Netflix's "Cult Films" section is peculiar in that it really doesn't contain too many films you'd instantly think of when thinking about cinema's true cult classics. There are definitely a few (as you'll see), but for the most part the category is made up of films that are kind of cult by default: not quite classics, not insanely well-known or popular, but not obscure enough that they're completely unheard of, either. There's no sign of The Big Lebowski, The Wicker Man, Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, Withnail and I, Harold and Maude - but there are films which are completely at odds with the very idea of a cult movie: Halloween 6, A Nightmare on Elm Street 2, The House of Yes. Of course, the term is diffuse - and people will certainly have their own criteria for defining a truly cult picture - but it remains that the section dedicated to it on Netflix is a bit of a jumble, one which is obviously nowhere near as vast as the drama, sci-fi, crime, or horror categories. Presented here, then, are fifteen of the best cult films available on Netflix. They are all true to the genre, but whether they'd make it onto a list of the greatest cult films ever made (some would, others I'm not so sure) is a different matter entirely. Note: This list adheres to the US region of Netflix.