These modern movies may not have gotten the love they deserved the first time around, but with a little fan dedication—err, a LOT of fan dedication, they’ve gotten the cult following and the long shelf life they rightfully deserve. From hilarious comedies like What We Do in the Shadows, MacGruber, and Napoleon Dynamite, to total mind-trips like Mandy, Donnie Darko, and Spring Breakers, WatchMojo is going on a fan favorite journey to rank these beloved-by-a-select-few movies you have to see. Which of these is your favorite? Are there any we missed? Let us know in the comments!

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  1. Let’s see. TRHPS was bomb tha somehow became a cult hit. For decades it was shown all over. People would reply to the film, question it, perform the whole thing below the screen. Don’t forget the umbrellas or newspaper hats and the rice.BTW Where is Magenta.

  2. You know what film I consider to be a cult classic even though it’s more categorized as underrated?Disney’s Brother Bear.It’s plot is unique:it’s about a Native American boy named Kenai who is transformed into a bear after he murders a bear he blames for the death of his older brother.It has a few things about cinema:a morally questionable protagonist,intriguing characters-including bear cub Koda,and moose brothers Rutt and Tuke-,a cast that includes Joaquin Phoenix and the late Michael Clarke Duncan,an emotionally driven story,vibrant and colorfully artistic settings,and a valuable message about brotherhood,yet it barely gets any credit.Where is the recognition,Disney?