A Halloween idea for fans of the cult midnight movie The Rocky Horror Picture Show is to do your pumpkin carving this holiday of a character from the movie.
Printable Rocky Horror Pumpkin Stencils – Dr. Frank-N-Furter
In the movie The Rocky Horror Picture Show, the character Dr. Frank-N-Furter is a transvestite scientist from Transsexual, Transylvania. He was played by actor Tim Curry in the 1975 movie.
The pumpkin pattern website Zombie Pumpkins has a new printable Rocky Horror pumpkin stencil of the character Dr. Frank-N-Furter. The pumpkin stencil is a portrait image of the character.
You can find it in the movie monsters section of the Zombie Pumpkins website. In order for it to be printable, you must be a member of the website though.
The cheapest Zombie membership option costs $2. For two dollars, members receive two credits to download a pumpkin pattern that they can then use as a carving stencil.
Another website that offers a Dr. Frank-N-Furter pumpkin stencil is StoneyKins. It is located on page 3 of their sneak peek cut out patterns. It is also a portrait image.
As with Zombie, you must be a member of StoneyKins for it to be printable. Membership starts as a suggested donation of $5 for up to ten printable stencils.
Printable Rocky Horror Pumpkin Stencils – Riff Raff
Riff Raff was a handyman and was played by actor Richard O’Brien.
Fans of the character Riff Raff can also find a Riff Raff pumpkin stencil on the StoneyKins website. It is also located on page 3 of their sneak peak cut out section of the website. The design is another portrait image.
The Guilty Pleasure of The Rocky Horror Picture Show. “In a dark and crowded theater we wait, strewn about on sofas, sitting at tiny tables, and clustered around groups of miss matched chairs. Dressed in lingerie, visible skin in every direction, the patrons of this nearly dead theater wait with expectant breath.” By Crissy Gottberg (Published December 28, 2006)
Rocky Horror Picture Show Movie Bloopers. “Through this article, we will be taking a look at continuity goofs, scenes that reveal too much (cast and crew), and finally we’ll look at some of the more detail specific goofs!” By ACWriter101 (Published July 29, 2009)
Rocky Horror Picture Show Trailer. Watch the trailer for the 1975 film.