The Little Shop of Horrors / The Intruder / Highway Dragnet Movie Poster
  • August 25, 2006
  • Comedy
  • Drama

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Synopsis

<br> Triple Feature! LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS, 1960, Filmgroup, 70 min. Dir. Roger Corman. Nebbish Seymour (Jonathan Haze) develops a carnivorous plant at the flower shop owned by boss, Gravis Mushnick (Mel Welles). Enslaved by the bloodthirsty demands of his creation (“Feed me!”), Seymour’s fate is sealed. <br><br> THE INTRUDER (aka I HATE YOUR GUTS), 1962, Filmgroup, 80 min. Dir. Roger Corman. William Shatner is a racist agitator fomenting tension in the South against newly-court-ordered school desegregation. <br><br> HIGHWAY DRAGNET, 1954, Allied Artists, 70 min. Nathan Juran (THE 7thVOYAGE OF SINBAD) directed this chase noir, co-produced and co-written by Roger Corman, his first big movie credits. Richard Conte, an ex-GI on the run from a murder rap and picked up by Joan Bennett and Wanda Hendrix, arrive at Conte’s home in a deserted desert neighborhood. Discussion following first film with Roger Corman.