Perhaps after watching the highly anticipated fourth season of Stranger Things you’ve been having some major nostalgia for all the classic movies of the 1980s. If so, you’re definitely not the only one because thousands of movie buffs all over the world are wondering where they can stream a few films from the past. Specifically, the 1986 smash-hit film, Little Shop of Horrors.
Whether you’ve been missing seeing overgrown vicious plants on your screens, or whether you simply want to watch yet another title where Tisha Campbell and Tichina Arnold star alongside one another, it’s high time to give this movie a re-watch.
Find out where the film is streaming right below. But first, a refresher!
What is Little Shop of Horrors about?
Inspired by the 1982 off-Broadway production, Little Shop of Horrors is a musical about a florist who possesses a plant that feeds off of human blood. Although the vicious plant is a tad off-putting at first, he soon realizes that this chlorophyll-filled creature could be his greatest ally in helping him get a little further in life.
Check out the official trailer for Little Shop of Horrors below.
Alongside Campbell and Arnold, who play the roles of Chiffon and Crystal, respectively, the cast of the 1986 title includes Rick Moranis as Seymour Krelborn, Ellen Greene as Audrey, Vincent Gardenia as Mushnik, Steve Martin as Orin Scrivello D.D.S., and Ghostbusters: Afterlife actor Bill Murray as Arthur Denton.
Where to stream Little Shop of Horrors
Itching to see Murray and the rest of this star-studded cast? Then head over to HBO Max to begin streaming every second of Little Shop of Horrors. In addition to this streaming site, viewers can visit Tubi to watch this movie for free.
YouTube Movies, Apple TV, Google Play, Vudu, and Amazon Prime Video also have the film. But you would have to spend a few dollars to either rent/purchase the title. If you don’t mind this, then these sites are the way to go.
Now that you’ve received a much-needed reminder of how great Little Shop of Horrors is, it’s time to enjoy watching one of the most bizarre films ever.