When: Oct. 28-31, 10 p.m. 2014
This film gained a second life after premiering in the midnight movies program at New York City's Waverly Theater on April Fool's Day 1976. A core audience of rabid fanatics (which included composer Mark Shaiman, of "South Park" and "Hairspray" fame) found themselves drawn back to the cinema again and again, and they began singing along, booing at the bad guys, talking back to the screen (the first reported call-back: "How strange was it?"), and even dressing like the characters. Their dedication has helped make "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" into the longest running theatrical release in cinema history.