Tag: Rocky Horror

Shock Treatment

Shock Treatment

dir. Jim Sharman (1981)

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Despite some quality songs and strong vocal performances, the artificiality of the society being satirised makes this Rocky Horror Picture Show sequel hard to engage with. The quirky cult appeal is there but — lacking the stage-driven evolution of its predecessor — feels undeveloped.


Rocky Horror – From Concept to Cult

Rocky Horror: From Concept to Cult

by Scott Michaels & David Evans (Sanctuary, 2002)

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An invaluable historical record, albeit of specialist interest, documenting the Rocky Horror (Picture) Show via a series of eclectic, perambulating interviews. Of the cornucopia of major and minor players tracked down from on-stage, on-set and behind-the-scenes, only Tim Curry is notably absent.