Man Bites Dog is a spoof documentary about an amiable but seriously warped mass murderer, who kills all types of people, but has a particular fondness for postmen. The movie charts the increasingly close relationship between the killer and a film crew making a documentary about his exploits, who get implicated in his horrendous deeds.
Benoît Poelvoorde, Jacqueline Poelvoorde-Pappaert, Nelly Pappaert, Hector Pappaert, Jenny Drye, Malou Madou, Willy Vandenbroeck, Rachel Deman, André Laime, Édith Le Merdy, Sylviane Godé, Zoltan Tobolik, Valérie Parent, Alexandra Fandango, Olivier Cotica
A cult film to me is Rumble Fish or Jean de Fleurette. This is a film which assumes that if someone murders casually enough it is funny. Well if it were; the joke is flogged (pardon the pun) to death. The central character is unlikable, the filming gloomy and drab and the plot drags on and on. These are not cult qualities.