The Rocky Horror Picture Show

Absolutely demented horror/musical/comedy which has absolutely nothing to show except for it's good songs and Tim Curry's spirited debut performance. A man and his fiancee's car breaks down in the middle of pouring rain, so they head for the nearest spooky castle to make a phone call. They are greeted by a creepy butler and as if that isn't enough, they find themselves in the middle of the Annual Transylvania Convention (full of crudely-dresses transvestites). After that point, the plot of the film is lost and most of the material relies on poor humor and sick jokes. Through the years, this film has become a cult classic, famous for midnight showings where die hard participants sing and dance along. Sounds like fun ----- bwaaahahah!

Movie reviewed by Michael Lawrence



Tim Curry, Susan Sarandon, Barry Bostwick, Richard O'Brien, Jonathan Adams, Meatloaf, Little Nell, Patricia Quinn

Directed by:

Jim Sharman


1975 horror/musical

Rated R


Don Ignacio's score: C-

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