this is the best film I’ve seen this year.
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it’s one of those films that have that uncomfortable, ‘mess with your head’, creepy, unsettling feel, throughout the film.
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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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 . 521 more words