Last weekend, the folks over at Universal Pictures, released their newest horror/thriller movie offering: "Get Out" into theaters, and not to my surprise, the top movie critics in the business, gave it some very high grades. I mean, it really sat well with most of them, garnering a whopping, overall 83 score out of a possible 100 across 42 critic reviews at The movie stars: <b> Daniel Kaluuya, Allison Williams, Bradley Whitford, Caleb Landry Jones and Catherine Keener.</b>

Laugh and think

Stephanie Zacharek from, gave it a great 100 score, saying that it provided agile entertainment with social and cultural observations that are so tightly woven that is causes you to laugh and think at the same time.

Amy Nicholson over at MTV News, gave it a great 91 score. She said, that it delivered at plot that caused their suspicions to be so heightened that they started to second-guess their own senses. She also commented on how director Peele did a good job with the sneaky racial remarks that are presented throughout the film.

Explosive brilliance

Joe Morgenstern from the Wall Street Journal, gave it a 90 grade. He explained that the title and idea was great, and that it definitely delivered with explosive brilliance.

Alonso Duralde from TheWrap, gave it a great 90 score, saying that this film delivered more blistering observations about race than some productions that are solely maid with the intensions of getting an Oscar.

Peter Debruge from Variety, gave it a 90 grade as well, telling us that it provided race-savvy satire combined with horror, which proved to be positively fearless.

Very satisfying violence

John Defore from The Hollywood Reporter, gave it a 90 grade. He said, it offered up a lot of paranoia at first. Then it delivered huge with the action and violence, describing it as deeply satisfying.

He also thought that the twists were delightful.

Peter Travers over at Rolling Stone, gave it an 88 grade. saying that it was a jolt-a-minute horror show that was laced with racial tension. It also provide a lot of wit that stung hard.

Lots of shocks and laughs

Ann Hornaday from the Washington Post, gave it an 88 as well, saying that it was a horror film that was filmed with a brutal wit.

It also provided profound psychic and political realities. It delivered lots of shocks and laughs that were extremely entertaining. She also really liked the truth message that it delivered.

Lastly, I actually saw the movie, and I thought it was absolutely fantastic. It delivered a really amazing twist at the end that you could actually see coming, but it didn't matter. It was one of the most interesting storylines that I've seen in a while. It kept me totally intrigued the entire time. I gave the thing a 100 score, easy. Stay tuned.