The Little Shop of Horrors (1960)
A gigantic man-eating plant with a female name plays a key role in both films.
parody of killer plant growing in garden
Segment 3 is titled "Little Cake of Horrors."
Poster seen at video store.
The Itchy & Scratchy episode Bart & Lisa write is called "The Little Barber Shop of Horrors", a clear spoof if this name.
Mushnik's Florist in game contains an ad for their new plant 'Audrey Jr.'
Mentioned by Corman.
When the protagonist sees a giant flower, she says it is "Audrey's long lost cousin" which is a reference to the giant man-eating plant and also to a character in that movie, "Audrey Fulquard".
Jack calls Doctor Lee "Seymour" because of his dealings with an out-of-control plant.
The title is a reference to the title of the movie.
Listed among the films produced by Roger Corman.
Subject of a $2,000 clue in the category "Hollywood Remakes"
DVD cover shown.
Movie listed on the box art of James' Classic Horror DVD Box Set.
Shrek says that he wants to hear a story "about a man-eating plant."
Mentioned by Will McAvoy.
Video case is shown.
Audrey II is listed as one of the answers to the Silence of the Lambs question on the Age Verification Form.
Poster is seen.
Scrutinizer refers to a shop keeper as "Gravis Mushnick"
Featured in main title footage
This film's theatrical trailer is featured.
Clips from this are shown
features clips and discussion on this movie
Audio is heard from the film (another Roger Corman production) -- it's listed in the credits.
This film is featured in this episode.
About his early career
Footage of the movie was shown.
Clips of this movie were shown.
clips featured in Roger Corman profile segment
watched at theater
clip shown in Horror montage
Documentary about this title's producer
discusses the original
The film is about a giant talking carnivorous plant that demands its keeper bring it meat and blood.