Rated R · 95 minutes · 1975

Musical comedy
Become a creature of the night by taking a time warp back to 1975 to get pummeled by toilet paper and toast as you watch the seemingly sinless Susan Sarandon and Barry Bostwick, with Tim Curry prancing around wearing Victoria's Secret in this ultimate cult classic. Naïve newlyweds (Sarandon and Bostwick) are stranded in a cesspool of sex and sin, in an ominous castle owned by a lurid transvestite (Curry) who toils at creating a blonde sex-slave with a chiseled chest while corrupting the no-longer-virtuous couple over a Hannibal Lecter-style meatloaf dinner. But don't just sit back and relax through this exotic erotica; join in with the audience to mock the neckless narrator, to simulate rain with a squirt gun and to sing along to the titillating tunes in this ultra original musical.

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Official Site: www.rockyhorror.com
Director: Jim Sharman
Writer: Richard O'Brien and Jim Sharman
Producer: Lou Adler, John Goldstone and Michael White
Cast: Tim Curry, Susan Sarandon, Barry Bostwick, Richard O'Brien, Jonathan Adams, Nell Campbell, Peter Hinwood, Patricia Quinn, Meat Loaf, Charles Gray, Jeremy Newson, Hilary LaBow, Frank Lester and Koo Stark


The Rocky Horror Picture Show

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