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Cult Classic

Many cult movies have gone on to transcend their original cult status and have become recognized as classics, others are of the "so bad it's good" variety, and are destined to remain in obscurity. Here you will also discover some of the most astonishing, tastless and sometimes the worst movie ever made. The term cult film implies a certain level of obscurity, and widely popular, mainstream movies are not considered to be cult films and will not be found in this company.

Voodoo Woman (1957)

4/10
Director: Edward L Cahn
Starring: Marla English, Tom Conway, Touch Connors

Science meets sorcery in this A.I.P. shocker that features Tom Conway as a mad doctor who uses a voodoo spell to turn beautiful Maria English into a h... Read more

War of the Colossal Beast (1958)

3.3/10
Director: Bert I Gordon
Starring: Sally Fraser, Dean Parkin, Roger Pace, Charles Stewart

A frightened young man races his truck down a dirt road, constantly looking back in terror. He is being pursued by some unseen menace! Undoubtedly it... Read more

Warning from Space (1956)

4.4/10
Director: Koji Shima

Translated into English, the title of this Japanese sci-fi endeavor is Unknown Satellite over Tokyo. The extraterrestrials on this occasion are weirdl... Read more

Women In Prison Collection (2004)

Director: Jack Hill, Steve Carver, Gerry De Leon
Starring: Margaret Markov, Pam Grier, Lucretia Love, Paul Muller, Daniel Vargas, Judy Brow...

In the 1970s cult filmmaker Roger Corman produced a series of highly successful, groundbreaking 'Women In Prison' movies that hit paydirt on the drive... Read more

Zombie Flesh Eaters (1979)

Director: Lucio Fulci
Starring: Tisa Farrow, Ian McCulloch, Richard Johnson

Aka "Zombie". A gory pulp zombie tale in true spaghetti style. A woman travels to a remote island from which her father's boat returned with only zomb... Read more