The little shop of horrors
The American producer and director Roger Corman have become synonymous with the wave of fast-produced B-films made in the 1950's and 60's. With cheap special effects, humour and consciously unpolished surface they made rough science fiction, horror and eroticism, to fill the market's need for fast revenues. Little shop of horrors from 1960 is one of the director's classics. Seymour is working in a flower shop, and it’s on the merge to bankruptcy. Seymour bring a mysterious plant to the shop, and the plant loves blood. After a while Seymour must find corpses to extinguish the plants thirst for blood. A young Jack Nicholson is one of the actors in the film.