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Get Out with Author/Screenwriter Tananarive Due

Get Out with Author/Screenwriter Tananarive Due

For this episode of Scream Addicts, Jinx welcomes Tananarive Due to the show!

An author and screenwriter known for such works as The Between, The Good House, My Soul to Keep, and Ghost Summer, Ms. Due has chosen Jordan Peele’s 2017 horror thriller Get Out for discussion this week.

With its dread-inducing plot and shocking twists and turns, Get Out inspires a discussion which touches on the film’s timely take on race relations, its ever-growing tension, and the film’s marvelous cast.   Along the way, we discuss director Jordan Peele’s masterful control of the film’s tone, the film’s sequel potential, and the meaning of “the Sunken Place”.

It’s a great conversation with a fantastic guest, and it’s one we hope you enjoy!

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1 comment

  1. TheAngryLibrarian 10 September, 2017 at 08:19

    I love the way Get Out slowly ratchets up the tension, forcing you to question which characters are good/bad. After Chris finds the photos I really thought maybe Rose was under her mother’s control and had no idea about her previous black partners, part of me wonders how the film would have gone if that had been the case.

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