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The skin colour of Kaluuya's character becomes both a running gag and a crucial plot device in Get Out.

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Whitford (at left) and Keener in the movie. The slasher flick doubles as a subversive, razor-sharp social satire about race, making it one of the year's most original and smartest films.

Clever satirical take on the horror genre

Mar 17, 2017 5:50 AM

THERE'S nothing scarier than realising you've bought a ticket for a horror film so full of cliches you get that sense of deja vu you've seen it all before 15 minutes in.

Thankfully that doesn't happen in Get Out, the directorial debut of comedian-writer Jordan Peele, one half of comic duo

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