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Get Out

this is the best film I’ve seen this year.

it’s one of those films that have that uncomfortable, ‘mess with your head’, creepy, unsettling feel, throughout the film.

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Get Out (2017)

US 103m, Colour
Director: Jordan Peele; Cast: Daniel Kaluuya, Allison Williams, Bradley Whitford, Caleb Landry Jones, Stephen Root, Keith Stanfield,Catherine Keener

Get Out is a dark comedic horror film about a young white woman who invites her black boyfriend to visit her parents at their country estate. 56 more words

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Get Out

You know all those black stand-up comedians over the years who had a bit about horror movies and black people? How the brother always gets killed first? 73 more words

Movie Reviews

Review: Get Out (2017)

You might have an idea of the general direction GET OUT is heading in, but few will guess how far down this deep and murky thematic rabbit hole writer-director Jordan Peele will take us. 658 more words

Film

Keanu (2016)

Director: Peter Atencio

Writer: Jordan Peele, Alex Rubens (Screenplay)

Starring: Jordan Peele, Keegan-Michael Key, Tiffany Haddish, Method Man, Darrell Britt-Gibson, Jason Mitchell

 

Plot: When an L.A. 452 more words

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10 of Today’s Horror Directors Who Will Be Considered Masters of Horror in the Next Decade

While some may tell you that the genre is stuck in a stale state, but I couldn’t possibly disagree with that more. In 2017 we have more active, highly talented filmmakers than we probably deserve, and there’s something about the batch of superb filmmakers carving out a path through our beloved macabre landscape that feels eerily reminiscent of the late ‘70s up, well into the ‘80s. 973 more words

Feature Articles

The Concept of “Social Thriller" in Jordan Peele’s Get Out and Ira Levin’s The Stepford Wives

Whilst reading The Stepford Wives I was reminded of Get Out, a film I’d previously watched and absolutely loved. Lo and behold I find out Jordan Peele was indeed inspired by the 1972 novel by Ira Levin, which was then made into a film and shot to cult classic status [1]. 521 more words

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