This image released by Universal Pictures shows Betty Gabriel in a scene from, "Get Out." (Universal Pictures via AP)
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Jordan Peele's horror sensation is again the subject of debate after it was reported that Universal Pictures submitted the film for Golden Globe Awards consideration as a comedy, rather than a drama.Seldom are directorial debuts, February releases or horror films nominated for best picture.It's a monster movie where society, as seen through African-American eyes, is terrifying.When "Martian" star Matt Damon, who won best actor in a comedy for his performance in "The Martian" returned last year to present, he called his comedy win "funnier, literally, than anything in 'The Martian'."Nothing on Mars is as scary as what lies here on Earth in Peele's film.
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