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101 Cult Movies: You Must See Before You Die

Posted by Notcot on Feb 13, 2013 in Cult Film
101 Cult Movies: You Must See Before You Die

Every movie in this book is a gem that every discerning film buff should know about. Although a few might be familiar – “Barbarella”, “Un Chien Andalou”, “The Blues Brothers” – most will be unfamiliar, and all will boast a small but devoted fanbase. So, just what makes a cult movie? Typically, these movies are independently made on a small budget and were never expected by their creators to attract a broad audience: the eccentricity of the film making or story telling, the controversial stance taken, or the narrow appeal of the subject matter guaranteed that their appeal was limited. Some movies achieve cult status long after their release. Neither commercially nor critically successful at the time, these movies were too revolutionary, fashionable, or simply badly made to find an appreciative audience. Movies, such as “Harold and Maude” and “Plan 9 From Outer Space”, languished unnoticed until a small, devoted group from a later generation discovered them and declared them cool. A few movies, such as “The Rocky Horror Picture Show”, originally attracted cult status, even though they were made by a major studio, owing to their dark, controversial, or offbeat subject matter.As tastes changed and tolerance increased, these films went on to appeal to a much wider audience and to gain commercial success without ever losing their cult status. With insight from critics, film historians, and academics from around the world, “101 Cult Movies You Must See Before You Die” is a homage to a century filled with 50-foot women, alcohol-fueled binges, surreal imaginary friends, flying pink elephants, and improbably large arachnids.

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101 Cult Movies: You Must See Before You Die

Posted by Notcot on Feb 11, 2013 in Cult Film
101 Cult Movies: You Must See Before You Die

Every movie in this book is a gem that every discerning film buff should know about. Although a few might be familiar – “Barbarella”, “Un Chien Andalou”, “The Blues Brothers” – most will be unfamiliar, and all will boast a small but devoted fanbase. So, just what makes a cult movie? Typically, these movies are independently made on a small budget and were never expected by their creators to attract a broad audience: the eccentricity of the film making or story telling, the controversial stance taken, or the narrow appeal of the subject matter guaranteed that their appeal was limited. Some movies achieve cult status long after their release. Neither commercially nor critically successful at the time, these movies were too revolutionary, fashionable, or simply badly made to find an appreciative audience. Movies, such as “Harold and Maude” and “Plan 9 From Outer Space”, languished unnoticed until a small, devoted group from a later generation discovered them and declared them cool. A few movies, such as “The Rocky Horror Picture Show”, originally attracted cult status, even though they were made by a major studio, owing to their dark, controversial, or offbeat subject matter.As tastes changed and tolerance increased, these films went on to appeal to a much wider audience and to gain commercial success without ever losing their cult status. With insight from critics, film historians, and academics from around the world, “101 Cult Movies You Must See Before You Die” is a homage to a century filled with 50-foot women, alcohol-fueled binges, surreal imaginary friends, flying pink elephants, and improbably large arachnids.

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101 Cult Movies: You Must See Before You Die

Posted by Notcot on Feb 11, 2013 in Cult Film
101 Cult Movies: You Must See Before You Die

Every movie in this book is a gem that every discerning film buff should know about. Although a few might be familiar – “Barbarella”, “Un Chien Andalou”, “The Blues Brothers” – most will be unfamiliar, and all will boast a small but devoted fanbase. So, just what makes a cult movie? Typically, these movies are independently made on a small budget and were never expected by their creators to attract a broad audience: the eccentricity of the film making or story telling, the controversial stance taken, or the narrow appeal of the subject matter guaranteed that their appeal was limited. Some movies achieve cult status long after their release. Neither commercially nor critically successful at the time, these movies were too revolutionary, fashionable, or simply badly made to find an appreciative audience. Movies, such as “Harold and Maude” and “Plan 9 From Outer Space”, languished unnoticed until a small, devoted group from a later generation discovered them and declared them cool. A few movies, such as “The Rocky Horror Picture Show”, originally attracted cult status, even though they were made by a major studio, owing to their dark, controversial, or offbeat subject matter.As tastes changed and tolerance increased, these films went on to appeal to a much wider audience and to gain commercial success without ever losing their cult status. With insight from critics, film historians, and academics from around the world, “101 Cult Movies You Must See Before You Die” is a homage to a century filled with 50-foot women, alcohol-fueled binges, surreal imaginary friends, flying pink elephants, and improbably large arachnids.

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101 Cult Movies: You Must See Before You Die

Posted by Notcot on Feb 10, 2013 in Cult Film
101 Cult Movies: You Must See Before You Die

Every movie in this book is a gem that every discerning film buff should know about. Although a few might be familiar – “Barbarella”, “Un Chien Andalou”, “The Blues Brothers” – most will be unfamiliar, and all will boast a small but devoted fanbase. So, just what makes a cult movie? Typically, these movies are independently made on a small budget and were never expected by their creators to attract a broad audience: the eccentricity of the film making or story telling, the controversial stance taken, or the narrow appeal of the subject matter guaranteed that their appeal was limited. Some movies achieve cult status long after their release. Neither commercially nor critically successful at the time, these movies were too revolutionary, fashionable, or simply badly made to find an appreciative audience. Movies, such as “Harold and Maude” and “Plan 9 From Outer Space”, languished unnoticed until a small, devoted group from a later generation discovered them and declared them cool. A few movies, such as “The Rocky Horror Picture Show”, originally attracted cult status, even though they were made by a major studio, owing to their dark, controversial, or offbeat subject matter.As tastes changed and tolerance increased, these films went on to appeal to a much wider audience and to gain commercial success without ever losing their cult status. With insight from critics, film historians, and academics from around the world, “101 Cult Movies You Must See Before You Die” is a homage to a century filled with 50-foot women, alcohol-fueled binges, surreal imaginary friends, flying pink elephants, and improbably large arachnids.

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101 Cult Movies: You Must See Before You Die

Posted by Notcot on Feb 9, 2013 in Cult Film
101 Cult Movies: You Must See Before You Die

Every movie in this book is a gem that every discerning film buff should know about. Although a few might be familiar – “Barbarella”, “Un Chien Andalou”, “The Blues Brothers” – most will be unfamiliar, and all will boast a small but devoted fanbase. So, just what makes a cult movie? Typically, these movies are independently made on a small budget and were never expected by their creators to attract a broad audience: the eccentricity of the film making or story telling, the controversial stance taken, or the narrow appeal of the subject matter guaranteed that their appeal was limited. Some movies achieve cult status long after their release. Neither commercially nor critically successful at the time, these movies were too revolutionary, fashionable, or simply badly made to find an appreciative audience. Movies, such as “Harold and Maude” and “Plan 9 From Outer Space”, languished unnoticed until a small, devoted group from a later generation discovered them and declared them cool. A few movies, such as “The Rocky Horror Picture Show”, originally attracted cult status, even though they were made by a major studio, owing to their dark, controversial, or offbeat subject matter.As tastes changed and tolerance increased, these films went on to appeal to a much wider audience and to gain commercial success without ever losing their cult status. With insight from critics, film historians, and academics from around the world, “101 Cult Movies You Must See Before You Die” is a homage to a century filled with 50-foot women, alcohol-fueled binges, surreal imaginary friends, flying pink elephants, and improbably large arachnids.

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101 Cult Movies: You Must See Before You Die

Posted by Notcot on Feb 8, 2013 in Cult Film
101 Cult Movies: You Must See Before You Die

Every movie in this book is a gem that every discerning film buff should know about. Although a few might be familiar – “Barbarella”, “Un Chien Andalou”, “The Blues Brothers” – most will be unfamiliar, and all will boast a small but devoted fanbase. So, just what makes a cult movie? Typically, these movies are independently made on a small budget and were never expected by their creators to attract a broad audience: the eccentricity of the film making or story telling, the controversial stance taken, or the narrow appeal of the subject matter guaranteed that their appeal was limited. Some movies achieve cult status long after their release. Neither commercially nor critically successful at the time, these movies were too revolutionary, fashionable, or simply badly made to find an appreciative audience. Movies, such as “Harold and Maude” and “Plan 9 From Outer Space”, languished unnoticed until a small, devoted group from a later generation discovered them and declared them cool. A few movies, such as “The Rocky Horror Picture Show”, originally attracted cult status, even though they were made by a major studio, owing to their dark, controversial, or offbeat subject matter.As tastes changed and tolerance increased, these films went on to appeal to a much wider audience and to gain commercial success without ever losing their cult status. With insight from critics, film historians, and academics from around the world, “101 Cult Movies You Must See Before You Die” is a homage to a century filled with 50-foot women, alcohol-fueled binges, surreal imaginary friends, flying pink elephants, and improbably large arachnids.

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101 Cult Movies: You Must See Before You Die

Posted by Notcot on Feb 8, 2013 in Cult Film
101 Cult Movies: You Must See Before You Die

Every movie in this book is a gem that every discerning film buff should know about. Although a few might be familiar – “Barbarella”, “Un Chien Andalou”, “The Blues Brothers” – most will be unfamiliar, and all will boast a small but devoted fanbase. So, just what makes a cult movie? Typically, these movies are independently made on a small budget and were never expected by their creators to attract a broad audience: the eccentricity of the film making or story telling, the controversial stance taken, or the narrow appeal of the subject matter guaranteed that their appeal was limited. Some movies achieve cult status long after their release. Neither commercially nor critically successful at the time, these movies were too revolutionary, fashionable, or simply badly made to find an appreciative audience. Movies, such as “Harold and Maude” and “Plan 9 From Outer Space”, languished unnoticed until a small, devoted group from a later generation discovered them and declared them cool. A few movies, such as “The Rocky Horror Picture Show”, originally attracted cult status, even though they were made by a major studio, owing to their dark, controversial, or offbeat subject matter.As tastes changed and tolerance increased, these films went on to appeal to a much wider audience and to gain commercial success without ever losing their cult status. With insight from critics, film historians, and academics from around the world, “101 Cult Movies You Must See Before You Die” is a homage to a century filled with 50-foot women, alcohol-fueled binges, surreal imaginary friends, flying pink elephants, and improbably large arachnids.

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1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die

Posted by Notcot on Dec 28, 2012 in Cult Film
1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die

With more than one million copies sold worldwide in twenty-four languages, 1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die celebrates the great and groundbreaking, classic and cult, must-see movies of all time and offers a treasure trove of incisive, witty and revealing insights into the world of film. Completely updated and revised for 2012, 1001 Movies is illustrated with hundreds of stunning film stills, portraits and poster art, bringing together the most significant movies from all genres, from action to Western, through animation, comedy, documentary, musical, noir, romance, thriller, short and sci-fi. The selection includes movies from over 30 countries and spans more than a century of extraordinary cinema. Whether your passion is rom-com or art house, The Blue Angel or Blue Velvet, 1001 Movies is the book for you.

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1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die

Posted by Notcot on Dec 27, 2012 in Cult Film
1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die

With more than one million copies sold worldwide in twenty-four languages, 1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die celebrates the great and groundbreaking, classic and cult, must-see movies of all time and offers a treasure trove of incisive, witty and revealing insights into the world of film. Completely updated and revised for 2012, 1001 Movies is illustrated with hundreds of stunning film stills, portraits and poster art, bringing together the most significant movies from all genres, from action to Western, through animation, comedy, documentary, musical, noir, romance, thriller, short and sci-fi. The selection includes movies from over 30 countries and spans more than a century of extraordinary cinema. Whether your passion is rom-com or art house, The Blue Angel or Blue Velvet, 1001 Movies is the book for you.

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1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die

Posted by Notcot on Dec 26, 2012 in Cult Film
1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die

With more than one million copies sold worldwide in twenty-four languages, 1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die celebrates the great and groundbreaking, classic and cult, must-see movies of all time and offers a treasure trove of incisive, witty and revealing insights into the world of film. Completely updated and revised for 2012, 1001 Movies is illustrated with hundreds of stunning film stills, portraits and poster art, bringing together the most significant movies from all genres, from action to Western, through animation, comedy, documentary, musical, noir, romance, thriller, short and sci-fi. The selection includes movies from over 30 countries and spans more than a century of extraordinary cinema. Whether your passion is rom-com or art house, The Blue Angel or Blue Velvet, 1001 Movies is the book for you.

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