*REBLOG* The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975) – Stuff And That Guest Post

Oioi, I’ve recently contributed a little Rocky Horror post to the excellent Otherworlds of Film.
On a separate note (and he hasn’t asked me to write this), this is honestly one of the most engaging and entertaining blogs out there, so if enjoy anything movie-related, I’d highly HIGHLY recommend a follow, got it?

Otherworlds of Film

Hey hey! Milo here from Stuff And That comin’ in for a Vault post (how exciting). Thanks again to chaboi Elliot for letting me in (it sure was cold out there), and don’t delay checkin’ out Stuff And That, if I haven’t completely disgusted you that is…

I’mma gonna be lookin’ at The Rocky Horror Picture Show, a 1975 comedy-musical film directed by Jim Sharman, written by Sharman and Richard O’ Brien, and starring Tim Curry, Susan Sarandon, Barry Bostwick and O’Brien himself. 

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