The sarlacc, basically a huge, carnivorous pit in the desert with a spiky mouth and a beaked tongue, is one of the more memorable and pivotal characters in 1983’s Star Wars: Episode VI—Return Of The Jedi, and yet it has not inspired a great deal of merchandise or cosplay thus far. Show More Summary
“Feed me, Jabba!” Entertainer David Unger created this hilarious mashup of Star Wars and Little Shop of Horrors, turning Audrey II into the dreaded Sarlacc: [via GeekTyrant]
Director Frank Oz and his star, a mean green mother from outer space, during the making of his darkly comic musical. Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. Little Shop of Horrors is one of my happy place movies. It's one of the most easily rewatchable films of all time to me. Show More Summary
With American Blue's production of Little Shop of Horrors, we find a reliably fun vehicle with a stellar Equity cast, and Jonathan Berry’s direction presents it with all the skill and care this entertaining show deserves. Recommended! (read John Olson's entire review....)
Come on, who doesn't love a good Roger Corman horror/comedy movie? 1960's The Little Shop of Horrors, is one of his best and - we get a cameo from Jack Nicholson to boot. Seymour, a lonely guy working at a flower shop, finds a plant that likes blood so he starts feeding it. Show More Summary
It’s time to give ‘em that old razzle dazzle! Below, we’ve rounded up five of this week’s top musical theater casting notices. “LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS”Get your doo-wop ready! This L.A.-based production of “Little Shop of Horrors” is holding auditions May 27 for all roles, including leads Seymour, Audrey, and Mushnik. Show More Summary
Might actually be good for you. When people see a tomato that's sprouting five miniature tomatoes from its stem, or a carrot that looks like the foot of Sasquatch, it seems like a Little Shop of Horrors situation. But NPR says at least...Show More Summary
18 Feb-19 Mar Director Dean Bryant and choreographer Andrew Hallsworth (Sweet Charity) are re-teaming to bring Alan Menkin and Howard Ashman's musical about a...
Australia is so famous for its dangerous creatures that visitors often arrive fearful that everything that moves is out to get them. In a land where snakes, spiders, shells and even one of the iconic mammals — the platypus — can bite or sting, should we all be worried about plants as well? More »
Nepanthes maximum, a carnivorous plant that eats insects (Photo: LadydragonflyCC/Flickr) Once the idea of a giant, flesh-eating plant enters the imagination, it can be hard to dislodge. Imagine this: you’re in the jungle, and you discover a plant with surprisingly large, tentacle-like leaves. Show More Summary
In honor of the upcoming holidays - I'd intended Thanksgiving but maybe the self-serving bloodthirst of Black Friday is more thematically appropriate - I wanted to tip a hat to an old favorite. Alternately: I'm happy that Frank Oz's intended version of Little Shop is out in the world, but it's the version quickly making itself scarce that I'm grateful for.
"Cocktails and Classics: Little Shop of Horrors" premieres this Sunday on Logo TV, and this quiz will help get you in the spirit by finding out which character from the movie you are.
The hosts of Logo's Cocktails and Classics summarize the movie musical "Little Shop of Horrors" in 30 seconds.
When it comes to Halloween, professional seamstress and designer Steph Peterson has gained some serious renown for her elaborate pop culture-themed family costumes. From "Beetlejuice" to "Labyrinth" to "Little Shop of Horrors," no film is too ambitious for this mom. Show More Summary
Plus, ABC goes '80s with "Wicked City," "The Returned" return to Sundance while "Cocktails & Classics" recovers from Halloween at the "Little Shop of Horrors."
We’re used to seeing giant pumpkins, but look at the size of that cabbage! It look like Audrey 2 from Little Shop of Horrors. Alaska is known for its giant vegetables. You’d think that it would be hard to grow giant crops in such a northerly latitude, but the latitude is exactly what causes the growth. Show More Summary
It's been a while, but actor Rick Moranis is back in the news. The actor, who had a very successful run through the 80s and early 90s, starring in films like The Little Shop of Horrors, Ghostbusters I & II, Spaceballs, and Honey, I Shrunk The Kids has been out of the limelight for quite some time. Show More Summary
Rick Moranis fans, rejoice! Well, maybe not just yet, but there’s hope for the future. The 62-year-old actor, known for his splendid work in Parenthood, Ghostbusters, Spaceballs, Little Shop of Horrors, My Blue Heaven, Streets of Fire,...Show More Summary
At first, the horrifically hilarious musical remake wasn't a huge hit.