Podcast: Horror News Radio – Eps 46

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Robocop (2014) revisits the territory blazed by Paul Verhoeven in the 1987 original film, except watered down for a PG-13 audience. To be fair, the remake is geared more as a straight-laced action flick with heavy sci-fi overtones and one singularly frightening scene of extraordinary body-horror. What will the grue-crew think? Thomas continues the theme with the Top 5 of the Week bringing his Top 5 Under Appreciated Remakes featuring films like Little Shop of Horrors, Dawn of … Continue reading

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Podcast: Monster Movie Podcast – Eps 26

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Monster Movie Podcast Eps 26 – Paranormal Activity 4 – Carrie (2013) – Little Shop of Horrors This week on the Monster Movie Podcast, Doc Rotten is joined by co-host Thomas M from the Weekly Blend Audio Show to tackle another round of cinematic monsters of mayhem. We have ghoulish ghosts and terrifying tots, telekinetic teen terrors and man-eating plants hungry for blood. That’s right, we have theatrical review for the annual Halloween theatrical treat, … Continue reading

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Film Review: Little Shop of Horrors (1986)

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SYNOPSIS: Plant yourself in front of the tube and veg out with Frank Oz’s horticultural horror flick. Gawky Seymour Krelborn (Rick Moranis), looking for a way to save his job in a ramshackle, skid row flower shop, purchases a curious exotic plant hoping it will make business bloom. And it does. There’s just one problem: The little creeper possesses a rapacious appetite for fresh human plasma … and it’s mushrooming out of control! REVIEW: I … Continue reading

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Film Review: The Little Shop Of Horrors (1960)

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SYNOPSIS: “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 convinces him to start killing people.” (courtesy IMDB) REVIEW: This week I wish to discuss the second film in my Charles B. Griffith retrospective, and his greatest contribution to the … Continue reading

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