The Little Shop of Horrors
The Little Shop of Horrors (1960)

Seymour is a young man who works in a flower store. He manages to create a carnivorous plant that feeds on human flesh. Nobody knows about it, so Seymour and the plant become good "friends". The plant needs food to grow up, so it… More

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Rated: R
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Release Date: September 14, 1960
DVD Release Date: April 30, 1998
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Critic Score: 92% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Steve Biodrowski

Whether the film fully lives up to its reputation is another matter, but there is no doubt that The Little Shop of Horrors has earned its small place in cult movie history.

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Jeffrey M. Anderson
Combustible Celluloid

Aside from all this surface nonsense, there's something interesting about the film (perhaps all the emphasis on eating and mouths).

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Alex Sandell
Juicy Cerebellum

A campy Corman classic. Drink some beers and have fun with it!

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Flixster Audience Score: 55% Flixster User Reviews
Kevin M. Williams
Think of a roomful of people all doing Jerry Lewis' New York Jew boychick routine for a little over an hour and you've got an idea of the comic goals… More
Spencer S.
Like the seminal 1986 musical with a similar title, this 1960 film has some very sick dark humor, this shorter film actually very innovative and grotesque for… More
Daniel Mumby
Assessing the value of old films is tough at the best of times, but assessing old horrors or comedies is especially difficult. Both genres are the subject of… More
Greg S
Meek Seymour Krelboyne grows a weird and very hungry plant that brings fame to Mushnik's Flower Shop on Skid Row in this black horror comedy. Great comic… More
Film Crazy
saw the orignal now yay!! i liked it i think i preferred the remark but i did like this it was funny as well!!
Tim Salmons
Low budget, fun, and silly. It's obvious this was shot over 3 days, but it's much better than you would expect it to be. Yeah, it's campy and… More

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