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Free Advanced Movie Screening of CRIMINAL in Albuquerque, NM on April 12th at 7pm!

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Hey Albuquerque! Your friends at Cult Classics want you to see an advanced screening of the new sci-fi film CRIMINAL on Tuesday, April 12th, 2016 at the Regal Winrock at 7pm. Here’s the synopsis and trailer! The story of the

The Batman v. Superman Dawn of Justice ‘Knightmare’ Sequence: Understanding What It Means

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We help you understand the imagery and importance of this esoteric sequence in Batman v. Superman Dawn of Justice. Why its not a dream and its greater importance to the future of the DC Cinematic Universe and what it actually

Video Paradise: A Bygone Era

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After 25 years in business, Chandler video store Video Paradise is closing on Friday Jan 29th. I had to drop by and pay my respects and pick over the carcass like a movie hyena. The good people working there said

Upcoming Cult and Genre Releases for January 2016 from our friends at Mill Creek

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The new year is upon us and that means new genre releases for 2016 are on the horizon! Our friends at Mill Creek Entertainment sent us word on some cool titles they have coming out in the cult/genre/nostalgia vein this

Cult Following’s Favorite New Year’s Eve Movies for New Year’s Eve 2016

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We’re celebrating the end of 2015 by recommending a few fabulous New Year movies. My criteria required that New Years was PIVOTAL to the movie, not a scene on New Year’s.

Holiday Horror: The Bloody Best!

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Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Kwazy Kwanzaa, a tip top Tet and a solemn dignified Ramadan everyone! Below is a list of classic Christmas films that are basically the bedrock of the holiday horror subgenre, which has easily been the most

NINJA BUSTERS and TRAILER TRAUMA bust out from niche screenings courtesy of new boutique release from Garagehouse Pictures

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The folks at Cult Following are always a sucker for a grass roots success story – especially one involving a longtime film programmer going the route of film distributor to share one of those amazing WTF discoveries they’ve screened for

Cult Following’s Favorite TV Christmas Episodes

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“So-Called Angels” – My So-Called Life (1994-1995) A staple of 90s angst was the story of wistful Angela (Claire Danes) and her best friend Rayanne (A.J. Langer), along with gay teen Rickie (Wilson Cruz), making their way through the trials

Our Favorite Top 10 Non-Christmas Christmas Movies

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It’ll be the 25th of December in a few days and as 2015 draws to a close for Cult Classics, we start to think of Top 10 lists. And on Christmas, we think of the standard fare for the Holiday;

Cult Following’s Favorite Quirky Holiday Films

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Welcome to the HOLIDAYS at Cult Following. I present to you my personal recommendations for favorite Holiday movies & TV specials. The common denominator is quirky lead/ensemble. Scrooged. Bill ‘F’ing’ Murray is the classic Ebenezer Scrooge. In this universe he’s

Cult Following presents our Top 5 Favorite Space Comedies

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Hey guys! We’re about 2 weeks away from seeing Cult Classics AZ present Spaceballs on the big screen. To reflect on that occasion, we wanted to take a look back and explore some of our favorite Sci-Fi Space Comedies! The

Cult Following presents our Favorite Thanksgiving Movies & TV Specials

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Gobble Gobble! Cult Following presents our FAVORITE Thanksgiving movies & TV Specials Planes, Trains & Automobiles Naturally, number one favorite is Planes, Trains & Automobiles. Steve Martin is desparately trying to get home for Thanksgiving and runs into John Candy.

Review of The Loft’s All Nite Scream-O-Rama! 2015 Edition

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All Nite Scream-O-Rama 04/10/2015 https://loftcinema.com/film/the-all-nite-scream-o-rama/ Tucson Being my third All Nite Scream-O-Rama, there was some hefty competition with previous entries containing bona fide classic (prints of Phantasm, Nightmare on Elm Street, Creepshow) while also discovering new favorites like the Manitou

Ten More Soundtracks from Jason Patrick Woodbury

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Ten More Soundtracks from Jason Patrick Woodbury Though we covered plenty of ground during our lengthy talk about film scores and soundtracks – some might even allege we covered too much ground — there remain a few selections I meant