On the off chance that there’s one thing you should think about Jordan Peele’s Us — other than that it’ll give you nightmares for weeks — it’s that the horror flick gives its audiences plenty of thoughts to process when the credits begin to roll. Notwithstanding making you quickly drop all excursions to California sooner rather than future, it introduces some fascinating thoughts regarding America, the idea of “other,” and the people we see when we look in the mirror. In short: it’s a lot to take in.
Given the sheer volume of plot Peele crushes into the film, you may think about whether he additionally sneaks in a postcredits scene for one increasingly creepy shock. The appropriate response is . . . probably not! There’s no compelling reason to stick around once the last unnerving scene wraps up in case you’re seeking after a humdinger. Unfortunately, we’ll need to hang tight for a third portion of Peele’s horror oeuvre to get more scares.
Nonetheless, in case you’re an aficionado of Us’ profoundly agitating variant of the prevalent 1995 hip hop song “I Got 5 on It” by Luniz including Michael Marshal, you can process all that you just considered onscreen to be it plays over the credits. Good luck out there, horror fans!