Monday, April 10, 2017

Get Out (USA: Jordan Peele, 2017)

Get Out (USA: Jordan Peele, 2017: 103 mins)

Alcoff, Linda Martin. Visible Identities: Race, Gender and the Self. Oxford University Press, 2006.

Appen, Joe Von and Erik McClanahan. "Get Out / I Don't Feel at Home In This World." Adjust Your Tracking #141 (March 9, 2017)

Bakare, Lanra. "Get Out: The Film That Dares to Reveal Liberal Racism in America." The Guardian (February 28, 2017)

"Black Horror: The Revolutionary Act of Subverting the White Gaze." Miskatonic Institute of Horror Studies (February 2018)

Bradley, S.A. "Shut Up and Watch the Movie (Part One)." Hellbent for Horror #42 (May 29, 2017)

Brooks, Kinitra. "What Becky Gotta Do to Get Murked? White Womanhood in Jordan Peele's Get Out." Very Smart Brothers (March 3, 2017)

Butler, Bethonie. "The Brilliant Casting of Jordan Peele's Get Out." The Washington Post (March 9, 2017)

Chack, Erin. "22 Secrets Hidden in Get Out That You May Have Missed." Buzz Feed (March 3, 2017)

Colburn, Randall. "Horror and Race: How Jordan Peele’s Get Out Flips the Script." CoS (February 26, 2017)

Daniel, James Rushing. "'Another One for the Fire': George A. Romero on Race." The Los Angeles Review of Books (July 25, 2017)

Dargis, Manohla and A.O. Scott. "One Nation Under a Movie Theater? It's a Myth." The New York Times (September 7, 2017)  ["Hollywood wants us to think that its films are for everyone, but our critics say that was never true. Still, they see a way forward."]

Dowd, A.A. "Jordan Peele shifts from comedy to horror with the smart, cutting Get Out." A.V. Club (February 23, 2017)

Get Out Critics Round Up (Ongoing Archive)

"Get Out Syllabus."

Hancock, James, Mikhail Karadimov and Marcus Pinn. "Jordan Peele's Get Out & The Social Thriller." Wrong Reel #238 (February 28, 2017)

Harris, Brandon. "The Giant Leap Forward of Jordan Peele's Get Out." The New Yorker (March 4, 2017)

Hoberman, J."A Real American Horror Story." The New York Review of Books (March 13, 2017)

Jilanu, Zaid. "The Hilarious, Terrifying, British Death of Stalin Shows How American Comedy's Gone Wrong." The Intercept (March 17, 2018)

Jones, Matthew. "Politicizing the Horrific: How American Anxieties Play Out on Screen." Philosophy in Film (March 25, 2017)

"Jordan Peele: The Art of the Social Thriller." BAM (Film series curated by the director: February/March 2017)

Morris, Wesley and Jenna Wortham. "Get Out, S-Town, and What To Do With Our Racial Past." Still Processing (April 13, 2017)

Novak, A.M. "Not Your Trophy: Deer Imagery in Jordan Peele's Get Out." Vague Visages (March 22, 2017)

O'Falt, Chris. "The Best Cast Films of 2017, According to Top Casting Directors." IndieWire (December 4, 2017) ["15 casting directors explain the brilliance behind their peers’ work in “Lady Bird,” “Get Out,” “The Post,” "The Shape of Water," and more."]

Parham, Jason. "Get Out Proves The Only Way To Battle White Supremacy Is To Kill It." Fader (March 8, 2017)

Pasternack, Jesse. "Beneath the Paving Stones, the Nightmares!: American Social Thrillers of the 1960s." A Place for Film (February 5, 2018)

Phipps, Keith, Tasha Robinson and Scott Tobias. "Get Out / People Under the Stairs (Pt. 1)." The Next Picture Show #66 (March 7, 2017)

---. "Get Out / People Under the Stairs (Pt. 2)." The Next Picture Show #67 (March 9, 2017)

Oliver, Toby. "Interview with Get Out Cinematographer." Following Films (March 7, 2017)

Peele, Jordan. "Jordan Peele Gets Into Horror." Still Following (March 2, 2017)  ["It’s not hard to explain the premise of “Get Out.” A woman (Allison Williams) takes her boyfriend (Daniel Kaluuya) home to meet her parents (Catherine Keener and Bradley Whitford). He’s black, she and her parents are white — like, liberal white, good white. They’re totally down. What’s complicated to talk about with this film — the No. 1 movie in the country, by the way — is where the racial horror and the comedy take us and where they come from. It’s funny, scary, shocking and sad."]

Piepenburg, Eric. "At This Film Institute, the Course Material Is Killer." The New York Times (February 11, 2018)

Pott, Julia. "My Mom's Amazing Voicemail Review of Get Out." Talkhouse (May 10, 2017)

Ratcliff, Travis Lee. "The Legacy of Paranoid Thrillers." (Posted on Vimeo: June 2017) ["Paranoid thrillers are constant in cinema's history, but at any given moment they reflect our specific anxieties back to us and reveal how we feel about our institutions. Here, I explore how paranoid thrillers crystalized as a genre in American cinema and examine the possibility of a contemporary renaissance in conspiracy fiction."]

Thrasher, Steven. "Why Get Out Is the Best Movie Ever Made About American Slavery: Jordan Peele's horror film is about the theft of black bodies—but it isn't set in the Antebellum South." Esquire (March 1, 2017)

White, Armond. "Return of the Get Whitey Movie." National Review (February 24, 2017)

Wilkinson, Alissa. "Get Out is a horror film about benevolent racism. It's spine-chilling." Vox (February 25, 2017)

Wittmer, Carrie. "Why this new horror movie has a rare perfect score from critics — and you need to see it." Business Insider (February 23, 2017)

Yancy, George. "Whiteness as Ambush and the Transformative Power of Vigilance." Black Bodies, White Gazes: The Continuing Significance of Race. Rowan and Littlefield, 2008: 227-247.

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