I mean, the social commentary was not lost on me. But it's a movie and it's supposed to be scary, and it was. So for that, I enjoyed it. I cared about the characters and was sickened by others. Kept my attention thru the whole thing. Way better than watching another teenage mutant land shark serial killer BS movie. I kinda had an idea this was where they were going but I still enjoyed getting there. My one thing is that whenever some a-hole in the movie gives some long self-aggrandizing soliloquy, that's usually enough time to bring on a downfall for that character. But it annoys me because I've seen it a million times and it's a movie trope I personally hate. And there was that here to a degree, but I still think as a movie, all politics aside, that it was well-done and there haven't been a huge handful of good, inventive, creative horror movies coming across my radar lately. So when one does, I enjoy it. And I did like this movie as a horror movie, as a horror movie fan, and the plot is I believe one of the first in this line of plots that I remember seeing. It was a good movie. I'll argue my politics elsewhere as this is not the place for that.