10 Best Cult Movies to Watch of All Time


5º – All That Jazz (Bob Fosse, 1979)A respected choreographer is entrusted with the task of directing a new production. In the middle of the production process of the new play, the man finds himself involved in a routine of exaggeration, with women, alcohol and work forming a bond that can cost his life. One of the greatest musicals ever conceived, ‘All That Jazz’ enchants the spectator from the first to the last scene, bringing a powerful and charming story.


4º – The Evil Dead (Sam Raimi, 1981)A group of friends find themselves in an unpleasant situation after travelling to an isolated hut in the middle of a forest and suffering from strange and truly dark events. Despite his very limited budget, ‘The Evil Dead’ manages to give the spectator a creativity that can give weight to his compendium of scenes more aggressive to the context of horror.

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