Fans of the Coen Brothers’ oddly coming-of-age classic caper congregate each year in multiple cities, and pay tribute to The Big Lebowski with communal screenings, bowling tournaments, and of course, as many White Russians as you can stomach.
4. Quidditch Tournaments
Likewise, you better get your house in order and your brooms tuned up to take the honor of the Quidditch World Cup! You may not be able to legitimately fly in the air, but games are coordinated among Muggles all the time these days.
9. Participatory Screenings
The best cult films are ones that spawn traditions of their own, and are best viewed late at night among fellow devoteés. Most notably, the “holy trinity” consists of Troll 2 (commonly known as the worst movie to ever be made), The Room (known for its exceptional dialogue), and The Rocky Horror Picture Show (encouraging freedom of personality and creativity in live re-enactments and colorful additions as the movie plays).