The variety in these Fight Club spinoffs is a testament to the strength of its cult following.
As one of the most controversial movies of the 1990s, Fight Club has become a renowned cult classic. As with any other blockbuster release, diehard fans flocked to all the movie merchandise they could get their hands on. Fight clubs as seen in the movie also began popping up all over America, resulting in a few copycats' arrests. Now that the initial wave of popularity and infatuation has simmered, more docile forms of such groups have emerged. For example, there are underground pillow fight clubs all over the world, as well as parodies featuring disgruntled Victorian women who want to let off some steam.
As a movie that still resonates with millions, it is a relief that the extent of its popularity today reaches only the engraving on soap bars and quotes on laptop skins.
From Movie-Themed Hygiene to Rebellious Celebrity Posters
The Foam Weapon League is for Literal Weekend Warriors
Kinetic Movie Dialogue
Adrian Moran Morphs Lines From Fight Club Into Moving Typography
Victorian Fight Clubs
The Jane Austen Fight Club Video Parodies Classic '90s Flicks
Fight Club Sculptures
Claire Oswalt Puts Her Figures Through a Beatdown
Fashionable Fight Clubs
Friday Night Throwdown is the New Forbidden Pastime
At-Home Fight Clubs
The Kickboxing Station Will Get You into Fighting Shape
Pillow Fight Clubs
Now in Buenos Aires
Giant Pop Culture Hits Captured on Small Canvas by Justin Reed
Rebellious Celebrity Posters
The ‘52 Bad Dudes’ Collection Focuses on Delinquent Hotti
Real-Life Fight Clubs
Underground Pillow Fighting Rings Pop Up Worldwide
'Fight Club' Soap Cleans You Up Before You Brawl, Pitt-Style
Belen Asad's 'Fight Club' is a Bruised and Bloody Good Time
Sexy Pillow Fight League
Is Pillow Fight Madness Being Exploited?
Movie Quote Laptop Skins
Computer Customization for Film Buffs is Getting Hotter
Minimalist Movie Posters
Pedro Vidotto Turns Iconic Movies into Simplistic Artwork