Outside the Megaplex: Here are the Houston arthouse movies showing Oct. 18-24


Katy 2707 Commercial Center; drafthouse.com/houston

“The sword of God”

In the early Middle Ages, two missionaries who were trying to convert Gentiles on pagan lands were wedged between them. One attempts to bring Christianity to pagans through violence and other love. Their battle of faith will lead to death, destruction, and curse. 4:05 PM Friday

"Why not die!"

The detective collects three people who have a reason for revenge. 3:30 pm. Saturday

“All the gods in heaven”

Simon lives on an old farm with his severely disabled sister and is looking after it every day and hoping someone will ease the pain. Sunday 10:40 AM


Monsters appear on the Han River in Seoul and start attacking people. A victim's beloved family does what she can to rescue her from the clutch. 7:30 pm. Monday

All 14

800 aurora; 14pews.org

“Midnight traveler”

When the Taliban put a bounty on Afghanistan's head Hassan Fajili, he must run away with his wife and daughters. Capturing their uncertain journey, Fazili directly demonstrates the dangers faced by refugees seeking asylum and the love between families on the run. 7:00 pm. Friday

River Orc Theater

2009 W. Gray; landmarktheatres.com


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. Midnight Friday and Saturday

Fine Museum Museum, Houston

1001 arsenic four; mfah.org


Sophia is about to give birth, but she is at risk of submitting her father's identification card or going to jail. Her two cousins ​​began a frenzied search to find him. 7:00 pm. Saturday

“What Happened to My Revolution”

A young woman, born in a political activist family, lives in an eternal state of anger, sadly lacking for those around him. 8:30 pm. Saturday

“Something is happening”

After losing her job with her husband, the forehead jumped into the Avignon River and was rescued and befriended by a free-spirited Spanish dolores who studied a gay-friendly travel guide in southern France. 5pm Sunday

Roof top cinema

1700 post oak; rooftopcinemaclub.com/houston

“Death becomes her”

When a woman learns an immortal treatment, she sees it as a way to surpass her long-time competitors. 9:45 pm Friday


Alien life consumes everything in its path as it grows. 7:00 pm. Saturday

“Cursed Village”

In the Middlewich Village of English, children with blond hair and glowing eyes with uncertain paternity have terrifying power. 9:45 pm Saturday

Rice cinema

6100 main; cinema.rice.edu


A young Irish prisoner, Claire, chased a British officer through the wild Tasmania wilderness and was caught up in revenge for the terrible violence by the man against his family. 7:00 pm. Friday

Filipino stockings movie night

Filipino-American experience through films celebrating Filipino American History Month. The film to be screened consists of two short films, “Kaaway” by Wester Demandante, “Please Translate” by Kelsy Lua, and “Debut” by Gene Cajayon. 6pm Saturday

Low pie

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

Discovery green

1500 McKinney; discoverygreen.com

“How to Train a Dragon: The Hidden World”

When Hiccup finds Toothless is not the only Night Fury, he must find the "hidden world," a secret Dragon Utopia, before a hired tyrant named Grimmel first finds it. 7:30 pm. Saturday


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