I finally caught up with Don't Breathe, so I've seen this trifecta now. There are definitely some interesting comparisons to make. They all fall into a similar category of high-concept thriller that I really love, but that commonly are either stretched too thin across a feature, or end up being too "clever" for their own good.
Of the three, I found Don't Breathe to fall a little too much into that "too clever" category, crossing over into "too contrived" a few too many times. 10 Cloverfield occasionally flirts with the same, but ultimately I found that it's tight-knit contrivances did serve the film without being too distracting.
Green Room might be the best of the bunch (though some of the stuff in the finale I found to dip in quality), but I agree with Teproc's summary of it as a purely visceral experience, whereas 10 Cloverfield gave me more to enjoy, putting it higher on my list of desired rewatches.