The Little Shop of Horrors 1960 PG

7.40PM Fri 24 May 2019 (1hr 12mins)
GOMA | Cinema A | Free

SYNOPSIS

Seymour, a hapless florist’s assistant on LA’s skid row, grows an exotic plant in attempt to keep his job but finds that it cannot survive without feeding on human flesh. Roger Corman is legendary as a producer who could make films dirt cheap with miniscule budgets. Here, he called on cast and crew from Bucket of Blood 1959, which had completed shooting with two days to spare. In that two days and on the same set, The Little Shop of Horrors was filmed. Famous for featuring one of Jack Nicholson’s earliest screen roles, Roger Corman’s black comedy masterpiece about a man-eating plant remains a vital B grade staple.

CREDITS

35MM, COLOUR, MONO, 72 MINUTES, UNITED STATES, ENGLISH / DIRECTOR: ROGER CORMAN / PRODUCER: ROGER CORMAN / SCRIPT: CHARLES B. GRIFFITH / CINEMATOGRAPHER: ARCHIE DALZELL / EDITOR: MARSHALL NEILAN JR. / ART DIRECTOR: DANIEL HALLER / MUSIC: FRED KATZ / COSTUME DESIGNER: / CAST: JONATHAN HAZE, JACKIE JOSEPH, DICK MILLER, JACK NICHOLSON / PRINT SOURCE/RIGHTS: PARK CIRCUS / SCREENING FORMAT: DCP