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I had an incredible Halloween night. It involved bright red lipstick, lace lingerie and torn fishnet stockings. Okay, I wasn’t the one dressed like that, but almost everyone else in the theater was. About six hundred people packed into the Rialto, on October 31, to celebrate the final showing of the Rocky Horror Picture Show this year.

I had an incredible Halloween night. It involved bright red lipstick, lace lingerie and torn fishnet stockings. Okay, I wasn’t the one dressed like that, but almost everyone else in the theater was. About six hundred people packed into the Rialto, on October 31, to celebrate the final showing of the Rocky Horror Picture Show this year.
A young man in a black bra, garter-belt and fishnet stockings trailed closely behind her. Over one hundred fans near the stage took off their street clothes, revealed their costumes and began dancing on their chairs. Rihanna’s Don’t Stop The Music was blaring through the theater.
The Rocky Horror Picture Show is screened in Montreal every year around Halloween. Participants on stage act out the movie and the fans dress up like the characters in the film and interact with the screen.
“It’s so much fun,” said Lisa, a professional photographer. “It’s my second time here and this time I brought all the props.the rice, the toilet paper, the water gun, the newspaper and the toast.”
Almost everyone in the theater waited, with props close by, for key scenes in the film. When actors on the screen threw rice at the bride and groom, the audience began throwing rice at each other. When it rained in the movie, everyone whipped out their water guns.

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