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The Rocky Horror Picture Show has gained a devout cult following since its release in 1975, and now 20th Century Fox is bringing this classic film to a whole new generation with the 35th anniversary Blu-ray Disc edition.
Available to buy now, the Blu-ray edition provides the unique blend of outlandish horror, sci-fi and toe-tapping musical numbers that are synonymous with the film, but with a new DTS HD 7.1 sound track and remastered video.
As well as the standard DVD extras, such as an interview with Richard O’Brien and Patricia Quinn, the Blu-ray version offers a host of exclusive fantastic features. There is an alternative black and white opening, a sing along ‘Rocky-oke’, interactive games and trivia, deleted scenes, outtakes and lots of other mini-features, theatrical trailers and photo galleries – perfect if you just can’t get enough of Frank-N-Furter, Magenta or the rest of the Rocky Horror experience.
BD Horror News has the full review and list of Blu-ray extras here.