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Neue Trailer zu meinen beiden sehr wahrscheinlichen Lieblingsfilmen des Jahres (Ben Wheatleys „High-Rise“ und Jeremy Saulniers „Green Room“, die übrigens beide auf den Fantasy Filmfest Nights laufen, wir basteln da im Hintergrund grade an ’ner kleinen Aktion), dem ersten Clip zu Tim Burtons „Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children“ (hmm), sowie neue Trailer zu „Daredevil“ und der neuen „Orphan Black“-Staffel (die Serie muss ich endlich mal aufholen, hatte die erste Staffel halb gesehen und fand's eigentlich sehr prima, hatte sie dann aber aus den Augen verloren). (Favs, ofcourse: Green Room, High-Rise, Daredevil)
GREEN ROOM is a brilliantly crafted and wickedly fun horror-thriller starring Patrick Stewart as a diabolical club owner who squares off against an unsuspecting but resilient young punk band. Down on their luck punk rockers The Ain't Rights are finishing up a long and unsuccessful tour, and are about to call it quits when they get an unexpected booking at an isolated, run-down club deep in the backwoods of Oregon.
What seems merely to be a third-rate gig escalates into something much more sinister when they witness an act of violence backstage that they weren't meant to see. Now trapped backstage, they must face off against the club's depraved owner, Darcy Banker (Stewart), a man who will do anything to protect the secrets of his nefarious enterprise. But while Darcy and his henchmen think the band will be easy to get rid of, The Ain't Rights prove themselves much more cunning and capable than anyone expected, turning the tables on their unsuspecting captors and setting the stage for the ultimate life-or-death showdown. Intense, emotional, and ingeniously twisted, Green Room is genre filmmaking at its best and most original.
Dr. Robert Laing moves into a new state-of-the-art apartment 2 miles outside of London. Seeking anonymity he soon discovers that the building’s residents are unlikely to leave him to his own devices. As he tries to negotiate his way around the social dynamics of the building it becomes apparent that Laing’s sanity is at risk amongst the booze, sex and anarchy within the building.
From visionary director Tim Burton, and based upon the best-selling novel, comes an unforgettable motion picture experience. When Jake discovers clues to a mystery that spans alternate realities and times, he uncovers a secret refuge known as Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children. As he learns about the residents and their unusual abilities, Jake realizes that safety is an illusion, and danger lurks in the form of powerful, hidden enemies. Jake must figure out who is real, who can be trusted, and who he really is.