When it comes to horror movies, I’m a huge fan of them. I’d go for anything that makes me cover my eyes but peek in-between my fingers, so I don’t miss anything. I’m the type that wants to be curled up with a blanket, hugging on your arm, and/or sitting on the edge of my seat. Almost everyone knows about the movie “Get Out,” and I highly recommend anyone who has the same reaction as I do towards horror movies to watch it.
This movie has a mixture of a lot of things. It has the mysterious ways that make you wonder, but it also gives you the chills because of how the story line goes. Many of the movie critics say that this movie tackles timely issues related to race in a thoughtful way. It’s recommended for mature teens and older to watch due to the material and language. There aren’t many violent scenes, but when they are shown, they’re pretty brutal with fighting, bashing with blunt objects, kicking, stabbing, shooting guns, and lots of blood. There are also some gory parts in the movie. The movie does use a lot of violent and sexual language throughout the movie.
The show [is] “more than just a standard-issue thriller [...] offering a compassionate, thoughtful look at race.”
Jeffery Anderson from Common Sense Media described the show as “more than just a standard-issue thriller, this brutal, smart movie is impeccably made, as well as surprising, shocking, and funny, while also offering a compassionate, thoughtful look at race.”
As for my own opinion, I liked this movie a lot because it had a lot of unexpected parts, and that’s why horror is my favorite genre. I recommend you watch “Get Out” because it will terrify you. Also, it’s so mysterious that you never know who will be bad or good. The movie really switches up a lot and happens really fast, and that’s why I love it.