Tim Curry was cast as the original Dr. Frank-N-Furter in the stage production of The Rocky Horror Show in 1973, he continued to play Dr. Frank-N-Furter in the first U.S. stage production in 1975 to 1976, and in the 1975 original Picture Show. See more »
At the start of the film we see the projectionist start a single 35mm projector loaded with a single 1000 ft reel. This would only provide about 20 minutes of the film at most and nowhere near enough footage for the whole movie. See more »
They really screwed the pooch with this one folks.
I'm not sure where to begin. I have no idea what they were going for but boy, did they miss in every aspect. We had to stop watching. It didn't capture the essence, it was not a good homage and it was just plain bad. We just can't imagine who would come up with such an awful idea like remaking such a perfect classic. I use the term "remake" ever so loosely. Our expectations were low, considering how good the original was and we were expecting some new voices honoring some old songs and music, but again...it didn't happen.
If you are even slightly, the tiniest fan of the original, this rendition will make you nauseous. It is that bad.
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