Little Shop of Horrors, 1986 Film With Rick Moranis & Steve Martin
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When seven girlfriends and their fabulously gay guy-friend plan a weekend away, they're looking forward to nonstop gossip, diet-disregarding carb overloads and, of course, some heavy drinking. What they aren't planning on is being picked off one-by-one by the killer who stalks this rented house -- once the site of a mass murder of 15 teenage girls ... their bloodstains still soaked into the floorboards beneath hastily replaced carpeting. Now the personal vanities of this house's current occupants will be their undoing, as their vacation becomes a fight for survival. From writer-director Jane Clark (Meth Head), Crazy Bitches plays with familiar horror film tropes in a fun, fresh way, gleefully terrorizing its characters -- and its viewers -- along the way. Learn More
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Director: Frank Oz
Based on the Roger Corman cult classic film! This film version slams together twisted humor, a singing plant, a sadistic dentist, and sweet and oblivious love between two skid-row denizens into a rollicking musical well worth watching again and again. Rick Moranis and Ellen Greene portray perfectly clumsy Seymour and bubbly but easily dominated Audrey as they search for a way off skid row. A strange and unusual plant Seymour found after an eclipse might be their ticket out, but the plant Seymour calls Audrey II also desires a strange and unusual food: blood. Moranis and Greene sing with verve and passion, making each song a joy, and the cartoonish sets recall a stage musical even as Frank Oz wields the camera skillfully to make the most of the movie format. Fans of musicals shouldn’t miss this movie, and nonfans will soon be converts. With Steve Martin, John Candy, Vincent Gardenia & Bill Murray.
Running Time: Rating: PG