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Creeping suspense with lots of gory scenes.great idea with the plot having a punk rock band getting unwillingly involved in a crime.Anton Yelchin will be missed.R.I.P.
Good thing this was only 90 minutes, I don't think I could have held my breath much longer.
This is the film Eli Roth wishes he could make.
I'm convinced this shit really happened and I was watching real footage. I've said movies have felt real before, but my word this was REAL!
If ya'll thought Furiosa and Rey were bad ass ladies, wait until you see Amber (Imogen Poots)...holy guacamole.
Dr. Xavier trades in his wheelchair for a gang of psychotic neo nazis. Patrick Stewart plays the ultimate puppet master. The man is terrifying. He's cold, menacing, and sinister.
This movie isn't just violent and gory for the sake of being violent and gory.. (cough*ELIROTH*cough). The violence comes from a place of plot and character, there's a purpose for it.
Jeremy Saulnier knows how to handle tone and atmosphere. Even though I'm one of the only people on Earth who didn't care for Blue Ruin; I cannot deny the tone and atmosphere the movie created. Green Room's tone and atmosphere is done to absolute perfection.
All in all Green Room is an excellent horror/thriller film that is tension filled and will have you clenching your fists in fear throughout the run-time.
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This movie ranks #45 in A.V. Club's The Best Movies of the 2010s
This movie ranks #564 in TSZDT's The 1,000 Greatest Horror Films
This movie ranks #924 in TSPDT's 21st Century's Most Acclaimed Films