Daniel Kaluuya and Allison Williams in Get Out

Nearly a year after its breakout release, Get Out remains a prevalent part of the cultural conversation. What first appeared as a horror film riff on the rom-com setup of a boyfriend meeting his girlfriend’s parents transformed into a sobering satire for modern race relations. The film’s bait-and-switch premise has earned widespread acclaim and plenty of accolades, and has even begun to spark Oscar chatter for Get Out — a rarity for a horror flick. Further, Get Out became a box office hit, making the film an all-around success.

Along the way, it’s also spawned a flurry of fan theories. Some have speculated that the narrative was merely a figment of TSA ...

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