“Get Out” Is Remade As A Gay Horror Film In “Get Out Of The Closet”

"You are now in the Drunken Place..."

Todrick Hall has made a name for himself for his unique takes on classic films like Beauty and the Beast and The Wizard of Oz. Now the YouTuber and Broadway star has given a gay spin to one of the biggest breakout movies of the year, Get Out.

The movie from Jordan Peele scared up box office goods earlier this year, and now Hall has remade Get Out to be a gay horror classic.


In his version of the film, titled Get Out 2: Get Out of the Closet, the Alison Williams role is played by Colleen Ballinger (aka: Miranda Sings), who brings home her boyfriend to meet her parents, who in the original movie were played by Bradley Whitford and Catherine Keener. In this version her parents are a gay couple and they have thrown a pool party filled with twerking gay boys to welcome the new boyfriend.


The trailer features everything from Hall dressed as a maid and prancing groundskeeper, to hot party boys and a visit to the “Drunken Place” (instead of the “Sunken Place,” like in the original) which is just a club full of gay men and strobe lights.

The video is fun to see what a gay Get Out would look like—and there’s even some Easter eggs for RuPaul’s Drag Race fans, including a cameo from Eureka O’Hara.

We know this is only a trailer for a fake remake, but we wouldn’t be mad if Hall’s Get Out were fleshed out to be feature length. Check out the video below.

Below, watch an exclusive interview with Hall where he discussed his inspirations before hitting the stage in Kinky Boots on Broadway:

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