It seems 3D has become all the rage again and now it’s the hip thing to put classic films in 3D. Such is the idea for what Photomundo has done here with the classics Little shop of Horrors and Dementia 13.
Little Shop of Horrors is a Roger Corman film that follows Seymour Krelboin, a clumsy young man who works at a flower shop and experimenting in his spare time. Seymour develops a new plant species that he hopes will lead to fame and fortune. Unfortunately, the mutated plant subsists on blood and human flesh. It also commands it’s creator: "Feed Me! FEEEEED ME!"
Dementia 13 was directed by a young Francis Coppola. The film follows a woman Louise Haloran who when her husband John has a heart attack while out in a rowboat, she throws his body overboard and later tells the family that he has left on an urgent business trip; concerned only with the fact that she inherits the family fortune if if her husband is alive. The Halorans are a strange family, grieving over the youngest daughter Kathleen who drowned in a pond as a child. They hold an annual ceremony of remembrance only thing is this year, someone is wielding an ax intent on murder.
Now Photomundo’s 3-D productions of these two public domain classics just doesn’t pop of of the screen like I expected it to. While I can’t recommend it I will say for less than 12 bucks you can give it a shot maybe you would have better luck than I did! If you would like to head over to www.mvdb2b.com and pick up a copy of these horror classics in 3-D.
Moral Rating: Violence
Audience: Parental Guidance
Length: 2 hours and 30 Minutes
DVD Released: 2012
Our DVD Rating: D