The Rocky Horror Picture Show
The Rocky Horror Picture Show may very well be granddaddy of all cult films. And fans of cult films often discover weird things about their favorite movies. For example, Movoto crunched some numbers and figured out the exact selling price of Dr. Frank-N-Furter's castle, $224,224.
The San Francisco Comedy Festival, better known as SF Sketchfest, had quite the surprise when special guest Barry Bostwick was invited to introduced his classic film The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Host Peaches Christ presided over the evening's events, which were ... interesting.
Who knew that Syracuse was such a hotbed of horror? It seems like every week they're either screening Shock Wave or The Human Centipede 2 or having a zombie night of some kind. Well then, you've got to figure the Orangemen know how to do Halloween…how's this for a double bill, Frankenstein and The Rocky Horror Picture Show (audience participation required).
All the Rocky Horror Picture Show fans out there will be happy to know that Halloween night in L.A. a record was set for the most fans ever to do "The Time Warp" at one time! We've got images from the event as well as video just waiting for you to take a jump to the left and then a step to the right! From the Press Release
The number of home video releases on October 19th is not as abundant as in recent weeks, and fewer re-released titles means those that are available are much more special. In this batch one Adrien Brody flick competes with another, and at least two independent horror titles are making a splash. Two beloved classic films return in Blu-ray where one is supplemented by a documentary treatment of it.
It's coming. Or should I say cumming? One cannot help but get a little dirty when it comes (there I go again) to The Rocky Horror Picture Show, and now the cult flick is getting ready to strut its stuff in high definition.
Curious about what types of terrors you're going to be experiencing at Universal's Halloween Horror Nights 2009? We'll we've got the skinny on a preview for you, so steady yourself and prepare for a quick glimpse at just a few of the things going bump in the night.
This year's Halloween Horror Nights looks set to be the biggest, best, and most rockin' horror themed shindig ever! My Bloody Valentine, Halloween, Saw, Shaun of the Dead themed attractions will be alive and kicking along with the addition of The Rocky Horror Picture Show.
Now this might go down in history as one of the worst ideas in Hollywood history; remaking The Rocky Horror Picture Show. I mean, seriously, is this necessary? The original has been annoying me since it was released in 1975, why do we need another take on it?