Writer-director Black Mirror") who goes with his girlfriend (Allison Williams of "Girls") to spend the weekend at her family home and meet her parents (Bradley Whitford and Catherine Keener). Once he gets there, though, he realizes that all is not what it seems ... So, yes, it's seriously scary.



But this being Jordan Peele, one of the most engaging comedic voices to emerge in recent years, it's also incredibly funny, slyly satiric, and confrontationally political (something that we desperately need right now). So when we met with Peele and the rest of the cast of "Get Out," we decided to have a little fun. And thus, "Stay in or Get Out?" the game show you never knew you needed (but were always pretty sure you wanted) was born.



"Get Out" is everywhere this Friday.