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Little Shop of Horrors DVD - £1 from Woolworths in-store.
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#1
I see this was available at an online store for £1 not too long ago but current lowest online price, according to [url]www.find-dvd.co.uk[/url], is £2.95 from Foxy.
#2
Arg, can someone edit the description to read £1? Thanks
#3
I don't like that version of the film. The musical one was far more entertaining.
#4
dark_ixion
I don't like that version of the film. The musical one was far more entertaining.


I had no idea this was a different version...!

EDIT: Yep, says on the black filmed in black and white! :( I thought there was only one version - with the guy from Ghostbusters 2/Honey I shrunk the kids in it!
#5
PoisonJam
Arg, can someone edit the description to read £1? Thanks


done :)
#6
don't forget you can get a free orange sim with £10 free credit if you purchase a DVD or a CD from woolworth instore! i believe you have buy something worth £1 or more.
#7
free sim if you spend £1 are you sure :thinking:
#8
This version is terrible - it "stars" Jack nicholson
#9
sim is not free its £1 if you buy a top ten cd /cvd
#10
I had no idea there was more than one version either.

Well, that's saved me a trip to the city centre, at least
#11
This version is worth a quid as long as you're not expecting the musical. About 5-seconds with google will find a version you can watch on your PC if you're really that concerned you won't like it and will have wasted a whole 100 pennies. :p
#12
Noxin
wasted a whole 100 pennies. :p


When you put it like that it sounds so much! I don't want to loose 100 of anything!
#13
I watched this a couple of years after the musical version and at the time I really liked seeing where Steve Martin had took his cues from Jack Nicholson ......and lets not forget it's from the late great Roger Corman who went on to make a cracking telling of The Pit And The Pendulum a year later with Vincent Price which might not have happened but for TLSOH
#14
Well, I paid 100 pennies for it so I'll be watching it!

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