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Please Don't Eat My Mother! (1973)

A middle-aged man buys a plant with a sexy voice that develops a craving for insects, frogs, dogs, and humans.

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A middle-aged man buys a plant with a sexy voice that develops a craving for insects, frogs, dogs, and humans.

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Pretty Young Ladies Make the Perfect Plant Food! See more »

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Strange Fun
13 October 2008 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

Please Don't Eat My Mother! (1972)

** (out of 4)

Softcore remake of Roger Corman's The Little Shop of Horrors manages to show a lot of skin as well as turn out to be a smart spoof in its own right. Buck Kartalian (from Planet of the Apes) plays a loser who lives with his mom and hasn't even been with a woman. One day he buys a plant, which turns out to have a sexy female voice but even weirder is that the plant needs live food to stay alive. There's no question that this one here is more sex than horror but as far as these Something Weird type films goes this one is pretty good. There are quite a few funny scenes with our loser trying to comfort the plant who is dying of hunger. There are even better scenes of him battling with his mother who hears the female plant's voice and thinks that her virgin son has a real woman in his bed. There are countless sex scenes and I was rather shocked at how far one went but for the most part they are fairly harmless and not too erotic.


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