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The Rocky Horror Picture Show - Single Disc Edition [DVD] 
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Tim Curry, Susan Sarandon and Meat Loaf star in this cult musical sci-fi spoof written by Richard O'Brien. When bland engaged couple Brad (Barry Bostwick) and Janet (Sarandon) seek shelter after their car breaks down in a storm, they find themselves made welcome in the very weird home of mad scientist Dr Frank N. Furter (Curry), an alien transvestite who is building a monster called Rocky.
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Extras are a plenty, including a commentary by Richard O Brien, a large photo gallery, deleted scenes, a handful of outtakes, a sing-a-long track, a shadow cast PIP, the list goes on, almost double that I've mentioned here.
Anyway, get your fishnet stockings on and take this for a spin.
Was looking forward to this but the lip sync is so far out it's unwatchable as it does shows the remastered soundtrack is poorly layered on top. The b&w start option the sync was even worse. I would like to try the US version on the disk and see if it's better but it will not give me the option as other have said it sticks on the resume instead.
Edit, found if you select mono the sync seems to be ok
Bought this as old one scratched. One of my favourites which I always tell people it the DVD version of Marmite... You either love it or hate it.
Nothing of course, will ever beat seeing this on stage. Just let loose and relax and enjoy. I personally think that Rocky Horror holds different meanings to everyone but I also think there are some people who just don't get it at all.
Product arrived before the date given.
Packaging was fine and dvd was still attached inside case.
Was it as great as I remembered it?
Was I in for a big let-down?
No, no and thrice no. It's still bloody fantastic!
We only had a VHS copy of this so I needed to get a DVD version to introduce my kids to this show.
They think it's a little odd, but we all know that it isn't. Don't we?
Its a dark and stormy evening, Janet Weiss (Susan Sarandon) and Brad Majors (Barry Bostwick) are making their way towards Dr. Scott (Jonathan Adams) a man who taught them both science. When they get a puncture, being in the middle of nowhere, Janet and Brad decide to go to a house they saw a while back down the road, Dammit Janet! (The Frankenstein Place) Upon arriving they are greeted by Riff Raff (Richard O'Brien) and Magenta (Patricia Quinn), the two house servants. They lead them to the party, because after all it was just a jump to the left and then a step to the riiiiight.
Where they are greeted by the Annual Transvestite convention and the man *cough* woman of the house, Frank-en-Furter another Sweet Transvestite.
What follows is one of the greatest sing a long movies of all time.
You'll be Spaced out on sensation, like you're under sedation.
There is an alternate beginning and a brilliant sing along feature on the Blu-ray.
The quality is astounding and you would never think it was 37 years old.
Between the charisma rich cast and the brilliant songs, you have a fond cult classic.
A highly recommended film.
Richard O'Brien stars as Riff Raff, both a horror movie butler, and a futuristic cross dresser, and provides the screenplay with Jim Sharman.
Tim Curry gives the ultimate screen performance of the decadent male clad in a female basque, suspenders, and incredible high heels which was prevalent in 1930's German cabaret, when reputedly Berlin and Hamburg were the alternative cross gender centres of Europe. His first song says it all - I'm a sweet Transvestite from Transexual Transilvania. As Dr Frank 'N' Furter, he creates Rocky Horror, a blonde haired perfect male specimen,(Peter Hinwood) in small golden shorts who is attacked through jealousy by Riff, seduced by Janet, and tries to save himself and Frank at the end, by scaling a replica of the RKO Radio Picture Mast.
A bogus narrator, and Criminologist played by Charles Grey is an excellent foil to activities inside the castle on a stormy evening. He also indicates the dance steps for 'The Time Warp ' song. The sound on this edition is excellent, as is the picture quality.
Unforgettable Susan Sarandon with an oscar winning performance plays Janet Weiss, the naive regular girl forced out her shell, with the comically erotic 'Tata tata Touch Me' song.
Little Nell as Columbia, executes some fancy tap dances in a costume similar to 42nd Street, the iconic Busby Berkley movie. Eddie characterised by Meatloaf is her lover, hacked to death by Frank in the walk in Freezer, after his song 'Hot Patootie'.
Barry Bostwick contibutes to this cult icon with his part as Brad Majors, who only called to use the telephone with Janet his fiance.
With the take on of so many, and more, film references, it is a great testament to the directing skills of Michael White and the excellent cast that an awesome coherent 96 minutes of entertainment was achieved.
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