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[Review] Get Out Breaks New Ground

Jordan Peele has done what only a small handful of people have done before him. He’s introduced and successfully executed an original idea in a genre that can easily furnish an entire calendar year of regurgitated, slightly-altered content. 715 more words


Review: Get Out

Director: Jordan Peele

Runtime: 103 minutes

Ambiguity is the name of the game for so many horror classics, especially those involving a domestic setting (Rosemary’s Baby). 825 more words

ALWAYS keep the flash on (Get Out Review)

I wasn’t a devoted viewer of the hit comedy series Key and Peele, but I have enjoyed the few skits I did see and was aware of the show’s acclaim, citing its biting satire and relevant social commentary. 472 more words

Review: Get Out

Jordan Peele sits in the directors chair for the first time in his new thriller Get Out, starring Daniel Kaluuya, Allison Williams, Catherine Keener and Bradley Whitford. 544 more words


Emilio-Vlog: Get Out

Straight outta comedy right into thriller, Emile and Alex watch and review the much talked about horror movie about a black guy in a (predominantly) white neighborhood. 23 more words

Review: Get Out Is A Shocking Effective Thriller With A Mix Of Laughs and Scares.

As Black History Month comes to a close for the year, America is given a film that not only gives us some wonderful entertainment and its topic is dealing with the struggle of oppression against African-Americans and people of color.  713 more words


Get Out, Get Out, Get Out

It is a daunting endeavor to speak in depth about the brilliance of Jordan Peele‘s directorial debut Get Out (2017) without major spoilers, thus, this post will focus less on plot and more on mise-en-scene and tone.   468 more words