At this point, it's accepted by many that Get Out is a work of genius based around incredible writing from Jordan Peele. He's already been awarded with an Oscar for Best Original Screenplay, but fans aren't ready to stop pointing out potential hidden strokes of brilliance in the film.

This week, a viral thread from Twitter user Kyle A B points out a bunch of possible connections that may have gone over viewers' heads.

It all starts with Stephen Root's Get Out character Jim Hudson and a 1919 essay called The Uncanny from legendary psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud...

Then Kyle starts drawing parallels to another movie Root starred in: the Coen brothers' 2000 film O Brother, Where Art Thou?

Kyle then ties things back to Freud's ideas and introduces the second branch to his theory: Georgina.

At this point, he takes a minute to make a quick aside about scary clowns. Thanks, Kyle.

Okay, here's where he ties everything together and finishes the theory...