Suddenly Gyllenhaal! Jake Gyllenhaal will briefly star as tortured florist Seymour Krelborn in a limited -run revival of Little Shop of Horrors. But wait, that's not even the big news. Ellen Green is also returning as Audrey!
There is nothing better than singing in a movie. Nothing. But what is the very best, "holy shit my hair is on fire" show-stopping musical number to ever exist on film?
Movie-making is a bizarre and chaotic process. Sometimes, the flurry of rewrites and added footage can result in an unlikely masterpiece. But sometimes, test audiences randomly dislike a film, and this leads to ill-advised reshoots. Here are 10 science fiction and fantasy movies that had new footage added, which made…
There is nothing better than a musical segment, that lets a villain can stop and lay out his evil plans for the rest of the audience, set to music. A supervillain who can sing has more panache than regular mundane villains. To celebrate the best of the serenading evildoers, we've gathered our favorite villainous…
Skeleton sculptor Tim Prince took a bit of the person-eating plant from Little Shop of Horrors and added a pinch of Aliens' xenomorph queen to create this fearsome tribute to the horror comedy musical. I wouldn't put it past this critter to attempt world domination.
When it hit cineplexes in 1986, the Hollywood adaptation of the off-Broadway musical Little Shop of Horrors had a much more cheerful ending than its theatrical source material (and the 1960 Roger Corman movie that inspired that).
Gasp! Little Shop Of Horrors is coming back, produced by (and potentially starring) Joseph Gordon Levitt. Which means we could one day see JGL belting out "Suddenly Seymour" in tight pants and glasses — unless they decide not to make it a musical.
Tonight's streaming pick is a mean green mother from outer space. Just sit back, open a vein, and let little Audrey II have a sip, eh Seymour?
Horror isn't always slimy and grotesque; some of the most frightening monsters come in the cutest packages. We list the fluffy, wide-eyed, and downright adorable critters that want to scare you, eat you, or enslave you for all time.
We're still a week away from watching Megan Fox snack on schoolboys in Jennifer's Body. In the meantime, we're serving up a list of the other women in science fiction who hunger for human flesh.
Monster Ark writer Declan O'Brien says he's optioned the rights to Roger Corman's 1960's Little Shop Of Horrors. Impossible to top the 1980s Frank Oz musical production? O'Brien doesn't think so.
Plant monsters are making a comeback, with The Ruins giving us an ancient Mayan plant thing in theaters and M. Night Shyamalan about to try our patience again with his forthcoming plant toxin movie The Happening. But there's a long history of evil plants on film, which seemingly has been forgotten in these new…