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Get Out

"What makes Get Out more than just a slam-bang scarefest is that, in its own darkly satiric way, it is also a movie about racial paranoia that captures the zeitgeist in ways that many more 'prestigious' movies don't." - Christian Science Monitor

Jordan Peele is one of the stars of the beloved sketch comedy show KEY & PEELE, but one of his true passions is horror movies. Now, after years making us laugh on his TV show, Peele has a chance to make us scream with his directorial debut, GET OUT. And make no mistake - while this movie may have plenty of laughs, Peele is going for a legitimate horror vibe, one that blew away critics at the Sundance Film Festival this year.

Chris (Daniel Kaluuya, who you might recognize from the excellent BLACK MIRROR episode “Fifteen Million Credits”) is a black man dating a white woman (Allison Williams, GIRLS), whose rich family is the epitome of the liberal elite. Dad (Bradley Whitford, THE WEST WING) tells Chris that he’d have voted for Obama a third time, if he could have. But things are not as they seem, and Chris can’t help but notice that the all-black staff of help have suspiciously glassy stares. By the time he gets the title warning - “Get out!” - it’s too late.

In the tradition of social message horror films like THE STEPFORD WIVES and ROSEMARY’S BABY (both of which Peele says influenced his movie), GET OUT tackles the insidious monster of racism, a monster that can be lurking in even the most bleeding hearts.  (Alamo)

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