Green Room (2015) | 100 Day Film Challenge – Day 15

Brutal. Badass. Tragic. These are just a few words to describe Green Room. In Anton Yelchin’s final film, a band called The Ain’t Rights play a set at a seedy club full of Neo Nazis. After witnessing a murder, they must fight for their lives against the owners of the establishment, especially Patrick Stewart’s chilling Darcy.

This film is not for the faint of heart. Bones snap, throats are ripped out, and blood sprays in claret streams.

All of the actors give believable performances, but the true standouts are Yelchin, Stewart, and Imogen Poots. I was rooting for everyone to survive, and cringed when someone suffered a  terrible fate.

 Green Room is tinged in green light. It adds to the eery, claustrophobic atmosphere, and gives a cloying sense of dread.

If you’re looking for a chilling, brutal film about survival against terrible odds, watch Green Room immediately. If you have a sensitive stomach or don’t like violence, this will not be your cup of tea.

Verdict: 4/5

Green Room is now available to purchase on Blu-Ray and DVD.


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