With an inventive retro style, writer-director David Robert Mitchell offers an enjoyable riff on the teen horror movie. The film is shot with a fierce sense of perspective that draws the audience into a series of situations that are so.
Not a masterpiece as far as overall production, but the symbolism and satirical genius of it was an awakening. The sunken place of black existence in the world is like a full on lobotomy. Get Out Movie Poster 4