Seeing "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" is a Halloween tradition, and there's nothing more classic than catching a midnight screening with your friends -- in costume.
In honor of Halloween, The Landmark E Street Cinema will be featuring three showings of "The Rocky Horror Picture Show." Here’s all you need to know before you go!WHERE: E Street Cinema | 555 11th St NW |Washington, D.C. 20004 WHEN: Fri., Oct. 27 -- 11:59 p.m. | Sat., Oct. 28 -- 11:59 p.m. | Sun., Oct. 29 -- 7 p.m. Standard ticket prices apply. Tickets will most likely sell out quickly, so make sure you purchase in advance or arrive early to guarantee your spot! "The Rocky Horror Picture Show," directed by Jim Sharman, and originally released in the United States 1975, is “a delightful spoof of Hollywood horror movies and Old Dark House melodramas, [starring] Tim Curry as the kinky yet endearing 'transsexual from Transylvania.'" It’s a horror movie, a comedy, and a very poignant commentary on sexual liberation in society. And traditionally, it’s screened in theaters across the country around Halloween with midnight showings. For more details on the movie, visit E Street Cinema’s synopsis here. Landmark E Street Cinema boasts one of the largest selections of independent and foreign films. They also screen older classics, as well as new releases when appropriate. The theater features a lounge area, where you may purchase alcohol and light snacks. Your experience will definitely be elevated from your normal theater; the seats are more comfortable, and the atmosphere is more glamorous and intimate. For more information on specifics of the E Street Cinema in D.C., and a current list of showings, visit their website here. Are you planning on seeing "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" this Halloween? What is your favorite part of going to the traditional Halloween screening? Let us know in the comments below!