Beam Me Up, Scotty!: A contest to win Funko Pop! figures asked people to state their favorite quote from the movie. Most people had this response (which could've been a joke response): "I'm Rocky Horror and this is my picture and this is the show during which I present my picture. Now let's dance and basically do sexy things."
Cowboy BeBop at His Computer: Some people will misspell Columbia's name as Colombia. Even the listing on the Funko website of Columbia's POP figure of Columbia website misspells her name, but the packaging calls her the correct name. In addition, the back of the packaging of the Funko Pops calls Frank N Furter "Frank N Further".
Some people call Eddie "Meat Loaf", although that was his actor's name, not the character's name. Columbia also has a similar problem: occasionally, people call her "Little Nell" instead of Columbia, which is the nickname of her actress, Nell Campbell.
Often, people will confuse Columbia and Magenta for each other. See the What Could Have Been section for an ironic thing about this confusion between the characters.
One Retro Junk article claimed that Columbia only showed up at the beginning of the movie and then returned at the end of the movie. This may have been because Columbia only has a few speaking lines in the film.
The book The Celluloid Closet claims that Frank N Furter came back to life at the end of the movie. However, there have been several sequel ideas where that happens. Unfortunately, all those ideas have been in Development Hell, and the first sequel with the resurrection concept turned into Shock Treatment.
Some people believe that the Sweet song Ballroom Blitz was featured in this movie, and the people who think the song is in the movie might be confusing the song for The Time Warp.
A few of the questions in the Rocky Horror trivia game, which was written by Sal Piro (who is the president of the Rocky Horror fan club), have incorrect answers.
People will sometimes call the stage show "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" instead of "The Rocky Horror Show".
A worksheet about blockbuster films claims that the movie came out in 1971. The stage show didn't come out until 1973, and the movie came out 2 years later.
Some sources, including the Netflix description of the movie, claim that Frank N Furter is a vampire.note He isn't, but he's dressed as one when he descends in the elevator.
An article about Kelly Osborne dressing up as Magenta for her birthday claims that Magenta is Dr. Frank N Furter's sister. Magenta is actually the sister of Riff Raff.
Susan Sarandon refuses to talk about the movie, but not for the usual reasons. It's because she hates the fact that none of the cast members get royalties from the DVD sales.
Tim Curry was very reluctant to talk about the film for years and even told VH-1 that he grew "chubby and plain" in order to try escaping the role. These days, he's more open to talk about the film and even sees it as a "Rite of passage" for teenagers.
Peter Hinwood (Rocky) is only slightly embarrassed by being in the film. Contrary to popular rumor, he's never thrown anyone out of his shop for talking about the film. He only sees the film as a "part of the past" and rarely talks about it.
Very minor example in Meat Loaf's case. He has fond memories being a part of Rocky Horror, both the US stage play, and the film, but he was not happy that he was not allowed to play Dr. Scott in the film (it's tradition in stage shows that Eddie and Dr. Scott be played by the same actor), and felt the film's actor (played by Jonathan Adams, the original Criminologist in the UK stage play) did not adequetely portray the character well, nor have the right kind of voice for "Eddie's Teddy".
Cut Song: "Once in a While," featured in the stageshow. For the film the song was to have been sung by Brad after his... erm... encounter with Frank. Footage was shot for it but left out of the film; a "reconstruction" using the footage and other bits from the movie has appeared as an extra feature on every home release of the film since the 1995 LaserDisc edition.
To a lesser extent, the American print of the film had the exposition song "Super Heroes" all but cut out except for the final verse (the Criminologist's "And crawling..." speech). You can optionally restore it in the DVD release.
To an even lesser extent, verses were removed from "Over at the Frankenstein Place" and "The Sword of Damocles." These were apparently never even shot.
Development Hell: Richard O'Brien has been mulling over making a direct sequel note Shock Treatment doesn't count! to the original stage show for years. However, so far, all that's been seen are a few scrapped scripts and a vague concept that involves Frank coming back to life, though he's apparently written the first act to the sequel.
Director Allusion: Riff Raff's hair color in the remake may remind some people of Carlos from [[Film/Descendants]], another TV movie Kenny Ortega was involved with.
Tim Curry was the only one who knew Eddie's corpse would be under the table. All of the reactions from the actors as he tears the tablecloth away are genuine.
For the scene where Dr. Scott is dragged into the laboratory via electromagnetnote GO, SPEED RACER, GO SPEED RACER, GO SPEED RACER, GOOOOO!, the production designers realized they forgot to build a door for him. What did they decide to do instead? Use him to knock down the friggin' wall.note HEY, KOOL-AID! OH YEAHHHHHH.
Mags or sometimes also 'Mag' (pronounced Majj) for Magenta.
Fan Community Nickname: Interestingly, only applies to a specific subset of the fandom: those who have never seen this movie in a theater with a live cast as part of the Audience Participation are referred to as "virgins" while those who've seen it regularly are called "sluts."
Hey, It's That Place!: The exterior of Frank's castlenote Oakley Court in Real Life. has been used in a few other horror films.
Late-Arrival Spoiler: The music that plays during the main menu of the Blu-Ray for the movie is the reprise of Science Fiction Double Feature, where the lyrics describe the ending of the movie. There are also several fake movie posters that give away several of the plot points of the film. For instance, there is one poster entitled They Came From Outer Space, which not only spoils the plot twist that Frank N Furter, Riff Raff, and Magenta are aliens, but the poster also shows a picture of Rocky carrying Frank N Furter's dead body in his arms.
Mexicans Love Speedy Gonzales: A lot of British people like the film due to most of the cast being British actors. Also, performances of the original stage show, The Rocky Horror Show, are more common to find in the UK than the United States, where showings of the movie with shadowcasts are more common than the stage show.
The throne that Janet sits on in Shock Treatment is Frank's after being upholstered red. The American Gothic Couple painting seen hanging in the dressing room is presumably the one from the first movie.
Romance on the Set: At the time Richard O'Brien was married to Kimi Wong who played one of the transylvanians.
Before Jim Sharman decided to use most of the original West End cast, Mick Jagger auditioned for the part of Frank.
Sharman's first pick for Brad Majors was Cliff DeYoung, as he'd starred in his production Trials of Oz. When Barry Bostwick was unable to play Majors in Shock Treatment, DeYoung was tabbed to play Brad by Sharman.
Word of God: According to Richard O'Brien, it was actually Riff Raff who did most of the work on Rocky. Riff's line "Everything is in readiness, master. We merely await your... word". is pretty clearly a stab at Dr. Furter.