UPDATE: At a time when the nation finds itself hopelessly adrift in a moral quandry caused by the alleged foul-mouthness of Grover aka Grover Kent (see original reporting below), a voice filled with (appropriately enough) Yoda-like wisdom offered his ruling on the matter – which we can now classify “Case Closed” (for now). That’s right, […]
little shop of horrors
Director/screenwriter Don Hahn (producer, The Lion King, Beauty and the Beast) reminds us of the beautifully creative life and times of famed lyricist Howard Ashman in his touching and informative documentary Howard, which had its premiere at the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival; and Bleeding Cool had the opportunity to screen during the festival’s run. Over the […]
Little Shop Of Horrors is coming back to theaters for two nights, on October 29 and October 31, thanks to Fathom Events. And to sweeten the deal, the movie will screen with its original, darker ending, in which… …the plant eats Seymour and Audrey. The ending was changed when test audiences didn’t react well, but now […]
Looks like there will be an Audry III, as news emerges that Warner Bros. has greenlit a do-over of Little Shop of Horrors. This would be the third film adaptation, stemming from Roger Corman's original black and white 1960 version featuring a very new to acting Jack Nicholson.
Digitally remastered screenings of Little Shop of Horrors, the original Evil Dead, Bonnie and Clyde, Trainspotting and more. Kicking off tonight.
Try not to read it in "one of his voices."
Dynamic Forces is to produce toasters featuring Warner Bros imagery, including the likes of Watchmen, The Wizard of Oz, A Christmas Story, Where the Wild Things Are, The Goonies, Gremlins, Little Shop of Horrors, Watchmen, Friday the 13th, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Mad Magazine, Friends and the like. The toasters will burn related […]
Little Shop of Horrors was a Corman quickie, first of all, featuring an early performance by Jack Nicholson that beggars belief, in a role that renders that shatters that belief into stardust. Then, in the 80s, the film formed the basis of a stage musical by Howard Ashman and Alan Menken, which then became a […]