Green Room (2016)


There’s something thrilling about punk rock on film. The wild and pissed off nature of it lends itself to any number of scenarios. However, very few films have captured that nature in the way Green Room does. When punk band The Ain’t Rights walk into a room full of Neo-Nazis and launch into a cover of The Dead Kennedys‘ ‘Nazi Punks Fuck Off’ it taps into the rebellion that lies at the heart of that scene. That that moment is encamped in a film that takes the siege horror genre and twists it in a whole manner of fucked up ways is just an added bonus.

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X Men: Days Of Future Past

The X-Men franchise has had it’s ups and downs.  From Bryan Singer’s first two films, which started the franchise off with a bang, to the awful clusterfuck that was The Last Stand.  It seemed to be finally starting to find it’s way again by going into the past and providing origin stories in X-Men: First Class.  The follow up Days of Future Past now attempts to combine the two timelines, taking the classic cast of Patrick Stewart, Ian McKellen and co and combining them with the new guns in James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender.

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