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9th Jul '17 6:49:08 PM Franco-America2018
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** Children of the Mountain is therapy-like cult that Franklin could member if he wants and also happens that one of two Frankin's safehouse happens be living beyond their headquarters.

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** Children of the Mountain is therapy-like cult that Franklin could be member if he wants and also happens that one of two Frankin's safehouse happens be living beyond their headquarters.
9th Jul '17 6:29:34 PM Franco-America2018
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** The Altruist cult is malevolent cult that disconnected society and all members had so happened be mainly Baby Boomers believing younger generations are 'creating' all world problems.
** Children of the Mountain is therapy-like cult that Franklin's aunt is a member too and also happens that one of two Frankin's safehouse happens be living beyond their headquarters.

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** The Altruist cult is malevolent cult that disconnected society and all members had so happened be mainly mentally-ill Baby Boomers believing younger generations are 'creating' all world problems.
** Children of the Mountain is therapy-like cult that Franklin's aunt is a Franklin could member too if he wants and also happens that one of two Frankin's safehouse happens be living beyond their headquarters.
8th Jul '17 5:42:19 PM Franco-America2018
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** The Altruist cult is malevolent cult that disconnected society and all members had so happened be mainly Baby Boomers believing younger generations are 'destroying'.
** Children of the Mountain is therapy-like cult that Franklin's aunt is a member too and also happens that first start of Frankin's safehouse happens be living beyond their centers.

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** The Altruist cult is malevolent cult that disconnected society and all members had so happened be mainly Baby Boomers believing younger generations are 'destroying'.
'creating' all world problems.
** Children of the Mountain is therapy-like cult that Franklin's aunt is a member too and also happens that first start one of two Frankin's safehouse happens be living beyond their centers.headquarters.
8th Jul '17 5:40:29 PM Franco-America2018
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** The Altruist cult is malevolent cult that disconnected society and all members had so happened be mainly Baby Boomers believing younger generations are 'destroying'.
** Children of the Mountain is therapy-like cult that Franklin's aunt is a member too and also happens that first start of Frankin's safehouse happens be living beyond their centers.
4th Jul '17 5:38:35 PM MarqFJA
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* MysteryCult: A cult with ultra-exclusive membership that requires total secrecy from all its members, and only long-time/inner circle members get the privilege of knowing the full picture about the cult's creed.


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Subtropes including the following:
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* ApocalypseCult
* BreedingCult
* CargoCult
* MysteryCult
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21st Jun '17 8:19:20 PM Fireblood
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* ''{{Film/Sweetwater}}'': Josiah formed a small one made up of a few man and his two wives after apparently leaving Mormonism in Utah. His men are unhappy they don't have wives of their own as he promised them yet though.

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* ''{{Film/Sweetwater}}'': Josiah formed a small one made up of a few man men and his two wives after apparently leaving Mormonism in Utah. His men are unhappy they don't have wives of their own as he promised them yet though.
20th Jun '17 11:46:30 AM erforce
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Even the most well-regarded cults should not be confused with {{Cult Classic}}s, which are almost always entirely different. (Although in [[Film/TheWickerMan some]] [[Film/ManosTheHandsOfFate cases]], you'll get a CultClassic that deals with an actual cult.)

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Even the most well-regarded cults should not be confused with {{Cult Classic}}s, which are almost always entirely different. (Although in [[Film/TheWickerMan [[Film/TheWickerMan1973 some]] [[Film/ManosTheHandsOfFate cases]], you'll get a CultClassic that deals with an actual cult.)



* Zero Church from ''Film/LoveExposure''.
* ''Film/RaceWithTheDevil''.
* ''Film/{{Borderland}}''.

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* ''Film/TheWickerMan'', which gets bonus points for being a cult film that's actually ''about'' a cult.

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* ''Film/TheWickerMan'', ''Film/TheWickerMan1973'', which gets bonus points for being a cult film that's actually ''about'' a cult.
17th Jun '17 4:03:38 PM LordInsane
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* [[OurDemonsAreDifferent Daedric]] cults in ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' series both play straight and avert the idea of cults being a ReligionOfEvil. While they aren't worshipping the official religion of TheEmpire, the belief in the Nine Divines, daedric cults are generally decent or at least halfway decent people and even worshipped quite officially in some places, most notably Morrowind. Daedra do have a tendency towards BlueAndOrangeMorality though, so they might still do some weird stuff, at least. Despite that, there are quite a few not-so-nice ones too, especially the Mythic Dawn. There are also a few non-daedric cults, such as those weird people in Hackdirt. In ''[[TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind Morrowind]]'', the organised worship of the Nine Divines is under the aegis of the Imperial Cult, although contextually the meaning is more like 'the Imperial Faith' (the Imperial Cult does not show up in other games, as it is essentially a missionary/minority organisation -- in areas where worship of the Nine/Eight Divines is preeminent faith in them organises into separate but allied churches for the individual divines).

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* [[OurDemonsAreDifferent Daedric]] cults in ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' series both play straight and avert the idea of cults being a ReligionOfEvil. While they aren't worshipping the official religion of TheEmpire, the belief in the Nine Divines, daedric cults are generally decent or at least halfway decent people and even worshipped quite officially in some places, most notably Morrowind. Daedra do have a tendency towards BlueAndOrangeMorality though, so they might still do some weird stuff, at least. Despite that, there are quite a few not-so-nice ones too, especially the Mythic Dawn. There are also a few non-daedric cults, such as those weird people in Hackdirt. In ''[[TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind Morrowind]]'', the organised worship of the Nine Divines is under the aegis of the Imperial Cult, although contextually the meaning is more like 'the Imperial Faith' (the Imperial Cult does not show up in other games, as it is essentially a missionary/minority organisation -- in areas where worship of the Nine/Eight Divines is preeminent faith in them organises into separate but allied churches for the individual divines).
17th Jun '17 3:57:36 PM LordInsane
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* [[OurDemonsAreDifferent Daedric]] cults in ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' series both play straight and avert the idea of cults being a ReligionOfEvil. While they aren't worshipping the official religion of TheEmpire, the belief in the Nine Divines, daedric cults are generally decent or at least halfway decent people and even worshipped quite officially in some places, most notably Morrowind. Daedra do have a tendency towards BlueAndOrangeMorality though, so they might still do some weird stuff, at least. Despite that, there are quite a few not-so-nice ones too, especially the Mythic Dawn. There are also a few non-daedric cults, such as those weird people in Hackdirt.

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* [[OurDemonsAreDifferent Daedric]] cults in ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' series both play straight and avert the idea of cults being a ReligionOfEvil. While they aren't worshipping the official religion of TheEmpire, the belief in the Nine Divines, daedric cults are generally decent or at least halfway decent people and even worshipped quite officially in some places, most notably Morrowind. Daedra do have a tendency towards BlueAndOrangeMorality though, so they might still do some weird stuff, at least. Despite that, there are quite a few not-so-nice ones too, especially the Mythic Dawn. There are also a few non-daedric cults, such as those weird people in Hackdirt. In ''[[TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind Morrowind]]'', the organised worship of the Nine Divines is under the aegis of the Imperial Cult, although contextually the meaning is more like 'the Imperial Faith' (the Imperial Cult does not show up in other games, as it is essentially a missionary/minority organisation -- in areas where worship of the Nine/Eight Divines is preeminent faith in them organises into separate but allied churches for the individual divines).
14th May '17 9:39:04 AM Doug86
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** There is also a ''[[Franchise/DoctorWhoExpandedUniverse New Doctor Who]]'' book which features a cult based around a horrible picture of a clown. The whole book is, essentially, a very paranoid and more than slightly creepy rant about religion (but specifically Christianity). The book's entire message is, literally, "Be very very afraid of [[ArtisticLicenseReligion what I imagine religion to be]]".
%%%% Can anybody give the title of this book? I've linked it to the Expanded Whoniverse page, but it'd be good to have the actual series.

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** There is also a ''[[Franchise/DoctorWhoExpandedUniverse New Doctor Who]]'' book book, entitled ''Night of the Humans'', which features a cult based around a horrible picture of a clown. The whole book is, essentially, a very paranoid and more than slightly creepy rant about religion (but specifically Christianity). The book's entire message is, literally, "Be very very afraid of [[ArtisticLicenseReligion what I imagine religion to be]]". \n%%%% Can anybody give the title of this book? I've linked it to the Expanded Whoniverse page, but it'd be good to have the actual series.
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