Jordan Peele’s latest horror film, Us, is like nothing you’ve seen before. The director is making horror that is shocking, layered in metaphor, and deeply unsettling. When I got this package of treats in the mail for the film, I have to admit it was pretty damn creepy.
Jordan Peele’s horror film, Us, arrives on Blu-ray Tuesday, June 18, and in honour of the groundbreaking filmmaker’s latest release, we’re giving away three copies on the Blu-ray.
Packed to bursting with subtext, laughs, shocks, and genuinely terrifying scares, Jordan Peele’s second feature film, Us, will satisfy casual genre fans and devotees of auteur driven cinema equally, but those in the latter category will probably spend more time piecing together what it all could mean.
Sketch comedian Jordan Peele takes on a terrifying “monster” in directorial debut horror film ‘Get Out’
Jordan Peele is best known as one half of the comedic duo, Key & Peele. They have captured the attention of fans worldwide with their no nonsense humour and satire. They examine life through a combination of filmed sketches and live stage segments, demonstrating their unique chemistry, camaraderie and point of view.
Get Out not only marks writer and first time feature director Jordan Peele’s biggest departure yet from the comedic roots he’s most widely known for, but also heralds the arrival of a talented, perceptive filmmaking voice. Lovingly embracing and subverting horror movie clichés and conventions in equal measure while at the same time delivering a well honed, often uncomfortably uproarious satire on being black in America, Get Out will stand as one of the most assured debut features once the year is over.