There's nothing we could possibly say about "Little Shop Of Horrors" that would be new or unique, but it does have to be included on this list anyway. More brilliant music from Fred Katz & Ron Stein, & amazing performances by Jonathan Haze, Dick Miller & Jack Nicholson!
Now if you try to trace the history of "People Eaters" through time, you will only have to go back a couple of years, & not have to use a whole lot of imagination to remember in 1958 there was a quite famous purple "People Eater," that was created by the masterful Sheb Wooley, who also recorded by the name of Ben Colder, singing parody covers of other people's hit songs. Do you remember "Hello Walls # 2" where the guy comes in home drunk & goes into the neighbor's house & can't recognize anything? Same guy wrote & sang "Purple People Eater." Bang, two years later, more "People Eater" history is made with "The Passionate People Eater," AKA, "The Little Shop Of Horrors." Coincidence? I doubt it!