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In the parody, called Helluva Boss, the three baby imps are actually the three imps from the Helluva Boss series (Blitzo, Moxxie, and Millie), and the humans are replaced by the demons who they have


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Question: Write a parody of Little Shop of Horrors (1986 film), but with the three imps from the Helluva Boss series (Blitzo, Moxxie, and Millie) instead of the main Audrey II, and with various humans instead of the ones in the movie. In this movie, a film's main protagonist (a young man named Johnny) in a pet store located in Sacramento California had found three baby imps, which he thought were some kind of new reptilian species, and he kept them for display. However, as the three imps grew up, they became more and more evil until they started killing people (by escaping their cages every night after the store closes, before returning to the store before the store opens), thus satisfying their hunger and fuelling their growth into adulthood. By the end of the movie, the main human protagonist decides to try and stop the imps (once he realized they are demons) once and for all.

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Title: "Little Pet Shop of Helluva Horrors" As the film opens, our protagonist, Johnny, a naive and eager pet store employee, discovers three mysterious "reptiles" that he decides to house in his pet store in Sacramento, California. Instead of Audrey II, however, these elusive creatures are Blitzo, Moxxie, and Millie. Interested by their alien looks, Johnny treats them as his prized display, sharing his excitement with the customers. As the days go by, Johnny starts to notice some alarming behavior as pets go mysteriously missing. He dismisses it as an unfortunate coincidence, oblivious to the fact that these baby imps are undergoing their sinister transformation. Night after night, Blitzo, Moxxie, and Millie sneak out of their cages, causing chaos across the city. They are not just content with regular food, which leads to the disappearance of more than just pets in the city. Under the guise of their innocence and cute demeanor, the imps get away with their vile deeds, growing larger and more cunning with each passing night. Splashed across news headlines, a surge of fear spreads across Sacramento due to the increasing casualties. As Johnny struggles to comprehend the situations, slowly the pieces start falling into place. Eventually, he stumbles upon one of the imps, Blitzo, on one of his nightly prowls. Terror-stricken and guilt-ridden that he allowed these imps to create havoc, Johnny sets out to end their reign of horror. However, stopping the imps is a monumental task. He assembles a ragtag crew of his coworkers, friends, and few brave customers who stand by him. As the film speeds towards its climax, we see Johnny and crew's heart-stopping battles with the imps. In a twist climax, Johnny manages to lure the imps back to the pet store. With the help of a local priest, he performs an unexpected exorcism, trapping the imps in a cage with holy chains, ending the terror once and for all. The "Little Pet Shop of Helluva Horrors" thus wraps up as a hilariously macabre parody, serving as an homage to "Little Shop of Horrors" and "Helluva Boss". It's a wild, terrifying, yet entertaining ride, leaving the audience thrilled with a curiously unsettling feeling about their local pet shop.

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Dec. 1, 2023, 8:03 p.m.

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Published: Friday, December 1, 2023

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