Rocky Horror

Rocky Horror could refer to:

  • The Rocky Horror Show, a stage musical
  • The Rocky Horror Picture Show, the film version of the stage musical

Other articles related to "rocky horror, rocky, horror":

The Rocky Horror Picture Show Cult Following
... The Rocky Horror Picture Show cult following describes the cultural phenomenon surrounding the large fan base of enthusiastic participants of the movie The Rocky Horror ...
Sal Piro
... Sal Piro is the president of The Rocky Horror Picture Show Fan Club, a position he's held since 1977 ... unnamed cameo – as a man using a payphone – in Rocky Horror's pseudo sequel, Shock Treatment ... He is also the author of two books on the Rocky Horror cult following, Creatures of the Night and Creatures of the Night II ...
The Rocky Horror Picture Show Cult Following - History and Background
... The film The Rocky Horror Picture Show came about due to the tremendous success of the stage musical The Rocky Horror Show and opened in the United States at the United Artist ... Blvd, just a few blocks away from the Roxy Theatre where the Rocky Horror Show made its American debut ... at the Frankenstein Place" musical sequence, and use noise makers during the scene in which Rocky is unveiled ...
List Of Midnight Movies - History - In The Cinema
... (1968), featuring one of the last performances by horror movie mainstay Boris Karloff and a tale that resonated with the assassinations and other political violence of recent years ... the Living Dead (1968), both low-budget horror pictures, demonstrate the ties between the old, TV brand of midnight movie and the newer phenomenon ... On the midnight following April Fool's Day 1976, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, which had flopped on initial release the year before, opened at the Waverly Theater, a ...
Tim Curry/Archive 1 - Acting Career - Rocky Horror
... Furter in The Rocky Horror Show ... that carried over to the film version of The Rocky Horror Picture Show and made Curry both a star and a cult figure ... all in one." For many years, Curry was reluctant to talk about Rocky Horror, feeling that it was a trend that had gone too far and had distracted attention away from his later roles ...

Famous quotes containing the words horror and/or rocky:

    Man watches his history on the screen with apathy and an occasional passing flicker of horror or indignation.
    Conor Cruise O’Brien (b. 1917)

    Luckily for us, now that steam has narrowed the Atlantic to a strait, the nervous, rocky West is intruding a new and continental element into the national mind, as we shall yet have an American genius.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)