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Jul 9, 2019

Movie Meltdown - Episode 493 (For our Patreon "Horror Club")

This week the Meltdown Horror Club sits down to discuss Jeremy Saulnier's Green Room - a real-world horror movie starring Anton Yelchin, Patrick Stewart, Alia Shawkat and Imogen Poots. And as we start putting together our own punk band to fight evil, we also address... Blue Ruin, isolation, a theater experience, just in shock, desert island band, forgotten life-changing events, arsenal of weapons, slasher movies, cannot catch a break, been in many a band, vacuuming at seven in the morning, Nazis vs. punks, dealing with disappointment, crazy nightmare, small town, the arm scene, that actually happened, control of the situation, not playing bass, a dark version of a song you already know, it was like this feeling like we were in this haunted space, intense situation, two times too many, dogs, sitting down in a room to talk with strangers, the ticking clock, a panic attack, what they were capable of, respect, that hair cut, drug factory, scarier then any monster movie, Macon Blair, through the door, character development, the paintball story, dark comedy, cannibal nazis, money, power, influence, Stacy Keach, pulling by the knife, I really did not know what the movie was gonna do, being broke, throwing the movie conventions out the window and a short film in the style of Bob Newhart comedy. 

Spoiler Alert: Full spoilers for “Green Room”, so go watch the movie before you listen. 

“...I don’t know what’s about to happen here… and the unknown on the other side of that door is like equally as... terrifying as like anything else that I’ve seen in what people would consider a little more legitimate ‘horror movie’.”