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Over the five brilliant seasons of Comedy Central’s sketch comedy series Key & Peele, it became clear: these guys are true cinephiles. To mark the release of his directorial debut, Jordan Peele curates an eclectic selection of the films that influenced him, from auteur-driven thrillers to social issue dramas to 1990s new-classics. It’s the perfect primer to get you ready to Get Out.
An Upper West Side mother-to-be discovers she’s carrying the spawn of Satan.
A gruesome plague precipitates a gory zombie uprising in George Romero’s horror milestone.
Wes Craven’s subversive blend of gore and camp-comic satire.
Hollywood’s first look at interracial marriage boasts a sly wit and flawless performances.
Jordan Peele’s directorial debut, equal parts gripping thriller and provocative commentary.
Michael Haneke toys with the audience in this cerebral shocker.
One of the smartest—and freakiest—horror movies of the 90s.
Wes Craven’s ingenious slasher satire subverts the genre while delivering the gory goods.
Hitchcock’s effective reminder not to spy on neighbors.
Anthony Hopkins delivers one of cinema’s most indelible portrayals of psychopathy.
Kathy Bates sledgehammers her way into pop culture immortality in this Stephen King adaptation.
Jack Nicholson stars in Stanley Kubrick’s arthouse horror mindbender.
Tom Hanks is a crazed NIMBY in Dante’s black comic spoof of small town Americana.