Every weekend for more than 30 years, thousands of movie-goers around the world have filled cinemas to watch a certain B-movie. They've seen the film hundreds of times but keep lining up to buy tickets for the midnight show as if it were the first time. We're talking about the biggest cult phenomenon in the history of film. We're talking about 'The Rocky Horror Picture Show', the story of Brad and Janet (Barry Bostwick and Susan Sarandon), a couple of clean-cut, well-off 'kids' whose established canons of behavior collapse when they succumb to the irresistible charms of transvestite Frank-N-Furter (Tim Curry). All seasoned with aliens, fishnets, muscular men, make-up and lots of music.