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The Little Shop of Horrors 1960 123movies

The Little Shop of Horrors 1960 123movies

The funniest picture this year!Aug. 05, 196072 Min.
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Watch: The Little Shop of Horrors 1960 123movies, Full Movie Online – When clumsy Seymour Krelborn spoils two of a client’s flowers, his boss Gravis Mushnick is ready to fire him from his flower shop until Seymour says he has mixed two different breeds of plant at home to create the “Audrey Jr.” hybrid. Mushnick agrees to give Seymour another chance, and the next day Seymour brings in Audrey Jr., which becomes Mushnick’s pride and joy and draws interest from his other employee Audrey Fulquard and more and more of their clients. Suddenly the plant ails, and Seymour accidentally learns that she likes blood. Upset because he doesn’t know how to feed her, he walks along the railroad track and throws a stone that accidentally hits the head of a man who falls on the track and a train runs over him. Seymour takes pieces of the body back to the shop and discovers that the plant likes human flesh. The next morning, Audrey Jr. has grown and become the attraction of the shop. But how will Seymour feed his plant again?.
Plot: Seymour works in a skid row florist shop and is in love with his beautiful co-worker, Audrey. He creates a new plant that not only talks but cannot survive without human flesh and blood.
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Horror comedy with low budget converted a cult movie
The picture concerns upon a geeky employee (Jonathan Haze) working in a florist shop called Mushnick (Mel Welles) who brings a carnivorous and ferocious plant developing a bloodthirsty hunger and is forced to murder for human eating .

Horror comedy blending black humor , parody , tongue-in-cheek and horror . The comedy is absurd and cheesy but gets its moments here and there . Incredible cheap but effective visual effects . This is a well known terror-comedy , it’s a quickie but was shot for two days and is deemed one of Corman’s best and funniest movies ever made although with lack budget . The principal actors and technicians will repeat along with Corman in various films ,in fact, the picture belongs to horror-black comedy sub-genre as ¨A bucket of blood¨ and ¨Creature from the haunted sea¨, both of them written by Charles B. Griffith (who is the voice of ¨Audrie the plant¨ and besides plays the thief) . In the film appears the Corman’s ordinary actors as Mel Welles, Dick Miller, Haze and a young newcomer Jack Nicholson in a comic interpretation as a sadomasochistic who receives a especial dental intervention . The picture is remade (1986) as an amused musical comedy by Frank Oz with Steve Martin and Rick Moranis . The flick will appeal to classic and cult movies fans.

Review By: ma-cortes
“I didn’t mean it!”
Seymour Krelboyne (Jonathan Haze) is a clumsy young nebbish who works in a flower shop and who has grown a very unusual new plant, something along like the lines of a Venus flytrap. As it grows, it brings him much fame, and it helps to bolster his confidence. Unfortunately, he finds that the plant is bloodthirsty. Not only that, but it can actually talk as well, and soon it’s relentlessly prodding him towards procuring it human victims for sustenance.

One of legendary producer / director Roger Cormans’ best known and best loved movies, its reputation as The Film Shot in Two Days precedes it, but it’s really quite an entertaining little dark comedy gem. It’s got a high body count and also takes a very cavalier attitude towards death, giving it a fine edgy quality. The dialogue is just full of malapropisms spouted by some of the characters. It’s got a high quotient of solid gags, and the cast simply couldn’t be better.

Corman stock company player Haze, in *the* big role of his career, is appealing as the put upon Seymour. Jackie Joseph is cute in the role of Seymours’ co-worker Audrey, who has inspired him to name the plant Audrey Jr. Mel Welles is great blustery fun as flower shop owner Mr. Mushnick. The great Dick Miller of so many fun Corman movies is hilarious as Burson Fouch, who regularly munches on flowers. Other fine contributions are made by Myrtle Vail as Seymours’ hypochondriac mom, who has a devastating idea of what constitutes fine cuisine, Leola Wendorff as Mrs. Shiva, whose family members are always dying, Wally Campo and Jack Warford as the deadpan, ‘Dragnet’ inspired police detectives, Meri Welles (Mrs. Mel Welles at the time) as the hooker Leonora Clyde, and John Herman Shaner as sadistic dentist Dr. Farb. Viewers will automatically recognize the young Jack Nicholson in one of his earliest film roles; he’s a riot as masochistic dental patient Wilbur Force, who’s addicted to dental pain. Writer Charles B. Griffith appears on screen as the hold-up man & the screaming man in Farbs’ office, and is also the voice of Audrey Jr.

The jazzy score by Fred Katz and Ronald Stein is enjoyable and the puppeteering / effects are actually pretty good.

This is one production that has definitely transcended the gimmick of originally having been made as a joke. It’s a wonderfully loony story that inspired a Broadway musical that itself got filmed in 1986.

Eight out of 10.

Review By: Hey_Sweden

Other Information:

Original Title The Little Shop of Horrors
Release Date 1960-08-05
Release Year 1960

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 12 min (72 min)
Budget 30000
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated Not Rated
Genre Comedy, Horror
Director Roger Corman
Writer Charles B. Griffith, Roger Corman
Actors Jonathan Haze, Jackie Joseph, Mel Welles
Country United States
Awards N/A
Production Company N/A
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix Mono
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1 (theatrical ratio)
Camera N/A
Laboratory N/A
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 16 mm, Super 8, 35 mm (blow-up)

The Little Shop of Horrors 1960 123movies
The Little Shop of Horrors 1960 123movies
The Little Shop of Horrors 1960 123movies
Original title The Little Shop of Horrors
TMDb Rating 6.2 304 votes

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