“There’s no crime in giving yourself over to pleasure.”
In this episode I talk with Lauren Everett about her book People Like Us: The Cult of the Rocky Horror Picture Show. It’s a photo study of several different “shadow casts”, that’s people who dress up and act out The Rocky Horror Picture Show in front of the screen. This isn’t just about going to a weird movie at midnight and throwing toast, it’s about community, frivolity, and general zaniness. You can buy Lauren’s book here.
Shes also done a short documentary on the subject, which you can see on her Vimeo page.
Susan Sontag’s book On Photography
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