A flashback to the truly tacky sexploitation rip-off of Little Shop of Horrors The post Remembering 1973’s Please Don’t Eat My Mother appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
I posed this very question to the Overlords and here are our contributions: Jodi The Color Purple, Lethal Weapon, Little Shop of Horrors, Jumpin' Jack Flash, Howard the Duck. Steven Lethal Weapon. Terminator. Dirty Harry. Stripes. TK Beastmaster. Die Hard....
Carnivorous plants haven’t have the best media representation. The 1986 cult classic Little Shop of Horrors depicted these hungry little darlings as bloodthirsty beasts, which isn’t entirely inaccurate—depending on where they’re located, carnivorous plants eat everything from flies to frogs. Read more...
? When it comes to the world of Muppets and old-school puppetry, look no further than the amazingly talented Frank Oz (Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Little Shop of Horrors, and What About Bob?). Oz’s career has encompassed his talented work as a puppeteer, voice-over artist (This is the man who voiced Yoda for crying out loud!), and […]
The GOP-led Congress opened for business this week with a major stumble that initially obscured much of the budding little shop of horrors Republicans are already fostering. But nonetheless, it was a victory for the people, who collectively...Show More Summary
"Feed me, Seymour!" If there's anything better than "Little Shop of Horrors," we don't wanna know about it. We're not talking about the Roger Corman flick, but rather the 1986 movie musical inspired by it (but mostly based on the hit off-Broadway musical that was inspired by Corman's film. Show More Summary
Tichina Arnold is probably best known for playing Pam (Gina's best friend and Martin's adversary) on the beloved ’90s sitcom Martin, but a few years before that, Frank Oz gave her her big break in Little Shop of Horrors as one of the singers in the Greek chorus. Show More Summary
When you’re on the road in a new town and the gas tank begins relentlessly nagging for fuel like the man-eating plant Audrey in Little Shop of Horrors, you know it’s time to find the nearest gas station. Apple Maps can get you thereShow More Summary
We take some work off the busy director's plate and cast his Little Shop of Horrors remake with stars of the Arrowverse. The post Little Arrowverse of Horrors: Casting Greg Berlanti’s Movie Musical appeared first on CBR.com.
Suddenly, Seymour is returning to the big screen.
In case you're keeping score at home, there are five cabinet posts left to be filled: State, Interior, Agriculture, Energy, and Veterans Affairs. Plus there are three cabinet-level positions still open: Office of Management and Budget, US Trade Representative, and Council of Economic Advisors. Of these, State and OMB are the most important. Show More Summary
Audrey II is back for seconds.
We're long overdue for a modern update on Little Shop of Horrors, the story of a Nice Guy who breaks bad.
Little Shop of Horrors is getting a new movie, and the director is bound to make a ton of superhero fans happy.
Look out, look out, look out, look out, the plant known as Audrey II is coming to devour mankind once again. According to Deadline, Greg Berlanti is going to direct a reboot of Little Shop Of Horrors for Warner Bros. Deadline’s report...Show More Summary
Arrow producer Greg Berlanti is making his big-screen return to direct a reboot of Little Shop of Horrors for Warner Bros.
The man behind the Arrowverse has signed on to helm a remake of Little Shop of Horrors for Warner Bros. The post Arrow’s Greg Berlanti to Direct Little Shop of Horrors Remake appeared first on CBR.com.
Yup, it's a musical. Read more...
Fans of shows like Supergirl, The Flash, Arrow, and Legends of Tomorrow have probably wondered if those characters would ever make it to the big screen. Well the executive producer of those shows did just sign on to do a big Warner Bros. movie, but don’t expect any superheroes. Just one super hungry plant. Read more...
The man-eating plant is hungry again.