Double Feature

Little Shop Of Horrors (1986)

Streets of Fire

Little Shop Of Horrors (1986)

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Frank Oz’s film update of the Roger Corman classic via the off-Broadway musical hit is a delightfully deranged multi-genre mashup of biting humor and fun-filled horror, featuring killer songs from composer Alan Menken and writer Howard Ashman. When nerdy florist Seymour (Rick Moranis) finds unlikely life advice from a mysterious plant, his world is turned upside down because this leafy oversized carnivore has strange cravings and is very, very hungry. A stellar Ellen Greene reprises her role from the theatrical production as the sweet-natured Audrey, the object of Seymour’s affections, while the Four Tops’ Levi Stubbs energetically voices Audrey II, the flytrap-like fiend for flesh cleverly controlled by a talented team of puppeteers. With Steve Martin as a sadistic dentist and a fantastic feast of comedy star cameos.

Director
Frank Oz
Writer
Howard Ashman
Starring
Rick Moranis, Ellen Greene, Vincent Gardenia, Steve Martin, James Belushi, John Candy, Christopher Guest, Bill Murray
Year
1986
Rated
PG-13
Country
USA
Format
35mm
Running Time
94 minutes

Streets of Fire

A rock & roll fable from another time, another place; a nighttime, rain-slicked city of ‘50s fashion and dystopian nightmares where motorcycle madmen can kidnap a rock star from stage and escape to a damp factory bar of steam, metal, and fire. But when Ellen Aim (Diane Lane) is taken by Raven Shaddock (Willem Dafoe) and his greasy gang, Ellen’s manager / new boyfriend (Rick Moranis) will have to hire her tough ex (Michael Paré) to get her back. Writer-director Walter Hill packs a lifetime of cool into a swift-moving 93 minutes, filling every frame with gorgeous imagery by cinematographer Andrew Laszlo, all backed to an incredible soundtrack highlighted by two songs written by Jim Steinman (Nowhere Fast, Tonight Is What It Means To Be Young, both all-timers) and Dan Hartman’s Billboard hit I Can Dream About You.

Director
Walter Hill
Starring
Michael Paré, Diane Lane, Rick Moranis, Amy Madigan, Willem Dafoe, Deborah Van Valkenburgh, Richard Lawson, Rick Rossovich, Bill Paxton, Lee Ving
Year
1984
Rated
PG
Country
USA
Format
35mm
Running Time
93 minutes

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