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Jordan Peele brings his brand of horror to HBO in the new sci-fi drama called “ Lovecraft Country .” Imagine the movie “Get Out” set in the 1950s Jim Crow era.

‘Lovecraft Country’ mixes sci-fi horror with real white supremacist horror

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