I haven't seen much discussion of this anywhere, perhaps partly because he's seen as opposing the SJWs present in university departments (he certainly pretends to as much), but Slavoj Zizek is probably the most authentically Frankfurt School philosopher today, and alarmingly he's becoming somewhat popular, for example the BBC has done a lot of programs featuring him, and /leftypol/ worships him. but it's not like with other Socialists who have strong and radical disagreements with the Frankfurt School, he seems to draw directly from it.
Like Horkheimer and Adorno, he often combines Neo-Marxist theory with the psychoanalysis of Freud, in order to lump Capitalism and Fascism together as two sides of the same coin, where Capitalism creates the psychological conditions that necessarily result in Fascism. He also is alarmingly close to Horkheimer's latest beliefs, where toward the end of his life he retreated back toward Left-Hegelianism. despite having stated during his debate with Peterson his intention to "return Marx to Hegel", the direct parallels this creates between him and Horkheimer have gone completely ignored, so far as I can tell. So too this means that he is disseminating more dangerous ideas to University and College youth than mere Leninism, which doesn't have much of an interest in social matters - a core idea of the Frankfurt School is that the family unit as it exists under capitalism is the primary psychological breeding ground of fascism, and as such deconstruct and seek to end the family as it exists - Zizek takes this and runs with it, perverting the way so many youth view their family relations by separating out the people that are their parents from their parental roles, defining fatherhood and motherhood as mere concepts that inhabit their parents as people, and thus to think of them as parents, to Zizek, renders impossible a healthy and real relationship with them. imagine the kind of harm this does to real child-parent relationships of Zizek followers!!
And of course the biggest disagreement between the Frankfurt School and other Socialists is their view of revolution, where to other Socialists all revolution is good, whereas to the Frankfurt School, an unprepared revolution merely results in Fascism (which is how they examine the USSR), which they specifically target as being antisemitic, stating that an unformed critique of capitalism results in blaming Jews instead of Capitalist market forces, thus resulting in the Nazi holocaust and the Soviet doctor's plot - and what do you know, Zizek copies this exact line too in his analysis of the London riots.
so cultural marxism is back in orthodox form, and it's successfully managed to portray itself as opposed to the SJW movement that it helped create. is Zizek the next face of a newer, stronger SJW movement? is he dangerous, and could he be a cryptojew?