JR. counts down his favorite horror films of 2017. What were your favorites?
JR. lists his favorite films of 2017
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Jordan Peele’s film debut is a stunning horror film grounded in the black experience in America. We investigate this new classic, paying special attention to how the film utilizes classic horror tropes to reveal the lived horror of black Americans. Plus: can we convince Stacey hypnosis is real? Quick! Someone grab a silver spoon!