19APR 2018
Rocky Horror Picture Show characters

Rocky Horror Picture Show characters

Orange Is the New Black breakout star Laverne Cox was cast as fishnet fatale Frank-N-Furter back in October, but now the Rocky Horror Picture Show remake—which willair on Fox in the fall—has cast the two characters made immortal in the cult film by Barry Bostwick and Susan Sarandon. Wide-eyed Brad and Janet will be played by Victoria Justice (a former Nickelodeon tween star)…

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15APR 2018
Rocky Horror Picture Show movie poster

Rocky Horror Picture Show movie poster

Few cult classics have had such a strong and everlasting cultural impact than “The Rocky Horror Picture Show, ” and it always gains a new set of fans from one generation to the next. Based on the musical The Rocky Horror Show written by Richard O Brien, it was a critical and commercial disappointment upon its release in 1975, but it went on to become a motion picture that…

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11APR 2018
Rocky Horror Glee Episode

Rocky Horror Glee Episode

Be prepared Gleeks: From now on, I’m going to be using the Sam-coined term “ab-ulous” quite often. I’m actually jealous that I didn’t say it first. Let’s use it in a sentence: In the words of Sam, The Rocky Horror Glee Show was “ab-ulous.” In fact, instead of The Rocky Horror Glee Show, it should/could have been called The Ripped Torso Glee Show. Clearly, the gentlemen of the…

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07APR 2018
Rocky Horror Superheroes

Rocky Horror Superheroes

Young patients looked out the window today and saw something amazing. Photos via Instagram It’s a bird. It’s a plane. It’s … Maintenance Man? Patients at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC were visited by a crew of caped crusaders today. Superman, Batman, Spiderman and Captain America were all spotted in the skies of Bloomfield, armed with buckets of Windex and Super-Squeegees…

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03APR 2018
Transylvanian Rocky Horror

Transylvanian Rocky Horror

It’s difficult to review a production of a show after seeing it numerous times elsewhere on stage and literally many hundreds of times on screen, because the inevitable tendency is to emphasize what is different or unusual. However, most audience members think of The Rocky Horror Show as perhaps the definitive iconic Halloween theater piece, and they are coming to see something…

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30MAR 2018
Rocky Horror Picture Show 40th Anniversary

Rocky Horror Picture Show 40th Anniversary

Nearly four decades ago, the ultimate midnight movie was released in theaters and to celebrate, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment will release The Rocky Horror Picture Show 40th Anniversary Blu-ray / DVD on September 22nd, complete with special features aplenty. Rocky Horror Picture Show 40th Anniversary – the ultimate midnight movie – comes home on Blu-ray, DVD and…

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26MAR 2018
Rocky Horror Film cast

Rocky Horror Film cast

Image via Warner Bros. Dammit, Janet! Victoria Justice, pictured below, and Ryan McCartan have joined Fox’s “Rocky Horror Picture Show” television remake and will play the two young leads, Janet and Brad, respectively, TheWrap reports. “Penny Dreadful” star Reeve Carney , who played Peter Parker in Broadway’s “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark, ” has also joined the cast along…

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22MAR 2018
Im Going Home Rocky Horror

Im Going Home Rocky Horror

On August 14, 1975, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, a film version of the then two-year-old The Rocky Horror Show, premiered in London, the birthplace of its stage incarnation. The movie bundled glam rock and B-movies into one glorious, sing-along ball. It tanked. In the United States, the flick was released in late September, in Los Angeles. The film was was canned before it…

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18MAR 2018
Science Fiction Rocky Horror lyrics

Science Fiction Rocky Horror lyrics

Welcome to the jungle. No, welcome to the camp science experiment that is The Rocky Horror Show. The play debuted in London in 1973, made it to Australia in 1974 before it was a cult movie favourite the following year. Now over forty but certainly not fat or fired, this show is still flirty, fun and fabulous, darling. In fact, it could be several decades younger. Richard O’Brien’s…

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