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Shock Treatment

Shock Treatment ★½ Traitement de Choc 1981 (PG)

Seldom-seen mediocre semi-sequel to the cult classic, “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” (1975). Brad and Janet, now married and portrayed by different leads, find themselves trapped on a TV gameshow full of weirdos. Same writers, same director, and several original cast members do make an appearance. 94m/C VHS, DVD . Richard O'Brien, Jessica Harper, Cliff DeYoung, Patricia Quinn, Charles Gray, Ruby Wax, Nell Campbell, Rik Mayall, Barry Humphries, Darlene Johnson, Manning Redwood; D: Jim Sharman; W: Jim Sharman, Richard O'Brien; C: Mike Molloy; M: Richard Hartley, Richard O'Brien.

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