The Little Shop Of Horrors

The Little Shop Of Horrors
The Little Shop Of Horrors

Film Details

Year

1960

Duration

70 minutes

Genres

Musicals

Language

English

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Synopsis

Seymour, who works in a florist's shop, has been doing a bit of experimenting, the result is Audrey Jr, a mutant Venus Fly Trap-type plant that can talk. Unfortunately, Audrey Jr also likes to eat people, and Seymour is soon providing the plant with food. Legendary micro-budgeted comedy horror movie that was made quickly for a bet but later inspired a hit stage musical, which was made into a movie. Cheap, weird, funny and quite unlike anything else.

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