Looking for showtimes to see this again and the first sentence of this review is there (I was looking at the blurbs of reviews which have 0/5 stars listed, not for the review, probably the lack of starring, IDK: Google) and I was like "biiiiiiiiiiitch that IS A SPOILER. IT'S THE. SPOILER." Whatever I've seen it. And I agree with cptfabulous, it's a metaphor for the whole horror genre being reduced to repetitive formula and strict sameiness, because if something isn't done right, the general audiences get mad.