By Meg Shields
Hannah Arendt tells us evil comes from a failure to think. So here’s a video essay on how the philosophical theory manifests in ‘Get Out,’ to get you thinking.
By Naomi Elias
We’ve handpicked some of the best annotations Jordan Peele shares in Get Out: The Annotated Screenplay. Reading them will change how you watch the movie.
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We chat with Michael Abels about musically communicating the torment of the film’s antagonists.
Jordan Peele’s new nightmare shows us that horror’s potential empathy is often under-appreciated.
By Aliya Jones
He’s not the “new” anyone. He’s without a doubt, completely, 100% Jordan Peele and the mix of influences on ‘Us’ proves it.
By Sheryl Oh
You can learn a lot about a character from their taste buds.
Trevor Gates talks the power of sound, “Teddy Perkins,” and the most disturbing movie moments he’s brought to life.
As horror grows in popularity, established filmmakers are choosing to try their hand at the genre, and the sky’s the limit.