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Later, while Brad and Janet are in their separate rooms, Riff Raff and Magenta watch them over the moniter, and after the seduction of Janet, let Rocky free, chasing him out with fire.
After they spy on Brad, Magenta goes to Columbia and her room, (Pairing: Magenta/Columbia.) and watch Janet as she sings "Touch-a Touch-a Touch Me" to Rocky Horror.
Magenta and Riff Raff go to strip Brad and Janet down to their underclothes, Magenta taking Brad.
Magenta, Riff Raff, and Frank at dinner, with a very… Appetizing dish in front of them.

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Blane arranged it with the theatre to loan her the corset from the other production for Rocky Horror.[22] Blane admits that she did not conduct research for her designing and had never seen a science fiction film, and is acutely aware that her costumes for Brad and Janet may have been generalizations.
With Pink Flamingos (1972) and Reefer Madness (1936) making money in midnight showings nationwide, an executive at 20th Century Fox, Tim Deegan, was able to talk distributors into midnight screenings,[26] starting in New York City on April Fools’ Day of 1976.[32] The cult following started shortly after the film began its midnight run at the Waverly Theater in New York City.[31] Rocky Horror was not only found in the larger cities but throughout the United States where many attendees would get in free if they arrived in costume.
However, for the film, the producers chose Pierre La Roche, who had previously been a makeup artist for Mick Jagger, to redesign the makeup for each character.[19] Production stills were taken by rock photographer Mick Rock, who has published a number of books from his work.[20] In "Rocky Horror; From Concept to Cult", designer Sue Blane discusses the Rocky Horror costumes’ influence on punk music style.
The Rocky Horror Picture Show helped shape conditions of cult film’s transition from art-house to grind-house style.[49] The film developed a cult following in 1976 at the Waverly Theatre in New York, which developed into a standardized ritual.
The film starts with the screen fading to black and over-sized, disembodied female lips appear overdubbed with a male voice,[21][25] creating the androgynous theme to be repeated as the film unfolds.[26] The opening scene and song, "Science Fiction, Double Feature" consists of the lips of Patricia Quinn (who appears in the film later as the character Magenta), but has the vocals of actor and Rocky Horror creator, Richard O’Brien (who appears as Magenta’s brother Riff Raff).
The Rocky Horror Picture Show has a global following and remains popular well into the 21st century.[56] Sub cultures such as Rocky Horror have also found a place on the internet.[57] Audience participation scripts for many cities are available to download from the World Wide Web.[21] The internet has a number of Rocky Horror fan run websites with various quizzes and information specializing in different content allowing fans to participate at a unique level.[26] New technologies are allowing for more personal access to all the things surrounding the cult.
A Super 8 version of selected scenes of the film was made available.[36] In 1983 Ode Records released "The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Audience Par-Tic-I-Pation Album", recorded at the 8th Street Playhouse.
In San Francisco, Rocky Horror moved from one location to the Strand Theatre located near the Tenderloin on Market Street.[53] The performance group there would act out and perform almost the entire film, unlike the New York cast at that time.
The Rocky Horror Picture Show is a 1975 musical comedy horror film directed by Jim Sharman.
The Rocky Horror Show would eventually play in the United States in Los Angeles and New York City as well as other cities.[7] Producer and Ode Records owner Lou Adler attended the London production in the winter of 1973, escorted by friend Britt Ekland.
The screenplay was written by Sharman and Richard O’Brien based on the 1973 musical stage production, The Rocky Horror Show, also written by O’Brien.
Columbia: My God! I can't stand any more of this! First you spurn me for Eddie, and then you throw him off like an old overcoat for Rocky! You chew people up and then you spit them out again… I loved you… do you hear me? I loved you! And what did it get me? Yeah, I'll tell you: a big nothing.
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Oh, I’m sure there’s great fun to be had at a midnight showing, but the fact is, you’re not going to see or hear very much of the movie itself, what with the audience shouting & throwing stuff at the screen literally every two seconds (think of "Mystery Science Theater 3000" on speed), as well as the live cast performing in front of the movie screen! If you want to really *see and hear* "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" as you would any other film, watch it on video first.
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Wear mouse ears through "Eddie’s Teddy" solo.
Remove shorts, bustier, shoes, socks, fishnets and collar.
I removed it and wrapped black ribbon tight around the center and strung black ribbon threw the back of that to tie it aroud my neck and I had a perfect bow tie! A quick 5min fix! Also, the stitching on some of the costume is a bit off but that was also easily fixed with scissors and super glue! All and all, if you’re a Rocky Horror fan and you realize this is a Halloween costume and not HER actual costume, you’ll more than likely it.
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Now: O’Brien wrote and starred in the ‘Rocky Horror’ film follow-up ‘Shock Treament,’ and has appeared in the films ‘Flash Gordon’ and ‘Ever After.’ O’Brien continues to put on the ‘Rocky Horror Show’ stage musical with new performers.
Now: Quinn also starred in O’Brien’s ‘Shock Treatment,’ and has since appeared in ‘I, Claudius,’ ‘Monty Python’s The Meaning of Life,’ and more recently in Rob Zombie’s horror film ‘The Lords of Salem.’ She often makes guest appearances at live ‘Rocky Horror’ performances around the country.
Now: Sarandon’s myriad film credits include ‘Thelma and Louise,’ ‘The Client,’ and ‘Dead Man Walking.’ She most recently starred in ‘Cloud Atlas,’ ‘Snitch,’ and ‘The Big Wedding,’ and will star alongside her daughter and fellow actress Eva Amurri Martino in an upcoming television series.
– One of your distant friend is in a relationship with someone, and has told you that they love their partner.
Based on your personality and fighting stratigys, I will try to perfect the greatest fighting weapon for you to have.
You're hanging with 5sos and they decided to play Truth or dare .
– You are at a committee meeting for an event that is incredibly important to you and the people around you.
After decades of social chaos and after profound freedom during the war, the already puritanical American society became even more repressive to try to restore the pre-war social order, desperate to find some kind of calm, some kind of safety and predictability, trying to return to the Victorian moral standards of the previous century, putting women back in the home, back in the kitchen, back in proverbial chastity belts, and back on repressive pedestals, all of which was, of course, impossible.
As there had been during other times of social upheaval (like the turn of the century and the Depression), there was a real friction between the demands for conformity and conservatism, versus the instinctive human need to express oneself, made even worse by the taste of freedom women had gotten while their husbands and boyfriends were off fighting the war.
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These authentic licensed Rocky Horror Picture Show Columbia costumes from Forum are sure to get the crowd cheering this Halloween! This costume includes the gold glittering jacket and hat, the striped shorts and shirt, and red bow tie.
It’s easy to spot the shout outs to Golden Age sci-fi and monster flicks (Frank’s insistence that he wants to be dressed like Fay Wray, the heroine of King Kong, also mentioned in the opening number “Science Fiction Double Feature”), it’s easy to hear the 50s pop musical influences in the soundtrack, but the idea that real-world cultural thoughts are actually being explored in this romp seems completely at odds with the tone of the whole experience.
“The Floor Show” might seem the most avant-garde aspect of Rocky Horror, but it actually might be the most straightforward piece of the whole story—Frank-N-Furter’s affect on everyone is entirely sexual and nothing more, and the only person who sees through his “liberating” act is Columbia, heartbroken over the loss of the more genuine Eddie.
It’s all haunted mansions and secret labs, corsets and glitter, sex and the destruction of (arguably pretty boring) innocence—but what are you supposed to get out of The Rocky Horror Picture Show besides a really good time? The midnight showings are legend, the Time Warp is played at practically every prom and wedding you go to, yet it’s hard to find the meaning of this musical outside of outrageousness for outrageousness’ sake.
It makes a bit more sense of the somber note the play ends on—the Criminologist (named so perhaps because he is someone fit to judge the crimes committed?) has a message for us all in the final moments, that humans are “lost in time / lost in space / and meaning.” He is pointing out our failings, but maybe also applauding our need to understand and explore all the same.
Bowie claimed to be bisexual early in that decade, and this element was folded into the Ziggy mythos with songs that contained telling imagery or outright spoke the message, such as “Width of a Circle” and “John, I’m Only Dancing.” Though the Ziggy figure was fond of jumpsuits, 1970-71 saw Bowie in long dresses with tresses down past his shoulder blades, so having Frank in a corset and stockings is not much of a logic leap.
But opening Janet’s mind to new experiences burns the doctor when she ends up showing Rocky what she’s learned (it is notable that in the stage show Janet enters the fling in revenge on Frank and Brad for sleeping together).
As Riff tells him, “Frank-N-Furter, it’s all over / your mission is a failure / your lifestyle’s too extreme.” The metaphor comes clear—it’s the vote of extremism that really was the nail in the coffin for this artistic era; though glam may have preached new ideas and identities to a generation of young people, it couldn’t sustain itself.
At the end of the play, we see Brad and Janet attempting to piece together what happened that night in the song “Superheroes,” to determine what it all means, but they don’t come close to managing it.
Welcome to my page dedicated to my Columbia Cosplay! For those who don’t know, Columbia is one of the characters from The Rocky Horror Picture Show 🙂 I had decided to cosplay her when I went to see the stage play when i came to Adelaide, but I have a real thing about sequins so I decided to go with this design of her outfit which was actually used in the glee episode that was based around the show.
The movie, "Rocky Horror Picture Show" starred Susan Sarandon, Barry Bostwick, Tim Curry and a number of other actors who would go on to to star in other movies, television series and plays— and turned a pair of women into idols for young women who wanted to be like "Magenta" and "Columbia." That adulation for actresses Patricia Quinn and Nell Campbell continues to this day, with their characters’ costumes popular choices for Halloween – and requests for the pair to appear at events, like this weekend’s "Mad Monster Shadow Over Seattle" party.
Oh jayyysussss these are all so gorgeous!! I have been thinking about them for awhile now as Picture Polish released some time ago, I think, but in limited quantities and maybe no available via their site? Not sure, but I hope they make it to America soon! Magenta and Columbia might be my faves (I’ve been lemming RBL Cerise Noir for some time; maybe Magenta would make a nice, less $$ dupe), but Rocky is also a very nice glitter topper.
(Frank spills wine on Riff) { "That was my new suit ! That was my only suit ! I bought it for my sister’s bat mizva" or "Aww shit, I just had that hump cleaned yesterday, And I still can’t decide what side it’s on!" } { "When’s the orgy and who’s invited?" } Frank Tonight, my unconventional conventionists… { "Hey, that’s US!" } you are to witness a new breakthrough in biochemical { echo "biosexual" } research… and paradise is { "lost" } to be mine… { "In the navel…" "Lower Lower" "In the navel…" } It was strange the way it happened… suddenly you get a break… { "Snap that rubber and scare the shit out of yourself" } whole pieces start to fit into place, { "Like a dick up your ass" or "Sounds like sex to me, or at least correct sex" } not a sign of being… { "suck on me" or "What’s Dan Quaile?" } what a fool! { "fool with me" } The answer was there all the time { "42" or "69" or "What was the question?" or "I love you and hope you love me!" } it took a small accident to make it happen… { "What did your parents call you?" or "What’s in your pants?" or "Where were you conceived?" or "A what?" or "What was your birth?" } AN ACCIDENT! { echo "In a Volkswagen!" } Magenta & Columbia An accident! Frank And that’s how I discovered the secret, that elusive ingredient { "Who gives the best blow job on the Enterprise?" or "Who did you lose your virginity to?" or "Who is your favourite actor in Star-Trek?" } that spark { echo "Spock" "No, it’s McCoy, that’s why they called him ‘Bones’" "No, it’s Ohura, her name says it all" "No, it’s Data, he’s fully functional" "No, it was Wesley" "No, it was Gynan, she’s a gynancologist" "No, it’s Odo, he’s form fitting" "No, it’s Worf, his head is ribbed for your pleasure" "Mine’s Kirk, he gets to fuck the green bitch" "Mine’s the green bitch, she gets to fuck Kirk" "Mine’s Checkov, he’s got the nicest vessels" "Mine’s Scotty, he’s giving her all he got" "Mine’s Geordi, what he can’t see can’t hurt him" or "You lost your virginity to Spock? That’s dirty Did you know that Vulcans can only get it up once every seven years?" } that is the breath of life… { "Are you gonna fuck everyone in the audience tonight?" } Yes, { "Do you know about gay sex and bondage?" or "Do you know how to fuck camels upside down underwater?" or "Do you have that knowledge?" } I have that knowledge… { "What deodorant do you use that’s strong enough for a man but made for a woman?" or "What do you hold under your arm?" } I hold the secret… { "To life?" } to life… { "Itself?" } itself! { cheers } { "Spelling bee… sound off: F" or "F" } You see… "K ! Can’t spell it, can’t do it" or "K-E-Y M-O-U-S-E Fucky mouse, Dildo duck…" } you are fortunate for tonight is the night that my beautiful creature is destined to be born! { echo "fucked" } { "At the count of your favourite sexual position, throw open the red curtain and yell ‘fuck’ in chinese… 67, 68, 69…" or "How do you say ‘fuck’ (backwards) in chinese?" or "Frank! Would you rather fuck a chicken or a duck?" } Up now! { "It’s tampon-man and he’s self inserting" or "LOOK! Its Rodney King" } { "Rocky had a wet dream" "Rocky IS a wet dream" } Throw open the switches on the sonic oscillator… { echo "on your mother’s vibrator" or echo "Throw open the sonic oc… ‘Oh dounughts…’" or "Not the sonic oscillator!" } { "First one’s easy, second one’s a bitch" or "One magic dildo.
{ "Is it better to give or to take?" } To take… { "Thought so" } that… { "White shit out of your hair" } { "Starts with an ‘S’… Ste… Ste… Ste" } step to the right! { "Show us your karate" } { "I tawt I taw a fwashback!" } Riff Raff & Magenta Ha! Riff Raff But it’s the pelvic THRUST! { "At least, there’s no flashbac— AHHH!" } { "Let’s have some flashbacks" } (flashback to Time Warp sequence) all That really drives you insaaaaane { "That scene wasn’t in the movie!" "Now it is" } { "I did! I did tee a fwashback!" } Magenta And our world will do the time warp AGAIN! { "Somewhere over the rainbow, castles fly…" } { "We have liftoff! The tower has cleared the tower" } Super Heroes (Brad and Janet are crawling around on the ground outside the castle, in mist) Brad { "What do you think of LSD?" or "Hey Brad, have you done a lot of drugs?" } I’ve done a lot { "Of drugs!" } { "Have you tried LSD?" } God knows I’ve tried { echo "God knows I’ve fried" or "To find the hole between Janet’s thighs" or "Forbidden Fruit" or "Them all" } { "Why did you LSD?" } To find the truth.
Do you want him to see you { "How do you fuck farm animals?" } like… This! { "Assume the position" } Janet Like this like how?! Oh, it’s your fault… you’re to blame… { "No, Sue’s to blame, doesn’t anybody read the credits?" } Oh… I was saving myself… { "For what? A rainy day? Look outside bitch, it’s pouring" } Frank Yes, but I’m sure your not spent yet… { "Anybody got a change for a penny?" "I’ve got a credit-card" or "For a nickel, I will" or "Spend me, spend me, but leave me enough for the bus home"} Janet Promise you won’t tell Brad? { "Slut!" } Frank Cross my heart and hope to die… { " And you will!" or "Stick a dildo in my eye, shut your mouth and spread you thighs." } { "Kick if you like it" } (assorted sexual noises) { "I’m so glad we had this time together…" } (Scene with Riff Raff and Magenta, Magenta with a mop) { "And here we have lovely Miss Magenta, who’s mopping her floor the quick and easy way with new Mop ‘n Glo, while next door Mrs.
{ "*POOF*" } Your new playmate is loose { "Well, we KNEW it was loose…" } and somewhere on the castle grounds… Magenta has just released the dogs… { echo "her sisters" } { "Pink, purple and fuscia" } { "Look, E.T.’s giving us the finger! Fuck you E.T.!" } { "What are you doing, Frank?" } Frank Mmmm? Coming! { "So’s Brad! No he isn’t! now he is" } { "It’s the three faces of Janet Weiss with the same fucking tear" } Janet What’s happening here? { "Nothing" or "Switch!" or "Bad editing!" } Where’s Brad? { "Fucking" or "Switch" } Where’s ANYbody? { "Fucking" or "I’m anybody!" } { as Rocky is running outside chased by dogs: "Where’s the bathroom?" or "Kibbles and bits, Kibbles and Bits, we’re gonna get us some Kibbles and Bits" or "Nipples and Tits, Nipples and Tits, we’re gonna get us some Nipples and Tits" } { "Run O.J.! RUN! You can make it!" or "Run, Forest, run" } Oh, Brad.
{ "Oh Janet" } Brad, my darling, { "Janet my slut" or "Janet my fish" } how could I have done this to you? { "It was easy, but it would have been easier without the pantyhose" } Oh! { "Drip Drip Drip SPLASH! Wet feet" "How I like ’em" } { "Chicken legs! Women drivers, no survivors" } { "Not the ‘if only’s" } If only we hadn’t made this journey… { echo "…this movie" or "But you did !" } if only the car hadn’t broken down… { echo "…the plot hadn’t broken down" or "But it did !" or echo "…her tits would fall out of that bra" "But they won’t" } if only we were amongst friends… Or sane persons, { echo "…or real actors" or "But you ARE !" or "Two out of three aint bad" } { "Get tough bitch!" } Oh Brad, Oh Brad, what have they done with him… { "Cut out his big song!" or "Painted in blue, put him in a box" } (she sees him on TV with Frank) { "Look! It’s true! Assholes DO smoke after sex" "And Brooke Shields is not impressed" or "I didn’t know Brad smokes" } Oh, Brad, Oh Brad — How could you? { "It was easy, no pantyhose" } { "She’s only upset ’cause she can’t jump that high" } { "That’s what the ladder’s for" "Nice handle!" "That’s right, there’s more than 50 ways to love your lever" "And Janet only know 33" or "Why is Janet so upset? She knows what she wants, she holds it in her hands, she’s just too dumb to use the ladder to reach it!" or "Janet is a Liverpooler!" } { "If you’re looking for relief, there’s a dildo on the wall" } (she fondles lever) { "Fifty ways to love your lever" } { "Cheap sex to the left, Janet.
If it wasn't just a literal passing of the test, you can also read the entire scene as the differing viewpoints on sexual awakening, desire, agency, and experience, importantly expressed by one woman (Janet), and considered, reflected, and weighed by two other women (Magenta and Columbia) who have their own, more developed views of sexuality.
Columbia asks Magenta "You mean she only ever kissed?" This is a question about Janet, not a man.
Columbia asks Magenta if what Janet is implying is that Janet is a virgin while they watch her with Rocky.
Columbia tells Magenta to take undressing Janet and Brad "Slowly.
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Passing a good time for Halloween in New Orleans is as easy as one, two, three: one top-tier music festival with national headliners, two major parades, and three productions of "The Rocky Horror Show." Southeast Louisiana offers a host of haunted happenings for Halloween 2014: balls, children’s parties, spook houses (including the final season for the legendary House of Shock), and chilling, thrilling theater events.
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A Burlesque-inspired Rocky Horror Production: All of the music, most of the dialogue and a lot more skin, shimmy and sensation! Now in it's fourth year, The Rocky Horror Pastie Show has become a tradition among Rocky Horror and burlesque fans alike.
In case you missed us before and especially if you didn't you'll truly be shivering with… Show more anticipation as we bring you a live stage adaptation of Rocky Horror with a little less dialogue and a LOT more TA.
Broadway, Jim Thorpe.Back for a fifth annual production at the opera house, “Boolesque” features ghoulishly glamorous performers such as local artists Venus Mantrapp and Bunny Bedford, as well as all three finalists from this year’s Pennsylvania Burlesque Festival: winner Miss Poison Ivory, Nina La Voix and Rosie Cheeks.In addition, the event will feature a performance by burlesque legend Penny Starr, “who at 81 years of age still delivers a stupendous act, and never fails to get the audience on their feet,” said Brooke Burke, executive producer of Jim Thorpe Burlesque Limited.Halloween is the perfect time to have burlesque acts that embrace the fun and wackiness of neo-burlesque, Burke said, as opposed to the more classic material that comes with a festival show.
17, at Amazon Art Studio, 1898 Route 940, first floor, Pocono Pines.For this event, kids will create art based on Tim Burton’s 1993 stop-motion musical fantasy, “The Nightmare Before Christmas.” Hailing from Halloween Town, the film’s protagonist, Jack Skellington, opens a portal to Christmas Town and decides to celebrate the holiday, with dastardly and comical results.Parents are welcome to drop off their children or stay.

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