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The Rocky Horror Picture Show 40th Anniversary Screening

Nell Campbell , Patricia Quinn - The Rocky Horror Picture Show 40th anniversary screening at Royal Albert Hall at Royal Albert Hall - London, United Kingdom - Tuesday 27th October 2015

Nell Campbell and Patricia Quinn
Nell Campbell and Patricia Quinn
Nell Campbell and Patricia Quinn

The Rocky Horror Picture Show - Clips


Brad and Janet are a young, innocent couple who find themselves stranded in a storm in the middle of nowhere. They come across an eerie castle where they decide to go and ask for a phone, but are instead greeted by some unusual looking staff, a large party of eccentrically dressed guests and a formidable host wearing women's lingerie named Dr. Frank N. Furter. He's not just any transvestite, however, Frank is a pioneering scientist who has created a human life named Rocky, but he's also the most dangerous and insane man they could've come across - prone to jealous rages and unwilling to treat anyone like anything other than his playthings. When the couple are forced to spend the night, it's all they can do to resist the seductive charms of their host, and avoid running into his sadistic servants.

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The Lords Of Salem Review


Very Good

Rob Zombie has matured as a filmmaker, as witnessed by this well-structured horror shocker, which plays with both historical events and familiar movie imagery to keep us unnerved even if it's ultimately rather silly. Best of all is the way he remembers the value of schlock both to entertain and to gross us out. And it's his old-style touches that make the film much scarier than the usual shock-and-go horror movies.

The story draws on the 17th century Salem Witch Trials, at which women were brutally executed for suspicion of witchcraft. In present day Salem, free-spirited DJ Heidi (Moon Zombie) receives a mysterious record from an unknown band called The Lords, and when she plays it people start behaving strangely. Historical expert Francis (Davison) takes an interest in the record due to its odd tones, but he begins to worry that something nasty might be afoot. Indeed, Heidi starts having freaky dreams and visions. And it becomes apparent that she's the fulfilment of a dark prophesy involving the spawn of Satan himself.

Moon Zombie is terrific as the confused heroine who thinks what's happening is related to her recent decision to give up hard drugs. But of course, we know better. And we also know that she certainly should not trust the three cackling sisters (Geeson, Quinn and Wallace) who live downstairs. In addition, we see flashback scenes from 1696 in which a preacher takes on a coven of naked witches who dance around a bonfire led by their witchy leader (Foster). Yes, Zombie packs the movie with nutty ceremonies, grisly apparitions and naked, blood-soaked women.

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Memorabilia Birmingham: The Ultimate Collectors Show At The NEC

Patricia Quinn Saturday 24th November 2012 Memorabilia Birmingham: The Ultimate Collectors Show at the NEC

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Irish Premiere Of Dirty Dancing - The Classic Story On Stage At The Grand Canal Theatre - Arrivals

Patricia Quinn - Patricia Quinn, Valerie Roe, G Thursday 19th January 2012 Irish premiere of Dirty Dancing - The Classic Story on Stage at The Grand Canal Theatre - Arrivals

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Rocky Horror Reunion


Richard O Brien Riff Raff Patricia Quinn Nell Campbell Anthony Head Christopher Biggins Michael Ball Adrian Edmondson Stephen Gately

The original cast of cult musical THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW are reuniting for a charity performance honouring fifty years of London's Royal Court Theatre. Richard O Brien, who played Riff Raff in the show, will join fellow cast members Patricia Quinn and Nell Campbell, as well as guest stars such as Anthony Head, TOYAH WILLCOX and Christopher Biggins. The Rocky Horror Show, which was first staged at the Royal Court in 1973, was voted the theatre's most enjoyable piece of theatre by 16,000 of it's mailing list members - and management agreed to stage the winner. Guest performers for the reunion include actor/singer Michael Ball, comedian Adrian Edmondson and former BOYZONE star Stephen Gately. Theatre spokesman EWAN THOMSON says, "Richard O'Brien kindly agreed to rewrite certain parts and to go back and make amendments to give it a fresh look and a fresh feel, as well as keeping it in the spirit of how it was originally intended." Thomson adds that "the box office went bananas" when tickets went on sale. Proceeds will go to the Royal Court and Amnesty International.

Monty Python's Meaning Of Life Review


Very Good
Don't pay too much attention or you may start to feel there's no meaning to it after all. A series of some of Python's most disgusting and raunchy vignettes -- from human butchery to a grotesquely obese man who explodes after his final nightly gorge -- the film purports to tell us about, obviously, the meaning of life. While a few moments are genuinely funny and the movie's musical numbers are quite memorable, most of the film is hit-and-miss. If you're Python-obsessed (like me), you'll find enough to overlook the flaws, but casual fans need not apply.

An Unmarried Woman Review


Good
Jill Clayburgh delivers her seminal performance in this well-regarded film about the female response to a husband who leaves her (er, so she's a married woman, but that's beside the point). And while Clayburgh soars, the rest of the film is hopelessly dated with its late '70s pop psychology, nutty hairdos, and creepy free love sentiment. And frankly, it's a little bit boring.

The Rocky Horror Picture Show Review


Extraordinary
Well here we are, doing the time warp again.

Celebrating 25 years of making high-schoolers giddy with its debauchery and high camp, The Rocky Horror Picture Show is back with a 25th Anniversary two-disc DVD edition, complete with deleted scenes, outtakes, interviews, and an audience participation track.

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