This past weekend, Jordan Peele’s Us hit theaters, and it looks like we all went to see it. This is great for his bottom line and shows that after 2017's Get Out, Peele is not experiencing a sophomore slump. Thing is, this movie is polarizing as fuck. One stroll through the social media shows you…10 True … Continue reading 10 True Facts About the Various Armchair Analyses of Jordan Peele’s Us — The Root
https://www.huffpost.com/entry/will-packer-atlanta-child-murders_n_5c950a30e4b01ebeef0ea6b3 The three-part series, which premiered on Investigation Discovery on Saturday, re-examines the murders of 29 black youth, mostly children and a few adults, between 1979 and 1981. Children were abducted and later found dead, in many cases strangled. Black parents and community leaders condemned the city for not treating the matter with urgency.
https://www.huffpost.com/entry/jordan-peele-us-box-office_n_5c97aa64e4b0a6329e17ed5c "The film’s debut more than doubles what Peele’s “Get Out” hauled in during its opening two years ago." Great movie! I saw the movie on Friday and highly recommend it!
https://www.huffpost.com/entry/jordan-peele-us_n_5c8a7db8e4b0450ddae87f04 Jordan Peele, “I used to go down the subway in New York, go underneath the underpass to go to the other side of the subway late at night, and nobody else is on the platform, and look across and imagine, ‘What if I saw myself going in where I had just gone?’ And that … Continue reading On The Black Screen: Jordan Peele’s Horror Film “Us”, Taps Into Our Deepest Fears