18 Movies With the Biggest Cult Followings of All Time
Reefer Madness was originally financed and created by a church group to advocate all that can go wrong when you smoke marijuana. But when it was purchased by a producer who re-cut it, the film was released as a film intended to shock and awe with the intention of capitalizing on the growing worry about marijuana. When it was re-discovered in the ’70s, the film took on a new life, though. In a world where marijuana has become more and more accepted, it’s seen as a hilarious satire of the ~horrors~ of the drug. It’s still a popular midnight-screening movie and even more hilarious today considering marijuana is on its way to total legality!