Director Frank Oz's wonderfully odd and subversive LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS remake/musical adaptation hits Blu-ray tomorrow - offering an expanded ending which includes an elaborate, apocalyptic music number deleted from the picture's theatrical release.
EW now has a clip from this expanded conclusion, along with some interesting details regarding why it was taken out. You can find it HERE.
I've seen this material before - in Black & White - although I can't recall at the moment it it was included on an official release (I seem to recall that it was). To the best of my knowledge, this represents the expanded ending's first appearance in color...and it's rather amazing. I do see why it was excised, all things being equal. But...honestly...this feels more in keeping with the tone of the overall movie than the conclusion which eventually went into theaters.
What do you think?