|I guess I'm not the only one with wood right now.
Movies aren't for everyone. Some people prefer TV shows. Luckily for those people, also born on this day is Andrew Lincoln, star of the cultural phenomenon that is AMC's The Walking Dead series, along with Robert Florey, who directed a number of episodes of The Twilight Zone, Alfred Hitchcock Presents and The Outer Limits. You can find the specific episodes to look for on his IMDb page if you want.
On this day in 1960, the original Little Shop of Horrors was unleashed upon the world, showcasing for everyone at the time just how fucking creepy Jack Nicholson could be and popularizing the killer plant subgenre, which honestly doesn't get enough love. Not only should you watch the original and the 1986 remake, but also one of the Killer Tomatoes flicks and The Day of the Triffids just for good measure. Maybe even throw in Godzilla vs. Biolante if kaiju are your thing.