In a move that has outraged both movie critics and viewers alike, the recently released film I know what you didn't do last autumn, has a surprise ending leaving viewers shocked and ashamed that they didn't guess the culprit.
In a plot twist never before seen in the history of film making, the script writers took a massive risk in making the face-less murderer of the movie the most loved and unexpected character involved, revealed only in the very final scene.
Well known Hollywood movie reviewer Carl Spool said he was forced to award I know what you didn't do last autumn only one star, for it's blatant attempt to confuse viewers and inspire low self esteem.
"This is a very black film," Mr. Spool said last night. "I was totally fooled. I thought I had it all figured out, but this film made a mockery of my intelligence and battered my illusion of self worth."
Mr. Spool, known for having reviewed almost every movie in the history of Hollywood, said he hoped this new form of writing would not catch on with producers or directors. "I'm incredibly outraged that the format of popular film has been lowered to this level. Let's hope it goes away as quickly as it came."
Regular movie buff, forty-five year old Maria Kernel saw I know what you didn't do last autumn on it's release date two days ago.
"I couldn't believe it," she stated. "I felt like I'd wasted my money. When I see a movie, I want to see a movie just like every other. That's what it's all about. This nonsense about messing with the characters is just absurd."
Asked if she would attend another movie with a similar plot, Mrs. Kernel was adamant. "Definitely not!" she said. "It's just far too original."
Reaper Productions is defending the film, having already released a press statement claiming that they had the movie industry's best interest at heart and they in no way intended to make viewers feel foolish.
When Spoof News contacted Reaper Productions to ask why this stunning turnaround in screenwriting had been made, we were told they were unavailable for comment.
I know what you didn't do last autumn will continue to show at theaters for the next three weeks, after which it is anticipated several online discussion forums, a cult following and more than three hundred civil suits will emerge.