Get Out doesn't have a lot of jump scares, blood, or gore, but that doesn't mean it isn't creepy. One of the more frightening scenes comes when Chris decides to go upstairs to get away from the white weirdos at the party. Though all the guests are happily chatting amongst themselves, the second Chris moves out of earshot, they instantly fall silent. We watch the guests' eyes move in unison as they follow Chris' every step above them. As an audience, we don't know why they're paying such attention to the new boyfriend, but it's certainly creepy.
Fortunately (and unfortunately) for Peele, this scene came to him in a dream. In his nightmare, Peele strolled through a busy bank lobby and when he turned the corner and was out of sight, he heard all the sound stop. People stopped talking and stood stock still. Peele creeped bank into the lobby and found everyone silently staring at him. It's too bad he had to deal with that nightmare, but great that it inspired such a memorable scene.