Chillingly surreal and visibly tinged with the experiences of its director, Get Out (2017) displays the modern day America in a mind-bending Horror format. Whether it to be considered an exaggerated form of the location or a gruelling commentary through the eyes of an African American perspective, to call the world “fantasy” is an insult. Get Out is one of these movies that is able to articulate its social commentary effectively without compromising the entertainment factor for a general audience. As a white eighteen year old from England, there’s only so much relatability I can confidently describe. I’d be lying if I said this film’s setting felt completely disconnected from the world we live in, but I understand that it’s not my place to delve into such a controversial topic without the experience needed to fully comprehend it. That being said, this movie was intriguing nonetheless and lead me to spend many hours analysing all of the MICRO elements hidden away. I’m excited to discuss what I found.
Since the site’s “relaunch” back in the start of July, Truly Trash Media has been doing incredibly well and it’s all thanks to each of you! This isn’t just a celebration video though. I’m someone who loathes the idea of becoming content, and although the site itself has been performing spectacularly, I want to broaden the horizon. To voice all of my thoughts and opinions I’ve put together a short commentary video (I’ve also summarised my points in text below for those of you who prefer reading to listening). If you want a say in what kind of articles I produce, this is the place to speak up.