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Get Out and See the Most Talked About Movie of 2017 In Theaters for Free on Monday Get Out and See the Most Talked About Movie of 2017 In Theaters for Free on Monday

Whether you missed out on Get Out’s original theater run or you just want a chance to see it on the big screen one more time, now is your chance to do so—for free.

Watch: Jordan Peele Loves How Black People Watch Horror at the Movie Theater

Jordan Peele’s Get Out took home major awards at this year’s African-American Film Critics Association Awards, winning best director, best picture, best actor (a nod to Daniel Kaluuya, who played the main character, Chris) and best screenplay.

Sundance’s Tyrel Is Get Out Without Hypnosis or the Sunken Place Sundance’s Tyrel Is Get Out Without Hypnosis or the Sunken Place

Tyrel may immediately draw comparisons to Get Out for its initial premise of an African American finding himself in an awkward situation during a weekend getaway surrounded by white people. But where Sebastian Silva’s Sundance flick differs from Jordan Peele’s Oscar-nominated movie is that Tyrel exists without…

Get Out Is an Iconic, Critically Acclaimed Film, but Writer-Director Jordan Peele ‘Didn’t Know It Was Ever Going to Get Made’ Get Out Is an Iconic, Critically Acclaimed Film, but Writer-Director Jordan Peele ‘Didn’t Know It Was Ever Going to Get Made’

Looking at the success of Get Out, one would imagine that writer-director Jordan Peele knew what he was getting into when he started working on the project.

Jordan Peele Says He Will Seriously Consider a Sequel to Get Out Jordan Peele Says He Will Seriously Consider a Sequel to Get Out

Get Out is back in theaters thanks to its Academy Award nominations, but writer-director Jordan Peele is continuing to look toward the future. He recently discussed the possibility of a sequel.

Now Anybody Can Take an Online Version of the College Course Inspired by Get Out Now Anybody Can Take an Online Version of the College Course Inspired by Get Out

Last year, dozens of lucky students got to take “The Sunken Place: Racism, Survival, and Black Horror Aesthetic,”a UCLA course on black horror, inspired by Jordan Peele’s hit movie Get Out. This month saw the debut of a web seminar on the same subject, offered by Prof. Tananarive Due and her husband, author Steven…

#StillRootingForEverybodyBlack: Here Are the 2018 Oscar Nominees  #StillRootingForEverybodyBlack: Here Are the 2018 Oscar Nominees 

Today is the day. The 2018 Oscar nominees were announced bright and early Tuesday morning for the 90th annual ceremony.

Mudbound and Other Films That Get Black Folks Pissed Off at White People Mudbound and Other Films That Get Black Folks Pissed Off at White People

Over the holiday break, I finally got around to watching Netflix’s Mudbound, last year’s period drama by director Dee Rees (who also wrote and directed 2011’s magnificent Pariah). The film was adapted from the 2008 Hillary Jordan novel about two families—one black and one white—attempting to stay afloat by…

Black Dresses, Hardly Any Black Winners ... So Oprah Saved the Day Black Dresses, Hardly Any Black Winners ... So Oprah Saved the Day

Although it was all-black everything—from the carpet to the attire to Oprah Winfrey’s black-ass table—black actors and actresses didn’t fare too well at the 2018 Golden Globes on Sunday night.

Top 5 Black Movies and TV Shows of 2017 and No, She’s Gotta Have It Didn’t Make the Cut Top 5 Black Movies and TV Shows of 2017 and No, She’s Gotta Have It Didn’t Make the Cut

2017 was a great year for black movies and TV shows, but one would not know it if one looked only at most critics’ year-end top 10 lists.

Top 10 Moments Black People Won in 2017 Top 10 Moments Black People Won in 2017

2017 has been, how do I put this succinctly, a fucking shit year.

Why 2017 Was the Year of Rose Armitage Why 2017 Was the Year of Rose Armitage

To be a person of color in America is to always be tangled between dueling worlds. What was different in 2017, more so than any other year in recent memory, was how those polarities were laid bare for everyone else to see.

Boston Globe Measures the City’s Racism Boston Globe Measures the City’s Racism

Is Boston ‘The Most Racist City’?

Get Out Receives Top Film of 2017 Honor From African American Film Critics Association Get Out Receives Top Film of 2017 Honor From African American Film Critics Association

Jordan Peele’s blockbuster film, Get Out, was the big winner of the African American Film Critics Association. The film, a satirical look at race relations, won the Best Film, Best Directing, Best Acting and Best Screenplay recognitions from the world’s largest group of professional black film critics.

It’s Official: Jordan Peele Is Bringing Back The Twilight Zone It’s Official: Jordan Peele Is Bringing Back The Twilight Zone

Fans of Jordan Peele’s Get Out have a new show to get into—The Twilight Zone, the iconic TV series that the genre-breaking director will be rebooting, CBS formally announced Wednesday.

Jordan Peele Says Tiger Woods Is ‘in the Sunken Place’  Jordan Peele Says Tiger Woods Is ‘in the Sunken Place’ 

My question is: Has Tiger Woods ever not been in the sunken place?

Was Get Out More Funny or Scary? Was Get Out More Funny or Scary?

That Get Out will compete as a comedy during awards season is not a surprise. Although packed with thrills and scares, it ultimately exists as social satire—which, while not always funny, is a form of comedy. Also, this comedy distinction makes it more likely to win within its categories. For myriad…

How Get Out Inspired a New College Course on Racism and Horror How Get Out Inspired a New College Course on Racism and Horror

Like hundreds of thousands of other people around the world, Tananarive Due saw Get Out earlier this year. Blown away by the hit horror movie, the author and educator decided to design a semester-long special course about how horror and anti-black racism have intertwined in the cinema.

10 Things My Black Paranoia Saved Me From 10 Things My Black Paranoia Saved Me From

Hi. I’m black and I’m a man. That makes me a black man (by default), and that means I’m paranoid as fuck. Like, I’m pretty sure you’re plotting against me right now, so I’m looking at you crazy. Or at least you might could be. In fact, who is you? Is you is or is you ain’t my constituency?

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