rebel_luey 50F  
3758 posts
4/6/2017 1:03 am
Continuation from my last blog

2 great films were mentioned. Which is your favourite? Also can you recite the lyrics.
The Rocky Horror Picture Show
Little Shop of Horrors
Never seen either

"We're one microscopic cog in his catastrophic plan"
Nick Cave

rebel_luey 50F  
2047 posts
4/6/2017 1:07 am

Its astounding
Time is fleeting
Madness takes its toll
But listen closely................

"We're one microscopic cog in his catastrophic plan"
Nick Cave

kittykitty1260 56F  
15433 posts
4/6/2017 1:57 am

toucha toucha touch me
I want to be dirty
thrill me, chill me, fulfill me
creature of the night...

“Who says life is fair, where is that written?”
― William Goldman, The Princess Bride

rebel_luey replies on 4/6/2017 2:05 am:
I love that you saucy minx

Spankstoyounme 58M  
82 posts
4/6/2017 3:16 am

Saw the original theatre Rocky Horror Show in London and subsequently another half a dozen times all over the South of England since. The movie is great but you really can't beat the atmosphere generated by a live performance especially where the majority dresses for it appropriately as I do! Spanksx

VirgoGirl78 39F  
1270 posts
4/6/2017 4:03 am

I know almost the whole Rocky Horror Picture Show by heart. I do enjoy Little Shop of Horrors too though ("son be a dentist... people will pay you to cause them great pain")

sub_nouveau 48F  
6487 posts
4/6/2017 6:57 am

Ohhhhhhh come on! That's impossible, rebel... Tim Curry as Frank-N-Furter or Steve Martin as the Dentist... that's like Sophie's Choice!

Frank-N-Furter's entrance... his high heels tapping on the elevator floor as it lowers... "How do you do? I see you've met my faithful handyman. He's just a little brought down because, when you knocked, he thought you were the candyman..."

When Steve Martin has Bill Murray in the chair... hysterical!!! Bill played a consummate masochist "Here he is folks, leader of the plaque! Watch him suck up that gas! Oh my God! He's a dentist and he'll never ever be any good! Who wants their teeth done by the Marquis de Sade? Oh that hurts! I'm not numb! Oh shut up. Open Wide. Here I come...."

Let's talk. It's how we learn about yesterday and comprehend today.

rebel_luey replies on 4/9/2017 7:44 am:
Sorry I put you in that situation

GBergman 43M
27 posts
4/6/2017 8:18 am

sorry no use I ll make sure I ll have a look at them and get back to you : )

TheBargee 62M  
13661 posts
4/6/2017 8:48 am

I never saw Little Shop but i know Rocky Horror um... quite well! Saw the original Royal Court stage production in the Classic on the Kings Road and saw the movie more than once. I had both soundtracks on each side of a C90 which I wore out driving back and forth to college.

But I've never been to a "dress up and shout out the lyrics" screening. But if I did, I'm definitely Charles Gray! (well, on a good day! Today I'm looking disreputable enough to be Riff-Raff!)

Dreamcatcher__ 81M  
4411 posts
4/6/2017 10:56 am

I've never seen Rocky Horror. I've seen Little Shop on stage and screen, but only saw the stage production because someone I knew was playing Audrey. It was fun, but nothing to write home about... and no, I can't remember the lyrics. I have enough trouble remembering my address.

mstrm291 66M/54F  
46 posts
4/6/2017 1:10 pm

Both are great

drmgirl622 62F  
5824 posts
4/6/2017 3:36 pm

They both are good but Little Shop of Horrors just brings the belly laughs for me.

gaibarjan 68F
604 posts
4/7/2017 2:20 pm

I saw 'Little Shop of Horrors' YEARS ago and laughed until I cried. Thanks.! I may just go rent that and watch it again for the fun of it.

rebel_luey 50F  
2047 posts
4/9/2017 7:46 am

Me too have you been to a sing-a-long were you dress up and throw things and do actions. I love those

Note to self need to get another Magenta costume as mine now looking tatty

"We're one microscopic cog in his catastrophic plan"
Nick Cave

rocky2774 43M
28 posts
6/19/2017 7:39 am

never seen either...

frankella 54M
106 posts
6/19/2017 10:49 pm


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