Horror 101 – Episode 55: Green Room

Episode 55: Green Room – July 22, 2016

Now. Whatever you saw or did. Is no longer my concern. But let’s be clear. It won’t end well.

Welcome back to The Horror 101 Show. On this 55th podcast we will be covering another new film by director Jeremy Saulnier. Its Sir Patrick Stewart in his first horror movie since Tobe Hooper’s Lifeforce. We couldn’t believe Saulnier got him to play a racist homicidal Nazi Skinhead. And he kills the performance. This will be one of the last films we get from the recently deceased Anton Yelchin. This is a movie about survival in its most brutal form. We loved it. Join us as we give the horror 101 treatment to Green Room.

We’ll discuss our first flame mail that we received after our last show. It took 5 years before a listener took the time to shit on us. Listen to what pissed them off so much.

And our own Nood will be giving her first ever review on horror literature from author N.L. Munn.

Its another show you’re not going to want to miss. Join us for Green Room!


01:00 Prelude to Terror…
02:45 We’ve reached Schfifty Five!!
04:00 Burn The Flame Mail…
07:00 Deciding on Green Room…
11:15 The Ain’t Rights
15:00 “Nazi Punks…FUCK OFF!!”
16:30 Negotiations…
18:40 Red Laces…
21:40 Escape attempts…
23:40 The Dead Blue Sea Moment…
25:20 Death of Anton Yelchin…
26:55 Sinister Purpose (scoring the film)
29:50 Nood reviews N.L. Munn’s book titled Shadows
31:32 Conclusion and thanks for listening!

Green Room (2016)

Directed by: Jeremy Saulnier
Written by: Jeremy Saulnier


Anton Yelchin as Pat
Joe Cole as Reece
Alia Shawkat as Sam
Callum Turner as Tiger
Mark Webber as Daniel
Macon Blair as Gabe
Eric Edelstein as Big Justin
Imogen Poots as Amber
Patrick Stewart as Darcy

Cinematography by Sean Porter

Be sure to pick up N.L. Munn’s Shadows from Amazon.

Amazon Canada

Amazon U.K.

Amazon U.S.

Shadows Ebook available on Amazon worldwide.

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All video, pictures and audio used from Green Room is copyright © 2016 by Broad Green Pictures and Film Science. Used for educational purposes. No reproductions of any kind.

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