Discogs: CD, End Of An Era. リリースのクレジット、レビュー、トラックを確認し、購入。/5(9). Anaphylactic shock is a type of severe hypersensitivity or allergic reaction. Causes include allergy to insect stings, medicines, or foods (nuts, berries, seafood), etc. Cardiogenic shock happens when the heart is damaged and unable to supply sufficient blood to the body. This can be the end result of a heart attack or congestive heart failure. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of State Of Shock on Discogs. Label: Intercord Record Service - IRS ,Doctor Dream Records - DD • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Punk/5(12).
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Get a Sample Issue. My Content Log In. Read a Free Issue. The film ditches the previous film's camp value and opts instead for shock horror! Having much in common with the superb "Melvin and Howard", "Shock Treatment" is a scathing satire of the manipulating powers of television and eerily preceeds the recent onslaught of soap opera-style reality TV shows. While a million "Rocky" fans continue to bemoan the fact it is bereft of Tim Curry hamming it up or even a mere hint of sexual androgyny, they are simply not seeing the film for what it is - a more intelligent and mature film, and, in my opinion, a superior one.
Firstly, the presence of the amazing Jessica Harper immediately cancels out any chance of missing Susan Sarandon. Though Sarandon was sexy, she couldn't sing. Harper on the other hand is both extraordinarily beautiful as well as being an amazing vocalist, having already proved this in De Palma's "Phantom of the Paradise" a campy film much in the vein of "Rocky Horror", but better in all departments.
Harper's solos are show-stoppers and she makes Janet's journey from girl next door to knockout sex symbol wholly credible. De Young is also a better performer than Barry Bostwick, while Curry's camp value is somewhat supplanted by Humphries in a rare non-Australian film appearance. My only complaint is that Nell Campbell, who is almost unrecognizable and looks simply amazing in the film, is tragically underused. Technically the film is something of an achievement, from the colorful sets, lighting and costume design, right down to the camera work check out the opening long shot.
Visually the film makes "Rocky Horror" seem like a dimly-lit Z-grade Hammer flick. The soundtrack is another component of the film that doesn't receive the attention it deserves, being much more diverse and mature in terms of the musical ground covered. From the country-tinged "Bitchin' in the Kitchen", the discofied "Me of Me" to the punk-lite "Breaking Out", the songwriting is more ambitious this time around but is nevertheless equally successful.
Particular highlights include the sombre "Lullaby" a wonderful sequence which was undoubtedly an influence on music videos in the decades to come and Harper's brilliant rendition of "Looking For Trade". I think notyet on its own merits it is a far superior film. So for now, as the film awaits its belated DVD release, "Shock Treatment" continues to roam the sullen void of cult film that failed to find a cult.
A Failed Attempt 12 August I agree that this is in no way a sequel to Rocky Horror, but it was hailed as a "follow up" to that movie AND there are so many references to Rocky Horror within Shock Treatment that a belief that this is somehow intended to be a sequel is understandable. Rocky Horror was an inspired satire on B horror movies and was obviously not created to have a cult following. The movie was intended to stand on its own without help from its audience.
Shock Treatment is so obviously designed to have audience participation that it is almost pathetic. All its songs have a sameness to them, the script is confusing and contains far too many obviously planted lines for audience responses, the plot what little there is of one is underdeveloped and painfully slow to unfold, the acting is weak, the sets are uninspired, the characters are flat, and the ending - despite the upbeat music - is dull.
The costumes are unique and exciting, but they fail to hold up the scenes in which they are used. The show has the feel of something quickly thrown together so as to capitalize on the success of Rocky Horror. This movie is actually so fun and campy. I honestly think it would have done so much better if it wasn't marked or related to rocky horror in any way shape or form.
I think people turned on it because they lived rocky horror so much. The songs are great. The story is a bit muddy but it is fun if you take the time to understand what is going on. Costumes are fab too. BandSAboutMovies 1 June The Rocky Horror Picture Show may have failed when it was first released, but somehow, midnight showings have kept it in limited release four decades after its premiere, making it the longest-running theatrical release in history.
I remember reading about this in an issue of the teen magazine Bananas. If you remember this magazine, you are officially old. Anyway, this script would have featured the return of all of the characters from the original film, even the ones who died. However, director Jim Sharman didn't want to revisit the film and Tim Curry had no interest in coming back. Two years later, Sharman and O'Brien reunited for this movie, which had the tagline "It's not a sequel And where Rocky is strange, Shock Treatment is near lunatic in its depiction of the town of Denton.
Complicating matters was that the Screen Actor's Guild strike led to the entire being shot on a sound stage in the UK, which I feel adds to the proceedings. Your mileage may vary, but there's plenty to like here if you keep an open mind.
Brad is now played by Cliff De Young The Hunger and Janet is Jessica Harper seriously, do you think she was tired of playing in films that only maniacs like me enjoy, like this one, Suspiria and The Phantom of the Paradise?
Denton has been taken over by fast good magnate Farley Flavors, also played by De Young, and is totally encased within a TV studio where town residents are either stars, cast, crew, regulars or audience members. While our heroes all escape, the rest of the town loves being on TV so much that they commit themselves to remain in Denton and all become characters on Dentonvale.
And you can catch Rocky Horror fan club president Sal Piro in a brief cameo. Barry Dennen, who plays auto dealer Irwin Lapsey had an interesting career. He helped Barbara Streisand develop her act and lived with her romantically for a year before learning that he was gay. Sadly, he never recovered from a fall in July of and died a few months later.
Shock Treatment never achieved the levels of fandom that Rocky Horror did. But man, it has some great songs, Jessica Harper in gothy makeup and a "Little Black Dress," and predates the world's fascination with reality TV by several decades. It's worth tracking down - it's really something else. Don't expect this to be like Rocky Horror because it's a different type of film though some RHPS characters do show up.
That doesn't mean it isn't good. In fact, I think the look, plot, and songs of ST are just as good, maybe even slightly better! It's a brilliant media satire that predicts the forthcoming "reality TV" and throws in celebrity worship and how a celebrity can be "made"--and then brought down. What if your town were all enclosed in a TV studio? And people could spy on what you were doing, as if you were in a soap opera or comedy or drama.
Yes, later done in The Truman Show Where people can pretend to be what they're not example: Bert Schnick, who isn't really blind, and Cosmo and Nation McKinley--they're not doctors, they just play them on TV The "not a sequel, not a prequel, but an equal" to Rocky Horror is now finally out on DVD. I enjoyed the special features, including the "Shock-umentary"; a feature on the music in the film, and commentary by the Presidents of the Shock Treatment Fan Club.
From the transformation of Janet Majors Jessica Harpergoing from run-of-the-mill housewife to sexy singer, to memorable characters like Bert Schnick Barry Humphries of Dame Edna fame.
Memorable songs make it come alive, and fans of ST will love the trivia bits especially in the commentary. I still remember the lackluster review it had received on Sneak Previews I think it was still on PBS at the Shock Treatment - Demise - End Of An Era (CD)but I still had to see it. Unfortunately for me, it was only showing at midnight, and I already played my ace with the parents on going to a midnight movie.
Through the years there have been several attempts to see it. All of them dashed. The line I would get from friends who did see it was, don't waste your time it's not as good as RHPS.
There's no way you could compare this to RHPS, but it is just as good in my opinion. I think Shock Treatment - Demise - End Of An Era (CD) movie probably could've done much better if it were marketed differently.
Maybe, you know, regular showings? Shock Treatment - Demise - End Of An Era (CD) a good story told in an interesting way having the action take place in the television studioand the songs? I loved the songs. I'm actually kicking myself for not buying the soundtrack before. The songs rocked! The only thing I can say to someone interested in seeing this is, don't watch it expecting to see RHPS. Watch it with an open mind. Another thing, I really enjoyed the ending. Those of us weaned on "Rocky Horror" are in for a shock with this one.
One off-putting but right on element is the set design, which is really pretty ugly, but why shouldn't it be? It's all set in a television studio! The plot is murky to begin with, and the denouement isn't all it could be, but it does make sense after you watch it twiceand the songs are almost up to RHPS standards, with winners like "We're Gonna Do It Anyhow," "Looking for Trade," and the title number. This is due out on DVD next month, and I'm ready to spring for it.
If you like off-kilter satire with rockin' numbers, you might like this too. ThrownMuse 15 March Brad and Janet are now married, and the game show host played rather deliciously by Dame Edna quickly convinces the impressionable Janet that the catatonic and emotionally unavailable Brad isn't living up to her standards.
Brad is held captive in the mental hospital Dentonvale while Janet is immediately thrust into Denton super stardom. Will their marriage survive? Will THEY survive? This movie is hilarious, but it slightly misses its target as a satire. De Young is awesome in his dual role as the comatose Brad and the overwhelming Farley, owner of Denton. Jessica Harper's powerhouse vocal performances are key to this movie.
The music rocks and the lyrics are witty. My only complaint about casting is that Little Nell has very little screen time. The ending is a bit of a tart--"Shock Treatment" is surprisingly anti-climactic.
But as much as this movie is ridiculous and silly, it is even more charming and entertaining. Favorite scene--Janet to Brad in his cellafter her first guitar-totin sequin-wearin performance as the star of Denton: "I've come to tell you I'm fabulous. Not the best movie, but a must-see if you're a Rocky person ultrageek-3 7 February I can tell you that you should see neither without an experienced audience.
Both films stink and should be seen with a grain or two of salt. Now, having said that, there are some good things to be said about Shock Treatment. The music is every bit as good as any cult movie's; some of the characters are likable; there's a lot of auto-referential details of varying degrees of obviousness that are fun to find; the old RHPS stars are fun in their new roles; the new stars are pretty lousy except for Betty Hapschatt who is a hoot; and it really is fun.
If you have a bit of self-respect and don't indulge in cult movies, this is no exception. Don't waste the time. Go do something respectable. There is significant agreement between the three sets of recommendations. Bipolar Disorders.
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Explore releases from Shock Treatment at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Shock Treatment at the Discogs Marketplace. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of State Of Shock on Discogs. Shock Treatment is a American dark comedy musical film directed by Jim Sharman, and co-written by Sharman and Richard O'glamandiadelnotas.changotesupilontinatoliwhitda.co is a follow-up to the film The Rocky Horror Picture Show.. While not an outright sequel, the film does feature several characters from the previous film, most portrayed by different actors, as well as several Rocky Horror actors in new roles.
Directed by Jim Sharman. With Jessica Harper, Cliff De Young, Richard O'Brien, Patricia Quinn. Janet and Brad become contestants on a game show but wind up as captives instead.
Shock Treatment is a parallel film to the events of The Rocky Horror Picture Show (in this movie those events are non-canon) with a script and lycris by Richard O'Brien and directed by Jim Sharman.. This movie follows two rewritings of previews failed projects such as "Rocky Horror Shows His Heels" that was indeed a sequel to The Rocky Horror Show but the idea was scrapped. Seeking prompt treatment for shock is required for the best results. Your results will depend on how fast your treatment for shock was applied, your recovery, your overall health, and the reason for the shock. Spinal shock is the most difficult to treat, as the spinal cord is responsible for many of the body’s important functions.
Oct 26, · Shock is also defined as a clinical state of cardiovascular collapse characterised by: An acute reduction of effective circulating blood volume An adequate perfusion of cells and tissues. The end result is hypotension and cellular hypoxia and if uncompensated may lead to impaired cellular metabolism and death.
Directed by Jim Sharman. With Jessica Harper, Cliff De Young, Richard O'Brien, Patricia Quinn. Janet and Brad become contestants on a game show but wind up as captives instead. Oct 26, · Shock is also defined as a clinical state of cardiovascular collapse characterised by: An acute reduction of effective circulating blood volume An adequate perfusion of cells and tissues. The end result is hypotension and cellular hypoxia and if uncompensated may lead to impaired cellular metabolism and death.
Jan 01, · Treatment of infection. Antimicrobials administered within the first hour of recognition of severe sepsis and septic shock should be the “goal” of therapy. Although an admirable goal, this time window is not the current standard of clinical practice. Initial empiric anti-infective therapy should be broad and target all likely pathogens and include antimicrobials that penetrate in.
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