"Don't feed the plants"

Films: Little Shop of Horrors (1986)

Alias: Twoie

Type: Alien

Location: Civilized area

Height/Weight: Can grow to that of a large building.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: Since Adam and Eve bit that Eden apple, we've told of plants offering temptation for quite some time. But no tale of giving into one's desires could be any more bizarre than that time a wimp fell for the musings of a mean green mother from outer space.

History: A man with next to nothing to his name, Seymour Krelborn finds his life magically changed when he stumbles upon an inexplicable plant that wows anyone who sees it. Trouble is that it only feeds on blood, and by the time it grows into a talking sapient being, it wants more than that. Audrey 2, named after the girl of Seymour's dreams, offers to provide the man with everything he could possibly want in exchange for fresh bodies to eat. But Seymour can only keep up with this nomadic space plant's appetite for so long...

Notable Kills: Nothing special.

Final Fate: Audrey 2 eventually grows up enough to eat Seymour, spread his brethren across America, and lead them to take over the world...at least in the original ending. As it stands, he's electrocuted by Seymour and blown up. Still, there are others of his kind out to try again...

Powers/Abilities: Grows exponentially with even the smallest amount of food.

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 4-Don't let that charismatic singing voice fool you. This sinister plant just wants to use you to feed it so that it can overrun your whole world. Just don't give into temptation, and you should be just fine.

Trivia: -Audrey 2 was voiced by Levi Stubbs, lead voice of the Four Tops band and the voice of another androgynous evil alien. Namely, Mother Brain from "Captain N: The Game Master".

-The original ending, which was more in line with the stage musical it was based on, was changed due to it being just a depressing cap on an already subtly depressing film. Honestly, we're alright with both.

Image Gallery

Boy howdy, does he mean that.

Such a cute widdle flower of the apocalypse.
Makes you wonder what drugs they were taking to come up with this.

This could get naughty very fast.
"Leavin' now, boys! My people need me!"

I can't believe I'm saying this, but thank GOD for focus groups!