Other than the masochist character in Little Shop of Horrors, there aren't many stories of people who love to go to the dentist. Most people probably identify more with the portrayal in the 1976 film Marathon Man, where Lawrence Olivier...Show More Summary
In today's Urban Planner: listen to Sheila Heti discuss the art of writing memoirs, check out some punk-rock photographs, and stop by the Little Shop of Horrors. Books: PEN Canada presents the newest event in the Ideas in Dialogue series—Literature of the Self, a discussion between CBC’s Jian Ghomeshi and author Sheila Heti. Show More Summary
No one thought anything strange of the little old Italian lady who lived alone for decades in her small home. Always leaving her home early in the morning to shop for groceries, always asking the...
As noted in Part 1 of our consideration of the 2013 NAEP results, the twenty years of NAEP testing prior to 1990 are not presented this year by Duncan's Little Shop of Horrors. To do so would serve as a reminder of how the dramatic narrowing...Show More Summary
Manchester branding agency Creative Spark has re-opened its Little Print Shop of Horrors – a collection of horror-film themed prints which will be sold online to raise money for charity.
Feed me, Seymour! Gourd carver extraordinaire Ray Villafane returned to the New York Botanical Garden this year to transform the world's largest pumpkin into a scene right from Little Shop of Horrors. Our editor-in-chief Jill Fehrenbacher and reporter Lori
Rick Moranis to Make Public Appearance at ‘Little Shop of Horrors’ Sing-Along via Rickey.org '80s movie staple Rick Moranis (who played every nebbish socially awkward role available to him) dropped out of the public eye in the late '90s but he's gonna be back just in time for Halloween for a Little Shop of Horrors sing-along! The Voice • American Idol • The X Factor
The world's largest pumpkin—a monstrous 2,032 pounds—started its transformation into spooky carnivorous plants at the New York Botanical Garden yesterday. Think a squashy Audrey from Little Shop of Horrors. [ more › ]
My friend, Susan, and I stood outside the store staring at the artful displays of colostomy bags, walkers and hernia girdles. I didn't want to go in. My doctors suggested I purchase a special chair and a support handle to help me get in and out of my shower. Show More Summary
Paranormal news and views for October 12, 2013: Tattoo shop owners say ghost of little girl and man haunt there Ghost appears in woman's window Sigmund Freud was convinced of the reality of telepathy 8 horror movie ghosts whose brutal...Show More Summary
New comic book Wednesday has come and gone. The dust at your local comic shop has settled. An eerie silence descends as you finish reading your last superhero book of the week. Now it's time for something a little more sinister. Welcome...Show More Summary
All right, everyone, let’s talk musical theater. Some gays, of course, are walking encyclopedias of the medium. But a lot of us have just cursory knowledge of the basics — Grease, Little Shop of Horrors, Hairspray, Moulin Rouge. We got to wondering: is there some kind of “Movie Musicals 101? class that we could take to [...]
[ 17 October, 2013 to 2 November, 2013. ] Canberra Philharmonic are doing Little Shop of Horrors! Feed me Seymore! The show will be running from the 17th of October to the 2nd November at Erindale Theatre in Wanniassa. One of the longest-running...Show More Summary
Rick Moranis, the Canadian actor, 80s comedy legend and SCTV alum best known to nerddom as Loius Tully of Ghostbusters, Dark Helmet of Spaceballs, and Seymour Krelbourne of Little Shop of Horrors hasn’t been seen in a film since 1996, but he’s hardly retired. He does VO work, performs as a musician, and is raising [...]
In the Eighties and Nineties, few actors were as popular or marketable as Rick Moranis. The SCTV comedian had an incredible run of Hollywood comedies from Ghostbusters to Little Shop of Horrors, Spaceballs, Honey I Shrunk the Kids, and Little Giants. He hasn’t appeared in a film since 1996, however, and the general belief is [...]
New comic book Wednesday has come and gone. The dust at your local comic shop has settled. An eerie silence descends as you finish reading your last superhero book of the week. Now it's time for something a little more sinister. Welcome to Bagged and Boarded: comic reviews of the sick, spooky, twisted and terrifying! Abe Sapien No. Show More Summary
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