How “Get Out” built tension
The movie get out was one of the most tense horror flicks in the past decade. Most horror movies build tension by putting watchers in unfamiliar situations––think Alien––or by creating over-the-top creepiness. But Get Out didn’t do any of those things. Instead, it put watchers in a familiar situation with just enough unfamiliarity to drive up tension. This Lessons from the Screenplay analyzes how Get Out used just hints of the unfamiliar in an otherwise very familiar setting to build tension.
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