In anticipation of his third movie "Nope," Jordan Peele batted away claims he's the G.O.A.T. of horror movies.
The man, who was visiting a woman at her home in Atlanta, Georgia, to fix her Wi-Fi, was left stunned by what he saw.
"Karen" gained attention on social media after the trailer went viral, with many users taking aim at it for ripping off Jordan Peele's "Get Out."
Twitter users say the film attempts to copy Jordan Peele's 2017 hit film "Get Out," which garnered widespread critical acclaim after its release.
Halloween 2019 sees some great, scary horror films on TV, including "Get Out," "Halloween," "The Omen" and more.
The "new master of horror" discusses the success of "Get Out" and his new Hulu series, "Into the Dark."
"It looks eerily real because it's depressingly plausible," Oliver said of the unused Ivanka Trump graphic.
Director Jordan Peele has accomplished the impossible: He got the Academy to pay attention to a horror movie.
This, by the way, is what makes the 'n' word so explosive.