If you've seen the trailer, you have some idea of what lies in store in Jordan Peele's follow-up to his brilliant runaway hit Get Out.
While on holiday, an African American family come face-to-face with demonic doppelgangers who are hell-bent on killing them.
Once again, Peele has more in mind than mere entertainment. Us will undoubtedly prove to be one of the year’s must-see films. But after the shocks have stopped and the lights come up, it’s the film's exploration of race, class and social status that will continue to haunt you.
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