Filed Under () by Admin Fan on Wednesday, October 12, 2016
Posted at : Wednesday, October 12, 2016
Time is fleeting, indeed: It’s been 41 years since The Rocky Horror Picture Show made its first very fleeting appearance in movie theaters, and just a little less than that since it turned into a full-fledged cultural phenomenon via midnight revival screenings. Needless to say, most of those involved with Fox’s Oct. 20 TV-movie remake are too young to claim membership in the original cult — including music producer Cisco Adler, who, having been born in 1978, was wearing diapers when the original fans were putting on garter belts.
But when Adler says the movie and stage show are “literally in my blood,” he’s only stretching the literal a little. There’s that telltale last name: The 38-year-old is the son of Lou Adler, the rock and film impresario who brought the London stage production of Rocky Horror to America and then produced the 1975 feature film. Needless to say, maybe, the younger Adler is one of the few people in the world who never really experienced a Frank-N-Furter-free childhood. “It’s crazy how early those memories are in my head,” says Cisco. “It’s always the anniversaries that stick out, but I can remember dressing up as Riff Raff at 7 years old. I’m very proud of the patch it holds on my quilt of weirdness. Now I have the same sort of care for this franchise that my dad does — it’s the family crest.”
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