Reviews

Jul 28, 2021
A film from a highly influential new filmmaker that makes audiences think deeply about life, but it does so through a uniquely conscious horror lens.
Jun 25, 2021
Its sucker punch to the status quo has ensured it's impossible to forget.
May 29, 2021
Well told, impressively rendered, and creepy as all hell.
Apr 28, 2021
A smart, creepy, cliché-destroying horror.
Apr 13, 2021
When that real-life horror flows into the film's fantastical premise, it's revealed how well first-time director Jordan Peele threaded the needle.
Mar 4, 2021
Get Out is a horror film but like all great genre films it isn't just that. It could more rightly be called a social thriller, a film that looks at everyday ills - in this case racial tension - through the lens of a genre movie.
Feb 14, 2021
A tense, creeping drama that gets under your skin, makes you laugh and then explodes outward in the most satisfying, pulpy of ways. Get Out is all of those things.
Feb 7, 2021
Get Out is a smart, quite funny, and startling picture, you just have to see it.
Jan 2, 2021
With a perfect balance of terror and comedy, this smart, slightly-satirical look on society and racism is a well crafted film that dives even deeper than you expect.
Dec 5, 2020
Kaluuya is exceptionally grounded (continuously tossing around genuinely inquisitive expressions), making the eerie situations more realistic and more humorous.
Nov 5, 2020
Contains that third act twist that comes with smart horror movies. By the end, the audience was cheering and applauding...
Sep 24, 2020
Get Out is an achievement on a textual, metatextual, and subtextual level that is effectively a roadmap for filmmakers trying to build a political message into their genre fiction.
Sep 8, 2020
One of the best films of the year for 2017.
Sep 3, 2020
Jordan Peele delivers the best movie of the decade thanks to masterful symbolism of American flag wardrobe, cell-phone justice, cotton-picking escapes and dialogue double meanings.
Aug 26, 2020
They say "a mind is a terrible thing to waste" and in Jordan Peele's directorial debut, Get Out is certainly one of the most accomplished films of the year.
Jul 11, 2020
It can work as a suspense thriller, a horror comedy, or as a launching point for a deeper social conversation.
Jul 2, 2020
A surprising film that shows Peele's versatility as well as enormous creative potential as writer, producer and director. [Full review in Spanish]
Jul 2, 2020
Sharp and satirical, frustratingly topical and poignant, "Get Out" insightfully explores race in America while delivering a banger of a horror movie.
Jul 1, 2020
The complexity, though, is reduced by caricaturing the Armitage family and their guests as unfeeling monsters[.]
Jun 30, 2020
Get Out is the kind of thriller that will crawl under your skin and worm its way into your brain, making you think about it long after it's over.