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Green Room (Jeremy Saulnier, April 15, 2016) Movie

Discussion in 'Entertainment Forum' started by Night Channels, Apr 13, 2016.

  1. Night Channels


    Members (Anton Yelchin, Alia Shawkat) of a punk-rock band and a tough young woman (Imogen Poots) battle murderous white supremacists at a remote Oregon roadhouse.

    This is Saulnier's follow up to Blue Ruin.
  2. suicidesaints

    Trusted Prestigious

    Can't wait for this. Been anticipating this film since the final frames of Blue Ruin.
  3. jkauf

    Prestigious Supporter

  4. chris

    Trusted Supporter

    Had no idea this was the same guy who wrote/directed Blue Ruin. Really upped my anticipation
  5. ForestOfAllusion

    Old Aesthetic Prestigious

    Like I needed another reason to want to see this, this interview has me sold, just the insane terror the script brought to him.
    johnnyferris likes this.
  6. OhTheWater

    Let it run Supporter

  7. mike1885

    Trusted Supporter

    A little upset that I probably have to wait until 4/29 to see this. I was hoping for a semi-wide release this Friday.
  8. angel paste

    grey hairs, get out of me zoots! Prestigious

    would go into the city to see this if I wasn't so poor
  9. PepsiOne

    Formerly PepsiOne Supporter

    Gonna see this tomorrow night. Very excited. Blue Ruin was a delight.
  10. brandon_260

    Trusted Prestigious

    Don't think I've ever been more tense watching a film than I was during this. Very curious to see how it holds on a second viewing.
  11. smoke4thecaper

    out of context reference Supporter

    Really want to see this. Enjoyed Blue Ruin quite a bit.
  12. Expanse


    Blue Ruin holds up. In fact it becomes much more tragic the second time.
  13. cerealtony

    tech-savvy at-risk youth

    Saw this a few days ago and absolutely loved it. It was a free screening and I wasn't familiar with the director so I kinda went in blind, but I was pleasantly surprised; I was hooked and on the edge of my seat the whole time.
  14. PepsiOne

    Formerly PepsiOne Supporter

    Changed my mind, seeing this tonight
  15. tucah

    not champ Prestigious

    Big fan of Blue Ruin and really like what I'm hearing about this. I hope I can catch it this weekend.
  16. PepsiOne

    Formerly PepsiOne Supporter

    This was good
  17. Serh

    Prestigious Prestigious

    This was devastating.
    Night Channels likes this.
  18. Zilla

    Trusted Supporter

    How violent is it?
  19. the rural juror

    carried in the arms of cheerleaders

    Opens near me next Friday. Can't wait.
  20. Serh

    Prestigious Prestigious

    I'd say it gets pretty violent as it goes. One shot in particular is really gruesome.
  21. PepsiOne

    Formerly PepsiOne Supporter

    neck or arm?
  22. Serh

    Prestigious Prestigious

  23. chewbacca110

    He wrenches on it. He thinks it's his.

    Definitely the most brutal gore.

    I saw the Chicago premiere on Thursday (the day Prince died) and when one of the characters mentioned him the crowd erupted in applause. I had the biggest chills. Definitely one of the best theater experiences I've ever had.
  24. Night Channels


    Is this good enough to drive about 45 miles to see?
  25. chewbacca110

    He wrenches on it. He thinks it's his.

    It was good, but not a ton of gas good.