Jim Sharman's bizarre cult film from 1975is now released in a special 35th anniversary blu-ray collection.
Mixing together the 1950s horror genre and 1970s rock n' roll, "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" successfully made fun of these two institutions. The film is funny and twisted in its tribute to science fiction, horror, b-movies, and rock music. This version contains two additional musical numbers, "Once in A While" and "Superheroes" never seen before in theatres or on DVD. The film was the beginning of very successful careers for castmembers Barry Bostwick, Susan Sarandon and Tim Curry. It is probably the most successful cult film of all time and is replayed around the world in theatres late on Saturday nights and every Halloween.
Brad Majors (Barry Bostwick – from television's Spin City) and Janet Weiss (Susan Sarandon – Bull Durham, Thelma and Louise), an engaged couple, are driving during a rainstorm when their car breaks down. They seek refuge in a gloomy castle. After being let in by the servant Riff Raff (Richard O'Brien – Ever After, Spice World), much to their surprise they find out that the castle is owned by the transvestite Dr. Frank-N-Furter (Tim Curry – Kinsey, Scary Movie 2). They have arrived at an exciting time for the owner of the castle as he is about to unveil his greatest creation. He has succeeded in making a human being – a male human being to be more precise. As the night wears on, the host proceeds to have fun at his guests' expense. They have no idea what they are in for!
– The Midnight Experience: The Late Night, Double Feature, Picture-in-Picture Show *, Vintage Callback Track (Unrated), Prop Box, Trivia Track
-BD-LIVE**: Live Lookup(tm) Powered by IMDb®
-Rocky-oke *: Sing It!
-Don't Dream It, Be It: The Search for the 35th Anniversary Shadowcast, Part I
-An-tic-i-pation: The Search for the 35th Anniversary Shadowcast, Part II
-Mick Rock (A Photographer)
-Mick Rock's Picture Show (A Gallery)
-Pressbook and Poster Gallery
-Audio Commentary by Richard O'Brien and Patricia Quinn
-Deleted Musical Scenes and Outtakes
-Alternate Credit Ending and Misprint Ending
-Rocky Horror Double Feature Video Show
-Beacon Theater, New York City "Time Warp" Music Video