Articles Posted in the " Little Shop Of Horrors " Category

  • Top 5 (evil) dentists in film

    Movie dentists have a bad rep. Try and name a decent movie dentist (apart from that one in Finding Nemo, and frankly there’s not enough character exposition there anyway). It’s basically impossible. According to our resident dental correspondent on the matter (no, really), dentists have been consistently portrayed as “killers… buffoons… sexual harassers” in film, literally ever since the 1930s when that short film came out about an evil dentist extracting teeth willy-nilly. Here are four of the worst movie dentists of all, and one orthodontist prick.

  • Back in Vue #2 – The Evil Dead (1981)

    Continuing their wonderful commitment to bringing some of the finest cinematic experiences from yesteryear back to theatres, the folks at Vue threw a whole bucket of nonspecific gore at the silver screen and what stuck was the original Evil Dead. It may be 32 years old, but this low-budget horror classic can still hold its own, even against the remake currently in cinemas. As part of the Back In Vue season, we went along to see Bruce Campbell fighting the forces of evil in The Evil Dead

  • Back in Vue #1 – Little Shop of Horrors (Director’s Cut)

    Proving conclusively that they have our best interests at heart and are not just obsessed with forcing ridiculously large drinks and bloated Michael Bay films into our slack faces, the beautiful people at Vue have launched a new scheme which will put cult classic films back where they belong – on the big screen. The first film of the Back in Vue season is the Director’s Cut of fly-trap favourite Little Shop of Horrors – we sent Harry along to find out more…