See Best Picture Nominee, Get Out, for Free on its One Year Anniversary this Monday

That’s right, your eyes are not deceiving you. On President’s Day this Monday, February 19th, you can see academy award nominee and the modern horror classic, Get Out for free at select AMC theaters, one year after it was originally released.

Writer and director of the film, Jordan Peele announced the special event on his twitter on the 13th.

Get Out is nominated for Best Picture, actor, director, and original screenplay at the upcoming 90th Academy Awards which take place on March 4th.

You can visit to see where Get Out will be playing near you this Monday.

You can read The Horror Syndicate’s review of Get Out here.

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I’m just your average college student who spends too much time watching movies, but I have a good excuse! I want to make my own movies someday, so really it’s like I’m studying, right? Every October, if there was a Halloween movie airing, then it was on our tv, and those didn’t terrify me. I never saw any of the Halloween films in full until later, though. The first full horror movie I watched was Jeepers Creepers when I was around 10, and the first one I watched alone was the Prom Night remake. From then on out, I didn’t stop watching them. Movies about ghosts/demons and aliens are what scare me most. Probably more so the latter. That alien segment in V/H/S 2 ,and Dark Skies are scary as hell man.