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“Get Out” to See a Terrifying New Movie

Charlotte Haley, Staff Writer

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All horror movie lovers gather around, Hollywood has finally thought of an original idea
and we are loving it! The movie “Get Out” released on February 24 of this year has accumulated
many mixed opinions for it’s old fashioned and precarious racial themes. This movie has
definitely earned it’s rated R title, not only does it carry complex, sensitive themes it also truly
terrifying! Director Jordan Peele more famously known for his hit television show “Key and
Peele”, shows not only can he be an incredible comedic actor but can also direct a serious horror film. In all good fun, Peele does throw in his signature humor keeping the movie in a balance between the scares and giggles smoothly.

The storyline begins with Chris Washington and girlfriend Rose Armitage, played by
Daniel Kaluuya (“Skins”) and Allison Williams (“Girls”). The couple is shown happily heading
off to Rose’s parents house upstate for a weekend getaway. Upon arrival Chris believes her
family is being overly accommodating only to oblige that their daughter is in a interracial
relationship, as he feels they’re anxious and nervous energy. Rose’s father, Dean, who is
portrayed by Bradley Whitford (“The Cabin in the Woods”) even goes as far as to say, “If I
could, I would have voted for Obama for a third term” in an attempt to relate to Chris, but only
results in him being extremely uncomfortable. Almost immediately Chris senses that something is off with this family and upon meeting the only other African, Americans on the estate, who happen to be a maid and groundskeeper, their bizarre, zombie-like behavior only increases Chris’ fears. When hypnotist mother, Missy, offers to cure his smoking addiction it then clicks to him maybe her career has something to do with the strange behavior around him.

It is safe to say that this movie is like no other in it’s horror genre, and it excels in it’s
cinematography, plot structure, and execution by actors. Taking everything aforementioned into account, Get Out receives five out of five stars in my book, you will not be disappointed as it includes all aspects that revolve around creating the perfect horror movie. The gore starts out
early in the movie after the bloody death of a deer that ran into the couple's car, jump scares, several action packed fights, supernatural or unworldly themes, plenty of profanity, and an intense soundtrack that will leave you with chills.

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“Get Out” to See a Terrifying New Movie