Seymour Krelborn is a nerdy orphan working at Mushnik's, a flower shop in urban Skid Row. He harbors a crush on fellow co-worker Audrey Fulquard, and is berated by Mr. Mushnik daily. One day as Seymour is seeking a new mysterious plant, he finds a very mysterious unidentified plant which he calls Audrey II. The plant seems to have a craving for blood and soon begins to sing for his supper. Soon enough, Seymour feeds Audrey's sadistic dentist boyfriend to the plant and later, Mushnik for witnessing the death of Audrey's ex. Will Audrey II take over the world or will Seymour and Audrey defeat it?Written by
Audrey is pulled face-first into Audrey II's mouth, meaning she would be face-down on her belly. But she's face-up on her back when Seymour rescues her. It is possible that she rolled around and ended up on her back during her struggle. See more »
On the twenty-third day of the month of September, in an early year of a decade not too long before our own, the human race suddenly encountered a deadly threat to its very existence. And this terrifying enemy surfaced, as such enemies often do, in the seemingly most innocent and unlikely of places...
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"Special Thanks" are given to Paul Dooley, because his scenes as Patrick Martin were cut and re-cast with Jim Belushi. Dooley's scenes are restored for the Director's cut, and consequently Belushi gets the "Special Thanks" instead. See more »
The original colorized copy of the film's original ending was thought to be lost in a studio fire. However, as David Geffen didn't find out after the original DVD version was recalled, no such copy had ever existed. The ending remained lost, until director Frank Oz held a Q&A session during a Jim Henson-themed exhibit at the Museum of The Moving Image in Queens, NY that Warner Bros was in fact would release a restored edition of the film with the original ending for a future Blu-Ray and DVD release. Warner used re-discovered color negatives and production notes from Oz and the film's creative team to complete a Director's Cut with the original ending restored. The Blu-Ray and DVD were released on October 9th, 2012, and screened as part of a "Masterworks" screening (with "Richard III" and "Heaven's Gate") at the 50th New York Film Festival. Originally subtitled, "The intended Cut", the name was changed to "The Director's Cut", when Oz began to support the release. See more »
This movie adaptation of the musical is better than the original movie
What really won me over about Little Shop of Horrors is the music. The story is interesting, the characters are entertaining, but I can listen to the soundtrack over and over again without tiring of it. The songs are so much fun! Plus, the visual effects used to create Audrey II are quite impressive. This is one of the few times when the film adaptation of a delightfully morbid musical is better than the original movie on which the stage play was based.
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