Starring Jonathan Haze, Mel Welles, Dick Miller, Jackie Joseph and Jack Nicholson, directed by Roger Corman. Many have seen the masterful 1986 musical remake by Frank Oz, but the Corman original is a masterpiece in its own right. You probably know the amazing story; a lowly and lonely shop clerk accidentally breeds a man-eating plant that’s basically a psychotic Venus fly trap, which then coerces him to bring it something to nosh on. Feed me Seymour! Hilarity and murder ensue. Jack Nicholson was a relative unknown at the time, working almost exclusively in Corman B-movies. He has just a small, but memorable, part in this film. But the performances from bit part God, Dick Miller, and the underappreciated Mel Welles carry this darkly hilarious little gem.