Back in 2013, American filmmaker Jeremy Saulnier put together a micro-budgeted indie flick called Blue Ruin. And it was easily one of the best films of the year - coming at the top of our yearly assemblage of such things.
Naturally, we've been keeping a close eye on what the director is up to next and the early word on Green Room was very good indeed - Blue Ruin star Macon Blair was back and centred on what happens when a punk band does a gig at an isolated venue controlled by neo-nazis.
The real kicker? Patrick Stewart was in the cast as a skin headed psycho! And the rest of the cast sounded great too, including Imogen Poots, Alia Shawkat and Anton Yelchin.
Now the film has debuted at Cannes and the early reviews are saying its a riot of a time. Here's the first clip to go with that news.
So far, so cool. The word so far is that it starts out as a regular down-on-its-luck band movie but slowly becomes several other things - including a horror, thriller and a comedy. That sounds about right from Saulnier who brought a great mix of styles to Blue Ruin and we can't wait to see what he's got in store as he reaches for the big time.
There's no confirmed release date for Green Room just yet but we'll have more info soon.