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Get Out

Deftly implemented, unsettlingly relevant, and blisteringly funny, Get Out is an impressive horror debut that’s perfect for Sundance, an agile social commentary, and a terrific calling card for its young director. Spinning with twists and turns and uneasy tension (the first scene will trigger severe heart palpitations), it’s savvy, smart entertainment that’s mostly bold.

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The Cabin in the Woods

Pulpy, loopy, fiendishly clever, and deceitfully insightful, The Cabin in the Woods is a wickedly smart and outrageously entertaining subversion of the horror genre, a love/hate letter to Sam Raimi and his predecessors, with a conclusion that’s awesomely bonkers.

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