Throw every horror cliché, scenario, and villain into a blender add some dark humour, an abundance of gore, a character who is aware of the clichés and a clever (almost too clever) script that flips everything around and you get one of the best, most fun and most satisfying horror movies ever. That was a long sentence. If you don’t like the film, it’s probably because you found it too on the nose. I love it, however. Richard Jenkins and Bradley Whitford are tremendously amusing.