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Roger Corman Retrospective Vol. II - Little Shop, Terror, Haunted DVD New Sealed

Roger Corman Retrospective Volume II contains a deadly Corman trio, with Karloff, Nicholson and a man-eating plant. All are cult favorites restored from the Corman School of Low Budget -- 101.

Little Shop of Horrors (1960)
Feed me! FEEEEED ME! Arguably the greatest movie ever shot in two days, this classic black comedy revolves around a young florist who develops a carnivorous plant that feeds upon humans. Jack Nicholson makes a brief but memorable appearance as a masochistic mental patient that's not to be missed. Starring Jonathan Haze, Mel Welles, Jackie Joseph, Jack Nicholson and Dick Miller.

The Terror (1963)
Imagine this menage a trois! Boris Karloff, Jack Nicholson and a beautiful woman (Sandra Knight). Add an ancient castle on the Baltic coast in the 1800s and let your imagination run wild. The movie was shot on the same set as The Raven, with all of Karloff's scenes shot in less than three days.

Creature from the Haunted Sea (1961)
A two-bit crook helps a group of exiles from a Caribbean Island (and a bunch of cash) escape on his boat. After killing the men, he blames their death on a mythical sea monster. Trouble ensues when the real sea monster shows up! This weekend wonder was filmed in the same location as Corman's Last Woman on Earth. Starring Robert Towne and Antony Carbone.

Brand new, factory sealed.

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