Jordan Peele has cited it himself, but it’s startling to see how much of an influence The People Under the Stairs had on Get Out and Us. Race and class are explored in every scene, comedy and horror coexist seamlessly. Wes Craven was a real one.
The sins of the father are visited upon Miss Americana and the Heartbreak Prince. TV rots our brains, Satanic panic runs rampant, serial killers take up residence in the living room, and it's a nightmare on everyone's street when Mickey Knox emerges from Reagan's regime. Long live the new flesh!
UPDATE/JANUARY 16, 2020: I was 20 years old when I posted this review. Since then, I've learned a lot more about cinema, made a few films myself, and aged seven years. I would not write a review like this today, though I must admit that I still find this one amusing. Carry on!
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