A young man visits the estate owned by his girlfriend’s wealthy family, and discovers the house and its grounds are hiding a series of sinister secrets.
When Chris is invited to stay at the grand estate of his girlfriend Rose’s family, he takes it as an opportunity to finally get the awkward ‘meet the parents’ cliché over. Even though she tells him he’s being ridiculous, he’s worried about what Rose’s parents will think about the fact that he’s black and she’s not.
When their car is hit by a deer during the journey, things quickly turn from ordinary to odd – why does the policeman insist on seeing Chris’ ID when he wasn’t even driving?
But when the shaken couple arrive at the estate that things begin to get even weirder.
The family’s live-in maid and groundsman seem eerily detached from reality, and Chris soon discovers that several locals have gone missing over the years.
Could the one thing that connects Chris to all these people solve the mystery?
It seems being black in this neighbourhood has deadly consequences, but getting out isn’t easy…
Horror-comedy hybrid Get Out marks the directorial debut for actor Jordan Peele (Storks), who takes on the topic of racism – a subject that the horror genre has more-or-less avoided until now.
Starring Daniel Kaluuya (Sicario) and Allison Williams (Girls), Get Out brings the chills thick and fast, and comes from the producer of The Visit, Insidious and The Gift.