Outside the Megaplex: Here are the Houston arthouse movies showing Sept. 27-Oct. 3

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3801 east side; levyparkhouston.org


"inside out"

Animated Pixar hit a young girl rooted in midwestern life and moved to San Francisco where emotions such as joy, fear, anger, disgust and sadness conflict with the best way to explore her new life. 7:30 pm. Friday


Fine Museum Museum, Houston

1001 arsenic four; mfah.org


"trouper"

Louis Garrell's French film is about complicating a couple's relationship when leaving for a best friend. 7:30 pm. Friday


Manhattan Short Film Festival

4 short films voted by people around the world. 5pm Sunday


Alamo DRAFTHOUSE Cinema


Katy 2707 Commercial Center; drafthouse.com/houston


“North Peratu”

1922 classics about Vampire Count Orlok. 7:45 PM Friday


“Franken Hooker”

A medical student tries to recreate her devastated fiance by creating a new body made of Manhattan prostitutes to her. 9:45 pm Friday


“Lost Boys”

Joel Schumacher's 80s classics about vampires starring Kiefer Sutherland, Corey Haim and Corey Feldman. 10 pm. Saturday and 9:15 pm Sunday


“Snoopy is back home”

Snoopy must choose between Lila's former owner or Charlie Brown. Noon sunday


“Seed and Nancy”

The film focuses on the relationship between British punk group sex pistols bassist Sid Vicious and his girlfriend Nancy Spungen. 2:30 PM Sunday


"Quadrophenia"

1979 film about British mod life based on The Who album. Sting and Ray Winston star. 6pm Sunday


"Halloween"

After 15 years of murdering her sister on Halloween night in 1963, Michael Myers escaped from the asylum and returned to Haddonfield, a small town in Illinois, where he died again. 7:30 pm. Monday


“Popstar: Never Stops”

Andy Samberg's comedy showcase is dedicated to maintaining his celebrity status, centered around former boy band members. 7:30 pm. Tuesday


River Orc Theater

2009 W. Gray; landmarktheatres.com



"Dark decision"

On other planets in the distant past, Gelfling embarks on a quest to restore order to his world in search of lost fragments of magic crystals. Midnight Friday and Saturday


Natural Sciences Houston Museum

5555 Herman Park Drive; hmns.org


“Great Barrier Reef 3D”

A story about a small life block that forms the world's largest living structure. Screened several times each day


“Super Dog 3D”

The documentary follows the adventures of rescue dogs. Screened several times each day


“Apollo 11: First Steps Edition”

A thrilling film experience that shows the real moments of humanity's first month. Screened several times each day


All 14

800 aurora, 14pews.org


“Rivers and walls”

Five friends travel from El Paso to the Gulf of Mexico on horses, mountain bikes and canoes, documenting the borderlands and investigating the impact that border walls can have on the natural environment. 5pm Sunday


Market Square Park

301 wheat; marketsquarepark.com


"Shaun of the Dead"

Zombie Apocalypse hampers a person's uneventful life. 7:30 pm. Wednesday


Rice cinema

6100 main; cinema.rice.edu


Low pie

Screened an unusual film about an obscure format, screened and introduced by friends in the media center. 7:00 pm. Thursday

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