Get Out

Movie • 2017 • Horror  Report
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DoesTheDogDie
A deer is killed by a car in the beginning of the movie.
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Does a cat die?
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Does an animal die?
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user18247
A deer is hit by a car; you hear it bleat off-screen and its dead body is zoomed in on for a moment. You can see some blood on the deer's injury (which is not focused on and easy to miss) but it's not glorified at all. The entire scene is about 2 minutes long and is the only time an animal dies in the movie.
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simon
An IV is in someone's arm for a medical procedure
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AceofSpades
There is no diagnosed anxiety attack but the protagonist does show extreme amounts of panic towards the end of the film
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Are there bugs?
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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Emma
There are police lights that flash red and blue.
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csbyron1
One death of passenger in the car
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csbyron1
YES, a head gets squashed offscreen by the protagonist. Sound effects imply this. Also a brain surgery scene but rather well censored.
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Does a kid die?
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Kile Onasi
The antagonists include parents and grandparents that die.
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leahsamuel93
Georgina", who's implied to have been in a relationship with Rose through a picture of the two together, dies towards the end of the film.
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AceofSpades
A character goes berserk and other characters say it was a seizure but it was not.
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AllisonIsTired
No one has an eating disorder but in one scene someone bites a froot-loop in half, and as someone with an eating disorder I know that small bites can be triggering.
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mintorchip
SPOILER ALERT: They aren’t necessarily “self-harming”, but they are choosing for their consciousness to be put in someone else’s body. They do sign up for a gruesome procedure, but they don’t cut themselves (someone else does that for them).
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user18247
The main character smokes early in the movie and cigarrettes are mentioned a couple times.
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walkersarenear02
No vomit
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andallthatjasper
Technically the first 'death' off screen is a black person, but it isn't a full death and is only implied. The first on screen death is a white person.
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csbyron1
We hear about a hit-and-run that happened. Later we see Chris hit someone with his car, but not fatally.
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Silod
Note: not traditional (ghost/demon) possession.
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csbyron1
Visual effects are claustrophobic
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user18247
It does not take place in an actual hospital, but there is a fairly gory scene where a surgeon performs a lobotomy on another character.
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andreag112394
Technically, you could argue that Chris's smoking at the beginning of the film would fall under this category. No other plot points otherwise, though.
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simon
There is a lot of racism, but I'm not sure if anyone directly uses hate speech?
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