Get Out (2017) Review

Get Out (2017) Review

Jordan Peele takes us to the Black Mirror of Meet The Parents Tense, gripping and deliciously, darkly oppressive, “Get Out” is a sensational directorial debut from Jordan Peele, one half of comedy duo Key and Peele. Chris Washington (Daniel Kaluuya) is heading away for the weekend with his girlfriend Rose (Allison Williams). Chris is worried ..

Us (2019) Review

Us (2019) Review

If you wanna make the world a better place, take a look at yourself and then make that change, starting with the man in the mirror Creepy, disturbing and deliciously, irresistibly open to multiple interpretations, Jordan Peele’s follow up to “Get Out” brings us another mischievously deep dive into the shameful psyche of America with ..

Nope (2022) Review

Nope (2022) Review

Nope is a sci-fi horror with its head in the clouds Imagine if Alfred Hitchcock and Rod Serling teamed up to create a film set in the vast openness of rural California, or maybe late seventies Spielberg collaborating with M Night Shyamalan to bring a creeping sense of dread and terror to the seemingly empty ..