I've not read that yet, but I hear it's really good. If I do read it, i'll be sure not to read the introduction until after reading the rest of the book. Thanks for the headsup on that one .Pythonist wrote:...The thing that really annoyed me is that it ruins the end completely in the INTRODUCTION to the book!!!!! It tells you what was intended and the common misinterpretations.
I got so angry
As for cult classics, I would also like to add a few more. Dr. Strangelove (or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb) absolutely has to be in a list of cult classics, as does Being There. Both films contain sterling performances from all involved, especially Peter Sellers. The guy was a legend. Another film he excelled in was Lolita (1962) with James Mason, who delivered a solid performance as poet and pervert Humbert Humbert. The remake with Jeremy Irons was also superb.
EDIT: Yet another cult classic would be Deliverance. You sure gotta pretty mouth... .