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The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975)

What-The-Fuck-O-Metre 7 (typically for the rocky horror virgin)

What’s It All About? A Recently engaged couple, stranded in the middle of nowhere, hope to make a phone call, unbeknown that they will become part of the bizarre and tenacious antiques of  Doctor Frank-N-Furter. 150 more words

Cinema

Midnight Movie: 'Army of Darkness'

Army of Darkness, the 1992 film from Sam Raimi (The Evil Dead, Spiderman), sees its action hero Ash (Bruce Campbell) transported back to medieval times to join forces with Lord Arthur and his men in order to battle the spirit associated with an ancient book called Necronomicon. 432 more words

Film

Remembering 'The Rocky Horror Picture Show'

In honor of Tim Curry receiving a Lifetime Achievement Award during last night’s Tony Awards, today’s Midnight Movie is The Rocky Horror Picture Show, the 1975 cult classic based on the 1973 stage musical that originated in London and was written by Richard O’Brien, who plays Dr. 383 more words

Film

It Starts....

I always said that I’d never start my own blog. Well, I guess the phrase “never say never” is true to some degree. Anyway, why am I starting a blog? 1,170 more words

Film

Midnight Movie (2008)

Written by Sean Hood, Mark Garbett and Jack Messitt. Directed by Jack Messit. Stars Rebekah Brandes, Daniel Bonjour, and Greg Cirulnick.

SYNOPSIS:

Decades after a very stereotypical movie drives its director insane, a small movie theater decides to play it during a very dead night for some reason. 402 more words

Horror Reviews

Touch-a touch-a touch-a touch me - The Rocky Horror Picture Show!

Last Saturday night myself and a couple friends went to the yearly midnight Rocky Horror Picture Show screening at the Garneau theatre. This showing sells out every year weeks before the event. 629 more words

Edmonton

Movie Mondays: Writer Directors

Directors who pen their own screenplays are a dime a dozen. The Coen brothers write their own films as do Paul Thomas Anderson, Jia Zhangke, and Jim Jarmusch. 216 more words

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