Jordan Peele’s upcoming directorial debut, Get Out, featured one of the more viscerally upsetting horror movie trailers in recent years, playing on racial tensions, careful editing, and deeply held cultural fears to generate a feeling of deep unease. And while our own A.A. Dowd assured readers that the film is “more fun than it is scary” in his positive Sundance review of Peele’s mash-up of The Stepford Wives and Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner, it still sounds like a pretty thrilling time.
If you’re in Chicago, though, you can find out for yourself: We’ve got 50 free pairs of tickets to an upcoming advance screening of the movie, scheduled for Tuesday, February 21. The screening will be held at 7:00 p.m. at Kerasotes Showplace ICON, and all you have to do to snag yourself a couple of seats is head over here and enter your information. The tickets are first-come, first-serve, so get your clicking fingers a-moving, and make sure to show up early for the show in case it ends up being overbooked.