Green Room trailer release gives the audience a first glimpse of the brutal and darker side of a murder witnessing incident gone wrong.
Directed by Jeremy Saulnier, comes a twisted tale of the Green Room. The movie trailer was released by A24 and features a struggling punk rock band performing at all kinds of places The Ain’t Rights on an unsuccessful tour.
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One of their stops is a bar where they give a performance to a small crowd before returning to their room where they notice a young woman lying on the ground with a knife sticking out of her head.
As one of the band members call the police to report a stabbing, he is rammed by one of the bartenders and other men gather them all together in a room with green lights and we hear someone say that cops are on the way while a man gets out of the car.
However, we see a man who does not look like anything close to cops as the band members argue that they hadn’t done anything but the man with the gun tells them that they have to wait and Imogen Poot’s character, Amber then states the obvious that then they die but the man tells them that not if they sit and wait.
We then see Patrick Stewart’s character, Darcy Baker who tells them that the police have come and gone and then he warns the men of the band that it won’t end well.
And as they check one more time whether the girl is dead or not, the man with the gun on them pulls out the knife to confirm she is dead and as Patrick Stewart says, things go south from there on.
We see an ensuing fight between the band members and Amber and the white supremacist group working under Baker who tells them to kill the band and himself gets his dog and a baseball bat out and the young band members also prepare with their own weapons for a showdown.
We catch glimpses of all the things that go down from their own as Amber counts down the shots in the gun.
The trailer leaves you numb with mixed emotions of shock, adrenaline and anticipation. We see different critics’ comments throughout the trailer and it is a thriller that builds up in anticipation to a climax.
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Featuring Patrick Stewart like you have never seen him before along with a bunch of cronies and band members played by Anton Yelchin, Alia Shawkat, Joe Cole and Callum Turner along with Imogen Poots.