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Cult Movies

Cry Baby

John Waters writes and directs this musical comedy starring Johnny Depp as Cry Baby Walker, a guy from the wrong side of the tracks who falls in love with a good girl. More…

Cry Baby
Carrie

We’re invited to the Bates High School Prom, which lives up to its reputation of the prom of all proms in De Palma’s 1976 adaptation of King’s novel, Carrie. More…

Carrie
Obsession

Cliff Robertson is a man with obsession in his eyes in this Brian De Palma 1976 classic. With its mounting tension and spine-chilling suspense, it’s a masterpiece. More…

Obsession
The Relic

While fighting a monster in the Museum of Natural History in Chicago, there’s also a battle between science and superstition in Peter Hyams’ horror film The Relic. More…

The Relic
Who Framed Roger Rabbit

In this mix of animation and live action, you’ll also find elements of film noir as a disillusioned private detective is lumbered with a lovable toon suspected of murder. More…

Who Framed Roger Rabbit
Conan The Barbarian

Who knew that a film like Conan The Barbarian would cause critics and scholars to be up in arms about seeming similarities between it, fascism and Leni Riefenstahl? More…

Conan The Barbarian
The Deadly Spawn

When a meteor crashes to Earth carrying deadly alien parasites that feast on the human population, four friends and a young boy step up to put an end to their feast. More…

The Deadly Spawn
American Graffiti

Backed by a rock ‘n’ roll soundtrack we hear blaring out of the car stereos, American Graffiti delivers a genuine sense of nostalgia for an era that’s now long gone. More…

American Graffiti
More American Graffiti

Change is inevitable. It keeps us alive, moving and learning. In this sequel to American Graffiti we catch up with the kids of ’62 and see how their lives have changed. More…

More American Graffiti
Creepshow

To open the Stephen King cult classic season, Jamie Suckley looks at one of his favourite anthologies, written by King and directed by George A. Romero. Welcome to Creepshow. More…

Creepshow
Braindead

Take a trip with Jamie Suckley as he runs us through one of the sickest films to come from New Zealand in the 1990’s – Peter Jackson’s goriously funny Braindead! More…

Braindead
Stab

Directed by Robert Rodriquez and based on the book by Gale Weathers, Stab sees a masked killer on the loose, tormenting his victims with film trivia from horror movies. More…

Stab
Maniac Cop

Maniac Cop, the notorious video nasty from 1988, sees New York City terrorised by a psychopathic killer in a police uniform but only one man knows where to look for him. More…

Maniac Cop
A Nightmare On Elm Street 5: The Dream Child

The 1989 sequel, The Dream Child, picks up one year after the events of Part 4 and Alice now has double the trouble when Freddy finds a way back into her dreams. More…

A Nightmare On Elm Street 5: The Dream Child
Fast Times At Ridgemont High

Where were you in the year 1982, when E.T. The Extraterrestrial landed, Michael Jackson released Thriller and Madonna entered the charts for the first time? More…

Fast Times At Ridgemont High

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