AMC offers free screenings of Get Out on President's Day

However, if you haven't gotten a chance to see what everyone has been talking about, then you might want to take advantage of the free screenings that AMC will be having this coming Presidents' Day. You can head to the official #GetOutOneYearLater promotional website to find the participating theater closest to you. The screening takes place this Monday, February 19th at 7:00 pm. There are plenty of gasp-worthy moments, and it's one of those films that reminds you of the power of sitting in a dark room with a group of strangers, experiencing something truly special all together.

Tickets to the flick will be free and available at theaters across the city on a first-come, first-served basis, Peele announced on Twitter Wednesday. Adding, "The success of his stunning vision would not have been possible without the audience's passion for both Get Out's groundbreaking storytelling and its deft use of art as society's mirror". Each guest must present a valid ID to receive a ticket, with a limit of one free ticket for each ID presented, while supplies last.

Jordan Peele's Oscar-nominated movie will return to select AMC theaters on President's Day - for no charge. That's a rare feat for a film that hit theaters so early in the qualifying year, especially a horror movie, and that calls for a celebration.

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If you were hoping to watch (or rewatch) the Oscar-nominated film Get Out before the Academy Awards roll around in March, you're in luck.

Made for less than $5 million, "Get Out" earned more than $250 million in the box office worldwide.

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