(((The Rocky Horror Picture Show)))

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Originally Posted on The Daily Stormer

Besides Renaissance Festivals and Science Fiction Conventions, midnight screenings of (((The Rocky Horror Picture Show))) are notorious for degeneracy, liberalism, older men trolling troubled teen girls, and homosexual pederasty. What is amazing, is that theaters (usually Landmark Cinemas) are still playing this movie that was made in 1975.

First, just a bit about the movie. It is part Science Fiction, Comedy, and Musical. The plot is disjointed, and deals with a Transvestite man from the planet Transylvania. He is bisexual, and is obsessed with sex. The movie never did that well when it opened, but it developed an incredibly loyal fan base that would sell out theaters every time it was re-played. Theaters started running promotions for midnight screenings on Saturday nights. Fans of the show would dress up an re-enact the entire movie. First time viewers were called out, and “deflowered” in a pre-movie ritual where the re-enactors danced around “The Virgins”.

When I was a teenager, I really wanted to go because it was this “edgy” thing that those involved in the “underground” scene were really into. I attended this movie once, and there were a couple of things I will never forget. First, the movie wasn’t funny or edgy it was full of degeneracy and faggot camp bullshit. Second, I went with this girl I had a crush on who friend zoned me. She knew some regulars and we went to Perkins (anyone from the Upper Midwest knows this place) to have something to eat. It was a real motley crew of people, about half the people there were teenagers. The other half were adults–suddenly I could hear the voice of my mother in my head “Never trust any adult that claims to relate to ‘The Kids’ or says age is just a number”. These were exactly the type of people that were there. We were eating, and I was just disgusted by their manners and open degeneracy. Oh, yes there was a teacher sitting there who taught Theater in a local high school. He invited me and this girl to his place to “crash” if we were too tired to drive home.

Over the years, I have met people who had similar experiences attending The Rocky Horror Picture Show. This movie tends to attract a lot of really odd characters. For what ever reason, there sure are a lot of male English Teachers and Theater Teachers who are fans of this movie.
 

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Richard O'Brien who wrote the film is 'androgynous' or something, I read an interview with him years ago where he was talking about all this weird crap. I did like the film when I was an adolescent, the first half anyway, the second half is morbid and depressing. Susan Sarandon was flipping gorgeous in that film. When I was 13 we went on a school trip to the National Theatre in London and we were being shown around the backstage area, and while the guide was talking I noticed through a doorway, on the stage, some actors sitting on chairs rehearsing a play and one of them was Tim Curry. I couldn't believe it. We started shouting 'Rocky!' at him in a gay Frank N Furter voice and the other actors were cracking up.
 

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When I was a freshman in college a bunch of us went to see it, mainly to see what the fuss was all about. We'd heard people dressed up and threw stuff at the movie screen. Nothing much happened and the movie seemed weird and dumb.

"Time Warp" wasn't a bad song though, it would get played at parties all the time. The girls would want to dance to it so whatever.
 

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Over the years, I have heard some variation of this narrative regarding this movie.

Here I was a fresh corn-fed kid from Iowa looking for identity and a sense of belonging. I was fresh off the farm and living in (Minneapolis or Chicago) after my father kicked me out because he suspected I was a sissy. An older man helped me to land on my feet, and his only request was that I go to see the RHPS with him. Sadly, my older friend got sick (caught AIDS) but I after all these years I never miss a Saturday Night performance of the RHPS. I think of all the friends I lost that got sick in the 80s, but my family are the people I see every Saturday Night.
 
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