Your guide to Asheville's vibrant and diverse movie offerings.
The timely, well-made adaptation of the best-selling novel plays like a YA cousin of Blindspotting, down to several parallel scenes.
Ike Barinholtz takes a plausible, Purge-like premise of governmental overreach and filters it through unappealing, ultimately toothless means.
Will the confrontation between a now-weaponized Laurie Strode and the still unkillable Michael Myers provide a Home Alone of horror?
The convergence of beloved indie film talent yields mediocre results in this tonally odd western.
The NYC-based, Schoolkids Records artist discusses his new album Wherefore Art Thou? Songs Inspired by Nick Hornby's “Juliet, Naked.“
The indie rockers delivered a rare coin flip show where the opener rivals the headliner through notably different means.
Playwright Peter Morgan has a gift for compressing recent history into taut drama, and the NC Stage Co. production gives Frost/Nixon the immediacy and rapid pacing it needs.
The beloved musical receives a faithful, riotous production by a talented Asheville Community Theatre cast and crew.
The hilarious play about a murder mystery well-versed in Murphy’s Law is worth a trip to the Peace Center.
The musical mastermind behind the summer’s feel-good movie discusses the process of getting his songs onscreen and the role Asheville played in helping him compose the film’s score.