As a gofer at a run-down florist shop, Rick Moranis doesn’t have much going for him as Seymour Krelborn in the 1986 big-screen adaptation of the stage musical comedy  Little Shop of Horrors . Basically, he lives in the basement and is treated horribly by Vincent Gardenia, who plays the shop’s owner. To make matters worse, Krelborn is in love with coworker Audrey, who is in a relationship with the sadistic, gas-sucking dentist played by Steve Martin. Seymour’s salvation comes in the form of a mysterious plant – a large Venus flytrap named Audrey II that has a bit of a taste for human blood. Hilarity and song ensue. The film is playing through Thursday at Venue Cinemas (901 Lakeside Dr.) at noon, 2:15, 4:30, 6:45, and 9 p.m. Click  here  or call (434) 845-2398 for tickets and info.

As a gofer at a run-down florist shop, Rick Moranis doesn’t have much going for him as Seymour Krelborn in the 1986 big-screen adaptation of the stage musical comedy Little Shop of Horrors. Basically, he lives in the basement and is treated horribly by Vincent Gardenia, who plays the shop’s owner. To make matters worse, Krelborn is in love with coworker Audrey, who is in a relationship with the sadistic, gas-sucking dentist played by Steve Martin. Seymour’s salvation comes in the form of a mysterious plant – a large Venus flytrap named Audrey II that has a bit of a taste for human blood. Hilarity and song ensue. The film is playing through Thursday at Venue Cinemas (901 Lakeside Dr.) at noon, 2:15, 4:30, 6:45, and 9 p.m. Click here or call (434) 845-2398 for tickets and info.