The Top 25 Greatest Cult Films.
THE ROOM (2004): If there is anything to be learned from The Room, it’s that not every film earns infamy because of its quality. As a cult film, it has everything: fascinating behind-the-scenes stories, catchphrases and, in director/writer/producer/star Tommy Wiseau, a figure as peculiar as his work. The baffling, jealousy-driven drama became more infamous than most successful films, with audiences adoring the unintentional comedy, reciting lines and throwing spoons at the screen. It may not be “a film with the passion of Tennessee Williams” as Wiseau’s own ads describe, but in its own way it has etched itself into film history.