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I wanted to like this an awful lot more than I did. It's gorgeously shot and has some very beautiful, haunting scenes. Rebecca Hall puts on an incredible performance as Beth, a woman traumatized by the sudden suicide of her husband and the secrets she begins to realize he kept from her.
Unfortunately the writing doesn't live up to how high quality everything else is. The Night House has some interesting notions that it brings up about death and grief…
Tons has been said about Get Out already, and I suspect much more will be. It's easily one of the finest horror films of the last 5 to 10 years.
One element that stood out to me more than anything is how Get Out so painlessly blends humor and horror. This shouldn't be shocking with the brilliant comedian Jordan Peele directing, but in viewing it really drove home to me how close terror and comedy are to each other, and…