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Get Out
- Allison Williams

Overview - A young African-American photographer (Daniel Kaluuya) is nervous at the thought of meeting his white girlfriend's parents (Catherine Keener and Bradley Whitford) for the first time during a trip to the latter's country estate. However, his anxiety soon turns into outright terror when he discovers that the family's seemingly idyllic community is hiding a sinister conspiracy, one that involves the disappearance of several black people in the area.  Read more...

 
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Overview

A young African-American photographer (Daniel Kaluuya) is nervous at the thought of meeting his white girlfriend's parents (Catherine Keener and Bradley Whitford) for the first time during a trip to the latter's country estate. However, his anxiety soon turns into outright terror when he discovers that the family's seemingly idyllic community is hiding a sinister conspiracy, one that involves the disappearance of several black people in the area. Jordan Peele, one half of the comedic duo KEY & PEELE, makes his directorial debut with this horror thriller. Allison Williams, LaKeith Stanfield, and Caleb Landry Jones co-star.

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    Blu-Ray Disc Format
  • Format: Blu-Ray/DVD Combo
  • Run Time: 104
  • Color Format: (unknown/unconverted)
  • UPC: 191329005767
  • Genre: Horror
  • Rating: R (MPAA)
  • Release Date: September 2017

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Movies > Horror/Suspense

Related Keywords:
Ghosts
Race Relations
Supernatural

 
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3 stars out of 4 -- "GET OUT feels fresh and sharp in a way that studio horror movies almost never do. It is both unsettling and hysterical, often in the same moment..." - 01/24/2017 RogerEbert.com


"The film works so well as a gauntlet of social horror that Peele almost didn’t need the more traditional thriller elements he introduces in the third act..." -- Grade: B+ - 02/23/2017 A.V. Club


"[A] satirical horror-thriller perfectly tailored to our post-postracial moment..." - 02/23/2017 Los Angeles Times


"[T]he real star of the film is writer-director Jordan Peele, who has created a work that addresses the myriad levels of racism, pays homage to some great horror films, carves out its own creative path, has a distinctive visual style -- and is flat-out funny as well." - 02/22/2017 Chicago Sun-Times


"Peele is undeniably a born filmmaker with big ambitions....He’s made a horror movie whose biggest jolts have nothing to do with blood or bodies, but rather with big ideas." -- Grade: B - 02/22/2017 Entertainment Weekly


3.5 stars out of 4 -- "A jolt-a-minute horroshow laced with racial tension and stinging satirical wit....This socially aware scary movie takes you by surprise, setting the scene for a slasher flick that's a ticking timebomb." - 02/22/2017 Rolling Stone


"In GET OUT, an exhilaratingly smart and scary freakout about a black man in a white nightmare, the laughs come easily and then go in for the kill." - 02/23/2017 New York Times


"It is not only the best horror film since UNDER THE SKIN, but a subversive and often hilarious commentary on race as well." - 02/23/2017 Boston Globe


3.5 stars out of 4 -- "The shocks and the laughs are thoroughly entertaining, but it’s the truth of GET OUT that’s so real." - 02/23/2017 Washington Post


4 stars out of 5 -- "[I]t’s a highly effective horror movie....[Peele] is one of the most exciting new directing voices we’ve seen in a while." - 03/16/2017 Empire


4 stars out of 5 -- "Sharply written by Peele, GET OUT is at its best when hinting at horrors hidden beneath the genteel facade." - 03/19/2017 The Guardian


"GET OUT is the horror film that we’ve been waiting for. It arrives just in time, at a moment when genre filmmaking can harness familiar tropes to reflect a post-election world that feels increasing surreal, backward-looking, and unfamiliar." - 03/03/2017 Film Comment

 
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