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Lost and Found Dept.

Lots of interesting feedback on yesterday’s post, which was about the not-particularly-interesting Kay Kyser movie YOU’LL FIND OUT.

Via Facebook, Jason Hyde points out, “That gorilla got around. 353 more words


The Rocky Horror Picture Show Review

An extraordinary creation, based on the London Musical by Richard O’Brien, this feature length adaptation of The Rocky Horror Picture Show captures the kooky, bloodthirsty, and overtly sexual nature of the stage performance – kudos to Jim Sharman. 302 more words

#BCM240 Week 5: Cinemas: Strangers in Public

Strangers in Public: Cinema Audiences

Revisiting my experiences of viewing films at the cinema is probably different than for most people. For almost as long as I can remember I have been studying cinema audiences, in particular cult film audiences. 767 more words


THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW (1975) - Great spoofery, rock music, and Susan Sarandon's breasts

The line for critical objectivity ends at The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Either you love this one, or you just don’t get it. (Count me among the former.) 433 more words


Suite Doctor Who

Suite Doctor Who

Lyrics by the Chaotic Neutral Orchestra.
Parody Medley of “Suite Madame Blue”, “The Grand Illusion,” “Blue Collar Man,” “Renegade,” “Come Sail Away,” and “Mr Roboto” (all by Styx), “Time Warp” from The Rocky Horror Picture Show, and including a segment of Rick Astley’s “Never Gonna Give You Up.” 874 more words

#BCM240 Media Audience Place

Week One 4/8/14:

Welcome to BCM 240 students! This week you were asked to do an introductory blog post which included a media space image that is relevant to each of you… since I’ll be asking some of you to share these in class, I thought it would be useful to do a post on this myself. 258 more words


My Top 10 Favourite Musicals.

Written: 13th August, 2011. 

Ever since I can remember I have had a love for theatre and have been lucky to have the opportunity to see a wide variety of plays, pantomimes and of course musicals, as seen in previous reviews I have experienced two of the best nights of my life this year and that is down to the sheer brilliance of going to the West End in London and seeing some stunning productions. 3,562 more words