056: Little Shop of Horrors

This week, Popcorn Theology dives into a cult classic that also happens to be one of Richard’s favorites. Join us as we talk about the movies two cuts (theatrical and director’s, which feature vastly different endings) and also get into some deep topics. The subject for discussion includes jealousy, thinking of other human beings spiritually rather than just ‘according to the flesh’, the use of Scripture to justify wrong, poor self-image, and more!

Little Shop on IMDB
Rent on Amazon (Theatrical Version)

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