Proudly presenting the views of a certain Fool For Blood called Aaron Christensen on five films screened during Offscreen Film Festival 2015. Below you can read about Tobe Hooper‘s ‘Eaten Alive’, Roger Corman‘s ‘The Little Shop Of Horrors’ and its ’80s all-star cast musical/re-make brother, one of production company Cannon’s most accomplished efforts called ‘Runaway Train’ (starring the mighty Jon Voight) and last but not least a British sci-fi success from the sixties, ‘Day Of The Triffids’ based on a novel by John Wyndham (the man responsible for writing ‘The Midwich Cuckoos’, which was adapted into another milestone of UK sci-fi/horror cinema entitled ‘Village Of The Damned’).
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Kindergarten teacher Dorothy (Diana Ross) is home – also her Aunt Em (Theresa Merritt) and Uncle Henry (Stanley Greene) are home – in New York City’s Harlem neighborhood for a Thanksgiving dinner with her extended family. Aunt Em is worried that Dorothy is trapped in her own little world and has never been south of 125th Street. This is soon remedied when Toto escapes and leads Dorothy into a most unseasonable twister in the streets that, of course, takes her to Oz….