Green Room

Green Room

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Director: Jeremy Saulnier, Anton Yelchin, Imogen Poots, Patrick Stewart

Cast: Jeremy Saulnier, Anton Yelchin, Imogen Poots, Patrick Stewart

     
 

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A down-on-their-luck punk band accept an offer to play a rural Oregon club before calling their failing tour quits. When they arrive at the venue, they're troubled by the large neo-Nazi presence, but go through with their set regardless. They retreat to the backstage room afterward, only to be greeted by the corpse of a young woman on the floor and the neo-Nazis

Overview

A down-on-their-luck punk band accept an offer to play a rural Oregon club before calling their failing tour quits. When they arrive at the venue, they're troubled by the large neo-Nazi presence, but go through with their set regardless. They retreat to the backstage room afterward, only to be greeted by the corpse of a young woman on the floor and the neo-Nazis standing above her. Fearful that the band will contact the authorities, the gang hold them hostage as their leader (Patrick Stewart) tries to think of a solution to this sticky situation. Soon, the bandmates are fighting for their lives as they attempt to escape the club. Anton Yelchin, Imogen Poots, and Alia Shawkat star in this violent cat-and-mouse thriller from Blue Ruin director Jeremy Saulnier. ~ Daniel Gelb

Product Details

Release Date:
07/12/2016
UPC:
0031398245575
Original Release:
2015
Rating:
R
Source:
Lions Gate
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Sound:
[Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time:
1:35:00
Sales rank:
1,225

Special Features

"Into the Pit: Making Green Room" featurette; Audio commentary with writer/director Jeremy Saulnier

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Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Anton Yelchin Pat
Imogen Poots Amber
Patrick Stewart Darcy
Alia Shawkat Sam
Joe Cole Reece
Callum Turner Tiger
Mark Webber Daniel
Eric Edelstein Big Justin
Taylor Tunes Emily
Macon Blair Gabe
Kai Lennox Clark
October Moore Cop 1
David W. Thompson Tad
Kasey Brown Drummer
Cody Burns Punk Rocker
Samuel Summer Jonathan
Brent Werzner Werm
Mason Knight Kyle
Ed Squires Voice Only
Audrey Walker Hockey Mom
Joseph Bertot Officer
Lj Klink Guitarist
Michael Draper Stage Hand
Colton Ruscheinsky Alan
Jace Daniel Metalhead #1
Jordan Yaroslavsky Redneck Attendee at Punk Rock Venue
Jake Kasch Bartender
Jake Love Twin #1
Kyle Love Twin #2

Technical Credits
Jeremy Saulnier Director,Screenwriter
Joe Badiali Makeup Special Effects
Macon Blair Co-producer
Brooke Blair Score Composer
Will Blair Score Composer
Julia Bloch Editor
Andrae Covington Set Decoration/Design
Daniel Hammond Executive Producer
Gabriel Hammond Executive Producer
Benjamin Hayden Art Director
Maegan Hayward Sound/Sound Designer
Simon Max Hill Casting
Brian Johnston Co-producer
Brian Johnston Co-producer
Avy Kaufman Casting
Neil Kopp Producer
Eva Lohse Makeup
Michael Marino Makeup Special Effects
Lauren Marie Mikus Musical Direction/Supervision
Victor Moyers Producer
Amanda Needham Costumes/Costume Designer
Sean Porter Cinematographer
Vincent Savino Executive Producer
Anish Savjani Producer
Ryan Warren Smith Production Designer
Roland Vajs Sound/Sound Designer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Green Room
1. Chapter 1
2. Chapter 2
3. Chapter 3
4. Chapter 4
5. Chapter 5
6. Chapter 6
7. Chapter 7
8. Chapter 8
9. Chapter 9
10. Chapter 10
11. Chapter 11
12. Chapter 12
13. Chapter 13
14. Chapter 14
15. Chapter 15
16. Chapter 16

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Green Room 2.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
SleepDreamWrite 4 months ago
I heard good things about this one. And while it got interesting and has its tense moments, felt like the movie was different halfway near the end. But for the most part this does have its moments. But it could of been better, mostly near the end.
KimHeniadis 4 months ago
For me, this movie was just okay, leaning more towards meh. It was a little tense at right after they walked in on the dead body, but once Patrick Stewart got there (although his acting was good), it just got boring, and I didn’t really care if any of the punk band got out alive. Spoilers, so stop reading if you don’t want to know more…. There was just too many, Are You Really That Stupid and There is No Way moments, that happened for me to get into the movie. Now if it was supposed to be a campy B-Movie that would be one thing, but this movie was taking itself seriously. I knew nothing about it going in, besides that the music in it was punk rock. I didn’t read any reviews, watch any previews, or even read the back of the DVD. I had seen lots of people saying they liked it, so I was really hoping I would too. First the whole, I’ll trade a gun for a phone. Then the way Anton’s arm was broken, and they just patched him up with duct tape. (Nope, he would be in so much pain and unable to move at all, even with adrenaline pumping through him. He may have been able to do a bit at first, but he would not have lasted as long as he did). And the way the killings went, they were really fast, so there was not much of a cat and mouse effect happening. I kept thinking it would turn into a werewolf movie, with the meat grinder note, and the way the Nazis seemed like a pack. Maybe it would have redeemed itself a bit. The best part of the movie for me, was when they told the real music they would take to a desert island. I would say skip this one unless you really like one of the actors, and want to watch it just to see how they do.