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Greatest (or possibly second greatest) Cult Classic Movie Of All Time


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Posted on Mar 21, 2012, 7:10:42 PM PDT
An American Werewolf in London? I know I love it to death, but am unsure about it's universal appeal.

Posted on Mar 21, 2012, 7:33:23 PM PDT
Green Meanie says:
John Carter is a future Cult Movie.

Posted on Mar 21, 2012, 8:31:42 PM PDT
I know 'Showgirls' has a cult.

That's NOT a recommendation!

Posted on Mar 21, 2012, 9:47:37 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on Mar 21, 2012, 9:49:10 PM PDT
Laust Cawz says:
Sorry. I forgot to include the English titles of the foreign films, too.
They're there now.

There actually were disparagers--

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0053459/trivia

IMDB lists it as 1960. Is this wrong?

Mostly, I've made a point of staying away from TV movies.
Even most of my favorites are not what I would call cult items.
A BIG exception is "Trilogy Of Terror",
which actually inspired a glam-punk band--
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LBUY-sTbsPQ

Even those who've never heard of "Trilogy..."
may have actually happened upon it at some time,
but may not have ever found out what it was called,
since the final segment (the one with the Zuni hunter fetish doll that comes to life)
is the real grabber & the title is not listed in the closing credits.
This is how I first discovered it.

I'm still considering Spielberg's first feature, "Duel",
which went from TV movie to expanded theatrical edition.
I think this was a pretty rare thing to happen.

Some other choices to consider still, though.

I don't think we can include the TV movie pilot episode
for something that became a series.
That would have to go into a "Cult TV" thread,
which would surely include many more selections,
but, by the very nature of most TV shows,
wouldn't be anywhere NEAR as extreme in most cases.
Can you IMAGINE any of the "Human Centipede" sequences
on the tube, even ONDEMAND, for example????

"The Fly" is on the list.
I added it along with "The Blob" from the same year.
It occurred to me that "Killer Klowns..." got its basic plot from "The Blob".
I would've tossed "Killer Klowns..." then,
but coulrophobia lends itself very well to a cult mindset
& this film milks it for every drop.
Even Tim Burton has mentioned this as being among his fears.
Truth be told, it's hard for me to imagine
what they're going to come up with for the sequel that they haven't already covered--
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1979370/

I saw the first "Killer Klowns..." on original release & it was gone the next week.
Later that year, the local arthouse cinema ran it in a double feature
with "...Rocky Horror..." (the first time I'd seen that one) for Halloween
& several audience members (including me) dressed as Killer Klowns.

Also, "The Fly" (1958) was not a TV movie.
Aside from drama anthologies such as "Playhouse 90"
(which, I guess, filled the same role),
I don't think there was such a thing back then.
In fact, a few years ago, I was there when
"The Fly" ran as part of The Bryant Park film festival here in N.Y.

For some of the more obscure or forgotten films on the list &/or ones I added
that hadn't already been suggested, I've provided youtube addresses.
I'm under the impression that some of the titles might be misleading
for anyone who's not familiar with the films.
For example, "Superstar: The Karen Carpenter Story" might lead one to believe
that this is the VH1 biopic. It's not.
Someone might assume that "Bambi Meets Godzilla"
is some cheesy Japanese-style monster movie. Again, it's anything but.

I'd also prefer to stay away from "Showgirls".

In reply to an earlier post on Mar 21, 2012, 11:00:40 PM PDT
Laust Cawz : "IMDB lists it as 1960. Is this wrong?"<

It is if they're talking about 'Eyes without a Face'.

That is a 1959 movie.

>"There actually were disparagers--

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0053459/trivia"<

Not many, and virtually none today. Not real critics, anyway. Of course, on the internet, there's all sorts of hate for everything from armchair reviewers, some deliberately being contrarian.

If we start including movies that were ONCE controversially received, then where does it end? We might as well include An Andalusian Dog / Age of Gold ( Un Chien Andalou' & 'L'Âge d'or'
-- today, these surrealist masterworks are widely considered to be classics.

Main thing I'm worried about, re: 'Eyes without a Face', is if it's on the list, I won't be voting for much else! Love that film.

And then there are all manner of "banned" films too, many of which are well-loved today, like 'Baby Doll'.

Maybe we should include a "video nasty" or two, which were "racy" or super-violent movies (mostly of '70s-80s) that were censored and banned from video release in Britain?

The best ones for Cult-ified purposes were Flesh for Frankenstein, The Boogeyman, and Dead & Buried... another 'video nasty' I saw recently was 'The Witch Who Came From the Sea'.... very, very weird movie. Not decided on that one yet. I like the atmosphere. Ending left me feeling almost a wigged out as 'Eraserhead'.

>>"Also, "The Fly" (1958) was not a TV movie."<<

I know, I was talking about 'The Night Stalker'.
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0067490/combined
A great John Llewellyn Moxey TV movie. He made the best cult TV movies of the 1970s. I had the pleasure to write him for a couple years recently. He's very nice and pleased to be remembered well... by a few of us nuts.
Some of his other TV films: 'A Taste of Evil', 'The Strange and Deadly Occurrence', 'Where Have All the People Gone?'

>>""The Fly" is on the list."<<

Great, I didn't notice. Any chance we can get it in some order come game time -- alphabetical or chronological?

Posted on Mar 21, 2012, 11:01:46 PM PDT
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Posted on Mar 21, 2012, 11:15:02 PM PDT
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In reply to an earlier post on Mar 22, 2012, 12:15:12 AM PDT
Georgedc says:
❤A SERBIAN FILM❤

Posted on Mar 22, 2012, 6:13:18 AM PDT
Cavaradossi says:
Laust Cawz

If your definition of a cult film is one that is bad in some way. or ways, and was poorly received critically at the time of its release, though one that eventually gains a devoted following, I don't see how Duel can be included. That film was so critically admired when new and since that it was a major factor in the success of Spielberg's rising career. I have always had the impression it went over well with audiences, too.

Just a thought.

Posted on Mar 22, 2012, 7:53:50 AM PDT
Last edited by the author on Mar 22, 2012, 7:58:24 AM PDT
Lawst: But Showgirls is most definitely a cult film--a camp cult film, admittedly, but cult nevertheless.

I managed to locate my copy of The Rough Guide To Cult Movies (Penguin, 2001), a useful reference in this matter. It cites Umberto Eco's definition of a cult film (which definition would include Casablanca): "The work...must provide a completely furnished world so that its fans can quote characters and episodes as if they were aspects of the fan's private sectarian world, a world about which one can make up quizzes and play trivia games so that the adepts of the sect recognize though each other a shared experience."

It then suggests seven criteria for a cult film: "Any movie mentioned here should therefore:

1) inspire people to go around quoting it to each other or generally inspire an unreasonable amount of devotion long after the fickle masses have forgotten the movie's existence
2) be good but under-appreciated, possibly because in a marketing machine increasingly built on stars and event movies, they were just too different to be guaranteed a long residence at a cinema near you
3) be an undiscovered gem, possibly because it's foreign or went straight to video in this country
4) be so bad it really is worth watching
5) be compelling for some other reason--the script may stink but there's a song, a stunt or something that makes it all worthwhile
6) be a mainstream film which nevertheless has that indefinable something we can only describe as 'juice'
7) not be Police Academy 2-7."

Which definition suggests two additional films which satisfy several of these criteria: The Manchurian Candidate and that underappreciated exercise in rampant paranoia, Winter Kills.

More to contemplate. Incidentally, the Guide lists nearly 1000 films.

Posted on Mar 22, 2012, 11:54:04 AM PDT
Last edited by the author on Mar 22, 2012, 4:27:42 PM PDT
Green Meanie says:
Trilogy of Terror II with Lysette Anthony.

Posted on Mar 22, 2012, 12:12:47 PM PDT
The lovely Lysette Anthony! Another highly cultish candidate: Krull.

Posted on Mar 22, 2012, 1:30:31 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on Mar 22, 2012, 2:00:00 PM PDT
Laust Cawz says:
THE GAME IS ON!!!!!

For easier reference, I've left up the youtube addresses
I'd added for some films on the OP.

"Trilogy Of Terror" (1975--Dan Curtis) - 8
"The Blob" (1958--Irvin S. Yeaworth, Jr.
& Russell S. Doughten, Jr.) - 8
"The Fly" (1958--Kurt Neumann) - 8
"Killer Klowns From Outer Space" (1988--Stephen Chiodo) - 8
"Night Of The Living Dead" (1968--George A. Romero) - 8
"Plan 9 From Outer Space" (1959--Edward D. Wood, Jr.) - 8
"Attack Of The Killer Tomatoes" (1978--John DeBello) - 8
"Chopping Mall" aka "Killbots" (1986--Jim Wynorski) - 8
"The Blair Witch Project"
(1999--Daniel Myrick/Eduardo Sanchez) - 8
"Black Sheep" (2006--Jonathan King) - 8
"The Toxic Avenger" (1984--Lloyd Kaufman/Michael Herz) - 8
"Elvira's Haunted Hills" (2001--Sam Irvin) - 8
"The Incredibly Strange Creatures Who Stopped Living
& Became Mixed-Up Zombies" (1964--Ray Dennis Steckler) - 8

"D.O.A." (1949--Rudolph Mate) - 8
"Bring Me The Head Of Alfredo Garcia" (1974--Sam Peckinpah) - 8
"The Cars That Ate Paris" (1974--Peter Weir) - 8
"Alphaville, Une Etrange Aventure De Lemmy Caution"
(1965--Jean-Luc Godard) - 8
"Dead Man" (1995--Jim Jarmusch) - 8
"Detour" (1945--Edgar G. Ulmer) - 8
"Gone In 60 Seconds" (1974--H.B. Halicki) - 8
"Death Race 2000" (1975--Paul Bartel) - 8
"Rolling Thunder" (1977--John Flynn) - 8
"The Warriors" (1979--Walter Hill) - 8
"Repo Man" (1984--Alex Cox) - 8
"Streets Of Fire" (1984--Walter Hill) - 8

"Café Flesh" (1982--Rinse Dream) - 8
"Deep Throat" (1972--Gerard Damiano) - 8
"Flesh Gordon" (1974--Michael Benveniste/Howard Ziehm) - 8
"Deadly Weapons" (1974--Doris Wishman) - 8
"The First Nudie Musical"
(1976--Mark Haggard/Bruce Kimmel) - 8
"Greetings" (1968--Brian DePalma) - 8
"Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Sex
(But Were Afraid To Ask)" (1972--Woody Allen) - 8

"Duck Amuck" (1951--Chuck Jones) - 8
"Bambi Meets Godzilla" (1969--Marv Newland) - 8
"Guard Dog" (2004--Bill Plympton) - 8
"Song Of The South" (1946--Harve Foster/Wilfred Jackson) - 8
"The Adventures Of Prince Achmed"
(1926--Lotte Reiniger) - 8
"Gulliver's Travels" (1939--Dave Fleischer) - 8
"Fritz The Cat" (1972--Ralph Bakshi) - 8
"Heavy Metal" (1981--Gerald Potterton) - 8
"What's Opera, Doc?" (1957--Chuck Jones) - 8
"La Planete Sauvage" aka "Fantastic Planet"
(1973--Rene Laloux) - 8

"Eraserhead" (1977--David Lynch) - 8
"Pink Flamingos" (1972--John Waters) - 8
"The Terror Of Tiny Town" (1938--Sam Newfield) - 8
"Freaks" (1932--Tod Browning) - 8
"Tell Your Children" aka "Reefer Madness"
(1936--Louis J. Gasnier) - 8
"Little Shop Of Horrors"
(1960--Roger Corman/Charles B. Griffith/Mel Welles) - 8
"L'Age d'Or" (1930--Luis Bunuel) - 8
"A Clockwork Orange" (1971--Stanley Kubrick) - 8
"Dune" (1984--David Lynch) - 8
"Polyester" (1981--John Waters) - 8
"Monty Python & The Holy Grail"
(1975--Monty Python/Terry Gilliam/Terry Jones) - 8

"The Fearless Vampire Killers
or Pardon Me, But Your Teeth Are In My Neck"
(1967--Roman Polanski) - 8
"Vampire's Kiss" (1988--Robert Bierman) - 8

"Sweet Sweetback's BaaadAsss Song"
(1971--Melvin Van Peebles) - 8
"Coffy" (1973--Jack Hill) - 8
"White Man's Burden" (1995--Desmond Nakano) - 8
"Bamboozled" (2000--Spike Lee) - 8

"The Aristocrats" (2005--Paul Provenza) - 8
"This Film Is Not Yet Rated" (2006--Kirby Dick) - 8
"F***" (2005--Steve Anderson) - 8
"Roger & Me" (1989--Michael Moore) - 8
"Sound & Fury" (2000--Josh Aronson) - 8

"The Girl Can't Help It" (1956--Frank Tashlin) - 8
"Viva Las Vegas" (1964--George Sidney) - 8
"Head" (1968--Bob Rafelson) - 8
"Woodstock" (1970--Michael Wadleigh) - 8
"Tommy" (1975--Ken Russell) - 8
"Renaldo & Clara" (1978--Bob Dylan) - 8
"Rock 'N' Roll High School" (1979--Allan Arkush) - 8
"This Is Spinal Tap" (1984--Rob Reiner) - 8
"Fear Of A Black Hat" (1993--Rusty Cundieff) - 8

"Last House On The Left" (1972--Wes Craven) - 8
"The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" (1974--Tobe Hooper) - 8
"Death Wish" (1974--Michael Winner) - 8
"Lipstick" (1976--Lamont Johnson) - 8
"I Spit On Your Grave" (1978--Meir Zarchi) - 8

"Dial 'M' For Murder" (1954--Alfred Hitchcock) - 8
"House Of Wax" (1953--Andre De Toth) - 8
"The Tingler" (1959--William Castle) - 8
"Chelsea Girls" (1966--Andy Warhol/Paul Morrissey) - 8
"Spirits Of The Dead"
(1968--Roger Vadim/Louis Malle/Federico Fellini) - 8
"Cremaster" 1-5 (1995-2002--Matthew Barney) - 8
"Grindhouse"
(2007--Robert Rodriguez/Quentin Tarantino/
Eli Roth/Edgar Wright/Rob Zombie) - 8
"The Human Centipede"
(First Sequence 2009/Full Sequence 2011/Final Sequence 2013
--Tom Six) - 8

"Safety Last" (1923--Fred C. Newmeyer/Sam Taylor) - 8
"Steamboat Bill, Jr." (1928--Charles Reisner/Buster Keaton) - 8
"Body & Soul" (1925--Oscar Micheaux) - 8
"It" (1927--Clarence G. Badger/Josef von Sternberg) - 8

"The Rocky Horror Picture Show" (1975--Jim Sharman) - 8
"Xanadu" (1980--Robert Greenwald) - 8

"Blackboard Jungle" (1955--Richard Brooks) - 8
"Clerks" (1994--Kevin Smith) - 8
"Better Off Dead" (1985--Savage Steve Holland) - 8
"Zazie Dans Le Metro" aka "Zazie Of The Underground"
(1960--Louis Malle) - 8
"Napoleon Dynamite" (2004--Jared Hess) - 8
"Harold & Kumar Go To White Castle" (2004--Danny Leiner) - 8
"Labyrinth" (1986--Jim Henson) - 8
"Heathers" (1988--Michael Lehmann) - 8
"Pee Wee's Big Adventure" (1985--Tim Burton) - 8
"The 5,000 Fingers Of Dr. T" (1953--Roy Rowland) - 8

"Anti-Christ" (2009--Lars Von Trier) - 8
"Ratboy" (1986--Sondra Locke) - 8
"Triumph des Willens" (1935--Leni Riefenstahl) - 8

"Whatever Happened To Baby Jane" (1962--Robert Aldrich) - 8
"Faster, Pussycat...Kill! Kill!" (1965--Russ Meyer) - 8
"Bunny Lake Is Missing" (1965--Otto Preminger) - 8
"Valley Of The Dolls" (1967--Mark Robson) - 8
"Boom!" (1968--Joseph Losey) - 8
"Myra Breckenridge" (1970--Michael Sarne) - 8

"Zelig" (1983--Woody Allen) - 8
"Short Cuts" (1993--Robert Altman) - 8
"Being John Malkovich" (1999--Spike Jonze) - 8
"Die Dritte Generation" aka "The Third Generation"
(1979--Rainer Werner Fassbinder) - 8
"Withnail & I" (1987--Bruce Robinson) - 8
"Secretary" (2002--Steven Shainberg) - 8
"Buffalo '66" (1998--Vincent Gallo) - 8
"Donnie Darko" (2001--Richard Kelly) - 8
"The Music Of Chance" (1993--Philip Haas) - 8

"Les Diaboliques" aka "The Devils" (1955--Henri Georges Clouzot) - 8
"Cat People" (1942--Jacques Tourneur) - 8
"Les Yeux Sans Visage"
aka "Eyes Without A Face" (1959--Georges Franju) - 8
"Carnival of Souls" (1962--Herk Harvey) - 8
"Operazione Paura" aka "Kill, Baby, Kill"
(1966--Mario Bava) - 8
"The Mafu Cage" (1978--Karen Arthur) - 8
"Reform School Girls" (1986--Tom DeSimone) - 8
"The Last Mistress" (2007 --Catherine Breillat) - 8

"Superstar: The Karen Carpenter Story" (1987--Todd Haynes) - 8
"Parents" (1989--Bob Balaban) - 8
"Spider Baby Or...The Maddest Story Ever Told"
(1968--Jack Hill) - 8
"The Room" (2003--Tommy Wiseau) - 8
"Trainspotting" (1996--Danny Boyle) - 8
"Bucket Of Blood" (1959--Roger Corman) - 8
"Forbidden Zone" (1982--Richard Elfman) - 8
"The Gods Must Be Crazy" (1980--Jamie Uys) - 8
"Barbarella" (1968--Roger Vadim) - 8
"Shakes The Clown" (1991--Bobcat Goldthwait) - 8

"Zardoz" (1974--John Boorman) - 8
"The Groove Tube" (1974--Ken Shapiro) - 8
"Videodrome" (1982--David Cronenberg) - 8
"Suburbia" (1983--Penelope Spheeris) - 8
"The Adventures Of Buckaroo Banzai: Across the Eighth Dimension"
(1984--W.D. Richter) - 8
"El Topo" (1970--Alejandro Jodorowsky) - 8
"L'ucello Dalle Piume Di Cristallo"
aka "The Bird With Crystal Plumage" (1970--Dario Argento) - 8
"The Big Lebowski" (1998--Coen Bros.) - 8
"Memento" (2001--Christopher Nolan) - 8
"They Live" (1988--John Carpenter) - 8
"The Dark Backward" (1991--Adam Rifkin) - 8
"Primer" (2004--Shane Carruth) - 8

"The Wizard Of Gore" (1970--Herschell Gordon Lewis) - 8
"Theatre Of Blood" (1973--Douglas Hickox) - 8
"La Cite Des Enfants Perdus"
aka "The City Of Lost Children"
(1995--Marc Caro/Jean-Pierre Jeunet) - 8
"Bad Taste" (1987--Peter Jackson) - 8
"Street Trash" (1987--J. Michael Muro) - 8
"Lola, Rennt" aka "Run, Lola, Run"
(1998--Tom Tykwer) - 8
"Frankenhooker" (1990--Frank Henenlotter) - 8

"Santa Claus" (1960--K. Gordon Murray [originally 1959--Rene Cardona]) - 8
"Santa Claus Conquers The Martians" (1964--[St.?]Nicholas Webster) - 8

"Salt Of The Earth" (1954--Herbert J. Biberman) - 8

Any additions will have to wait
until a few films have been voted off.
One of the first additions there should be,
once that happens, is one I almost included already,
"Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter" (upcoming).

"I know, I was talking about 'The Night Stalker'.
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0067490/combined
A great John Llewellyn Moxey TV movie."

This served as the pilot movie
for the TV series "Kolchak, The Night Stalker".

This initial game post won't include any votes from me.
Have at it, people.

Remember, 2 up votes & 2 down votes (for any movies) per post.

Posted on Mar 22, 2012, 1:57:31 PM PDT
Savage Lucy says:
What the heck order are these in?

First vote!

"Trilogy Of Terror" (1975--Dan Curtis) - 8
"The Blob" (1958--Irvin S. Yeaworth, Jr.
& Russell S. Doughten, Jr.) - 8
"The Fly" (1958--Kurt Neumann) - 8
"Killer Klowns From Outer Space" (1988--Stephen Chiodo) - 8
"Night Of The Living Dead" (1968--George A. Romero) - 8
"Plan 9 From Outer Space" (1959--Edward D. Wood, Jr.) - 9
"Attack Of The Killer Tomatoes" (1978--John DeBello) - 9
"Chopping Mall" aka "Killbots" (1986--Jim Wynorski) - 8
"The Blair Witch Project"
(1999--Daniel Myrick/Eduardo Sanchez) - 8
"Black Sheep" (2006--Jonathan King) - 8
"The Toxic Avenger" (1984--Lloyd Kaufman/Michael Herz) - 8
"Elvira's Haunted Hills" (2001--Sam Irvin) - 8
"The Incredibly Strange Creatures Who Stopped Living
& Became Mixed-Up Zombies" (1964--Ray Dennis Steckler) - 8

"D.O.A." (1949--Rudolph Mate) - 8
"Bring Me The Head Of Alfredo Garcia" (1974--Sam Peckinpah) - 8
"The Cars That Ate Paris" (1974--Peter Weir) - 8
"Alphaville, Une Etrange Aventure De Lemmy Caution"
(1965--Jean-Luc Godard) - 8
"Dead Man" (1995--Jim Jarmusch) - 8
"Detour" (1945--Edgar G. Ulmer) - 8
"Gone In 60 Seconds" (1974--H.B. Halicki) - 8
"Death Race 2000" (1975--Paul Bartel) - 8
"Rolling Thunder" (1977--John Flynn) - 8
"The Warriors" (1979--Walter Hill) - 7
"Repo Man" (1984--Alex Cox) - 8
"Streets Of Fire" (1984--Walter Hill) - 8

"Café Flesh" (1982--Rinse Dream) - 8
"Deep Throat" (1972--Gerard Damiano) - 8
"Flesh Gordon" (1974--Michael Benveniste/Howard Ziehm) - 8
"Deadly Weapons" (1974--Doris Wishman) - 8
"The First Nudie Musical"
(1976--Mark Haggard/Bruce Kimmel) - 8
"Greetings" (1968--Brian DePalma) - 8
"Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Sex
(But Were Afraid To Ask)" (1972--Woody Allen) - 8

"Duck Amuck" (1951--Chuck Jones) - 8
"Bambi Meets Godzilla" (1969--Marv Newland) - 8
"Guard Dog" (2004--Bill Plympton) - 8
"Song Of The South" (1946--Harve Foster/Wilfred Jackson) - 8
"The Adventures Of Prince Achmed"
(1926--Lotte Reiniger) - 8
"Gulliver's Travels" (1939--Dave Fleischer) - 8
"Fritz The Cat" (1972--Ralph Bakshi) - 8
"Heavy Metal" (1981--Gerald Potterton) - 8
"What's Opera, Doc?" (1957--Chuck Jones) - 8
"La Planete Sauvage" aka "Fantastic Planet"
(1973--Rene Laloux) - 8

"Eraserhead" (1977--David Lynch) - 8
"Pink Flamingos" (1972--John Waters) - 8
"The Terror Of Tiny Town" (1938--Sam Newfield) - 8
"Freaks" (1932--Tod Browning) - 8
"Tell Your Children" aka "Reefer Madness"
(1936--Louis J. Gasnier) - 8
"Little Shop Of Horrors"
(1960--Roger Corman/Charles B. Griffith/Mel Welles) - 8
"L'Age d'Or" (1930--Luis Bunuel) - 8
"A Clockwork Orange" (1971--Stanley Kubrick) - 7
"Dune" (1984--David Lynch) - 8
"Polyester" (1981--John Waters) - 8
"Monty Python & The Holy Grail"
(1975--Monty Python/Terry Gilliam/Terry Jones) - 8

"The Fearless Vampire Killers
or Pardon Me, But Your Teeth Are In My Neck"
(1967--Roman Polanski) - 8
"Vampire's Kiss" (1988--Robert Bierman) - 8

"Sweet Sweetback's BaaadAsss Song"
(1971--Melvin Van Peebles) - 8
"Coffy" (1973--Jack Hill) - 8
"White Man's Burden" (1995--Desmond Nakano) - 8
"Bamboozled" (2000--Spike Lee) - 8

"The Aristocrats" (2005--Paul Provenza) - 8
"This Film Is Not Yet Rated" (2006--Kirby Dick) - 8
"F***" (2005--Steve Anderson) - 8
"Roger & Me" (1989--Michael Moore) - 8
"Sound & Fury" (2000--Josh Aronson) - 8

"The Girl Can't Help It" (1956--Frank Tashlin) - 8
"Viva Las Vegas" (1964--George Sidney) - 8
"Head" (1968--Bob Rafelson) - 8
"Woodstock" (1970--Michael Wadleigh) - 8
"Tommy" (1975--Ken Russell) - 8
"Renaldo & Clara" (1978--Bob Dylan) - 8
"Rock 'N' Roll High School" (1979--Allan Arkush) - 8
"This Is Spinal Tap" (1984--Rob Reiner) - 8
"Fear Of A Black Hat" (1993--Rusty Cundieff) - 8

"Last House On The Left" (1972--Wes Craven) - 8
"The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" (1974--Tobe Hooper) - 8
"Death Wish" (1974--Michael Winner) - 8
"Lipstick" (1976--Lamont Johnson) - 8
"I Spit On Your Grave" (1978--Meir Zarchi) - 8

"Dial 'M' For Murder" (1954--Alfred Hitchcock) - 8
"House Of Wax" (1953--Andre De Toth) - 8
"The Tingler" (1959--William Castle) - 8
"Chelsea Girls" (1966--Andy Warhol/Paul Morrissey) - 8
"Spirits Of The Dead"
(1968--Roger Vadim/Louis Malle/Federico Fellini) - 8
"Cremaster" 1-5 (1995-2002--Matthew Barney) - 8
"Grindhouse"
(2007--Robert Rodriguez/Quentin Tarantino/
Eli Roth/Edgar Wright/Rob Zombie) - 8
"The Human Centipede"
(First Sequence 2009/Full Sequence 2011/Final Sequence 2013
--Tom Six) - 8

"Safety Last" (1923--Fred C. Newmeyer/Sam Taylor) - 8
"Steamboat Bill, Jr." (1928--Charles Reisner/Buster Keaton) - 8
"Body & Soul" (1925--Oscar Micheaux) - 8
"It" (1927--Clarence G. Badger/Josef von Sternberg) - 8

"The Rocky Horror Picture Show" (1975--Jim Sharman) - 8
"Xanadu" (1980--Robert Greenwald) - 8

"Blackboard Jungle" (1955--Richard Brooks) - 8
"Clerks" (1994--Kevin Smith) - 8
"Better Off Dead" (1985--Savage Steve Holland) - 8
"Zazie Dans Le Metro" aka "Zazie Of The Underground"
(1960--Louis Malle) - 8
"Napoleon Dynamite" (2004--Jared Hess) - 8
"Harold & Kumar Go To White Castle" (2004--Danny Leiner) - 8
"Labyrinth" (1986--Jim Henson) - 8
"Heathers" (1988--Michael Lehmann) - 8
"Pee Wee's Big Adventure" (1985--Tim Burton) - 8
"The 5,000 Fingers Of Dr. T" (1953--Roy Rowland) - 8

"Anti-Christ" (2009--Lars Von Trier) - 8
"Ratboy" (1986--Sondra Locke) - 8
"Triumph des Willens" (1935--Leni Riefenstahl) - 8

"Whatever Happened To Baby Jane" (1962--Robert Aldrich) - 8
"Faster, Pussycat...Kill! Kill!" (1965--Russ Meyer) - 8
"Bunny Lake Is Missing" (1965--Otto Preminger) - 8
"Valley Of The Dolls" (1967--Mark Robson) - 8
"Boom!" (1968--Joseph Losey) - 8
"Myra Breckenridge" (1970--Michael Sarne) - 8

"Zelig" (1983--Woody Allen) - 8
"Short Cuts" (1993--Robert Altman) - 8
"Being John Malkovich" (1999--Spike Jonze) - 8
"Die Dritte Generation" aka "The Third Generation"
(1979--Rainer Werner Fassbinder) - 8
"Withnail & I" (1987--Bruce Robinson) - 8
"Secretary" (2002--Steven Shainberg) - 8
"Buffalo '66" (1998--Vincent Gallo) - 8
"Donnie Darko" (2001--Richard Kelly) - 8
"The Music Of Chance" (1993--Philip Haas) - 8

"Les Diaboliques" aka "The Devils" (1955--Henri Georges Clouzot) - 8
"Cat People" (1942--Jacques Tourneur) - 8
"Les Yeux Sans Visage"
aka "Eyes Without A Face" (1959--Georges Franju) - 8
"Carnival of Souls" (1962--Herk Harvey) - 8
"Operazione Paura" aka "Kill, Baby, Kill"
(1966--Mario Bava) - 8
"The Mafu Cage" (1978--Karen Arthur) - 8
"Reform School Girls" (1986--Tom DeSimone) - 8
"The Last Mistress" (2007 --Catherine Breillat) - 8

"Superstar: The Karen Carpenter Story" (1987--Todd Haynes) - 8
"Parents" (1989--Bob Balaban) - 8
"Spider Baby Or...The Maddest Story Ever Told"
(1968--Jack Hill) - 8
"The Room" (2003--Tommy Wiseau) - 8
"Trainspotting" (1996--Danny Boyle) - 8
"Bucket Of Blood" (1959--Roger Corman) - 8
"Forbidden Zone" (1982--Richard Elfman) - 8
"The Gods Must Be Crazy" (1980--Jamie Uys) - 8
"Barbarella" (1968--Roger Vadim) - 8
"Shakes The Clown" (1991--Bobcat Goldthwait) - 8

"Zardoz" (1974--John Boorman) - 8
"The Groove Tube" (1974--Ken Shapiro) - 8
"Videodrome" (1982--David Cronenberg) - 8
"Suburbia" (1983--Penelope Spheeris) - 8
"The Adventures Of Buckaroo Banzai: Across the Eighth Dimension"
(1984--W.D. Richter) - 8
"El Topo" (1970--Alejandro Jodorowsky) - 8
"L'ucello Dalle Piume Di Cristallo"
aka "The Bird With Crystal Plumage" (1970--Dario Argento) - 8
"The Big Lebowski" (1998--Coen Bros.) - 8
"Memento" (2001--Christopher Nolan) - 8
"They Live" (1988--John Carpenter) - 8
"The Dark Backward" (1991--Adam Rifkin) - 8
"Primer" (2004--Shane Carruth) - 8

"The Wizard Of Gore" (1970--Herschell Gordon Lewis) - 8
"Theatre Of Blood" (1973--Douglas Hickox) - 8
"La Cite Des Enfants Perdus"
aka "The City Of Lost Children"
(1995--Marc Caro/Jean-Pierre Jeunet) - 8
"Bad Taste" (1987--Peter Jackson) - 8
"Street Trash" (1987--J. Michael Muro) - 8
"Lola, Rennt" aka "Run, Lola, Run"
(1998--Tom Tykwer) - 8
"Frankenhooker" (1990--Frank Henenlotter) - 8

"Santa Claus" (1960--K. Gordon Murray [originally 1959--Rene Cardona]) - 8
"Santa Claus Conquers The Martians" (1964--[St.?]Nicholas Webster) - 8

"Salt Of The Earth" (1954--Herbert J. Biberman) - 8

Killer Tomatos +
Plan 9 +
Warriors -
Clockwork Orange -

In reply to an earlier post on Mar 22, 2012, 2:27:22 PM PDT
With all due respect, I think Umberto Eco should stick to what he knows about. He clearly doesn't know what a "cult movie" is. What he's describing is any movie with a fervent following. And 'Star Wars', 'The Godfather', and 'Gone with the Wind' are NOT cult movies.
He's like some New Yorker writers of recent vintage: he writes charmingly on things he knows little about.
I've often considered Eco a batty cultural observer, and this is more evidence for that contention for me, sad to say.

I was under the impression that movie-knowledgeable people largely understood that, a cult movie is one that has had a rougher-than-usual time in it's critical reception, because of certain outré elements in the movie that don't 'fit' with what's generally accepted at the time ... and yet are embraced almost completely by a passionate few, who see the 'hidden qualities' of such movies which remain somewhat out-of-synch with the mainstream.
Therefore, 'Casablanca' is a big Camp-ground movie, but assuredly *not* a Cult movie.
'The Gang's All Here', on the other hand, is arguably still a cult movie (and campy enough to beat the band.)

And Laust C, if you're reading this: shouldn't we have a vintage cult musical too? You can't do better than the Lady in the Tutti Fruti Hat -- The Gang's All Here!

In reply to an earlier post on Mar 22, 2012, 2:30:49 PM PDT
Laust Cawz,

Do you mind if we put these in alphabetical order, so we can find the films on this enormous list easier?

Posted on Mar 22, 2012, 2:37:27 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on Mar 22, 2012, 2:43:49 PM PDT
Laust Cawz says:
After Savage Lucy--

Various Aliens/Monsters/Mutants & Other Weirdos

"Trilogy Of Terror" (1975--Dan Curtis) - 8
"The Blob" (1958--Irvin S. Yeaworth, Jr.
& Russell S. Doughten, Jr.) - 8
"The Fly" (1958--Kurt Neumann) - 8
"Killer Klowns From Outer Space" (1988--Stephen Chiodo) - 8
"Night Of The Living Dead" (1968--George A. Romero) - 8
"Plan 9 From Outer Space" (1959--Edward D. Wood, Jr.) - 9
"Attack Of The Killer Tomatoes" (1978--John DeBello) - 9
"Chopping Mall" aka "Killbots" (1986--Jim Wynorski) - 8
"The Blair Witch Project"
(1999--Daniel Myrick/Eduardo Sanchez) - 8
"Black Sheep" (2006--Jonathan King) - 8
"The Toxic Avenger" (1984--Lloyd Kaufman/Michael Herz) - 8
"Elvira's Haunted Hills" (2001--Sam Irvin) - 8
"The Incredibly Strange Creatures Who Stopped Living
& Became Mixed-Up Zombies" (1964--Ray Dennis Steckler) - 8

Action/Western/Cars/Noir/Noir-ish

"D.O.A." (1949--Rudolph Mate) - 8
"Bring Me The Head Of Alfredo Garcia" (1974--Sam Peckinpah) - 8
"The Cars That Ate Paris" (1974--Peter Weir) - 8
"Alphaville, Une Etrange Aventure De Lemmy Caution"
(1965--Jean-Luc Godard) - 8
"Dead Man" (1995--Jim Jarmusch) - 8
"El Topo" (1970--Alejandro Jodorowsky) - 8
"Detour" (1945--Edgar G. Ulmer) - 8
"Gone In 60 Seconds" (1974--H.B. Halicki) - 8
"Death Race 2000" (1975--Paul Bartel) - 8
"Rolling Thunder" (1977--John Flynn) - 8
"The Warriors" (1979--Walter Hill) - 7
"Repo Man" (1984--Alex Cox) - 8
"Streets Of Fire" (1984--Walter Hill) - 8

Sex-oriented/Porn

"Café Flesh" (1982--Rinse Dream) - 8
"Deep Throat" (1972--Gerard Damiano) - 8
"Flesh Gordon" (1974--Michael Benveniste/Howard Ziehm) - 8
"Deadly Weapons" (1974--Doris Wishman) - 8
"The First Nudie Musical"
(1976--Mark Haggard/Bruce Kimmel) - 8
"Greetings" (1968--Brian DePalma) - 8
"Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Sex
(But Were Afraid To Ask)" (1972--Woody Allen) - 8

Animation

"Duck Amuck" (1951--Chuck Jones) - 8
"Bambi Meets Godzilla" (1969--Marv Newland) - 9
"Guard Dog" (2004--Bill Plympton) - 8
"Song Of The South" (1946--Harve Foster/Wilfred Jackson) - 8
"The Adventures Of Prince Achmed"
(1926--Lotte Reiniger) - 8
"Gulliver's Travels" (1939--Dave Fleischer) - 8
"Fritz The Cat" (1972--Ralph Bakshi) - 8
"Heavy Metal" (1981--Gerald Potterton) - 8
"What's Opera, Doc?" (1957--Chuck Jones) - 8
"La Planete Sauvage" aka "Fantastic Planet"
(1973--Rene Laloux) - 8

Outcasts/Epics

"Eraserhead" (1977--David Lynch) - 8
"Pink Flamingos" (1972--John Waters) - 8
"The Terror Of Tiny Town" (1938--Sam Newfield) - 8
"Freaks" (1932--Tod Browning) - 8
"Ratboy" (1986--Sondra Locke) - 8
"Tell Your Children" aka "Reefer Madness"
(1936--Louis J. Gasnier) - 8
"Little Shop Of Horrors"
(1960--Roger Corman/Charles B. Griffith/Mel Welles) - 8
"L'Age d'Or" (1930--Luis Bunuel) - 8
"A Clockwork Orange" (1971--Stanley Kubrick) - 7
"Dune" (1984--David Lynch) - 7
"Polyester" (1981--John Waters) - 8
"Monty Python & The Holy Grail"
(1975--Monty Python/Terry Gilliam/Terry Jones) - 8

Vampires

"The Fearless Vampire Killers
or Pardon Me, But Your Teeth Are In My Neck"
(1967--Roman Polanski) - 8
"Vampire's Kiss" (1988--Robert Bierman) - 8

Race Relations

"Sweet Sweetback's BaaadAsss Song"
(1971--Melvin Van Peebles) - 8
"Coffy" (1973--Jack Hill) - 8
"White Man's Burden" (1995--Desmond Nakano) - 8
"Bamboozled" (2000--Spike Lee) - 8

Documentaries

"The Aristocrats" (2005--Paul Provenza) - 8
"This Film Is Not Yet Rated" (2006--Kirby Dick) - 8
"F***" (2005--Steve Anderson) - 8
"Roger & Me" (1989--Michael Moore) - 8
"Sound & Fury" (2000--Josh Aronson) - 8

Rock Musicals/Concert Films

"The Girl Can't Help It" (1956--Frank Tashlin) - 8
"Viva Las Vegas" (1964--George Sidney) - 8
"Head" (1968--Bob Rafelson) - 8
"Woodstock" (1970--Michael Wadleigh) - 8
"Tommy" (1975--Ken Russell) - 8
"Renaldo & Clara" (1978--Bob Dylan) - 8
"Rock 'N' Roll High School" (1979--Allan Arkush) - 8
"This Is Spinal Tap" (1984--Rob Reiner) - 8
"Fear Of A Black Hat" (1993--Rusty Cundieff) - 8

(mostly) Revenge Classics

"Last House On The Left" (1972--Wes Craven) - 8
"The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" (1974--Tobe Hooper) - 8
"Death Wish" (1974--Michael Winner) - 8
"Lipstick" (1976--Lamont Johnson) - 8
"I Spit On Your Grave" (1978--Meir Zarchi) - 8

Art Project &/or Interactive Gimmick Films

"Dial 'M' For Murder" (1954--Alfred Hitchcock) - 8
"House Of Wax" (1953--Andre De Toth) - 8
"The Tingler" (1959--William Castle) - 8
"Chelsea Girls" (1966--Andy Warhol/Paul Morrissey) - 8
"Spirits Of The Dead"
(1968--Roger Vadim/Louis Malle/Federico Fellini) - 8
"Cremaster" 1-5 (1995-2002--Matthew Barney) - 8
"Grindhouse"
(2007--Robert Rodriguez/Quentin Tarantino/
Eli Roth/Edgar Wright/Rob Zombie) - 8
"The Human Centipede"
(First Sequence 2009/Full Sequence 2011/Final Sequence 2013
--Tom Six) - 8

Silents

"Safety Last" (1923--Fred C. Newmeyer/Sam Taylor) - 8
"Steamboat Bill, Jr." (1928--Charles Reisner/Buster Keaton) - 8
"Body & Soul" (1925--Oscar Micheaux) - 8
"It" (1927--Clarence G. Badger/Josef von Sternberg) - 8

Broadway Shows

"The Rocky Horror Picture Show" (1975--Jim Sharman) - 8
"Xanadu" (1980--Robert Greenwald) - 8

Kids/Teens/High School/Young People/Childlike People

"Blackboard Jungle" (1955--Richard Brooks) - 8
"Clerks" (1994--Kevin Smith) - 8
"Better Off Dead" (1985--Savage Steve Holland) - 8
"Zazie Dans Le Metro" aka "Zazie Of The Underground"
(1960--Louis Malle) - 8
"Napoleon Dynamite" (2004--Jared Hess) - 8
"Harold & Kumar Go To White Castle" (2004--Danny Leiner) - 8
"Labyrinth" (1986--Jim Henson) - 8
"Heathers" (1988--Michael Lehmann) - 8
"Pee Wee's Big Adventure" (1985--Tim Burton) - 8
"The 5,000 Fingers Of Dr. T" (1953--Roy Rowland) - 8

Extremism

"Anti-Christ" (2009--Lars Von Trier) - 8
"Triumph des Willens" (1935--Leni Riefenstahl) - 8

'60s Camp

"Whatever Happened To Baby Jane" (1962--Robert Aldrich) - 8
"Faster, Pussycat...Kill! Kill!" (1965--Russ Meyer) - 8
"Bunny Lake Is Missing" (1965--Otto Preminger) - 8
"Valley Of The Dolls" (1967--Mark Robson) - 7
"Boom!" (1968--Joseph Losey) - 8
"Myra Breckenridge" (1970--Michael Sarne) - 8

Dramatic/Satirical

"Zelig" (1983--Woody Allen) - 8
"Short Cuts" (1993--Robert Altman) - 8
"Being John Malkovich" (1999--Spike Jonze) - 8
"Die Dritte Generation" aka "The Third Generation"
(1979--Rainer Werner Fassbinder) - 8
"Withnail & I" (1987--Bruce Robinson) - 8
"Secretary" (2002--Steven Shainberg) - 8
"Buffalo '66" (1998--Vincent Gallo) - 8
"Donnie Darko" (2001--Richard Kelly) - 8
"The Music Of Chance" (1993--Philip Haas) - 8

Troubled Women

"Les Diaboliques" aka "The Devils" (1955--Henri Georges Clouzot) - 8
"Cat People" (1942--Jacques Tourneur) - 8
"Les Yeux Sans Visage"
aka "Eyes Without A Face" (1959--Georges Franju) - 8
"Carnival of Souls" (1962--Herk Harvey) - 8
"Operazione Paura" aka "Kill, Baby, Kill"
(1966--Mario Bava) - 8
"The Mafu Cage" (1978--Karen Arthur) - 8
"Reform School Girls" (1986--Tom DeSimone) - 8
"The Last Mistress" (2007 --Catherine Breillat) - 8

Misc. Oddities

"Superstar: The Karen Carpenter Story" (1987--Todd Haynes) - 8
"Parents" (1989--Bob Balaban) - 8
"Spider Baby Or...The Maddest Story Ever Told"
(1968--Jack Hill) - 8
"The Room" (2003--Tommy Wiseau) - 8
"Trainspotting" (1996--Danny Boyle) - 8
"Bucket Of Blood" (1959--Roger Corman) - 8
"Forbidden Zone" (1982--Richard Elfman) - 8
"The Gods Must Be Crazy" (1980--Jamie Uys) - 8
"Barbarella" (1968--Roger Vadim) - 8
"Shakes The Clown" (1991--Bobcat Goldthwait) - 8
"Zardoz" (1974--John Boorman) - 8
"The Groove Tube" (1974--Ken Shapiro) - 8
"Videodrome" (1982--David Cronenberg) - 8
"Suburbia" (1983--Penelope Spheeris) - 8
"The Adventures Of Buckaroo Banzai: Across the Eighth Dimension"
(1984--W.D. Richter) - 8
"L'ucello Dalle Piume Di Cristallo"
aka "The Bird With Crystal Plumage" (1970--Dario Argento) - 8
"The Big Lebowski" (1998--Coen Bros.) - 8
"Memento" (2001--Christopher Nolan) - 8
"They Live" (1988--John Carpenter) - 8
"The Dark Backward" (1991--Adam Rifkin) - 8
"Primer" (2004--Shane Carruth) - 9
"The Wizard Of Gore" (1970--Herschell Gordon Lewis) - 8
"Theatre Of Blood" (1973--Douglas Hickox) - 8
"La Cite Des Enfants Perdus"
aka "The City Of Lost Children"
(1995--Marc Caro/Jean-Pierre Jeunet) - 8
"Bad Taste" (1987--Peter Jackson) - 8
"Street Trash" (1987--J. Michael Muro) - 8
"Lola, Rennt" aka "Run, Lola, Run"
(1998--Tom Tykwer) - 8
"Frankenhooker" (1990--Frank Henenlotter) - 8

Santa Claus Movies

"Santa Claus" (1960--K. Gordon Murray [originally 1959--Rene Cardona]) - 8
"Santa Claus Conquers The Martians" (1964--[St.?]Nicholas Webster) - 8

"Salt Of The Earth" (1954--Herbert J. Biberman) - 8

Primer +
Bambi Mets Godzilla +
Valley Of The Dolls -
Dune -

Posted on Mar 22, 2012, 2:42:24 PM PDT
Savage Lucy says:
Yeah these should really all be in alphabetical or chronological. Your genres don't totally make sense to me as there should be a Scifi and Horror genre. Not the four or five genres wherein the movies fit in to one of those two.

Posted on Mar 22, 2012, 3:02:12 PM PDT
Laust,
I'm following this with much interest, and at least as much concern. This is a huge list, and it Does need to be tamed into some logical order, and I'm afraid I agree with Savage Lucy that this Genre ordering doesn't make much sense.

'Eyes Without A Face' is a "Troubled Women" genre picture? 'The Human Centipede' is an "Art Project &/or Interactive Gimmick Film"?! 'Salt Of The Earth' is a "Santa Claus Movies" genre!?!
Huh?
And the biggest category is the "Misc. Oddities" one anyway. What's the point?
Let's just do alphabetical, please.
And when it comes to listing extra titles (foreign or English) -- it's a good idea only to list ones that are known to most viewers today (for instance, 'Run Lola Run' doesn't also need the aka "Lola, Rennt"... and 'Les Diaboliques' is sufficient, no need to use the obscure aka "The Devils" (which might make some confuse it with the Ken Russell movie.)

Posted on Mar 22, 2012, 3:09:53 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on Mar 22, 2012, 3:12:02 PM PDT
Another concern that comes crashing forward: this GAME is now in effect (sort of) and it's already five pages deep into the thread.

Wouldn't it make more sense to start it on another thread? Seems to me you would get more people joining it if we started fresh on a new string...

And lastly, starting each movie at 8 points, with this many titles, is really going to make this list endless. If you want it to last until the next year, maybe you'll get your wish, but then maybe everyone will lose interest by that point. Why not 5 or 6 points each?

As ever, its your game, and you can do as you prefer; I'm only trying to think of what people are going to respond to best, and we do want as many people playing this as possible, right?

Posted on Mar 22, 2012, 3:16:39 PM PDT
Laust Cawz says:
Various Aliens/Monsters/Mutants & Other Weirdos

"Trilogy Of Terror" (1975--Dan Curtis) - 8
"The Blob" (1958--Irvin S. Yeaworth, Jr.
& Russell S. Doughten, Jr.) - 8
"The Fly" (1958--Kurt Neumann) - 8
"Killer Klowns From Outer Space" (1988--Stephen Chiodo) - 8
"Night Of The Living Dead" (1968--George A. Romero) - 8
"Plan 9 From Outer Space" (1959--Edward D. Wood, Jr.) - 9
"Attack Of The Killer Tomatoes" (1978--John DeBello) - 9
"Chopping Mall" aka "Killbots" (1986--Jim Wynorski) - 8
"The Blair Witch Project"
(1999--Daniel Myrick/Eduardo Sanchez) - 8
"Black Sheep" (2006--Jonathan King) - 8
"The Toxic Avenger" (1984--Lloyd Kaufman/Michael Herz) - 8
"Elvira's Haunted Hills" (2001--Sam Irvin) - 8
"The Incredibly Strange Creatures Who Stopped Living
& Became Mixed-Up Zombies" (1964--Ray Dennis Steckler) - 8

Action/Western/Cars/Noir/Noir-ish

"D.O.A." (1949--Rudolph Mate) - 8
"Bring Me The Head Of Alfredo Garcia" (1974--Sam Peckinpah) - 8
"The Cars That Ate Paris" (1974--Peter Weir) - 8
"Alphaville, Une Etrange Aventure De Lemmy Caution"
(1965--Jean-Luc Godard) - 8
"Dead Man" (1995--Jim Jarmusch) - 8
"El Topo" (1970--Alejandro Jodorowsky) - 8
"Detour" (1945--Edgar G. Ulmer) - 8
"Gone In 60 Seconds" (1974--H.B. Halicki) - 8
"Death Race 2000" (1975--Paul Bartel) - 8
"Rolling Thunder" (1977--John Flynn) - 8
"The Warriors" (1979--Walter Hill) - 7
"Repo Man" (1984--Alex Cox) - 8
"Streets Of Fire" (1984--Walter Hill) - 8

Sex-oriented/Porn

"Café Flesh" (1982--Rinse Dream) - 8
"Deep Throat" (1972--Gerard Damiano) - 8
"Flesh Gordon" (1974--Michael Benveniste/Howard Ziehm) - 8
"Deadly Weapons" (1974--Doris Wishman) - 8
"The First Nudie Musical"
(1976--Mark Haggard/Bruce Kimmel) - 8
"Greetings" (1968--Brian DePalma) - 8
"Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Sex
(But Were Afraid To Ask)" (1972--Woody Allen) - 8

Animation

"Duck Amuck" (1951--Chuck Jones) - 8
"Bambi Meets Godzilla" (1969--Marv Newland) - 9
"Guard Dog" (2004--Bill Plympton) - 8
"Song Of The South" (1946--Harve Foster/Wilfred Jackson) - 8
"The Adventures Of Prince Achmed"
(1926--Lotte Reiniger) - 8
"Gulliver's Travels" (1939--Dave Fleischer) - 8
"Fritz The Cat" (1972--Ralph Bakshi) - 8
"Heavy Metal" (1981--Gerald Potterton) - 8
"What's Opera, Doc?" (1957--Chuck Jones) - 8
"La Planete Sauvage" aka "Fantastic Planet"
(1973--Rene Laloux) - 8

Outcasts/Epics

"Eraserhead" (1977--David Lynch) - 8
"Pink Flamingos" (1972--John Waters) - 8
"The Terror Of Tiny Town" (1938--Sam Newfield) - 8
"Freaks" (1932--Tod Browning) - 8
"Ratboy" (1986--Sondra Locke) - 8
"Tell Your Children" aka "Reefer Madness"
(1936--Louis J. Gasnier) - 8
"Little Shop Of Horrors"
(1960--Roger Corman/Charles B. Griffith/Mel Welles) - 8
"L'Age d'Or" (1930--Luis Bunuel) - 8
"A Clockwork Orange" (1971--Stanley Kubrick) - 7
"Dune" (1984--David Lynch) - 7
"Polyester" (1981--John Waters) - 8
"Monty Python & The Holy Grail"
(1975--Monty Python/Terry Gilliam/Terry Jones) - 8

Vampires

"The Fearless Vampire Killers
or Pardon Me, But Your Teeth Are In My Neck"
(1967--Roman Polanski) - 8
"Vampire's Kiss" (1988--Robert Bierman) - 8

Race Relations

"Sweet Sweetback's BaaadAsss Song"
(1971--Melvin Van Peebles) - 8
"Coffy" (1973--Jack Hill) - 8
"White Man's Burden" (1995--Desmond Nakano) - 8
"Bamboozled" (2000--Spike Lee) - 8

Documentaries

"The Aristocrats" (2005--Paul Provenza) - 8
"This Film Is Not Yet Rated" (2006--Kirby Dick) - 8
"F***" (2005--Steve Anderson) - 8
"Roger & Me" (1989--Michael Moore) - 8
"Sound & Fury" (2000--Josh Aronson) - 8

Rock Musicals/Concert Films

"The Girl Can't Help It" (1956--Frank Tashlin) - 8
"Viva Las Vegas" (1964--George Sidney) - 8
"Head" (1968--Bob Rafelson) - 8
"Woodstock" (1970--Michael Wadleigh) - 8
"Tommy" (1975--Ken Russell) - 8
"Renaldo & Clara" (1978--Bob Dylan) - 8
"Rock 'N' Roll High School" (1979--Allan Arkush) - 8
"This Is Spinal Tap" (1984--Rob Reiner) - 8
"Fear Of A Black Hat" (1993--Rusty Cundieff) - 8

(mostly) Revenge Classics

"Last House On The Left" (1972--Wes Craven) - 8
"The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" (1974--Tobe Hooper) - 8
"Death Wish" (1974--Michael Winner) - 8
"Lipstick" (1976--Lamont Johnson) - 8
"I Spit On Your Grave" (1978--Meir Zarchi) - 8

Art Project &/or 3-D/Interactive Gimmick Films

"Dial 'M' For Murder" (1954--Alfred Hitchcock) - 8
"House Of Wax" (1953--Andre De Toth) - 8
"The Tingler" (1959--William Castle) - 8
"Chelsea Girls" (1966--Andy Warhol/Paul Morrissey) - 8
"Spirits Of The Dead"
(1968--Roger Vadim/Louis Malle/Federico Fellini) - 8
"Cremaster" 1-5 (1995-2002--Matthew Barney) - 8
"Grindhouse"
(2007--Robert Rodriguez/Quentin Tarantino/
Eli Roth/Edgar Wright/Rob Zombie) - 8
"The Human Centipede"
(First Sequence 2009/Full Sequence 2011/Final Sequence 2013
--Tom Six) - 8

Silents

"Safety Last" (1923--Fred C. Newmeyer/Sam Taylor) - 8
"Steamboat Bill, Jr." (1928--Charles Reisner/Buster Keaton) - 8
"Body & Soul" (1925--Oscar Micheaux) - 8
"It" (1927--Clarence G. Badger/Josef von Sternberg) - 8

Broadway Shows

"The Rocky Horror Picture Show" (1975--Jim Sharman) - 8
"Xanadu" (1980--Robert Greenwald) - 8

Kids/Teens/High School/Young People/Childlike People

"Blackboard Jungle" (1955--Richard Brooks) - 8
"Clerks" (1994--Kevin Smith) - 8
"Better Off Dead" (1985--Savage Steve Holland) - 8
"Zazie Dans Le Metro" aka "Zazie Of The Underground"
(1960--Louis Malle) - 8
"Napoleon Dynamite" (2004--Jared Hess) - 8
"Harold & Kumar Go To White Castle" (2004--Danny Leiner) - 8
"Labyrinth" (1986--Jim Henson) - 8
"Heathers" (1988--Michael Lehmann) - 8
"Pee Wee's Big Adventure" (1985--Tim Burton) - 8
"The 5,000 Fingers Of Dr. T" (1953--Roy Rowland) - 8

Extremism

"Anti-Christ" (2009--Lars Von Trier) - 8
"Triumph des Willens" (1935--Leni Riefenstahl) - 8

'60s Camp

"Whatever Happened To Baby Jane" (1962--Robert Aldrich) - 8
"Faster, Pussycat...Kill! Kill!" (1965--Russ Meyer) - 8
"Bunny Lake Is Missing" (1965--Otto Preminger) - 8
"Valley Of The Dolls" (1967--Mark Robson) - 7
"Boom!" (1968--Joseph Losey) - 8
"Myra Breckenridge" (1970--Michael Sarne) - 8

Dramatic/Satirical

"Zelig" (1983--Woody Allen) - 8
"Short Cuts" (1993--Robert Altman) - 8
"Being John Malkovich" (1999--Spike Jonze) - 8
"Die Dritte Generation" aka "The Third Generation"
(1979--Rainer Werner Fassbinder) - 8
"Withnail & I" (1987--Bruce Robinson) - 8
"Secretary" (2002--Steven Shainberg) - 8
"Buffalo '66" (1998--Vincent Gallo) - 8
"Donnie Darko" (2001--Richard Kelly) - 8
"The Music Of Chance" (1993--Philip Haas) - 8

Troubled Women

"Les Diaboliques" aka "The Devils" (1955--Henri Georges Clouzot) - 8
"Cat People" (1942--Jacques Tourneur) - 8
"Les Yeux Sans Visage"
aka "Eyes Without A Face" (1959--Georges Franju) - 8
"Carnival of Souls" (1962--Herk Harvey) - 8
"Operazione Paura" aka "Kill, Baby, Kill"
(1966--Mario Bava) - 8
"The Mafu Cage" (1978--Karen Arthur) - 8
"Reform School Girls" (1986--Tom DeSimone) - 8
"The Last Mistress" (2007 --Catherine Breillat) - 8

Misc. Oddities

"Bucket Of Blood" (1959--Roger Corman) - 8
"Barbarella" (1968--Roger Vadim) - 8
"Spider Baby Or...The Maddest Story Ever Told"
(1968--Jack Hill) - 8
"L'ucello Dalle Piume Di Cristallo"
aka "The Bird With Crystal Plumage" (1970--Dario Argento) - 8
"The Wizard Of Gore" (1970--Herschell Gordon Lewis) - 8
"Theatre Of Blood" (1973--Douglas Hickox) - 8
"Zardoz" (1974--John Boorman) - 8
"The Groove Tube" (1974--Ken Shapiro) - 8
"The Gods Must Be Crazy" (1980--Jamie Uys) - 8
"Forbidden Zone" (1982--Richard Elfman) - 8
"Videodrome" (1982--David Cronenberg) - 8
"Suburbia" (1983--Penelope Spheeris) - 8
"The Adventures Of Buckaroo Banzai: Across the Eighth Dimension"
(1984--W.D. Richter) - 8
"Superstar: The Karen Carpenter Story" (1987--Todd Haynes) - 8
"Bad Taste" (1987--Peter Jackson) - 8
"Street Trash" (1987--J. Michael Muro) - 8
"They Live" (1988--John Carpenter) - 8
"Parents" (1989--Bob Balaban) - 8
"Frankenhooker" (1990--Frank Henenlotter) - 8
"The Dark Backward" (1991--Adam Rifkin) - 8
"Shakes The Clown" (1991--Bobcat Goldthwait) - 8
"La Cite Des Enfants Perdus"
aka "The City Of Lost Children"
(1995--Marc Caro/Jean-Pierre Jeunet) - 8
"Trainspotting" (1996--Danny Boyle) - 8
"Lola, Rennt" aka "Run, Lola, Run"
(1998--Tom Tykwer) - 8
"The Big Lebowski" (1998--Coen Bros.) - 8
"Memento" (2001--Christopher Nolan) - 8
"The Room" (2003--Tommy Wiseau) - 8
"Primer" (2004--Shane Carruth) - 9

Santa Claus Movies

"Santa Claus" (1960--K. Gordon Murray [originally 1959--Rene Cardona]) - 8
"Santa Claus Conquers The Martians" (1964--[St.?]Nicholas Webster) - 8

"Salt Of The Earth" (1954--Herbert J. Biberman) - 8


The misc. oddities are now chronological. Some of the sci-fi/horror is there.
Hope this helps. Most of the rest is in the first 2 categories.

Posted on Mar 22, 2012, 3:36:40 PM PDT
Laust Cawz says:
I put a space above "Salt Of The Earth" to distinguish it from the Santa Claus movies.
I couldn't really think of any other movie that was similar.
"Human Centipede" certainly would seem to be something more ambitious
(especially in the sense of being split up into "sequences")
than just your average film, or even your average cult film.
The "Troubled Women" label was meant to include females who are victims or villains
or are otherwise in the middle of some intense situations.

Point taken about being so far into this thread.
I will start a new one.

Posted on Mar 22, 2012, 3:47:23 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on Mar 22, 2012, 3:49:06 PM PDT
Cavaradossi says:
Hold the presses!

If one of the definitions of a cult film is one virtually universally excoriated, both critically and by audiences, but has found a devoted following for one aspect of it, then Raise the Titanic definitely belongs.

This major box office flop, one of the biggest ever, is only marginally enjoyable except for fans of John Barry's wonderful, and wonderfully moving, score. Moreover, until a few years ago, the only way to hear the score was to watch the movie. No official soundtrack album was ever issued, a surprise when Barry was one of the most popular and busy Hollywood composers even back when the film was released.

It turned out that the original soundtrack tapes were lost, possibly even discarded because the movie was such a famous flop. Eventually, the Prague Phiharmonic recorded an album of the reconstituted score and it is a must own for all Barry fans and, specifically, all Raise the Titanic fans.

And, you know what? After you've seen it a few times to hear the great score, Raise the Titanic doesn't seem as bad as it undoubtedly is!

Posted on Mar 22, 2012, 3:54:37 PM PDT
7 & 7 IS says:
After Laust

Various Aliens/Monsters/Mutants & Other Weirdos

"Trilogy Of Terror" (1975--Dan Curtis) - 8
"The Blob" (1958--Irvin S. Yeaworth, Jr.
& Russell S. Doughten, Jr.) - 8
"The Fly" (1958--Kurt Neumann) - 8
"Killer Klowns From Outer Space" (1988--Stephen Chiodo) - 8
"Night Of The Living Dead" (1968--George A. Romero) - 8
"Plan 9 From Outer Space" (1959--Edward D. Wood, Jr.) - 9
"Attack Of The Killer Tomatoes" (1978--John DeBello) - 9
"Chopping Mall" aka "Killbots" (1986--Jim Wynorski) - 8
"The Blair Witch Project"
(1999--Daniel Myrick/Eduardo Sanchez) - 7
"Black Sheep" (2006--Jonathan King) - 8
"The Toxic Avenger" (1984--Lloyd Kaufman/Michael Herz) - 8
"Elvira's Haunted Hills" (2001--Sam Irvin) - 8
"The Incredibly Strange Creatures Who Stopped Living
& Became Mixed-Up Zombies" (1964--Ray Dennis Steckler) - 8

Action/Western/Cars/Noir/Noir-ish

"D.O.A." (1949--Rudolph Mate) - 8
"Bring Me The Head Of Alfredo Garcia" (1974--Sam Peckinpah) - 8
"The Cars That Ate Paris" (1974--Peter Weir) - 8
"Alphaville, Une Etrange Aventure De Lemmy Caution"
(1965--Jean-Luc Godard) - 8
"Dead Man" (1995--Jim Jarmusch) - 8
"El Topo" (1970--Alejandro Jodorowsky) - 8
"Detour" (1945--Edgar G. Ulmer) - 8
"Gone In 60 Seconds" (1974--H.B. Halicki) - 8
"Death Race 2000" (1975--Paul Bartel) - 9
"Rolling Thunder" (1977--John Flynn) - 8
"The Warriors" (1979--Walter Hill) - 7
"Repo Man" (1984--Alex Cox) - 8
"Streets Of Fire" (1984--Walter Hill) - 8

Sex-oriented/Porn

"Café Flesh" (1982--Rinse Dream) - 8
"Deep Throat" (1972--Gerard Damiano) - 8
"Flesh Gordon" (1974--Michael Benveniste/Howard Ziehm) - 8
"Deadly Weapons" (1974--Doris Wishman) - 8
"The First Nudie Musical"
(1976--Mark Haggard/Bruce Kimmel) - 8
"Greetings" (1968--Brian DePalma) - 8
"Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Sex
(But Were Afraid To Ask)" (1972--Woody Allen) - 8

Animation

"Duck Amuck" (1951--Chuck Jones) - 8
"Bambi Meets Godzilla" (1969--Marv Newland) - 9
"Guard Dog" (2004--Bill Plympton) - 8
"Song Of The South" (1946--Harve Foster/Wilfred Jackson) - 8
"The Adventures Of Prince Achmed"
(1926--Lotte Reiniger) - 8
"Gulliver's Travels" (1939--Dave Fleischer) - 8
"Fritz The Cat" (1972--Ralph Bakshi) - 8
"Heavy Metal" (1981--Gerald Potterton) - 8
"What's Opera, Doc?" (1957--Chuck Jones) - 8
"La Planete Sauvage" aka "Fantastic Planet"
(1973--Rene Laloux) - 8

Outcasts/Epics

"Eraserhead" (1977--David Lynch) - 8
"Pink Flamingos" (1972--John Waters) - 8
"The Terror Of Tiny Town" (1938--Sam Newfield) - 8
"Freaks" (1932--Tod Browning) - 8
"Ratboy" (1986--Sondra Locke) - 8
"Tell Your Children" aka "Reefer Madness"
(1936--Louis J. Gasnier) - 8
"Little Shop Of Horrors"
(1960--Roger Corman/Charles B. Griffith/Mel Welles) - 8
"L'Age d'Or" (1930--Luis Bunuel) - 8
"A Clockwork Orange" (1971--Stanley Kubrick) - 7
"Dune" (1984--David Lynch) - 7
"Polyester" (1981--John Waters) - 8
"Monty Python & The Holy Grail"
(1975--Monty Python/Terry Gilliam/Terry Jones) - 8

Vampires

"The Fearless Vampire Killers
or Pardon Me, But Your Teeth Are In My Neck"
(1967--Roman Polanski) - 9
"Vampire's Kiss" (1988--Robert Bierman) - 8

Race Relations

"Sweet Sweetback's BaaadAsss Song"
(1971--Melvin Van Peebles) - 8
"Coffy" (1973--Jack Hill) - 8
"White Man's Burden" (1995--Desmond Nakano) - 8
"Bamboozled" (2000--Spike Lee) - 8

Documentaries

"The Aristocrats" (2005--Paul Provenza) - 8
"This Film Is Not Yet Rated" (2006--Kirby Dick) - 8
"F***" (2005--Steve Anderson) - 8
"Roger & Me" (1989--Michael Moore) - 8
"Sound & Fury" (2000--Josh Aronson) - 8

Rock Musicals/Concert Films

"The Girl Can't Help It" (1956--Frank Tashlin) - 8
"Viva Las Vegas" (1964--George Sidney) - 8
"Head" (1968--Bob Rafelson) - 8
"Woodstock" (1970--Michael Wadleigh) - 8
"Tommy" (1975--Ken Russell) - 8
"Renaldo & Clara" (1978--Bob Dylan) - 8
"Rock 'N' Roll High School" (1979--Allan Arkush) - 8
"This Is Spinal Tap" (1984--Rob Reiner) - 8
"Fear Of A Black Hat" (1993--Rusty Cundieff) - 8

(mostly) Revenge Classics

"Last House On The Left" (1972--Wes Craven) - 8
"The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" (1974--Tobe Hooper) - 8
"Death Wish" (1974--Michael Winner) - 8
"Lipstick" (1976--Lamont Johnson) - 8
"I Spit On Your Grave" (1978--Meir Zarchi) - 8

Art Project &/or 3-D/Interactive Gimmick Films

"Dial 'M' For Murder" (1954--Alfred Hitchcock) - 8
"House Of Wax" (1953--Andre De Toth) - 8
"The Tingler" (1959--William Castle) - 8
"Chelsea Girls" (1966--Andy Warhol/Paul Morrissey) - 8
"Spirits Of The Dead"
(1968--Roger Vadim/Louis Malle/Federico Fellini) - 8
"Cremaster" 1-5 (1995-2002--Matthew Barney) - 8
"Grindhouse"
(2007--Robert Rodriguez/Quentin Tarantino/
Eli Roth/Edgar Wright/Rob Zombie) - 8
"The Human Centipede"
(First Sequence 2009/Full Sequence 2011/Final Sequence 2013
--Tom Six) - 8

Silents

"Safety Last" (1923--Fred C. Newmeyer/Sam Taylor) - 8
"Steamboat Bill, Jr." (1928--Charles Reisner/Buster Keaton) - 8
"Body & Soul" (1925--Oscar Micheaux) - 8
"It" (1927--Clarence G. Badger/Josef von Sternberg) - 8

Broadway Shows

"The Rocky Horror Picture Show" (1975--Jim Sharman) - 8
"Xanadu" (1980--Robert Greenwald) - 7

Kids/Teens/High School/Young People/Childlike People

"Blackboard Jungle" (1955--Richard Brooks) - 8
"Clerks" (1994--Kevin Smith) - 8
"Better Off Dead" (1985--Savage Steve Holland) - 8
"Zazie Dans Le Metro" aka "Zazie Of The Underground"
(1960--Louis Malle) - 8
"Napoleon Dynamite" (2004--Jared Hess) - 8
"Harold & Kumar Go To White Castle" (2004--Danny Leiner) - 8
"Labyrinth" (1986--Jim Henson) - 8
"Heathers" (1988--Michael Lehmann) - 8
"Pee Wee's Big Adventure" (1985--Tim Burton) - 8
"The 5,000 Fingers Of Dr. T" (1953--Roy Rowland) - 8

Extremism

"Anti-Christ" (2009--Lars Von Trier) - 8
"Triumph des Willens" (1935--Leni Riefenstahl) - 8

'60s Camp

"Whatever Happened To Baby Jane" (1962--Robert Aldrich) - 8
"Faster, Pussycat...Kill! Kill!" (1965--Russ Meyer) - 8
"Bunny Lake Is Missing" (1965--Otto Preminger) - 8
"Valley Of The Dolls" (1967--Mark Robson) - 7
"Boom!" (1968--Joseph Losey) - 8
"Myra Breckenridge" (1970--Michael Sarne) - 8

Dramatic/Satirical

"Zelig" (1983--Woody Allen) - 8
"Short Cuts" (1993--Robert Altman) - 8
"Being John Malkovich" (1999--Spike Jonze) - 8
"Die Dritte Generation" aka "The Third Generation"
(1979--Rainer Werner Fassbinder) - 8
"Withnail & I" (1987--Bruce Robinson) - 8
"Secretary" (2002--Steven Shainberg) - 8
"Buffalo '66" (1998--Vincent Gallo) - 8
"Donnie Darko" (2001--Richard Kelly) - 8
"The Music Of Chance" (1993--Philip Haas) - 8

Troubled Women

"Les Diaboliques" aka "The Devils" (1955--Henri Georges Clouzot) - 8
"Cat People" (1942--Jacques Tourneur) - 8
"Les Yeux Sans Visage"
aka "Eyes Without A Face" (1959--Georges Franju) - 8
"Carnival of Souls" (1962--Herk Harvey) - 8
"Operazione Paura" aka "Kill, Baby, Kill"
(1966--Mario Bava) - 8
"The Mafu Cage" (1978--Karen Arthur) - 8
"Reform School Girls" (1986--Tom DeSimone) - 8
"The Last Mistress" (2007 --Catherine Breillat) - 8

Misc. Oddities

"Bucket Of Blood" (1959--Roger Corman) - 8
"Barbarella" (1968--Roger Vadim) - 8
"Spider Baby Or...The Maddest Story Ever Told"
(1968--Jack Hill) - 8
"L'ucello Dalle Piume Di Cristallo"
aka "The Bird With Crystal Plumage" (1970--Dario Argento) - 8
"The Wizard Of Gore" (1970--Herschell Gordon Lewis) - 8
"Theatre Of Blood" (1973--Douglas Hickox) - 8
"Zardoz" (1974--John Boorman) - 8
"The Groove Tube" (1974--Ken Shapiro) - 8
"The Gods Must Be Crazy" (1980--Jamie Uys) - 8
"Forbidden Zone" (1982--Richard Elfman) - 8
"Videodrome" (1982--David Cronenberg) - 8
"Suburbia" (1983--Penelope Spheeris) - 8
"The Adventures Of Buckaroo Banzai: Across the Eighth Dimension"
(1984--W.D. Richter) - 8
"Superstar: The Karen Carpenter Story" (1987--Todd Haynes) - 8
"Bad Taste" (1987--Peter Jackson) - 8
"Street Trash" (1987--J. Michael Muro) - 8
"They Live" (1988--John Carpenter) - 8
"Parents" (1989--Bob Balaban) - 8
"Frankenhooker" (1990--Frank Henenlotter) - 8
"The Dark Backward" (1991--Adam Rifkin) - 8
"Shakes The Clown" (1991--Bobcat Goldthwait) - 8
"La Cite Des Enfants Perdus"
aka "The City Of Lost Children"
(1995--Marc Caro/Jean-Pierre Jeunet) - 8
"Trainspotting" (1996--Danny Boyle) - 8
"Lola, Rennt" aka "Run, Lola, Run"
(1998--Tom Tykwer) - 8
"The Big Lebowski" (1998--Coen Bros.) - 8
"Memento" (2001--Christopher Nolan) - 8
"The Room" (2003--Tommy Wiseau) - 8
"Primer" (2004--Shane Carruth) - 9

Santa Claus Movies

"Santa Claus" (1960--K. Gordon Murray [originally 1959--Rene Cardona]) - 8
"Santa Claus Conquers The Martians" (1964--[St.?]Nicholas Webster) - 8

"Salt Of The Earth" (1954--Herbert J. Biberman) - 8

The Fearless Vampire Killers +
Death Race 2000 +
Xanadu -
The Blair Witch Project -

Posted on Mar 22, 2012, 3:57:36 PM PDT
Shizznit!!

The Warriors is already taking hits. Savage Lucy...this means WAR!!

ps - is the game gonna be put up in another thread...I'll wait for it and then vote.
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