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What have you done to BRAD? Meet the new ‘Rocky Horror Picture Show’ action figures

Rocky Horror Picture Show “Reaction” figures by Funko (coming in December, 2015) As hard as it is to believe, 2015 is the 40th anniversary of one of the greatest cult films of all time, The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Dr. Frank-N-Furter “ReAction” figure by Funko In addition to the latest collectible Blu-ray that was released in honor of this milestone in late September (which included pair of fishnet stockings and pink gloves as worn in t...
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Do they still have the showings in NYC, where the kids who think they have what it takes to be a theatrical star, get up on stage, dressed as their favorite character, and do their
little sing a long? It would be a prime example of just how far we as a society have fallen into the depths of hell, to be doing this really ironic, that isn't the right word, I don't think there is one, up on a stage doing and singing along as their parents and maybe even their grandparents once did? If so I have little hope for this country's future. Forty years you say,
most of those and I would think this includes those of you that run this, what do they call it today, blog. Exactly how old are the contributors for this site, are YOU? I doubt seriously 
if you were old or even born, when Susan Sarandon, Tim Curry, and my favorite Meat loaf, even made this movie. 
It reminds me of the Little shop of horrors. Anyone remember who was in that one? A lot happened forty years ago, and it might not have happened on this particular date, 
but a lot of shit happened in 75. I look at 1975 as just one more pathetic year I will never get back. So have fun celebrating what was once considered the worst musical slash film ever made. Oh yeah, Happy New Year!!!!!!!
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