In this indie slasher, punk rock band the Ain't Rights find themselves high and dry, facing the end of a failed tour. Desperate for gas money, the band agrees to one last show--playing for a crowd of neo-Nazis in the middle of nowhere. After witnessing a brutal crime, the band is besieged inside the titular green room, and must fight for survival. Director Jeremy Saulnier crafts an incredibly tense and visceral thriller, full of quiet menace punctuated by bursts of stomach-churning violence. Performances are subdued and realistic, and Patrick Stewart's turn as the skinheads' leader has rightfully earned much acclaim. At just over 90 minutes, this film manages to make every bloody moment feel like a delightfully grisly eternity.
"A young punk band on the road looks to earn enough money to get back home and gets an invitation to play at an isolated backwoods Oregon club. The gig turns sinister when the band accidentally witness a crime and discover that the club is run by neo-Nazis. Now trapped backstage, they must figure a way out or die."