Superhero movies—the modern day Western.
When most people think of superhero movies, they think big budget comic book movies from the likes of Marvel and DC. While those types of movies are obviously vital to the success of the superhero movie genre as a whole, they're not an end-all be-all. There's actually a fair share of superhero movies that aren't derived from source material like comics—totally original works of art, unafraid to throw themselves into realm of superheroics.
Coaching is an underrated aspect of any professional sport. While big-name players, for the most part, get most of the credit, and coaches tend to absorb much of the unwarranted blame, they still remain important figureheads, vital to their team's overall success.
Call it human nature, nosiness, or just plain fascination—there is something inherently intoxicating about cult documentaries. While they are quite dark in nature, they are nonetheless intriguing; mostly due to the fact that they just appear so insane that you couldn't believe people ACTUALLY fell for that kind of a farce. But hindsight is 20/20, and these poor victims who fell pray to "drinking the Kool Aid," so to speak, made gruesome history in the process.
Although I am a huge fan of basketball, at 5'9" and with a vertical jump of a penguin, I'm not necessarily a "menace" on the court. However, I have managed to alter that stigma recently, thanks to a much-improved jump shot. In fact, if it wasn't for my jump shot, I probably wouldn't be able to stay on the court. Now that people have to play up on my shot, I can make up for my lack of athleticism/handles. When you're not the tallest person on the court, having a solid jump shot is a gamechanger.
Football, or "American Football" to those around the globe, has become a staple among sports fan throughout the US. So much so, in fact, that it remains by far the biggest cash cow in American sports.