RiffTrax: Little Shop of Horrors - from the stars of Mystery Science Theater 3000!
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The disc gives you the option of watching this 1960 "classic" with or without the riffing (you get the same video distortion either way). I take mine with; it's less painful that way.
Roger Corman's THE LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS (1960) is a deliberately silly, campy romp with over the top characters, surreal situations and nonsensical, non-realistic dialog. The main plot concerns a meek and weedy clerk who grows a giant man-eating plant in order to win the affections of a rather dull and ordinary woman. More by accident than design, the clerk manages to keep his creation fed with increasingly random members of the local population until finally the plant's appetite for blood cannot be contained. I wouldn't go so far as to call this a bad movie; it is what it is. It's not intended to be taken seriously and so I found it a little difficult to fully take the mocking in the spirit in which it was intended.Read more ›
Or you could mention 50 times that Seymour wears a scarf and hat all the time.
Sometimes, Rifftrax movies are best watched without the riffing. I think this is one of those times. But then, I prefer their "Plan 9 From Outer Space" unriffed, too, so consider the source.
For one of the best, check out Rifftrax, "House on Haunted Hill." RiffTrax: House on Haunted Hill - from the stars of Mystery Science Theater 3000!
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Even if the riffing had been superb (and it was really just okay), I'd still warn people off this movie. It was bad in a bad way, not at all enjoyable. Read morePublished on March 17, 2013 by A. Pfeffer
I was really looking forward to watching this like all the other Rifftrax dvds I bought from Movie Mars Inc.. Read morePublished on February 26, 2013 by Bill McGuffey
Pretty damn funny. My friend says the one where Mike Riff's by himself is funnier, but he agrees this one is good too.Published on August 29, 2009 by Kur