Cult Classics

Cult classics are works of fiction that are extremely popular with a select audience but which may or may not have been successful at the time of the works' original publications.

New Releases Tagged "Cult Classics"

Ringing in the New Year
Promise Not to Tell (Cutler, Sutter & Salinas #2)
The Largesse of the Sea Maiden
After the Fire
Breaking Free: How I Escaped My Father-Warren Jeffs-Polygamy, and the FLDS Cult
Gather the Daughters
The Polygamist's Daughter
In the Days of Rain: A Daughter, a Father, a Cult
The Road to Jonestown: Jim Jones and Peoples Temple
Adjustment Day
Finding Eden
The Sacred Lies of Minnow Bly
Cult Child
Devoted
The Family
Captive: A Mother's Crusade to Save Her Daughter From a Terrifying Cult

Popular Cult Classics Books

Fight Club
A Clockwork Orange
American Psycho
The Zombie Room
Trainspotting
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
The Elephant Tree
Fahrenheit 451
Slaughterhouse-Five
Escape by Carolyn JessopBeyond Belief by Jenna Miscavige HillUnder the Banner of Heaven by Jon KrakauerStolen Innocence by Elissa WallThe Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls
Small. Offbeat Religion Memoirs
197 books — 153 voters

1984 by George OrwellThe Catcher in the Rye by J.D. SalingerAnimal Farm by George OrwellTo Kill a Mockingbird by Harper LeeFahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury
Cult Classics
958 books — 1,483 voters

They Live by D. Harlan WilsonThey Live by Jonathan LethemThe Films of John Carpenter by John Kenneth MuirThe Films of John Carpenter by Luke BurtonOrder in the Universe by Robert C. Cumbow
John Carpenter Criticism
8 books — 2 voters
Trainspotting by Irvine WelshAstronomicon minorem - DMT, Cthulhu and You by Khurt KhaveSex and Sushi by Tassa DesaladaFight Club by Chuck PalahniukJunky by William S. Burroughs
Amazing badass contemporary
5 books — 4 voters


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Robert Jay Lifton
In sum, doubling is the psychological means by which one invokes the evil potential of the self. That evil is neither inherent in the self nor foreign to it. To live out the doubling and call forth the evil is a moral choice for which one is responsible, whatever the level of consciousness involved.
Robert Jay Lifton, Thought Reform and the Psychology of Totalism: A Study of 'brainwashing' in China

Peter Sloterdijk
Above all: only grant the suspicion that sport is a pastime for the most stupid as much space as it deserves, do not misuse it as a pretext to drift further in your customary state of self-neglect, distrust the philistine in yourself who thinks you are just fine as you are! Hear the voice from the stone, do not resist the call to get in shape! Seize the chance to train with a god!
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