Shock Treatment

Shock Treatment (1981)

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Corrected entry: In the 'Rose Tint My World' number from the first film (Rocky Horror) Brad makes the comment 'help me Mommy.' In this film, it is revealed that Brad was orphaned at a very young age. Wouldn't Brad have sense enough to know that his Mommy wouldn't be able to help him from beyond the grave?

Correction: Brad had seen some pretty weird stuff in the 12 hours prior to the end of Rocky Horror, so calling for his mother, like a scared child would, wouldn't be out of the ordinary.

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Towards the end when Janet, Brad, Oliver and Betty are singing "We're going to do it anyhow," as they are dancing down the aisle, Betty very visibly trips and grabs Oliver to stop from falling over.



When Betty and Ollie are talking in their office (and Ralph and Macy come in), look carefully at the table all the way to the left. There's an issue of Time Magazine that says "Cult Classics," with a picture of The Rocky Horror Picture Show's famous red lips. (That film was the predecessor to Shock Treatment).