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CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 2/6/2021

According to scholar Tananarive Due, "Black History is Black Horror"

Featured spread is from Black History Month Staff Pick Get Out, the complete annotated screenplay by game-changing (and Oscar-winning) filmmaker Jordan Peele, featuring not just copious annotations by Peele himself, but deleted scenes and an essay by noted novelist and scholar Tananarive Due. "So why do Black people love horror so much?" Due asks. "As Get Out shows us explicitly, horror is an excellent mechanism to visualize, confront, and try to overcome racial trauma… 'Get Out is a documentary,' Peele famously tweeted. Like all great art, it's powerful because it's so true."

Get Out

Get Out

Inventory Press
Pbk, 4.25 x 7 in. / 224 pgs / 150 b&w.

$19.95  free shipping





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