Most movies are better on the big screen, but you really haven’t experienced The Rocky Horror Picture Show until you’ve viewed the campy classic in a theater full of hundreds of fans dressed up and shouting lines back at the characters. The story of a couple who get lost and find themselves in the middle of bizarre strangers holding an Annual Transylvanian Convention, this 1975 musical comedy flopped on release, but a year later fans in New York started hosting midnight screenings and a cult was born. You can worship at the altar of Brad, Janet and other classic characters at Chicago’s Music Box Theatre, where live performers act out the movie right in front of the screen. Don’t worry if this is your first time. Just tell them Dr. Frank N. Furter sent you.