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Desc:This is the biggest flop in broadway history. This is also a fun new use for raspberry jam.
Category:Horror, Music Videos
Tags:Musical, blood, carrie, broadway
Submitted:Lothar
Date:08/15/07
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Comment count is 13
mouser
Painful. I dare anyone to finish the clip.
Angel Carver
This is horrible, but I always wanted to see how the musical handled the prom scene. I deserved this.
Stopheles
I've been looking for footage from this musical since about 1989. It's spectacularly misguided, though you can kinda see what they were TRYING for (Robert Wilson horror-disco?) -- and that pyramid set didn't come cheap.
Hooper_X
Broadway of Evil.
Xiphias
Wow.
Rudy
I guess I missed the part in the movie where Carrie rose, Christ-like, to heaven. Was that an outtake?
Cube
Was the musical panned all the way to the left?
zatojones
Yes. That alone cost 6 million dollars to achieve on stage.

Rodents of Unusual Size
It's her descent into madness! They should have had her swinging on a rope, to make it even more effective.
Jimmy Labatt
Take THAT Showboat!

Jesus Christ what's next, a musical of The Running Man?

Meatsack Jones
I would go see that again and again, especially if the bill included the off-broadway take on any Earnest movie.

Caminante Nocturno
This looks like something I would've seen on the Muppet Show. Was that the Angel of Death coming down for her at the end?
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