In the past, I've written some essays critical of Ayn Rand and her movement, Objectivism - a movement I was involved in for a while during the 1980s.
If anyone wants to get a sense of what it was sometimes like among the more stiff-necked Objectivists, there's a fifteen-minute video online of Murray Rothbard's one-act play Mozart Was a Red. It's not the greatest play in the world, and the actors aren't pros, but it does give you a pretty good idea of the intellectual pretentiousness and cultishness that typified the movement.
In case you're wondering, the characters (only slightly caricatured) are based on Ayn Rand, her husband Frank O'Conner, and her sycophantic admirers Nathaniel Branden and Barbara Branden. The bewildered guest is presumably based on Murray Rothbard himself.