I do not watch thrillers. When I was 5 my mom dropped my sister, who was 6, and me off at the movie theatre. It was 1957. I watched “I Married A Monster From Outer Space.” My night terrors were so severe that my mom had me visiting a psychotherapist for a year. Nevertheless, I still avoid thrillers. But, “Get Out” is more than a thriller. The underlining message reveals the reality of our present day circumstances and this is what is terrifying. Liel Leibovitzis, a senior writer for Tablet Magazine, offers a raw, bloodcurdling taste of reality as he describes “Get Out” and the secrets lurking behind many welcoming smiles. This article is worth reading.