It may not be white and it probably didn’t sell hamburgers, but Dr. Frank-N-Furter’s spooky residence was indeed a castle. While it was beamed back to the planet of Transsexual in the galaxy of Transylvania in the finale of the cult classic The Rocky Horror Picture Show, what would have happened if it had been left here on Earth? Well, the property would have been put up for sale! But how much would you pay for such a unique dwelling that comes with a number of amenities including an indoor pool, elevators and a mad scientist’s lab? The folks over at the real estate blog Movoto.com gave it a bit of thought and came up with the following handy info graphic.
It looks like one of the original creative forces behind the cult classic The Rocky Horror Picture Show will not be participating in the planned remake of the musical we told you about last month. Richard [click for more]
On September 26, 1975, The Rocky Horror Picture Show had its North American debut. While no one would argue that it is a perfect movie, I don’t think that anyone would argue that it hasn’t [click for more]