How horror has always been a grim reflection of our taboos

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Every now and then, a truly thoughtful horror movie comes along to challenge the notion that the genre is unimaginative, borderline pornographic and produces teenage psychopaths. This year that film is Jordan Peele’s Get Out – a refreshing critique of racism in America. The villains are well-meaning middle-class white people and the film…

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