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Not my favourite movie but when I was a kid going to the Cinema and seeing the posters on the way in I was a very happy kid indeed :

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19 minutes ago, BondandBigM said:

By definition you are probably correct but no need to get all arty farty on here. 

 

:laugh: :laugh:

But I AM arty farty :laugh::baby:

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8 hours ago, rolexgirl said:

I have always wondered what makes a cult film a cult film some of them listed seem pretty mainstream to me

My interpretation is something (not always) that doesn't get much recognition on release, but gains acclaim as years go by. Films like Citizen Kane for example broke new grounds in cinematography.

http://www.sparknotes.com/film/citizenkane/section2/

 

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How about "Slave Girls from Beyond Infinity"?  A salacious 80's remake of "The Most Dangerous Game" / "The Hounds of Zaroff".

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Or the dark comedy, "Heathers"

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Not sure if this reached cult status but with an appearance by Carl Mccoy, itbworked for me along with Dune and Blade Runner

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42 minutes ago, Teg62x said:

Dog soldiers, It is hilarious in places! 

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One of my all time fav films......... ‘saisages!!!!’

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The 1953 version,

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and the "remake", The Sorcerer,from 1977, featuring Tangerine Dream 's soundtrack.

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Three from David Cronenberg and three from John Carpenter (I mentioned Dark Star earlier)

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Can't refer to Carpenter's "The Thing" without also giving the excellent original a mention.

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