The Rocky Horror Picture Show
On both screen and stage, “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” is the stuff of tradition for many a pop culture buff.
Using promotions to entice movie lovers to cinemas is not a new concept. But in the face of competition from convenient $1 Redbox kiosks and Netflix delivering movies to doorsteps, it's more important than ever.
Hobart resident Christina Toma takes tickets Saturday night as customers line up for a late-night showing of "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" at Hobart's Art Theater.
Wanda Lindfeldt, of Westville, didn't mind driving from LaPorte County to Schererville in October to attend an advance screening of Hugh Jackman's action film, "Real Steel."
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