Movie Released: 1960 in b/w | DVD Release Date: July 1, 2008
The Little Shop of Horrors was produced in 1960 on $28,000 budget (according to my research the budget ranged between $24,000 and $30,000 — so your guess is as good as mine.) Directed by the legendary Roger Corman, this movie was produced within two days. Corman decided to use an earlier film setting that was due to be torn down in the next two days.
A Jane Austen Daydream by Scott D. Southard is an imagined story of Jane Austen’s life in which she longs for companionship and love. Will she find what she’s looking for at a ball in honor of her sister and herself hosted by their brother at Godmersham Park?
A re-telling of Jane Austen’s “Pride and Prejudice” through the eyes of youngest sister Lydia, and told with the speech patterns and outlook of a modern teen of the region of England in which the story takes place.
In The Warden Threat (Defying Fate Book 1) by D.L. Morrese, Prince Donald of Westgrove is a huge fan of adventure stories and believes that his life should be an adventure. While traveling with his world-wise companion, Kwester, Donald sees his shot at living an adventure story become a reality. Donald, Kwester and Muce (a notso — not-so-tall — that they picked up along the way) discover that there is a magical statue known as the Warden of Mystic Defiance and that the Gotroxians intend to bring it back to life to use against Westgrove in a coming war. Donald sees his chance to live his dream and save his kingdom.