cult classic

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cult classic (plural cult classics)

  1. A work of fiction that is extremely popular with a select audience but may or may not be successful at the time of the work's original publication.
    With weekly viewings in movie theaters running continuously for over thirty years, The Rocky Horror Picture Show is a major cult classic despite having since become known to the general public.

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