Graveyard Shift Movies & TV Shows to Watch If You Loved Get Out  

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Get Out fans know it's one of the most interesting, disturbing, and popular films of 2017. If you’re looking for some movies and TV shows like Get Out, there are a wide range of films and shows with a vibe similar to Jordan Peele's directorial debut. While Get Out is so unique there's nothing exactly like it, many television shows and movies strive for that same bold mix of social commentary and suburban horror. 

Many of these Get Out recommendations are scary films, but they’re also complicated movies that address social and racial issues. Some similar movies to Get Out, like The Purge, deal heavily with issues of racism. Others - like The Stepford Wives, Rosemary’s Baby, and The Wicker Man - have a similar vibe to Get Out with everyone in a small town or community harboring a dark secret.

If you’re wondering what to watch after Get Out, consider some of these films and TV shows. In terms of television, if you’re a fan of Get Out director Jordan Peele, you might enjoy some of his TV shows, like MADtv or Key & Peele.

Many of these similar shows to Get Out are excellent, but some fall far short of Get Out’s brilliance. Vote for your top choices, and feel free to add any that are missing.

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Black Mirror is a British television anthology series created by Charlie Brooker that features speculative fiction with dark and sometimes satirical themes that examine modern society, particularly with regard to the unanticipated consequences of new technologies. The series is produced by Zeppotron for Endemol. Regarding the programme's content and structure, Brooker noted, "each episode has a different cast, a different setting, even a different reality. But they're all about the way we live now – and the way we might be living in 10 minutes' time if we're clumsy." The series has received critical acclaim, and has seen an increase in interest internationally after being added to Netflix. ...more on Wikipedia

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The Skeleton Key is a 2005 American supernatural horror film starring Kate Hudson, Gena Rowlands, John Hurt, Peter Sarsgaard, and Joy Bryant. The film centers on a young hospice nurse who acquires a job at a Terrebonne Parish plantation home, and becomes entangled in a supernatural mystery involving the house, its former inhabitants, and the hoodoo rituals and spells that took place there. It was released in cinemas in the United Kingdom on July 29, 2005, and in the U.S. on August 12, 2005. ...more on Wikipedia

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The Gift is a 2015 American-Australian psychological horror-thriller film written, co-produced, and directed by Joel Edgerton in his directorial debut. The film stars Jason Bateman and Rebecca Hall as a couple intimidated by a past figure played by Edgerton. ...more on Wikipedia

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The Tenant is a 1976 psychological horror film directed by Roman Polanski, starring Polanski, Isabelle Adjani, Melvyn Douglas, and Shelley Winters. It is based upon the 1964 novel Le locataire chimérique by Roland Topor. The film is also known under the French title Le Locataire. It is the last film in Polanski's "Apartment Trilogy", following Repulsion and Rosemary's Baby. It was entered into the 1976 Cannes Film Festival. The film had a total of 534,637 admissions in France. ...more on Wikipedia

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