Film critic Nathan Rabin revisits films on the cusp of becoming cult favorites and determines if they deserve the recognition.
Why 2001’s Rat Race Is A Perfect Piece of Escapism for Modern Times
May 16, 2017
Why George Clooney’s Confessions of a Dangerous Mind Works As A Tragicomedy Despite Its Indulgent Flourishes
April 18, 2017
Level Up: Why Scott Pilgrim vs. The World Endures As A Cult Favorite Beyond Its Geek Appeal
March 22, 2017
Why Joe Dante’s The ‘Burbs Is As Relevant Today As It Was In 1989
February 22, 2017
Why Snakes on a Plane Fails as a Cult Film
January 25, 2017
Why Batman Returns Deserves Its Cult Following
December 20, 2016
Does Captain Ron Deserve Cult Status?
November 22, 2016
Why What We Do in the Shadows Became an Instant Cult Classic
October 19, 2016
1993’s Falling Down is an Eerie Reflection of Modern America’s Persecution Complex
September 20, 2016
Batman ’66: Some Days You Just Can’t Get Rid of a Bomb
August 17, 2016
Why John Waters’ Cry-Baby Deserves More Attention
July 19, 2016
Is Spice World Worth Another Look?
June 21, 2016
Why Pure Country Deserves Another Chance
May 18, 2016
Why Prince’s Sign o’ the Times Deserves More Attention
April 26, 2016
Why We Live in Public Deserves Another Look
March 29, 2016
How Did the Dirty Dancing TV Remake Fare With Viewers?
May 24, 2017
What Does the Game of Thrones Season 7 Trailer Reveal Shot-by-Shot?
Rank Dwayne Johnson’s 10 Best Movies
24 Longest Waits Between TV Seasons
May 23, 2017