This film will definitely be in my top ten come the end of the year. So far its the only film I've liked enough to even consider sticking it in my list.
Green Room offers a tense and plausible horror scenario. For once the characters behave how one might when faced with the same situation. The gore is showcased in a subtle but powerful way there's a bit involving a wrist that has me shuddering days later.
Yelchin continues to made interesting film choices and Stewart is great as the villain of the piece.
Brutal, tense and stylish, check it out now!
Perpetually cast as a bachelor, Reeves struggles during the opening moments of Knock Knock to convincingly play the husband and father role of Evan. His acting is a little hammy and over-the-top, and doesn’t feel all that natural. Thankfully this only lasts through the opening sequence, as soon enough Evan is left home alone so that he can get some work done.
Once on his own Reeves is back in his comfort zone as he channels a bumbling Hugh Grant…