Little Shop Back in Theaters for Two Nights Only
This post originally appeared on the Warner Bros. Blog.
Already seen Warner Bros.' blockbuster horror films IT and Annabelle: Creation? But you’re still in the mood for a spooky seasonal experience on the big screen? Well, Warner Bros. Entertainment and Fathom Events are bringing back the 1986 classic horror-comedy-musical Little Shop of Horrors for two special nights of theatrical screenings this Sunday, October 29, and on Halloween itself next Tuesday. There will be two showings each day, at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. (in your local area).
The wacky tale of a plant with a taste for human blood stars Rick Moranis, Steve Martin, Ellen Greene and Vincent Gardenia, with memorable comedic appearances from Bill Murray, Jim Belushi, John Candy and, of course, the late Four Tops’ lead singer Levis “Feed Me, Seymour” Stubbs as the Venus Flytrap from hell. Nominated for two Academy Awards, Little Shop of Horrors has only grown in popularity since its initial release, and this particular presentation of the Director’s Cut features the rarely-seen original ending and an exclusive introduction from director Frank Oz.