Not making it out alive -- at least not without a humungous twist in the next two hours -- is Shelby. Distraught from taking the life of her loved one, she slices her own neck in front of Dominic (Reenactment Matt). Why won't Sidney come to his aid when he's left alone in a house full of dead bodies and demons? Oh right, because Sidney, his assistant, and the handheld-camera man are dead, too. Will the blood moon have no mercy?! No. As far as we know, Dominic was finished off by the Piggy Man in this episode. Cuba Gooding Jr. already got off this year in The People vs. O.J., so naturally, he had to bite the dust before the end.
That leaves Lee; Audrey, who has a high chance of averting death, thanks to her breathing-on-camera, snot-soaked British accent, which makes Roanoke 100 times funnier; and Monet, who wiggles out of the tooth-removal chair and runs into the darkness of the woods. Based on the police involvement in the preview for "Chapter 9," it's a safe bet that Monet at least makes it to the authorities. Which also means she could be a late-in-the-game victim of Murphy's sadistic behavior. That leaves Audrey or Lee, and it's a total toss-up: we can't forget Flora is still out there in the world, but we also can't forget Audrey's near-cockney twang. Lee made a point this episode to film everything on her own product-placement cell phone. She wants to tell her story one day. If there's a point to any of this madness, it might be to beam a little truth out of this "reality" television nightmare. She also wants to go back to the Polks' place to destroy her confession. My bet's on her -- hilarious accent be damned.