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The Rocky Horror Picture Show / Shock Treatment (3-Disc Anniversary Edition)

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The Rocky Horror Picture Show/ Shock Treatment Giftset has both campy classics, including the new-to-DVD Shock Treatment, in a slipcase for $29.98 & $45.98.


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  • Actors: Tim Curry, Susan Sarandon, Barry Bostwick, Richard O'Brien, Patricia Quinn
  • Directors: Jim Sharman
  • Writers: Richard O'Brien, Jim Sharman
  • Producers: John Goldstone, Lou Adler, Michael White
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English (Stereo), Spanish (Stereo)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation
  • DVD Release Date: September 5, 2006
  • Run Time: 100 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000G6BLGA
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #31,127 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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76 of 76 people found the following review helpful By Brett D. Cullum VINE VOICE on September 7, 2006
Format: DVD
This is a great set for people who want BOTH movies, and don't have the Anniversary Edition of ROCKY HORROR. The two movies are great, but for completely differing reasons. ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW is a cult classic with an established fan base, and SHOCK TREATMENT stands on its own as a curious sequel which heads off in a new direction both musically and thematically.

The set here is a special 3 disc edition with two discs devoted to ROCKY HORROR and a single disc for SHOCK TREATMENT. The ROCKY HORROR portion includes the movie, audience participation tracks and video, commentary by Patricia Quinn and O'Brien, segments from a "Where Are They Now?" special on VH-1, and tons of featurettes featuring cast, crew, and fans. It is a rerelease of the 2000-2001 anniversary edition, so if you own that... no need to buy this again (just track down SHOCK TREATMENT on its own).

SHOCK TREATMENT includes a remastered print of the movie (for the first time in widescreen on DVD), a commentary track from the fan club president and his friend (they tell trivia and do some of their "act" for screenings), two features with interviews from cast and crew members about the making of the film and the score, and trailers (which are bizarre and worth a look). Richard O'Brien does not make an appearance in ANY of the extras, so we have to rely on people involved with the production such as director Jim Sharman and Patricia Quinn to fill us in.
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44 of 46 people found the following review helpful By Jim Whittaker on July 24, 2006
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The Rocky Horror Picture Show began its ongoing life as a musical play in London in 1973 (The Rocky Horror Show). Creator Richard O'Brien had recently quit the cast of Jesus Christ Superstar, and passed the time between acting jobs by writing a rock musical which truly entertained him. Combining elements of Alice Cooper, Frankenstein, the fifties revival and the sexual revolution, O'Brien and his creative team (including Superstar director Jim Sharman and set designer Brian Thomson, producer Michael White and acting friend Tim Curry) produced a runaway stage hit. The play won awards and ran for seven years in London (it's currently on tour in England) and was produced all over the world. Lou Adler brought the play to his Roxy Theatre in L.A. in 1974, intending to introduce it to a major studio for a film version. The film was produced in England at Hammer's Bray Studios and the nearby Oakley Court castle in Berkshire, using most of the British cast and Americans Susan Sarandon, Barry Bostwick and Meat Loaf, and was released in London in August 1975. The USA release the following month came after a disappointingly short run of the play on Broadway. Briefly test-marketed in the states, The Rocky Horror Picture Show flopped, and 20th Century-Fox decided to recoup some of its production costs by showing it as a midnight movie in April 1976. Early Rocky fans in New York began performing "audience participation," ranging from joking in response to the dialogue and singing along to acting out the film in costume in front of the screen. Fox released more prints as the New York and L.A. scenes got media attention, and the film was soon playing in over 250 theaters across the country. After years of midnight showings, the film became one of the top five highest-grossing musicals in U.S.Read more ›
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Robin on October 26, 2008
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However, the additional features are great, and Shock Treatment is also a great movie. RHPS, as you probably know by now, is known for having audience participation. In my personal opinion, it's the greatest movie ever, with or without the audience participation. Whether I'm watching it on the big screen, or just on a TV set, I love it.

With RHPS, there are three different DVD editions, and there's the Shock Treatment DVD. There's the standard RHPS DVD, which is a single disc, disc one in this edition. There's the special 25th Anniversary Edition of RHPS, which is disc one and disc two of this edition; it was also the original DVD edition, included in a really special packaging. There's also a DVD of Shock Treatment, which isn't one of the RHPS DVD editions, but it is related to this special RHPS edition. The reason for that is because this is the 25th Anniversary Edition of RHPS with the additional Shock Treatment DVD release.

DISC 1--
The film tells the story of Brad Majors and his fiance, Janet Weiss, finding themselves in the castle of Dr. Frank-N-Furter, on the night where he brings his special creature to life. It's a very interesting plot, but it also is a bunch of nonsense at the same time.

I once said to a person that words can't really describe what makes the film so great. Tim Curry's performance is such an incredible performance, although not his best. The songs are great songs. There are a lot of memorable lines in it. The acting from everyone was wonderful. There are so many flaws in it, such as a character wearing something in one camera shot, and in the next camera shot, he isn't. The audience participation is a huge attraction. There's a lot of other great stuff.
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This 3 disc edition has The Rocky Horror Picture Show(released Aug/75)and the sequel Shock Treatment(released Oct/81),all in one convenient package.Of course TRHPS is the big one here.A phenomenon,in and of itself.The film was a complete bust in /75 upon release.It was much too risque and the audiences just couldn't get the kitschy plot.It was really ahead of its time.In a few short years the younger crowd,high school and university kids,started really getting into it and it completely took off beyond the expectations of its stars and its creator Richard O'Brien.People would come dressed for"success" at each screening as one of their fave characters,bring props,yell bon mots at the screen at appropriate or inappropriate times.I used to attend as many screenings of the film as I could at the old Roxy Theatre in Toronto way back when.I miss those days.But at least we now have TRHPS in a 25th Anniversary edition to savour,but more on that later.Shock Treatment is the sequel to TRHPS but doesn't come up to the creative level of its predecessor.It is a decent film with a decent soundtrack,but it doesn't generate the same energy nor does the music really have the same powerful punch.
The RHPS is about some aliens who come to an old mansion just outside Denton,U.S.A.Brad and Janet,two high school sweethearts get married.On their way to their honeymoon they get a flat and come knocking on the mansions door for help.The help they seek gets farther and farther out of their grasp as the occupants lure the two ever deeper into their crazed world of sexual deviancy and lust.A doctor Scott,who has been tracking these aliens for some time,also ends up joining them.In the end they all learn much about themselves,but the aliens return back to transsexual Transylvania,the mission a failure.
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