An introspective and unnerving get-under-your-skin follow up to GET OUT
Within the confines of a solid horror film, Jordan Peele turns the camera inward to explore the relationship between privilege and consequence in US.
A dimension not only of sight and sound but of proprietary streaming services.
Jordan Peele’s new TWILIGHT ZONE series looks promising, but also might be a lost opportunity.
A tightly controlled and utterly confident directorial debut from Jordan Peele that tackles racism head-on.
I don’t see a lot of horror movies, I should lead with that caveat, but for maybe the first time in my life, watching Jordan Peele’s new thriller taught me why it’s a genre people love. The visceral thrill of screaming, reeling, and cheering with the crowd at Get Out was a totally fulfilling experience.