Movie geek trying to write a screenplay.
The pain of taking your new girlfriend to meet your parents for the first time. And/or the pain of going on a long excruciating trip to rural America (hillbilly country) with your new boyfriend to meet his horrible parents for the first time. The horror of being in a relationship with another human being at all. Learning to know that person, his least flattering traits, his inadequacy, his parents, the miserable place he grew up. The terror of having your…
Every once in a while a film comes along that makes me think "I wish I had made this" - and Jeremy Saulnier's Green Room is one of those. Intense, anarchic, balls to the walls. Genuinely scary and claustrophobia-inducing, and gory to boot. This is the way to make a low-budget contained thriller. This is pure.