Welcome to The Cult Movie Guide. We have categorised our movies in A-Z order by title and by genre of movie. These are listed on the right. If you are looking for a specific actor or director you can check out the index in our Cult Movie Heroes section to see the full list of movies reviewed on the site. Alternatively if you are looking for something in particular just use our search function below.
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Each month we hold a pointless poll - just for fun! To cast your vote for this month simply complete the form below:
Thank you to everyone who votes in our pointless poll. Previous poll results have been :
The result for our best movie villain poll was Billy Drago with Rutger Hauer coming in second place.
Your favourite Eli Wallach role was starring alongside Clint Eastwood and Lee Van Cleef in The Good The Bad and The Ugly .
Maximum Force  was picked as your favourite cult movie featuring the legendary Mickey Rooney.
Our best movie of 2013 poll was won by Alexander Payne's Nebraska starring Bruce Dern as an aging and confused pensioner believing he has to get to Nebraska to claim a million dollar sweepstake win that he received in the mail, which of course he hasn't. This excellent drama beat of tough competition from the rest of the candidates with Behind the Candelabra and Django Unchained coming joint second.
Michael Winner's best movie was voted to be The Mechanic , starring Charles Bronson and Jan-Michael Vincent. This was actually remade in 2011 with Jason Statham and Ben Foster in the main roles.
It was very close, but the winner of the best Family Christmas Movie was Scrooged .
Your favourite revenge thriller from the 1970's was a runaway winner for the classic Get Carter .
Mystery Men  was your favourite amateur Super Hero movie, just beating off stiff competition from Kick Ass .
According to you Blue Velvet  was Dennis Hoppers best movie to date ... pretty good choice.
Mortal Kombat  was the best arcade game movie spin-off from the 1980's/early 1990's.
Leatherfacefrom The Texas Chain Saw Massacre  and sequels makes the best horror movie masked killer.
Tom Conti has made the best screen Pope in Saving Grace , just beating tough competition from Dom DeLuise!
Phenomena  was the best High School horror movie.
Timothy Olyphant was the best movie hitman - oh well there's no accounting for taste.
A Nightmare on Elm Street  as John Saxon's best film... and he's been in a lot!