'Get Out' Trailer: Jordan Peele Crosses Over With Racially Charged Horror


'Get Out' Trailer: Jordan Peele Crosses Over With Racially Charged Horror

Funny man Jordan Peele has taken his comedy creativity to the dark side with his new movie Get Out. Written and directed by Peele himself this horror-thriller hits theaters on February 24th and if it's half as good as it's trailer he may have already cemented himself as force to be reckoned within the genre. The script is fresh and updated with the racial undertones being anything but subtle. In these racially charged times you have to wonder if we're ready for a movie about an interracial couple visiting the girl's white parents in a town where black people seem to disappear...you heard that right. In the trailer we see an uncomfortable confrontation with a cop where the main character Chris gets racially profiled, the awkward meeting with the parents and the help, who happen to be bothered by a bit more than servitude. With all this uneasiness it's no wonder his girlfriend would've forgotten to tell him that she happens to live in a town black people go missing.

Backed by the producers of Insidious, The Visit, and The Gift you can bet that as telling the trailer is this movie still holds a few punches. Are we ready to ready to see this bloody version of Guess Who's Coming To Dinner? In the name of horror YES!! Peele has made light of racial tensions before on Key & Peele but will it cross over to horror? Most movies dealing with these subject matters make its way to the suspense realm so to see issues so relatable turned into your worse nightmare are the things true creep shows are made of.

Click Link Below To See Trailer & Don't Forget To Check Out Get Out February 2017!


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