not the bloody awful Nicolas Cage remake ), Rosemary's Baby, The Stand, & Silent Hill, that's all i can come up with, & out of those The Wicker Man stands head & shoulders above the rest.