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The budding auteur's follow up to Get Out, Us, is murkier than its predecessor but features a treasure trove of potent references to keep its ambitious premise afloat.
While not as streamlined as Get Out, Jordan Peele continues to provoke thought through the horror movie lens with Us.
Get Out's Sunken Place is not at a distant location -- it subsists and persists in the here and now. Kanye West, Kim Kardashian and Bill Cosby should know this.
Why is it that exploitative home-based prisons set in the homes of white men feature largely in the social imaginary these days?