Scream 5 ends with a zinger for toxic fandom.
Apart from the fact that most of its characters actually understand the significance
of saying “I'll be right back” when a knife-wielding masked killer is
on the loose, Scream and its sequels are structured as whodunits.
In Scream movies, the Ghostface killers never develop supernatural
resistance to death, unlike Jason Voorhees' hockey mask, Freddy Krueger's
burnt face, or Michael Myers' half-melted William Shatner mask.
Every time, a different (and mortal) person lies beneath, as characters in the new Scream point out.
So Scream films are spoiler-sensitive slashers.
It's important to note that the movie's message is more important than who the killer is.