It’s day thirteen of the B&S About Movies April Movie Thon and it’s time to get horny.

April 13: (Evil) Plant Appreciation Day — It ain’t easy being green. Pay tribute to all the plants with a movie starring one of them.

All April long, we’ll have thirty themes as writing prompts. If you’d like to be part of it, you can just send us an article for that day to bandsaboutmovies@gmail.com or post it on your site and share it out with the hashtag #BSAprilMovieThon.

Little Shop of Horrors (1963): This Roger Corman film led to a musical and a much larger budget remake. Not bad for a film made in just a few days.

From Hell It Came (1957): Tabonga is the star of this movie, an angry tree stump that demands blood.

Dr. Terror’s House of Horrors (1967): Killer plants just work so well for Amicus movies.

What are you watching?

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