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  • IMDb page: The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975) Free Movie Stream HD
  • Rate: 7.2/10 total 75,727 votes 
  • Genre: Comedy | Musical
  • Release Date: 31 August 1975 (Italy)
  • Runtime: 100 min | USA:98 min (edited version)
  • Filming Location: Berkshire, England, UK
  • Budget: $1,200,000 (estimated)
  • Gross: $139,876,417 (USA)
  • Director: Jim Sharman
  • Stars: Tim Curry, Susan Sarandon, Barry Bostwick | See full cast and crew »
  • Soundtrack: Hot Patootie – Bless My Soul (Whatever Happened to Saturday Night?)
  • Sound Mix: Chace Surround (Remix for video release) | Mono (35 mm optical prints) | 4-Track Stereo (35 mm magnetic prints)
  • Plot Keyword: Castle | Transvestite | Transsexual | Transylvania | Time Warp

The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975) Writing Credits By:

  • Richard O'Brien (original musical play)
  • Jim Sharman (screenplay) and
  • Richard O'Brien (screenplay)

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The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975) Known Trivia

  • Most of the actors weren’t told of the prop corpse of Eddie under the dining room tablecloth. When it was revealed during filming, their looks of horror are genuine. 5 of 5 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • One night, during a typical midnight screening at a New York theater, a patron was asked to leave before the film ended. This patron was accused of being an impostor. The patron was Tim Curry. 4 of 4 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Vincent Price was offered the role of the Criminologist, but turned it down due to scheduling conflicts. He was interested in the role as he had seen the West End musical and loved it. 4 of 4 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • In the opening wedding scene, the minister is Tim Curry (Dr. Frank N. Furter), the “old man” to his left is Richard O’Brien (Riff Raff) and the “wife” to his right is Patricia Quinn (Magenta). The spinster who joins them inside the church is Nell Campbell, a.k.a. Little Nell (Columbia). They are parodying the famous American Gothic painting, which appears later on in the castle. 3 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • At the midnight showings, not only do patrons dress up, they bring props. There are no hard-and-fast rules on props, but the following is a list of some of the most common: Rice (to be thrown at Ralph and Betty’s wedding) Water pistols (back row squirts them during rain scene) Newspapers (for front and middle rows to shield themselves from rain) Flashlights or cigarette lighters (“There’s a Light” verse of “Over at Frankenstein Place”) Rubber gloves (during and after the creation speech, Frank snaps his gloves three times) Noisemakers (the Transylvanians applaud Frank’s creation – so should you) Toilet paper [preferably "Scott's" brand] (when Brad yells “Great Scott!”, throw a roll) Confetti (at the end of the “Charles Atlas” reprise, the Transylvanians throw confetti) Toast (when Frank proposes a toast at dinner) Party hat (when Frank puts on his hat to wish Rocky happy birthday, so does the audience) Bell (“When we made it/did you hear a bell ring?”) Cards (“Cards for sorrow/cards for pain”) The props tend to vary somewhat from city to city, especially as some localities (and theaters) impose restrictions. For example, the “There’s a light” prop was almost always lighters during the original 1970s shows, but open flames are now banned in most movie theaters (either by theater policy or by law – and considering that another common prop is newspapers, this is generally a good idea). Another example is that some fans insist that the toast should be buttered. However, many theaters frown on this, due to the mess (and the possibility of someone slipping). 3 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Oakley Court, Dr. Frank N. Furter’s “castle”, was used in numerous Hammer horror films made at adjacent Bray Studios (where the lab and ballroom scenes were shot), including The House in Nightmare Park, The Reptile, The Brides of Dracula and Man in Black. Built in 1859, it was refurbished in 1981 and made into a hotel, where rooms cost from 150 to 195 British pounds per night. 2 of 2 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The movie was banned in South Africa several weeks after release by the Board of Censors, but not before it had been seen by some 250,000 viewers and had a strong cult following. 2 of 2 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The set builders forgot to put an extra door in the lab set, thus Dr. Scott had to crash through the wall for his entrance. 2 of 2 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The studio originally offered a much larger budget to Jim Sharman for the film, on the condition that he cast popular musicians of the day. Sharman insisted upon using the original cast, so as a compromise, he accepted a much smaller budget and agreed to cast American actors in the roles of Brad and Janet. Tim Curry, Richard O’Brien, Patricia Quinn and Nell Campbell created their roles in the original stage production. Jonathan Adams appeared in the original cast as well, playing the role of the Criminologist. Meat Loaf had played the role of Eddie in the original Los Angeles stage production. 2 of 2 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Steve Martin auditioned for the role of Brad. 2 of 2 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |

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Goofs: Errors made by characters (possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers): When Janet and Brad are scuttling off to the side of the stage at the end of Wild and an Untamed Thing, she accidentally stabs his foot with her high heels, causing him to wince and stumble in incredible pain.

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The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975) Story: It’s the weird and wonderful as newly engaged couple Brad and Janet encounter a problem when they car halts in the rain. They both look for contact only to find themselves at the castle of Dr. Frank-N-Furter a transvestite. A place to stay is offered, but will Brad and Janet want to remain there? Especially when a large group of Transylvanians dance to the ‘Time Warp’, Dr. Frank-N-Furter builds his own man and a whole host of participation for the audience to enjoy. Written bysimon

Synopsis

The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975) Synopsis: Over the opening credits a large set of a woman’s lips in red lipstick sing the opening song (‘Science Fiction-Double Feature’).

Brad Majors (Barry Bostwick) and Janet Weiss (Susan Sarandon) are two "normal, ordinary, healthy kids" in November 1974 from the small town of Denton, Ohio whom they first meet in Dr. Scott’s college refresher course and fell in love. Now as the movie opens, they are attending the wedding of Ralph Hapschatt (Jeremy Newson) and Betty Monroe (Hilary Labow) in which Brad is Ralph’s best man and Janet is the maid of honor. Inspired by the events around him, as soon as the other guests leave, Brad asks Janet to marry him in a song (‘Damnit Janet’) inside the church and she accepts. Joyous, the couple decide to go tell Dr. Scott the good news.

Appearing all through the movie, a Criminologist (Charles Gray) comes on and explains that we are about to embark on a strange journey following the misadventures of Brad and Janet. He mentions that despite the storm clouds gathering, the two decided to go for a long drive in the country anyway even though their spare tire was badly in need of air. He claims that Brad and Janet will have "a night to remember for a very long, time."

Back to Brad and Janet, as they drive on, the sun sets and, sure enough, it begins to rain very heavily. Janet is starting to feel ill at ease considering how far out they are and that a bunch of bikers keep passing them on the road and suggests that they should turn back before something bad happens. We hear a loud BANG! and the car skids to a stop.

Brad realizes he messed up badly by not refilling the spare tire and suggests that the two of them go to an old castle they passed along the way to call for help. Janet isn’t so sure this is a good idea, but Brad talks her into it anyway as there’s not much they can do otherwise. As they walk through the rain, Janet tries to shield herself with a newspaper, telling herself through a song that no matter how bad things get, there’s always a good side and that things will always get better. (‘There’s a Light… over at the Frankenstein Place’)

Soon the two arrive on the front doorstep of the castle. Brad knocks and just as the two were about to leave, the door is opened by Riffraff (Richard O’Brien), a tall, gaunt, balding butler in a stark black suit. He glares at them, further unnerving Janet, though Brad tries to be friendly, introducing himself and Janet and explaining that they need a phone as their car has broken down nearby.

The foyer is outlandishly decorated with dark wooden furniture, stuffed dead animals and hunting trophies, and random relics and curiosities. Riffraff explains to Brad and Janet that they’ve arrived on a very special night as "the master" is having a party, where Brad and Janet meet the equally strainge house maid Magenta (Patricia Quinn), which leads into the infamous song "The Time Warp".

The Criminologist comes on and explains the steps to the ‘Time Warp’ dance.

Brad and Janet are ushered into a great hall with a throne and a jukebox at it’s far end where conventionists of every size and description wearing tuxedos and party hats are dancing and singing the (‘Time Warp’). During the song we are introduced to the gold-sequin-wearing, tap dancing Columbia (Little Nell). All of this is too much for Janet and Brad who try to sneak out carefully. Janet begs Brad to leave as the place is creepy, but Brad simply says that they should stay to watch more "folk dancing." Janet refuses as she’s "cold, wet and just plain scared!", though Brad tries to reassure her.

Janet turns around to leave and sees Dr. Frank N. Furter (Tim Curry) in full drag regalia, wrapped up in a black cloak. She screams and faints. Frank introduces himself though a song as a (‘Sweet Transvestite’) from Transsexual, Transylvania". Brad asks him for help, explaining his plight, and Frank smirks and acknowledges that yeah, Brad needs help, and offers him a mechanic at first only to change his mind as "Maybe the rain isn’t REALLY to blame" and instead decides to "remove the cause but NOT the symptoms."

Frank then goes into an elevator and rises upstairs to the applause of the partying conventionists. Riffraff and Magenta strip Brad and Janet down to their underwear. Brad and Janet then are prodded into the elevator and taken upstairs to Frank’s laboratory.

Brad and Janet are led out into the center of an observing room where they are put on display by Dr. Frank N. Furter, now wearing a lab coat and long surgical gloves. The Transylvanian conventionists watch the events from an above balcony. Frank N. Furter then walks over to a box-like shape covered by a tarp and throws off the covering to reveal a tank. He shouts for Magenta and Riffraff to set the controls and start the machinery as the room darkens. Frank himself laughs maniacally as he turns knobs, dials, and wheels as fluids pour into the tank and a humanoid form appears slowly, skeleton first, much to Janet and Brad’s terror.

Carefully, Frank N. Furter leads out the humanoid figure wrapped entirely in bandages and cuts them away to reveal a full-grown man with blond hair, tanned skin, blue eyes and a muscular figure wearing only a skimpy golden bikini over his crotch. Riffraff spins some wheels he shouldn’t have while cackling to himself, setting the blond man, known as Rocky Horror (Peter Hinwood), loose. Frank chases Rocky through the lab crying his name as a bouncy song about the creation (‘I Can Make You a Man’), Rocky feeling a sense of dread plays. Eventually Frank catches Rocky and scolds him for misbehaving, but says he forgives him as he’s beautiful (‘Sword of Damocles’).

Then, the deep freeze malfunctions and Columbia squeals, "Eddie!" A burly, heavyset biker named Eddie (Meatloaf) rides out on a motorcycle, dressed in black leather, singing about his former glory (‘Whatever Happened to Saturday Night?/Hot Patootie’) The conventionists eat it up, enjoying the show, but Frank becomes wrathful that Eddie stole his thunder and takes out a pickax, chasing Eddie into the deep freeze where he is hacked to bits. This puts everyone, even the giddy conventionists into a shocked and somber mood. Frank, tires to pick things up by talking about how beautiful Rocky is in a song (‘I Can Make You a Man, reprise’), leading away his new creation to a "bedchamber" in a wedding-style procession.

The Criminologist comes on again and mentions that Brad and Janet are in trouble now as they are being led away to separate rooms for the night.

While separated, Frank N. Furter comes into Janet’s bedroom, dressed as Brad, and seduces Janet. Then he goes into Brad’s room, dressed as Janet and tries to seduce Brad. Brad puts up a little bit of a fight, but is talked into it. Afterwards, Janet feels frightened and used and goes to look for Brad. Meanwhile, Rocky escapes from the bedchamber and is running loose, chased by dogs through the rain outside the castle by the gleeful Riffraff. While wandering the castle lost and afraid, Janet encounters Rocky hiding in his tank at the lab. Seeing that he’s injured, she tears her petticoat to bandage his wounds, pausing as she realizes she’s aroused.

The Criminologist comes on and mentions the complexity of human emotions and the dangers of lust. He fades away to Magenta and Columbia who are secretly watching Rocky and Janet in the tank via a monitor in their room.

Janet tries to seduce Rocky, explaining that she used to be a virgin, but now she finds she really likes sex and wants it NOW (‘Toucha Toucha Touch Me’). Rocky is more than happy to oblige. Meanwhile, Columbia and Magenta watch in secret from the closed circuited TV, laughing and playing with one another, making fun of the events unfolding before them.

As the two women enjoy one another, Frank N. Furter beats up Riffraff for letting Rocky loose, while Brad watches with horror. An alarm goes off and Riffraff looks on another TV monitor and mentions that someone is outside by the main gate as they all look and see a middle aged man in a wheelchair buzzing the intercom at the front gate. Dr. Everett Scott (Jonathan Adams) has arrived at the castle. Brad recognizes his old teacher and is happy to see him, but Frank N. Furter is angry that the two know one another, recognizing Dr. Scott as a federal agent investigating UFOs, suspecting Brad and Janet are actually spies. Brad denies this, explaining that Dr. Scott is his science teacher from Denton High, but Frank doesn’t believe him.

Meanwhile, Dr. Scott enters the castle and finds himself alone in the ‘zen room’ filled with various smoldering insence. Frank N. Furter takes Brad to the lab where he turns on a powerful magnet to drag Dr Scott’s wheelchair up to them… with Dr. Scott still inside it. The clunk of Dr. Scott’s wheelchair arriving wakes the sleeping Janet and Rocky who sit up in shock. Everyone in the room is frightened, confused and hurt to see one another here. Magenta appears up and announces that dinner is ready. Attempting to handle things with grace, Dr. Frank N. Furter dismisses everyone for dinner, informing them that formal attire is optional as he stomps off enraged.

Everyone meets in a grand dining room for a dinner of roasted beef and vegetables in honor of Rocky’s Birthday. Frank demands that everyone sing Rocky "Happy Birthday." Dr. Scott reveals in a song (‘Eddie’s Teddy’) that he’s not here to investigate Frank and his household, but to look for his nephew, Eddie, who went missing with a cryptic cry for help in a letter being the last contact he had from him. Sure, Eddie was a no good kid, but he’s still family. In response to this, the tablecloth is pulled off the table to reveal Eddie’s hacked-up body in a glass case… and the fact that they were being served roast Eddie for dinner. Brad and Dr. Scott are paralyzed with terror, and Janet runs to Rocky’s arms. Frank is outraged, slapping Janet. Janet runs away with Frank chasing after her, encouraging her through a song (‘Once in a While’) to stop sleeping with everyone else as she’s now his.

Janet, followed by Frank N. Furter, Rocky, Brad, and Dr. Scott end up in the lab again. Frank pulls a switch to "glue" everyone’s feet to the floor but his. Everyone tells Frank he’s a "Hot dog." In response, he simply flips a switch and turns them all to stone. Columbia comes in and tells Frank he’s gone too far this time as now people are really hurt. Frank N Furter simply responds by turning Columbia to stone, too. He then tells Riffraff and Magenta to prepare for the floor show.

The Criminologist comes on and hints that in this place where nothing’s as it seems, the Floor Show is going to be something very shocking.

The next scene we see the statue versions of everyone on stage, now all wearing fishnets, makeup, a thong and the same bustier. One by one they are unfrozen, and they each sing and dance a song (‘Floor Show’) about how they’ve changed since they came here. Rocky and Columbia sing about their past times (‘Rose Tint My World’). Frank N. Furter, Brad and Janet sing their own version (‘Fanfare/Don’t Dream It’). Dr. Scott is accidentally unfrozen and realizes that this place is a trap and everyone should run while they still are sane enough to escape. Frank N. Furter comes out like a prized showgirl and sings a solo, starting an orgy in a swimming pool that is uncovered as he sings. After the orgy, Frank N. Furter sings a song praising his wild and untamed household (‘Wild and Untamed Thing’).

This song, however is interrupted by Riffraff and Magenta, now wearing strange uniforms and armed with laser ray guns. Riffraff informs Frank that it’s all over as his mission was a failure due to Frank becoming too extreme. He declares that Frank is now his and Magenta’s prisoner as he has been made commander, and that they’re going back to their home planet of Transylvania in the Galaxy of Transexual immediately. Frank is happy for this, singing about how long he’s been wanting to go back to the homeland he was exiled from (‘I’m Going Home’). Riffraff stops him again and explains that only he and Magenta are going home; Frank N. Furter is to be killed as Riffraff replies: "say hello to oblivion". Riffraff points a ray gun at Frank, but Columbia screams in an attempt to save Frank. Riffraff quickly turns around and kills her. Riffraff then kills Frank as he tries to run away. Rocky, seeing his creator fall, grabs Frank and climbs the set in the background of the stage, crying in rage and pain. It takes several shots from the ray gun, but Rocky is killed and falls into the pool where he and his creator float dead.

Riffraff turns to Brad, Janet and Dr. Scott and tells them to leave now while they still can and they do so. Meanwhile, in a now empty house, Magenta and Riffraff celebrate going home as an incestuous relationship is implied. Brad and Janet, carrying Dr. Scott, escape just as the castle explodes and flies away under a rainbow and blue skies of dawn back to Riffraff and Magenta’s home planet, leaving Dr. Scott, Janet, and Brad writing on the charred ground, still in drag from the floor show as it flies away into space. (In some versions the three of them sing one final song about loss of innocence called ‘Superheros’.)

The Criminologist comes back one last time with the somber, iconic lines describing the flying away of the house:

"And crawling… on the planet’s face… some insects… called the human race. Lost in time… and lost in space…. and meaning."

 

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  • Lou Adler known as executive producer
  • John Goldstone known as associate producer
  • Michael White known as producer

Watch The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975) Movie Free Online HD FullCast & Crew:

  • Tim Curry known as Dr. Frank-N-Furter – A Scientist
  • Susan Sarandon known as Janet Weiss – A Heroine
  • Barry Bostwick known as Brad Majors – A Hero
  • Richard O'Brien known as Riff Raff – A Handyman
  • Patricia Quinn known as Magenta – A Domestic
  • Nell Campbell known as Columbia – A Groupie (as Little Nell)
  • Jonathan Adams known as Dr. Everett V. Scott – A Rival Scientist
  • Peter Hinwood known as Rocky Horror – A Creation
  • Meat Loaf known as Eddie – Ex Delivery Boy (as Meatloaf)
  • Charles Gray known as The Criminologist – An Expert
  • Jeremy Newson known as Ralph Hapschatt
  • Hilary Farr known as Betty Munroe Hapschatt (as Hilary Labow)
  • Perry Bedden known as The Transylvanians
  • Christopher Biggins known as The Transylvanians
  • Gaye Brown known as The Transylvanians
  • Ishaq Bux known as The Transylvanians
  • Stephen Calcutt known as The Transylvanians
  • Hugh Cecil known as The Transylvanians
  • Imogen Claire known as The Transylvanians
  • Tony Cowan known as The Transylvanians
  • Sadie Corre known as The Transylvanians
  • Fran Fullenwider known as The Transylvanians
  • Lindsay Ingram known as The Transylvanians
  • Peggy Ledger known as The Transylvanians
  • Annabel Leventon known as The Transylvanians (as Annabelle Leventon)
  • Anthony Milner known as The Transylvanians
  • Pamela Obermeyer known as The Transylvanians
  • Tony Then known as The Transylvanians
  • Kimi Wong known as The Transylvanians
  • Gina Barrie known as Bridesmaid (uncredited)
  • Rufus Collins known as The Transylvanians (uncredited)
  • Mark Johnson known as Wedding Guest (uncredited)
  • Petra Leah known as Bridesmaid (uncredited)
  • Frank Lester known as Wedding Dad (uncredited)
  • John Marquand known as Father (uncredited)
  • Richard Nixon known as Himself (archive sound) (uncredited)
  • Koo Stark known as Bridesmaid (uncredited)
  • Henry Woolf known as Wedding Photographer / Transylvanian (uncredited)

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Supporting Department

Makeup Department: The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975)
  • Ramon Gow known as hairdresser
  • Pierre La Roche known as original makeup designs creator
  • Peter Robb-King known as makeup artist
  • Graham Freeborn known as assistant makeup artist (uncredited)
  • Ernest Gasser known as assistant makeup artist (uncredited)
  • Helen Lennox known as assistant hair stylist (uncredited)
  • Mike Lockey known as assistant hair stylist (uncredited)
  • Jane Royle known as assistant makeup artist (uncredited)

The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975) Art Department:

  • Dick Frift known as construction manager
  • Ian Whittaker known as set dresser
  • Don Bradburn known as dressing props (uncredited)
  • Norman Dorme known as assistant art director (uncredited)
  • Bob Douglas known as stand-by props (uncredited)
  • Bob Hedges known as stand-by props (uncredited)
  • John Leuenberger known as property master (uncredited)
  • Bryn Siddall known as property buyer (uncredited)
  • John Siddall known as draughtsman (uncredited)
  • Bob Spencer known as scenic artist (uncredited)

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Company

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  • Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation (presents) (as Twentieth Century Fox)

The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975) Free Movie Stream HD Other Companies:

  • Camera Effects  title sequences
  • Nine Nine Cars Ltd.  action cars
  • Olympic Studios  music recorded at
  • Otto and Windsor Casting Ltd.  casting consultants: USA (as Otto and Windsor)
  • Post Haste Sound  sound post-production (7.1 Remastered Version)
  • Ruby Service Company  production services
  • Thorn EMI Elstree Studios  post-production

The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975) Distributors:

  • Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation (1975) (USA) (theatrical)
  • 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment España S.A. (2001) (Spain) (DVD)
  • 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment (2001) (Germany) (DVD)
  • 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment (2011) (Germany) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
  • 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment (USA) (DVD)
  • 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment (USA) (laserdisc)
  • Asociace Ceských Filmových Klubu (ACFK) (Czech Republic)
  • CBS/Fox (1984) (West Germany) (VHS)
  • CBS/Fox (USA) (VHS)
  • CBS/Fox (USA) (laserdisc)
  • Fox Network (1993) (USA) (TV) (original airing)
  • Fox Video (USA) (VHS)
  • Fox Video (USA) (laserdisc)
  • Image Entertainment (laserdisc)
  • Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment (2010) (Netherlands) (DVD) (Blu-ray)

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  1. taysurfs from Seattle, United States says:

    Those who gave this gem a low score – Please! Crawl back in yourcardboard life and stay there! This film bubbles with zest, wit, subtlehumor, raw humor, strange scenes, great songs and a huge host ofmemorable characters. Most of the characters are drawn as sharply as ifa straight razor…well, not straight…as if a razor had been used.Not intended for the super straight part of our culture, which is whyit usually plays at midnight shows, but you’ll notice that it’s beenplaying steadily for 30 years now, especially along the Americancoasts, which is a better record that almost anything else you canthink of (excluding Gome With The Wind in Atlanta, a single town). Ieven took my mother to one of the 15 or so theater viewings I’veattended. She thought the dressed up audience was a little strange, butshe found out why they were so enthusiastic and quite liked the show.It’s just a time slip….

  2. Gazzer-2 from USA says:

    A squeaky-clean young couple, Brad & Janet (Barry Bostwick & SusanSarandon), get a flat tire on a late rainy night, and decide to stop off ata nearby castle to use the residents’ phone and call for help. What theydon’t realise is that these are no ordinary residents: Dr. Frank N Furter(Tim Curry), with assistance from his servants Riff Raff (Richard O’Brien),Magenta (Patricia Quinn), and their ragtag bunch of fellow Transylvanians,has his own diabolical plans for the evening, set against a kick-butt rock’n’ roll music score….

    Call me a twisted "Rocky Horror" fan, but I actually prefer to watch thiscult classic movie-musical in the comfort of my own home, rather than goingout to one of those midnight theatrical screenings that have made this 1975film so popular. Oh, I’m sure there’s great fun to be had at a midnightshowing, but the fact is, you’re not going to see or hear very much of themovie itself, what with the audience shouting & throwing stuff at the screenliterally every two seconds (think of "Mystery Science Theater 3000" onspeed), as well as the live cast performing in front of the movie screen! Ifyou want to really *see and hear* "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" as youwould any other film, watch it on video first. Then, when you’ve got themovie firmly etched in your head, head out to the theater. But NOTbefore!

    Having said that, this movie version of the hit stage musical written byRichard O’Brien (Riff Raff himself), is a ton of great, naughty fun. Itwonderfully sends up B-movie sci-fi/horror flicks, with a playful, healthydose of blatant sexual innuendo thrown in for good measure. Classic,memorable rock ‘n’ roll tunes written by O’Brien throughout, including "TheTime Warp," "Sweet Transvestite," "Hot Patootie"….the list goes on and on.And, of course, you have a spectacular cast, led by Tim Curry, who IS thelarger-than-life Dr. Frank N Furter, and a young, attractive Susan Sarandon,who simply lights up the screen as Janet. But everyone else, including BarryBostwick, Meatloaf, Little Nell, Patricia Quinn, and Charles Gray all makeexcellent contributons, too.

    I love "The Rocky Horror Picture Show": it’s very funny, sexy, andbrilliantly performed, with great rock ‘n’ roll music t’boot. But I,personally, still prefer to watch it at home, where I can see the film inpeace & quiet without being yelled in my ear, getting soaked, or having rice& toast tossed all around me!

  3. mercuryix-1 from United States says:

    Or I should say, the Sweet Transvestite of all cult films!

    To those who haven’t seen Rocky Horror, don’t bother reading reviewsabout it. It won’t mean anything. Don’t rent it on DVD which itrecently came out on. It also won’t mean anything, because it’s missingthe thing that gave it and the stage play that preceded it life… theaudience. By definition, a cult film is meant to be seen by a group.Preferably, a large one.

    I saw Rocky Horror 20-something years ago, and wound up playing "Brad"with the players next to the stage. Something I would normally neverdo. Why? The show’s energy sucked me in. More accurately, theaudience’s energy sucked me in.

    The show, with a revved-up audience, is almost like a dialogue betweenthe movie and the people watching it. It celebrates sex, hedonism, evenwhile playing out the danger, violence, and tragedy it can result in.It allows the audience of mostly young kids to exude and rejoice intheir sexuality, whatever it is. And without ever taking their clothesoff. I think that is the real appeal of the show. There’s a joyousness,and a strange innocence, in throwing raunchy comments at the screen,watching the live performers on-stage act out the scenes in racycostumes, and sharing the energy anonymously in the dark withstrangers.

    The live show with the original actors must have been electrifying.Plays always have more energy than films because of the immediacy ofthe live actors, and the energy must have been even more intense. I’llalways regret not having the chance to have seen it.

    The movie itself has been described too many times for me to give asynopsis. I will however say that it is really a collage of feelings,ranging from fear, trepidation, excitement, lust, joyous sexualfulfillment, more lust, tragedy, and a strange sadness at the end.Basically, all the emotions that make life worth living, in an hour anda half. However, the visceral enjoyment of this film, and the emotionsit brings, will only be experienced with a large, highly energizedaudience. If you get a chance, and if you can get your reserved ego outof the way, go to a midnight showing in your area when you know there’sgoing to be a big showing. Don’t go expecting a logical, coherentstoryline. Its about experience, not narrative. You’ll get anexperience that you’ve been missing your whole life. At the end, thereis a message here, hidden under all the seemingly blissful hedonism. Ittakes a long time for it to become clear, however.

    I wonder if O’Brian, its creator, was clever enough to have put itthere all along?

    By the way, there is no nudity or actual sex in the entire movie. For amovie with its reputation, that’s pretty amazing. Compared to theslasher/gore fests passing themselves off as film these days, the movieis strangely quaint and innocent. But then, that’s what true enjoymentof sensuality should be.

    For a cult film, 10 out of 10 stars. It doesn’t get any better thanthis as cult films go.

  4. didi-5 from United Kingdom says:

    Moving on from the riotous cult stage show which was born in a smallstudio theatre in the early 70s, this movie version is a well-cast,outrageous romp showcasing the absurdity and sci-fi obsession ofRichard O’Brien’s inventive musical.

    The small cast – the wonderful Tim Curry as Frank ‘n Furter (the sweettransvestite from transsexual Transylvania’); Barry Bostwick and SusanSarandon as the odd science students Brad and Janet; Patricia Quinn asMagenta (‘a domestic’); Little Nell as Columbia (‘a groupie’), JonathanAdams as Dr Scott; Meat Loaf as Eddie; Richard O’Brien himself as thehandyman Riff Raff; Peter Hinwood as the muscle man Rocky, created byFrank in a spoof on Frankenstein; and Charles Gray having a great timeas the Criminologist – are all really good, and the songs are terrific,from the madness of ‘The Timewarp’ and ‘Sweet Transvestite’, to theethereal ‘There’s a Light’ and ‘I’m Going Home’, by way of the rocky’Whatever Happened To Saturday Night?’ and the film-reference heavy’Science Fiction Double Feature’.

    Great, great fun and the floor show sequence in particular, showcasingFrank’s obsession with Fay Wray and the RKO cheapies, is exceptional,with its statues in basques and its huge swimming pool. Trash, yes, butclassy trash, and most enjoyable.

  5. mdm-11 from United States says:

    We-e-e-elcome to the Late Night Double Feature Picture Show! ThisCult-Classic mixes elements of "Bride of Frankenstein" with "ForbiddenPlanet", "The Day The Earth Stood Still" and other classic HorrorFlicks. This is a brilliantly conceived original, unsurpassed by anysimilar effort.

    The heroes, a newly engaged young couple, are stranded with car troubleon a rainy night, looking to use the phone at the "FrankenfurterMansion". They are in for a turbulent ride! There are some great song &dance numbers here, most noteworthy the "Time Warp" and the numbersinvolving "Eddie" (played by a then unknown Meatloaf). Tim Curry isdelicious as the bisexual satyr-like Frankenfurter, who sees his youngvisitors as fair game for seduction.

    The action is fast paced with one thrill after another. It’s quiteunderstandable that some fans have watched this film every Saturday atMidnight for the past 30 years. Get a bag of rice, toast, a squirt-gun,surgical gloves, etc, and have yourself a Rocky Horror Picture ShowParty!

  6. Lee Eisenberg (lee.eisenberg.pdx@gmail.com) from Portland, Oregon, USA says:

    Well, everybody knows that "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" is probablythe ultimate cult classic; at this point, "RHPS" isn’t even really acult movie anymore, due to its prominence. The plot (or whatever it is)of course has Janet Weiss (Susan Sarandon) and Brad Majors (BarryBostwick) going to a castle run by the bizarre Dr. Frank-N-Furter (TimCurry), a "transvestite from transsexual Transylvania". Mostly, themovie seems like a big excuse to be weird, and they do just that togreat effect. And who ever would have guessed that Susan Sarandon, nowknown for serious roles, could do such a cool job singing? So, was"RHPS" trying to tell us anything? Who cares? It’s just so neat thatyou just have to sit back and enjoy. And enjoy you will, even if youthink that nothing good came out of the ’70s (I, for one, don’t holdthat opinion).

  7. ItWasGreatWhenItAllBegan from United States says:

    The Rocky Horror Picture Show isn’t a film for everyone. You need asense of humor to enjoy, I would say, and must have an open mind.

    Back in the 70s I used to see this film almost every weekend with mybuddies. It was a blast! The audience participation is so energetic!Dressing up was also something I loved doing (I’d dress as Magenta!)The film is hilarious and the lines delivered are priceless. Kudos toRichard O’Brien for writing such a good script! And the actors weresimply amazing!! A first role for many of the stars. Tim Curry standsout as Dr. Frank-N-Furter, ‘the sweet transvestite from Transsexual,Transylvania’, a role he will always be famous and remembered for. Heis so hilarious, delivers his lines perfectly and, if I do say somyself, he is quite magnetizing! Susan Sarandon performs great as JanetWeiss and has a very nice singing voice. Barry Bostwick’s character,Brad, is simply lovable! Patricia Quinn and Little Nell are 2 beautifulwomen playing 2 beautiful characters who are also very entertaining!Charles Gray and Jonathan Adams are also a great addition to the film.

    Another major plus of this film is the singing and the dancing! Catchysongs and thrilling dance numbers drew me to this film the most! So seeit at home, see it in the theater, but just make sure you see it andget ready to have ultimate fun with what is, in my opinion, the bestmovie out there!!

  8. Adriane Simo (adriane7@mindspring.com) from chandler, az says:

    Oh, come on admit it: we all love this movie and have gone to see it inthetheatre. I have only seen it live once, but it was something that I won’tsoon forget. I still love watching it at home and practice the singing!TimCurry, Susan and Barry are all hilarious, and the songs will be foreverimbedded into your brain. "Damn it Janet, I love you."

  9. Righty-Sock (robertfrangie@hotmail.com) from Mexico says:

    A middle-class young couple, motoring in the country on their weddingnight, have car trouble in front of a huge mansion… Wanting to use thephone, the two approach the house and go in just as its master, Dr.Frank N. Furter, is leading an experiment… His newly made creature, thebody-beautiful Rocky, is ready to be unveiled, and the innocent coupleis caught up in this strange household filled with the doctor's campy,exotically dressed admirers… Both the wife and the husband are seducedby this garter-belted "scientist."

    The film's first half is fast and funny, with virtually every song amemorable one… But the second half tries to do too much and the filmloses much of its potency… Nevertheless, the adorable characters makethis a delightful entertainment…

  10. Jack Baron (jackbaron4@aol.com) says:

    For those of you who are not old enough or have been living under a rock forthe last 25 years, Rocky Horror Picture Show is about a hopful, about to bemarried couple venturing to see an old friend, when a flat tire stops themshort. They wander into a strange castle where a party is being held. I willnot reveal any more, but all i can say now is that the events which occurwill be remember for a long, long time.

    Now, to the review. This movie is an excellant exploration film. Itpushed to limits that where unheard of back in the 70′s. It bombed at theboxoffice. Evenwith strong songs, it was the worst bomb of the 70′s, perhapsof all time. ( I can’t back that up) in all aspects, the movie sucked. Someawful performences by a few cast memebers and an offbeat plot make due for abad movie.

    That’s the normal Vhs version. The new DVD is an excellant buy foranyone interested in the film. All Rocky Horror fans should own it. Itfeatures new songs and an audience participation backing. But the only wayto enjoy the greatest musical ever is to see it at a midnight showing. Youwill love it. The audience will be rather insane, mind you. But never theless, it’s an excellant show.

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