Green Room (2015)
R | | Crime, Horror, Thriller | 29 April 2016 (USA)
Anton Yelchin, Imogen Poots, Alia Shawkat Trailer:
Green Room finds director Jeremy Saulnier in a supremely confident mood. And so he should be, because back in 2013, the stripped-down, taut, yet beguiling Blue Ruin established him as one of the most promising new American directors.
With Green Room, Jeremy Saulnier sticks to his strengths. It’s sparse, no thrills and straight to the point — like a B-movie, unfolding in a gritty and concise manner with sudden gory but painfully realistic bursts of violence to jolt audiences into a frenzy. But even when it dovetails away from these fights, it’s just as compelling in how it moves the plot along and builds its tension and suspense. Despite the similar style to his previous work, Green Room never feels tired. Instead it’s further, rousing proof of just how compelling and revelatory a filmmaker Jeremy Saulnier. Simply put, Green Room is terrific, potent storytelling.
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