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Weekend Box Office Predictions: 2/24-2/26

Oscar weekend sees the wide release of three new films. Two of these three, as far as I am concerned, have received zero marketing. These would be the films… 219 more words


"Get Out" plays with the horror of race relations

“Get Out” opens with a terror no black person wants to see: a car leisurely rolling up behind you on darkened street, in a predominantly white suburb. 484 more words


Get Out And See Jordan Peele's First Movie in Theaters (Movie Review) via Wicked Horror

Get Out marks Jordan Peele’s — known for his role in the phenomenal sketch comedy Key and Peele — feature length directorial debut. It’s shocking how well he does as he writes and directs this excellent film. 150 more words


"Get Out" Gave Me Laughs In A Horryifing Manner. 

“Get Out” is a cutting edge, fresh and f*cking crazy movie mash-up of “Rosemary’s Baby” and “Misery” and “Guess Who’s Coming For Dinner?” among other films, mixed in for good measure. 237 more words

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"Get Out" hits a home run on Rotten Tomatoes...

There have been countless numbers of movies that have been released, and for how many have been released a very small group have earned a 100 percent on Rotten Tomatoes. 177 more words


Jordan Peele’s 'Get Out' is Clever, Tense, Funny, and Unnvervingly Timely

The tree-lined suburban street in the opening scene of Jordan Peele’s Get Out is not, on its face, threatening. But there’s something about the way Peele shoots it – the prowling movements of his camera, the dread loaded into the music – that renders it sinister before the young black man even enters the frame. 865 more words