Horror, Thriller Rated: R 116 min
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Jordan Peele, whose brilliant debut film, Get Out, announced the arrival of the most exciting new filmmaker in America, follows it with Us, an existential horror movie unlike any horror movie you have ever seen before. You may think there’s nothing more frightening than today’s headlines, but think again. Us is actually scary, but fun, and a head-scratcher to boot, all wrapped up in one unwrap-at-your-own-risk package. Haunted by a mysterious psychic wound in her past that’s never healed, and aggravated by involuntary journeys into an uncanny valley, Adelaide’s paranoia level escalates to DEFCON 1 as she grows increasingly certain that something wicked this way comes—and she’s right, it does. With Lupita Nyong’o and Elizabeth Moss. — Peter Biskind

“This daring fun-until-it’s-not shocker starts from the genre’s central premise that everyday life is a wellspring of terrors. …The assault is a master class of precision-timed scares filled with light shivers and deeper, reverberant frights…. The results are messy, brilliant, sobering, even bleak—the final scene is a gut punch delivered with a queasy smile…” — Manohla Dargis, New York Times
Us is political filmmaking of the most spirited sort, and it sets up quite a fight: the Hydes come to visit the Jekylls, and the Jekylls hit back.” — Anthony Lane, New Yorker
“Go see Us on its own terms: two hours of blood-spraying, body-snatching multiplex fun.” — Leah Greenblatt, Entertainment Weekly
Us is a glorious symphony of fear, to be sure, but it’s also an ambitious sci-fi allegory and a pitch-black comedy of the haves and have-nots.” — David Sims, The Atlantic
directed by
Jordan Peele
written by
Jordan Peele
Lupita Nyong'o, Winston Duke, Elisabeth Moss, Tim Heidecker
USA, Japan
production company
Universal Pictures