Your guide to Asheville's vibrant and diverse movie offerings.
James Mangold’s fact-based auto-racing film is old school Hollywood entertainment at its finest.
Adam Driver is mesmerizing in Scott Z. Burns’ fact-based political procedural.
With the movie fresh in their minds, fans will want to linger in this museum-quality exhibition of sets, props, costumes, and historical tidbits.
Romance blended with recovery drama, the movie is almost guaranteed to defy whatever expectations you have of it going it.
Badass women, deadpan humor, and (eventually) exhilarating action make for an entertaining new Terminator film.
This sequel to “The Shining” utilizes fine craftsmanship to blend of elements from Stephen King and Stanley Kubrick into a satisfying tale of supernatural suspense.
For reviews of show from late July 2019 onward, please visit Asheville Stages’ new and separate site.
The roots/folk artist opens for the John Butler Trio on July 25 at New Belgium.
The eclectic roots rocker plays New Belgium on July 25.
The play is a showcase for its performers, playing two married couples whose humor and vulnerabilities come out on an ocean cruise.
In merely its second year, Chapel Hill’s Film Fest 919 has established itself as one of the Southeast’s best cinematic events.