When someone posted a theater reaction to the trailer for M. Night Shyamalan's latest production, it was like sweet music to my ears. A spontaneous combination of groans and laughter met the revelation that he was the guy behind Devil. Have audiences finally caught on to what I have been preaching as far back as The Sixth Sense? Did it start with the ending to The Village, or has it been the collective ego that has allowed this guy to put his name above all his titles, to participate in a two-hour cable special for The Village that suggested Night himself was in touch with supernatural forces, and to suggest he would rather kill himself than believe that he was any less of the genius he always was while promoting The Last Airbender of Exposition?

The YouTube reaction video is gone, but I was blessed to see it first hand at a preview audience who seemed to express interest in the film until seeing whose mind this "new nightmare" sprung from. The same groans. The same laughter. Despite scripting duties credited to David Slade's screenwriter, Brian Nelson (Hard Candy, 30 Days of Night) and the director's chair(s) inhabited by Drew & John Erick Dowdle (Quarantine) theories are already running wild on what the twist might be. Is everyone already dead and the elevator is their own personal hell? Is there even a devil at all. We thought we might save you a little time and do some speculating of our own based solely upon what we know from the trailer itself.