Win Win Win: Tickets für Green Room und High-Rise auf dem Fantasy Filmfest


Nerdcore verlost in Kooperation mit den Fantasy Filmfest Nights 2x2 Tickets für jeweils Jeremy Saulniers „Green Room“ und Ben Wheatleys „High-Rise“ in allen Städten. Von beiden Filmen erzähle ich Euch seit ein paar Wochen ununterbrochen, beide Filme sehen fantastisch-weird und superspannend-kickass aus und beide dürften zu meinen Lieblingsfilmen des Jahres zählen.

Um die Tickets für „Green Room“ zu gewinnen, bitte in den Comments einen Namen für Eure fiktive Anti-Nazi-Punkband einfallen lassen (und das Stichwort „Green Room“ dazuschreiben), für die Tickets zu „High-Rise“ bitte ich um die Erfindung von Superluxus-Champagner-Marken für zukünftig dahingemeuchelte Onepercenter (und das Stichwort „High-Rise“). In beiden Fällen unbedingt die Stadt angeben (also Berlin, Hamburg, München, Nürnberg, Frankfurt, Köln oder Stuttgart). Die Comments lasse ich bis morgen mittag offen, danach entscheidet das Los und ihr bekommt von mir ’ne Mail.

Das komplette Programm des Fantasy Filmfests hatte ich gestern hier gepostet, das Line-Up ist dieses Jahr ein ziemlicher Knaller, finde ich.

Disclosure: Business-Yada-Yada, ich hab’ mit dem FFF einen non-monetären Deal am Start, ich krieg ’ne Dauerkarte und mache dafür ein bisschen Werbung, die ich wohl auch so gemacht hätte und dass ich die Möglichkeit habe, Tickets zu ausgerechnet diesen zwei Perlen zu verlosen, macht mich tatsächlich ein bisschen glücklich. Haut rein!

Hier nochmal Trailer und Poster:

Green Room

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. Saulnier continues to build his reputation as one of the most exciting and distinctive directors working today, with a movie that's completely different from his previous, highly acclaimed Blue Ruin, but which is just as risk-taking and even more full of twists. The entire cast deliver first-rate performances, but Patrick Stewart gives a transformative and brilliantly devious turn as Darcy-elegant yet lethal, droll yet terrifying, Stewart makes the film simply unforgettable.


1975. Two miles west of London, Dr. Robert Laing moves into his new apartment seeking soulless anonymity, only to find that the building’s residents have no intention of leaving him alone. Resigned to the complex social dynamics unfolding around him, Laing bites the bullet and becomes neighbourly. As he struggles to establish his position, Laing’s good manners and sanity disintegrate along with the building. The lights go out and the lifts fail but the party goes on. People are the problem. Booze is the currency. Sex is the panacea. Only much later, as he sits on his balcony eating the architect’s dog, does Dr. Robert Laing finally feel at home…..