Your guide to Asheville's vibrant and diverse movie offerings.
Packed with great performances, Aaron Sorkin's directorial debut appropriately matches the energy of his writing.
The Asheville Movie Guys escape the heaviness of Oscar season with a double dose of froth and ponder whether 2018 is The Year of the Train.
Steven Spielberg's star-studded take on the Washington Post's handling of the Pentagon Papers is one of the year's best, most entertaining and most important films.
Seemingly improved by its last-minute recasting, the dramatization of the John Paul Getty III kidnapping is little more than a classic shaggy Ridley Scott film.
The Insidious series sees some regression in its fourth installment, but retains the title of horror greatest set of connected films.
Joe Wright steps out of the way to let Gary Oldman deliver a towering performance as Winston Churchill.