R | | Horror, Music, Thriller
A punk rock band is forced to fight for survival after witnessing a murder at a neo-Nazi skinhead bar.
The bit where Pat catches his sleeve on the van mirror while attempting to move around the front of it with the bad guy in his cross-hairs was a recreation of an earlier take when Yelchin accidentally did just that.
I know what it is.
Amber: What what is?
Pat: My "desert-island band."
Amber: Tell somebody who gives a shit.
When Tiger plays a vinyl LP on a phonograph in Tad's apartment, he cues the record to the beginning, but the song that plays first is Track 7 of Side 1 of that album. Later, in a shot of the vinyl disc spinning silently with the needle all the way over to the disc's label, you can see that the disc has 5 medium length tracks, but the album supposedly played has 8 short songs on both sides. Though to be honest, we have no way of knowing how many records they played after the first one.
Despite this film being released before Anton Yelchin's death, the DVD version of the film, distributed in the United Kingdom, manages to include ''In Memory of our Dear Friend Anton'' in the closing credits.
$87,984 17 April 2016