Hi movie lovers and welcome to Cult Fiction!
What is Cult Fiction all about?
The website CultFiction.net is the online place to find out all you need to know about the best international quality films, cult movies, art house films and obscure B-movies released since the invention of the camera obscura.
Do not only expect reviews on our blog of every mainstream flick on IMdB. We will also discuss the crème de la crème of international cinema and the most grotesque B-movies you have to see at least once in your life.
If the names Tarantino, Coen, Scorsese and Hitchcock don’t ring a bell, you can learn everything about these great directors here at CultFiction.net!
If you’re already familiar with these brilliant masters of cinema you will definitely love what you can read on this blog.
We tend to have a preference for black comedies, Oscar winning dramas, absurd movies, cult films and classic masterpieces in favor of superhero movies and romcoms.
If there’s a movie you would like us te review, you can always make a suggestion.
What the hell is a Cult Film?
A movie is considered a cult film when it manages to gather a certain dedicated following. When several people like to watch a particular movie more than five times just to discover more underlying details, this movie could qualify as a cult movie.
Often cult films enjoy special screenings at film festivals or outdoor cinema’s where film aficionado’s gather to experience the movie together. A cult movie is not necessarily a critically acclaimed film. Some movies gain a cult following because they are so awful due to their low budgets or horrible actors.
Some examples of well known high quality cult films are Pulp Fiction, Fight Club, A Clockwork Orange and Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. These movies are often referenced by in pop culture or in TV shows like The Simpsons, Bob’s Burgers and Family Guy.
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