Rocky Horror Picture Show

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Rocky Horror Picture Show

El-Jaro El-Jaro
I just found my DVD of this movie. I know there are some funky cats in this circle.

Anyone have anything to say about RHPS? Love it? Hate it? Never heard of it?


I like it. I used to love it, but I just haven't seen it that much.
01/19/2010
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J's Alley J's Alley
Quote:
Originally posted by El-Jaro
I just found my DVD of this movie. I know there are some funky cats in this circle.

Anyone have anything to say about RHPS? Love it? Hate it? Never heard of it?


I like it. I used to love it, but I just haven't seen it that much.
Ahhh!! I love Rocky Horror Picture Show. J thinks I am fucking insane for it, but I grew up in Cali and every now and again you can catch the movie in Hollywood or elsewhere in all it's glory and I LOVE it!!!!
01/19/2010
Sammi Sammi
I saw this the first time on DVD, and wasn't crazy about it. I want to see it like they did in Fame, with the people in the theater doing the acting.
01/19/2010
Chilipepper Chilipepper
Did it between 1993-1999 in the theatre - I even played Magenta a couple of times. The most fun were the pre-shows ... I really am surprised we got away with all the crap we did. I was the Call Line Queen and cast make-up artist from 96-99.

Love the movie; the motion picture debuts of Susan Sarandon, Barry Bostwick, and Tim Curry (who is strangely denying ever having done it). Plus, Meat Loaf had the best cameo appearance ever - bust in, do a song, then get chopped up and served for dinner. However, I've burned out on it and I can only watch it on Halloween now, and usually at home and just shouting call lines.

Fun times, though. It really is an Experience, it can't be fully appreciated in the quiet of a private home.
01/19/2010
El-Jaro El-Jaro
Wait...how can he deny ever doing it?!??! IT'S ON FILM AND SILICONE! strange man who's hot in a corset
01/19/2010
Miss Jane Miss Jane
LOVE IT! And love Tim Curry in a corset, though I don't find him attractive when he's *not* dressed in drag.
01/20/2010
Kayla Kayla
Our BDSM group puts on an annual traditional show of the Rocky Horror picture show. I will work the tickets, but refuse to, at all cost, watch the movie. It's annoying and downright confusing. But I do love helping out, and seeing all of the crossdressers is pretty badass.
01/20/2010
Victoria Victoria
My mom and uncle went many times to the early showings of this 35 years ago - and acted it out etc. They loved it.

When I saw it for the first time, when I was about 13, I was like "what the hell is this?".

I was never a big fan, honestly. And this one die-hard fan that I worked with kinda killed it for me with her constant references. Wanna guess her dom name? Heehee
01/20/2010
Jul!a Jul!a
It's one of my favorite movies, and sadly I only got to discover it just last year


I try not to make too many references, only to people who would appreciate the humor
01/20/2010
Airen Wolf Airen Wolf
Castles don't have phones, asshole....watch out for the slut eating tree! Gawd I loved that movie in my college days. Acted it out, audience participation..good times, good times
01/21/2010
El-Jaro El-Jaro
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Originally posted by Airen Wolf
Castles don't have phones, asshole....watch out for the slut eating tree! Gawd I loved that movie in my college days. Acted it out, audience participation..good times, good times
I like the things people do next to the screen that interact with movie, esp during "Dammit Janet"
01/21/2010
CockGawker CockGawker
Love it!!! - But you must go to a midnight showing in a theater -- that makes it so much better.
03/04/2010
Maiden Maiden
Love it! I haven't seen a local theater do a screening in a LONG time, but I have been dying to take my man to one, he has never been!
09/01/2010
Trashley Trashley
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Originally posted by El-Jaro
I like the things people do next to the screen that interact with movie, esp during "Dammit Janet"
I know! That's the best part. I like making my own kits, but for any of you that don't know, you can usually buy a kit at the showing.
10/02/2010
Tori Rebel Tori Rebel
Love it, have since I was a young teen. Used to go on Friday nights but haven't been in years. And one of my boyfriends was Eddie in a local stage cast.
10/02/2010
Kim! Kim!
I love it! It's been years since I've gone to see it, though I do have the DVD.
One of the times that I went it was the stupidest thing ever. There were no actors, no one did anything, it was just them showing the movie. Stupid. I have gone to see it done correctly though.
10/02/2010
Jobthingy Jobthingy
I watch it every year at Halloween on TV. I have not got to a screening as of yet unfortunately. I do know there is a theater in town that does put it on every year.
10/02/2010
Sera Sera
Quote:
Originally posted by El-Jaro
I just found my DVD of this movie. I know there are some funky cats in this circle.

Anyone have anything to say about RHPS? Love it? Hate it? Never heard of it?


I like it. I used to love it, but I just haven't seen it that much.
Sigh...I hate that movie. My mother-in-law thinks it's so funny. What's so funny is she's the one who told me about it to begin with!
10/26/2010
Sera Sera
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Originally posted by Sammi
I saw this the first time on DVD, and wasn't crazy about it. I want to see it like they did in Fame, with the people in the theater doing the acting.
That would be a good idea.
10/26/2010
Jobthingy Jobthingy
Did anyone watch the Rocky Horror Glee Show tonight?! They did an amazing job on the songs
10/26/2010
Beth D Beth D
I love the RHPS. I think it's the root of my attraction for men in lingerie and heels...

Tonight's Glee episode was all music from it, with edited lyrics of course. It amused me and I think I'll be digging out my RHPS DVD sometime soon while it's on my mind.
10/26/2010
Eeyor89 Eeyor89
Quote:
Originally posted by El-Jaro
I just found my DVD of this movie. I know there are some funky cats in this circle.

Anyone have anything to say about RHPS? Love it? Hate it? Never heard of it?


I like it. I used to love it, but I just haven't seen it that much.
I love this movie. In ATL they play it in a theater on Ponce de Leon, where you get the "true" experiance of people in the audiance throwing things and playing along with it.

Ex. During the song "There's a light over at the Frankenstine place" every one holds up their lighters.

I hope I can go see it there one day. My mom has been like 20 times since she was a teen.
11/10/2010
kck kck
(I have never seen this movie. But I want to.)

(Please don't do terrible things to me.)
11/10/2010
Chilipepper Chilipepper
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Originally posted by kck
(I have never seen this movie. But I want to.)

(Please don't do terrible things to me.)
VIRGIN!!!

Really, try to find a local show to experience it. You can even look it up online to find a place. If they have a pre-show, I should probably warn you that you will be brought up in front for your 'devirginization' and made to do silly (but still legal) things. When I was devirginized in 1993, we newbies were all given red balloons to hold over our heads while the audience sang 'Happy Gang-Bang to You!' and the guy playing Riff 'popped our cherries' with a pin. We were sent back to sit down. I've seen some newbies married off in same-sex unions (we had a guy called Reverend Lips), molested by stuffed animals (most popular was the Tickle-Me-Elmo), and made to perform stunts like in Double Dare (they usually ended up covered in shaving cream).

It's a lot more fun than it sounds. After going through something like that you tend to lose your fear of being in front of an audience.
11/10/2010
GeekWife GeekWife
I used to go to a local theatre showing it once a month here when I was in high school and college. Even got to play Janet for the wedding scene with the players doing it in front of the screen. It was so much fun. I haven't been in almost a decade though. I need to get some friends to go with me and someone to watch my kid

And I'm sorry, the Glee episode... aside of course from Barry Bostwick and Meatloaf having a cameo... made my head hurt. (Don't throw things at me!)
11/10/2010
J's Alley J's Alley
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Originally posted by GeekWife
I used to go to a local theatre showing it once a month here when I was in high school and college. Even got to play Janet for the wedding scene with the players doing it in front of the screen. It was so much fun. I haven't been in almost a ...
I didn't care for it in respect to RHPS, but DAMN John Stamos is ridiculous hot, and he just gets better with age.

I did like the fact that my 5&7 year old were able to enjoy RHPS without the inappropriate parts. Although, the greatest question EVER asked by a 7 year old is now "mommy, what is a transvestite?" That stopped me dead in my tracks. Since my younger daughter was there and she is SO impressionable and would tell EVERYONE at school I just said "Tim Curry in a corset." That satisfied her until I could give her a better answer when her sister wasn't around.

We will be watching the movie as a family this weekend (well, myself, my 7 year old, and her Godmother...since J hates the movie SO much).

On a related note "Toucha Toucha Touch Me" is totally my favorite song EVER!
11/10/2010
Dusk Dusk
Heard a lot about it, but I haven't gotten to see it yet. I really want to go to one of the performances where they act it out in front of the theatre while the movie's playing.
11/10/2010
CS2012 CS2012
My aunt got me to loving the movie. I love love love it. My husband doesn't like it. My aunt & I both hope at some point to go to the theater in Atlanta where the show is being done.
11/10/2010
dv8 dv8
I love the movie, the soundtrack and the musical. If you've never seen the movie, watch it for the first time in a theater with a live cast. Don't let the DVD/Blu-ray take your RHPS virginity.
11/23/2010
OroNomi OroNomi
I love everything about it! I used to attend the local shows and participate when I was younger. Unfortunately they shut down that theatre and no one has done it here since...
11/23/2010
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