FWIW there is no official sequel to Rocky Horror, as Richard O'Brien considers Shock Treatment to be an alternative universe version of Brad and Janet's lives. The sad thing about Shock Treatment is that it was so far ahead of its time. I was just a youngun when it first came out and rented the DVD out of curiosity last summer (after a long and probably unhealthy love of the song "Bitchin' in the Kitchen") and found it absolutely brilliant. It's a far more cerebral film than Rocky Horror was and it's scary how well O'Brien predicted the rise of reality television and the cult of illusory fame that goes with it. Definitely worth revisiting if you haven't seen it in a while and checking out if you've been scared off before. The satire is far more biting now than it was before Big Brother.
Um? NO! It cost me $35 in New York when it was issued. Put 2 zeros after it!!! (Im in New York at the moment i can pick your copy up for you if you want!!! x)
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