Jones' Mushnik nails the rags to riches to compost proprietor of a flower shop. His stentorian voice alone would ensure this production could work as a radio show; it defines his character: an Abe Vigoda high-spirited, not a little desperate character who wears his grief on his sleeve.
It's so simple, yet so effective. On the outside, a slightly esoteric green clutch handbag. On the inside, giant teeth and a gaping maw begging for food. I kind of want to get a little voice chip so that every time you open it up, it says, "Feed me, Seymour!" $85 on Etsy
This is the story of how Mr. Whale and I ended up singing “Suddenly Seymour” inside our local Men’s Wearhouse. (From Little Shop of Horrors) Okay, actually it’s the story of buying Mr. Whale’s wedding attire. But somehow we ended up acting…
Nothing is scarier than when plants come to life and attack you (cuing Little Shop of Horrors soundtrack) Ryan Lewis learned this firsthand by donning a bush costume and plopping himself down in the middle of a busy outdoor plaza. Then...Show More Summary
This week in horror history saw the birth of two modern movies classics and one evil seductress. Vampira, born Maila Nurmi changed the face of TV as the hostess of the ‘50s cult and sci-fi series, The Vampira Show. She boasted two-inch...Show More Summary
Page 2 is a compilation of stories and news tidbits, which for whatever reason, didn’t make the front page of /Film. After the jump we’ve included 46 different items, fun images, videos, casting tidbits, articles of interest and more. It’s like a mystery grab bag of movie web related goodness. Header Photo: Back to the [...]
"Feed me Seymour" takes on a whole new meaning with these Audrey II earrings. Celebrate that Little Shop of Horrors! Handmade from clay, these earrings take a nip out of your earlobe and hold on for dear life. $20.00 at Etsy.com
In our Epic Halloween DIY Costume thread, Boing Boing reader Charles Pieper (tumblr, Twitter) says, "This year I am going as Seymour from 'Little Shop of Horrors' and yes indeed I made Audrey II as well!" So very brilliant, Charles!
“Director’s Cut” has become such a devalued term since the advent of DVD that I now reflexively cringe pretty much every time I see it, assuming that it’s just a cheap marketing ploy. There are legitimate cases, however, and Little Shop...Show More Summary
When Roxaboxen announced the fourth annual 24 Hour Horror Fest, I didn’t know what sort of terrors lay in wait at this art gallery turned little shop of horrors.
The original ending of Frank Oz’s 1986 adaptation of the off-Broadway smash Little Shop Of Horrors—in which an army of giant blood-drinking plants from outer space destroy humanity in a film-ending orgy of mindless destruction—is soShow More Summary
October is halfway over, and we’ve still got a ton of Blu-ray and DVD horror releases coming our way. In this week’s round-up, I take a look at the Jersey Devil flick The Barrens (10/09/12), the very strange Excision (10/16/12), Warner Bros. Little Shop Of Horrors Blu-ray (10/09/12) with the original ending (finally!), and Universal’s [...]
The internet just keeps giving with respect to new looks at old films, and this week has seen the arrival of test effects footage for William Friedkin‘s horror classic The Exorcist, and also some footage from an alternate ending for Frank Oz‘s 1986 version of Little Shop of Horrors, in which the singing and man-eating plant [...]
Skeleton sculptor Tim Prince took a bit of the person-eating plant from Little Shop of Horrors and added a pinch of Aliens' xenomorph queen to create this fearsome tribute to the horror comedy musical. I wouldn't put it past this critter to attempt world domination. More »
With its wicked and warped sense of humor, catchy song numbers and camp sensibilities, Frank Ozs big screen adaptation of the off-Broadway show inspired by the Roger Corman movie iLittle Shop Of Horrorsi was destined to be a cult classic.
Frank Oz has potty-trained more children than probably anyone else in the entire world. Well, not literally, but he has been a huge help in the process for parents worldwide as the voice of Sesame Street’s Grover, Cookie Monster, and countless other characters from the Jim Henson universe (including Miss Piggy, Fozzie Bear, Animal, and many more). Show More Summary
Reviewed by Mac McEntire Quote: "For years -- years! -- I resisted buying Little Shop of Horrors on DVD, knowing that out there, somewhere, there would be a better edition of the movie to own. That day is finally here."
I am pleased to announce that I have a Blu-ray copy of the newly released 1986 musical classic, Little Shop of Horrors to give away, in a new contest I am calling The Retroist Win a Copy of Little Shop … Continue reading ?
When it hit cineplexes in 1986, the Hollywood adaptation of the off-Broadway musical Little Shop of Horrors had a much more cheerful ending than its theatrical source material (and the 1960 Roger Corman movie that inspired that). Mo...
Originally, Frank Oz wanted Little Shop of Horrors to feature the same ending of the Off-Broadway show that inspired the movie. The only problem was that in this finale, everybody dies. Bummer. Bu...