Showing posts from October 30, 2010

At The Late Night Rocky Horror Picture Show

The Rocky Horror Picture Show turned 35 this year, and if you still haven't seen it, well, that's a pretty long time to still be a virgin. Of course, even a movie with a drag queen hero can become mainstream given enough time. Exhibit A: Last night, Rocky Horror was screened in Granada Hills, of all places, at the Regency. Exhibit B: Yesterday, during Tulsa Elementary School's costume parade, as first-graders strolled the schoolyard in their store-bought finest, "The Time Warp" was one of the musical selections. Did the legions of pint-sized princesses and ninjas and their applauding parents realize that their tender younglings were parading to the soundtrack of a film that celebrates every vice known to man? The shadow cast, assembled from cast members from West Hills, Orange County, and other locations, featured a stellar Frank N. Furter with an impressive collection of screen-accurate costumes and a flawless Narrator, but a Janet who hadn't even mana

One From The Vaults: "What's Wrong With A 'Safe' Halloween?"

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