Jeremy Saulnier. Director Jeremy Saulnier has had a place in our hearts with violence and gore since his 2007 gem, Murder Party. That was followed by a hobo sort of Rambo with Blue Ruin, which could have ended his career as he bet his own house on it. I'm glad his back with some known actors for his third film Green Room. Green Room does in fact have white supremacists, a punk rock band and Patrick Stewart pulling off a thriller with some great twists that make it fresh and still deliciously gory.
As of writing this, we're sad to put down that it's only playing at one location in LA.
Playing at ArcLight Hollywood Now
Don't fret it should have wider release April 29, it'll only be against Civil War.
Darcy Banker. With him, we see that the hatred the bar holds is more about business then any real hate philosophy. He's joined by a crew of henchmen, each with a bit of their own shtick, like the dog guy or fattie, who you all want to see get killed.
It's a real thriller of an escape film and violence is on high. When someone goes out, they don't fall on the floor and go, "Ehhh!" you see blood rush out. What you may hope is a predictable movie trope you're watching gets undone you realize how lazy other films are when it comes to writing. In any case, not a lot of winners in this one.
If you want a truly grim thriller to get taken in with then catch this solid piece of work from Saulnier.