5 Must Watch Cult Classic Movies On Netflix!

Summertime is heating up so we're trying to keep the chilllll in Netflix and chillin'. Here are our top 5 favorite cult classic movies on Netflix so you can do the same! 


Before Mean Girls there was Clueless and before Clueless there was Heathers

Starring Winona Ryder and Christian Slater as masochistic teenagers, this off-beat, twisted dark comedy became a true cult classic after its 1988 release. The teaming up of a reluctant good girl and straight-up sociopath is one that is way more fun to watch than it should be.

2.-Y tú mamá también

If you want to improve, laugh and practice your spanish skills, this is the perfect film for you

A road trip along the coast of Mexico turns out to be one of sexual discovery for two punk teenagers (Gael Garcia Bernal and Diego Luna), as well as a bittersweet final adventure for their older female companion (Maribel Verdu), who struggles with a life full of regret and roads not yet traveled. Y Tu Mamá También is at times playful and seductive, but slowly reveals itself to be a substantive dual story involving both coming-of-age and coming-to-terms.

3.-Pee-wee's Big Adventure

Paul Reubens' classic character (Pee-Wee) is at the helm of Tim Burton's first feature-length film, a comedy following an eccentric, prankster man-child who embarks on a cross-country journey to retrieve his treasured bike from the thieves who took it. Don't sleep on this irreverent comedy - you'll come out armed with the pop culture references of the decade. 

4.-Adventures in Babysitting

After Chris' dream date stands her up, she agrees to babysit three kids and settles in for a quiet suburban night. When she receives a call from her frantic friend stranded at a Chicago bus station, however, she's forced to take the kids with her into the big city and embark on an adventure they never could have anticipated. Funny, sweet, and endearing, this Christopher Columbus-helmed comedy is rightfully a cult classic. 

5.-Forrest Gump

Slow-witted Forrest Gump (Tom Hanks) has never thought of himself as disadvantaged, and thanks to his supportive mother (Sally Field), he leads anything but a restricted life. Whether dominating on the gridiron as a college football star, fighting in Vietnam or captaining a shrimp boat, Forrest inspires people with his childlike optimism. But one person Forrest cares about most may be the most difficult to save -- his childhood love, the sweet but troubled Jenny (Robin Wright)