Collection of three thrillers from director Jordan Peele.
In 'Get Out' (2017), with their relationship becoming serious, Rose (Allison Williams) invites her African-American boyfriend Chris (Daniel Kaluuya) to meet her parents Missy and Dean (Catherine Keener and Bradley Whitford) as part of a weekend getaway at her family home. Initially, Chris thinks that the family's overly friendly behaviour is due to their nervousness about their daughter's interracial relationship, but when he then finds out that a number of black people have recently gone missing in the neighbourhood, he begins to realise there is something much more sinister going on.
In 'Us' (2019), while visiting friends the Wilsons decide to stay at a remote beach house, but while settling in to their surroundings, they discover what appears to be another family standing mysteriously in their driveway. Things turn strange when the family makes a run towards the house, causing the Wilsons to shut themselves inside and defend themselves from the attackers. When they get a closer look at the crazed killers they realise they look identical to their own family, however act completely different. When the Wilsons realise the family will stop at nothing to kill them, they must find a way to identify who they are and bring them down before it's too late.
Finally, in 'Nope' (2022), after the residents of an isolated California town witness a strange and frightening event resulting in the death of one of their elders, siblings OJ and Emerald Haywood (Kaluuya and Keke Palmer) attempt to catch a repeat of the event on film. Without knowing what they are dealing with however, are they prepared to chase the unknown?