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13th May '18 11:22:35 AM WildeOscar
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* ''Film/TouristTrap'''s final girl is purer than the white snow.

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* ''Film/TouristTrap'''s final girl is purer than the white snow. In the Rifftrax version, the guys even jokingly call her Amish.
2nd Apr '18 10:57:42 PM wolftickets1969
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* {{Invoked|Trope}} and {{subverted|Trope}} in ''Film/TheCabinInTheWoods''. When the monsters ritually slaughter the college kids, Dana, the victim labelled as "The Virgin", can't be killed unless all the others are killed first, and, as long as she's suffered a lot and is the last one left standing, she can be allowed to escape the monsters without ruining the ritual. However, it turns out that Marty, one of the earlier male victims, [[UnexplainedRecovery wasn't as dead as everyone thought]], and comes back to save Dana and kick some monster ass... and end the world in the process by sabotaging the ritual.

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* {{Invoked|Trope}} and {{subverted|Trope}} in ''Film/TheCabinInTheWoods''. When the monsters ritually slaughter the college kids, Dana, the victim labelled as "The Virgin", can't be killed unless all the others are killed first, and, as long as she's suffered a lot and is the last one left standing, she can be allowed to escape the monsters without ruining the ritual. However, it turns out that Marty, one of the earlier male victims, [[UnexplainedRecovery wasn't as dead as everyone thought]], and comes back to save Dana and kick some monster ass... and [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt end the world world]] [[NiceJobBreakingItHero in the process by sabotaging the ritual.]]
2nd Apr '18 10:35:41 PM wolftickets1969
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** Most brutally subverted in the [[Film/WrongTurn4BloodyBeginnings fourth film]], where the last two girls escape on a snowmobile [[DiabolusExMachina only to have]] [[OffWithHisHead their heads lopped off]] by [[RazorFloss razor wire]].
5th Mar '18 4:59:24 AM JamesAustin
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* ''Film/GetOut'''s Rose Armitage appears to have all the traits of the Final Girl at first, but it is later revealed that Rose is actually part of her family's plot to kidnap African Americans and insert the brains of family members or well-paying customers into their bodies. In fact, she plays a key role as the HoneyTrap who dates and lures the victims to her parents' isolated house under the guise of introducing them to her family.

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* ''Film/GetOut'''s ''Film/GetOut2017'''s Rose Armitage appears to have all the traits of the Final Girl at first, but it is later revealed that Rose is actually part of her family's plot to kidnap African Americans and insert the brains of family members or well-paying customers into their bodies. In fact, she plays a key role as the HoneyTrap who dates and lures the victims to her parents' isolated house under the guise of introducing them to her family.
26th Feb '18 12:51:52 PM felixhudson
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* ''Film/TheHouseOnSororityRow'' with Katherine. She was the most moral and level-headed of a group of sorority girls who found themselves being killed off one-by-one after a prank results in the death of their house mother.

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* ''Film/TheHouseOnSororityRow'' with Katherine. She was the most moral and level-headed of a group of sorority girls who found find themselves being killed off one-by-one one by one after a prank results in the death of their house mother.
26th Feb '18 12:41:49 PM felixhudson
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** The third film pulls a switcheroo. [[spoiler:Siri seemed more innocent and reserved when compared to Hedda, who ripped off her top and went skinny dipping. None of this stopped Hedda from being the true Final Girl, though she herself didn't make it out alive.]]

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** The third film pulls a switcheroo. [[spoiler:Siri seemed seems more innocent and reserved when compared to Hedda, who ripped rips off her top and went goes skinny dipping. dipping with boys. None of this stopped stops Hedda from being the true Final Girl, though she herself didn't doesn't make it out alive.]]
26th Feb '18 12:37:24 PM felixhudson
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* ''Film/ChildrenOfTheCornVFieldsOfTerror'' plays this pretty straight with Alison. She's the plainest of the group that gets stranded in the middle of nowhere and has a run in with a deadly cult, with whom she has a tie with considering that her brother is a member. Alison's the last one left standing to take down the cult at the end, as well.

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* ''Film/ChildrenOfTheCornVFieldsOfTerror'' plays this pretty straight with Alison.Allison. She's the plainest of the group that gets stranded in the middle of nowhere and has a run in with a deadly cult, with whom she has a tie with considering that her brother is a member. Alison's Allison's the last one left standing to take down the cult at the end, as well.



** The third film pulls a switcheroo. [[spoiler:Siri seemed more innocent and reserved when compared to Hedda, who ripped off her top and went skinny dipping. None of this stopped Hedda from being the true Final Girl, though she herself didn't make it out alive.]]



* Gradually subverted in ''Film/JustBeforeDawn''. Connie starts out as an ordinary Final Girl candidate with conservative looks and lack of sex appeal. As the movie progresses, her clothing gradually gets sexier and she's wearing more makeup. Rather than relying on masculine qualities to survive as most final girls had before her, Connie finds strength in herself by getting in touch with her feminine side. Not to mention that the trope is downplayed in boyfriend Warren's survival, as well.

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** It's played pretty straight in ''Film/PromNightIVDeliverUsFromEvil'', until the virginal Final Girl takes down the killer and escapes. The ending suggests a subversion in that Meagan may now be possessed by the evil of the dying killer.
* Gradually subverted in ''Film/JustBeforeDawn''. Connie starts out as an ordinary Final Girl candidate with conservative looks and lack of sex appeal. As the movie progresses, her clothing gradually gets sexier and she's wearing more makeup. Rather than relying on masculine qualities to survive as most final girls had before her, Connie finds strength in herself by getting in touch with her feminine side. Not side to mention that take down the killer at the end. The trope is downplayed in boyfriend Warren's survival, as well.



* Averted in ''Boggy Creek''. A group of friends get terrorized by a [[Main/BigfootSasquatchAndYeti Bigfoot]]-like creature while vacationing a remote cabin and its surrounding woods. The main character of the film does indeed become ''kind of'' a final girl when the rest of her group is either dead or captured, but she herself gets abducted by the creature right before the end credits roll. While this may be seen as a simple subversion, the film truly averts the trope given that the creature [[Main/MenAreTheExpendableGender selectively kills the men]] in the group, while keeping the women victims alive for breeding.

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* Averted in ''Boggy Creek''. Creek'': A group of friends get terrorized by a [[Main/BigfootSasquatchAndYeti Bigfoot]]-like Bigfoot]] creature while vacationing a remote cabin and its surrounding woods. The main character of the film does indeed become ''kind of'' a final girl when When the rest of her group is either dead or captured, but Jennifer almost manages to escape until she herself gets abducted by the creature is captured right before the end credits roll. While this may be seen as a simple subversion, the film might truly averts avert the trope given that the trope. The creature seems to [[Main/MenAreTheExpendableGender selectively kills the men]] in the group, while keeping it is hinted that the women victims are kept alive for breeding.breeding. The killing of AlphaBitch Brooke leaves the line between subversion and aversion a bit murky, though.
26th Feb '18 7:25:41 AM felixhudson
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* It was both subverted and played straight in ''Film/BehindTheMaskTheRiseOfLeslieVernon'', a 2006 homage to 80s slasher films. After explaining the concept, Leslie show the documentary crew the "survivor girl" he's chosen, Kelly, but later Taylor realizes it was meant to be her all along.

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* It was both subverted Deconstructed and played straight reconstructed in ''Film/AmericanGothic''. The meek and emotionally fragile Cynthia does indeed become the last girl left standing, but in her survival she ends up losing her sanity and does a FaceHeelTurn when she joins the murderous family as a full-fledged member. This doesn't stop her from going [[HeroicBSOD batshit crazy]] on the family and becoming a killer herself, reconstructing the trope as she in her madness takes out the family of killers one by one.
* This trope, and the extreme lampshade hanging thereof, is a central plot element in the slasher {{deconstruction}}
''Film/BehindTheMaskTheRiseOfLeslieVernon'', a 2006 homage to 80s slasher films. After explaining where the concept, Leslie show the documentary crew the character is referred to as a "survivor girl" he's chosen, Kelly, but later Taylor realizes girl." Vernon spends most of the movie setting one character up as the final girl, both to the viewer and the crew filming his exploits. However, it was meant to be turns out that Vernon's final girl is a decoy, and sexually active at that. It is the female reporter in the film crew who is his real final girl all along, and she fulfills her all along.role exactly according to the trope.



* ''Film/FinalExam'' with Courtney, who is basically a Laurie Strode {{expy}}.

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* ''Film/FinalExam'' with Courtney, who is basically a Laurie Strode {{expy}}.clone.



* The premise of ''Girl House'' would subvert the wholesome Final Girl given that it's about a massacre of girls who perform sexually to an Internet crowd, but it manages to play it pretty straight with having a brunette final girl who would be the ideal if not for financial woes. Though she bares her chest to the viewers of the Girl House feeds, we as the viewers ''of the movie'' never actually see her breasts (though we see her butt earlier in the film). Ultimately, she seems pretty innocent when she's not desperate to make ends meet.

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* The premise of ''Girl House'' would subvert the wholesome Final Girl given that it's about a massacre of girls who perform sexually to an Internet crowd, but it Despite its titillating premise, ''Film/{{Girlhouse}}'' manages to play it this pretty straight with having Kylie, a brunette final girl who would be the ideal innocent and virtuous if not it weren't for financial woes. Though she bares her chest to the viewers of the Girl House feeds, we as the viewers ''of the movie'' never actually see her breasts (though we see her butt earlier in the film). Ultimately, she seems pretty innocent when she's not desperate to make ends meet.troubles.



* Subverted and then double subverted (ultimately played straight) in ''Film/HappyBirthdayToMe'' with Virginia. "Virginia" confesses to committing the murders, but then it turns up that the killer was an assailant disguised as Ginny, who then has to survive a birthday dinner from hell. A deconstruction is hinted at the end with a surviving Ginny, who is messed up and suspected by a detective of committing the crimes.
* ''Film/HellNight'' with Marti, the most innocent of the four pledges and the only one to survive the night.

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* Subverted and then double subverted (ultimately played straight) in ''Film/HappyBirthdayToMe'' with Virginia. "Virginia" Ginny. At first, "Ginny" confesses to committing the murders, but then murders. Then, it turns up that the killer was an assailant disguised as Ginny, who then has to survive a birthday dinner from hell. A deconstruction is hinted at the end with a surviving Ginny, who is messed up and suspected by a detective of committing the crimes.
* ''Film/HellNight'' with Marti, the most innocent of the four pledges and the only one to survive the night.both killers.



* ''Film/TheHouseOnSororityRow'' with Katherine. Conservative and brunette, she was basically the most moral and level-headed of the group of sorority girls who found themselves being killed off one-by-one after a prank gone wrong.

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* ''Film/TheHouseOnSororityRow'' with Katherine. Conservative and brunette, she She was basically the most moral and level-headed of the a group of sorority girls who found themselves being killed off one-by-one after a prank gone wrong.results in the death of their house mother.



* ''Film/{{Intruder}}'' with Jennifer, though she's definitely a bit more conventionally attractive than most traditional final girls and some of her qualifying traits (lack of doing drugs and having sex) may be justified by the fact that the slashing takes place at a grocery store on a night she was working and she was going through a break-up.
* ''Film/{{Laid to Rest}}'' and its sequel are both examples, though the concept is subverted slightly in the first when the Final Girl is revealed to be a prostitute.

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* ''Film/{{Intruder}}'' with Jennifer, though she's definitely a bit more conventionally attractive than most traditional final girls and some of her qualifying traits (lack of doing drugs and having sex) may be justified by the fact that the slashing takes place at a grocery store on a night she was working and she was going through a break-up.
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* ''Film/{{Laid to Rest}}'' and its sequel are both examples, sequel, though the concept is subverted slightly in the first when the Final Girl is revealed to be a prostitute.



* ''Film/NewYearsEvil'' with Diane.



* ''Film/TheProwler'' with Pam, who has all the qualities but inverts the SlashersPreferBlondes convention.

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* ''Film/TheProwler'' with Pam, who has all the qualities but and also inverts the SlashersPreferBlondes convention.



* ''Film/SpiritCamp'' demonstrates a [[Main/ZigZaggingTrope zig-zagging]] use of the trope. While playing it straight, this film has a Final Girl with vices that would normally signal sure death for a character in a slasher film. For instance, she's a juvenile delinquent who smokes. And oh, was it mentioned that she is the only character other than the opening victim who is seen topless?

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* ''Film/SpiritCamp'' demonstrates a an unusual [[Main/ZigZaggingTrope zig-zagging]] use of the trope. While playing it straight, this film has a Final Girl with vices that would normally signal sure death for a character in a slasher film. For instance, she's a juvenile delinquent who smokes. And oh, was it mentioned that smokes and she is the only character other than the opening victim who is seen topless?topless.



* ''Film/TerrorTrain'' with Alana, as made clear by the fact that Jamie Lee Curtis was playing her. However, she's not completely pure or innocent either, seeing as she had a part in a prank that sent the killer over the edge.
* ''Franchise/TheTexasChainsawMassacre'' tends to have a female protagonist who is forced to endure a hellish ordeal before escaping the psychotic family through any means necessary. This is especially true with the first two films with [[Film/TheTexasChainSawMassacre1974 Sally]], who manages to escape with a bit of luck after a grueling chase, and [[Film/TheTexasChainsawMassacre2 Stretch]], who has to use a chainsaw to fight off one of her captors. It's upheld in later installments, as well -- [[Film/LeatherfaceTheTexasChainsawMassacreIII Michelle]], [[Film/TexasChainsawMassacreTheNextGeneration Jenny]], [[Film/TheTexasChainsawMassacre2003 Erin]], and [[Film/TexasChainsaw3D Heather]].

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* ''Film/TerrorTrain'' with Alana, as made clear by the fact that Jamie Lee Curtis was playing her. However, she's not completely pure or innocent either, seeing as given that she had a part in a prank that sent the killer over the edge.
* ''Franchise/TheTexasChainsawMassacre'' tends films tend to have a female protagonist final girl who is forced to endure a hellish ordeal before escaping the psychotic family through any means necessary. This is especially true with the first two films with [[Film/TheTexasChainSawMassacre1974 Sally]], who manages to escape with a bit of luck after a grueling chase, and [[Film/TheTexasChainsawMassacre2 Stretch]], who has to use a chainsaw to fight off one of her captors. It's upheld in later installments, as well -- [[Film/LeatherfaceTheTexasChainsawMassacreIII Michelle]], [[Film/TexasChainsawMassacreTheNextGeneration Jenny]], [[Film/TheTexasChainsawMassacre2003 Erin]], and [[Film/TexasChainsaw3D Heather]].Heather]].
** The series has also been known to subvert this, especially if the film is a prequel: [[Film/TheTexasChainsawMassacreTheBeginning Chrissie]] and [[Film/{{Leatherface}} Lizzy]] weren't so successful in escaping.



* ''Film/{{Urban Legend}}'' and ''Film/UrbanLegendsFinalCut'' both have a female protagonist who qualify, but there are also other survivors in both films.
* ''Film/{{Valentine}}'' with Kate. The film justifies Kate living because she was the only one who was not outright cruel to the killer when they were younger.
* ''Film/Venom2005'' with Eden, who has all the qualities and unlike later slashers that normally subvert this particular trope, Eden's love interest is not spared from being a body count number.

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* ''Film/{{Urban Legend}}'' and ''Film/UrbanLegendsFinalCut'' both have a female protagonist who qualify, Natalie and Amy (respectively), but there are also other survivors in both films.
* ''Film/{{Valentine}}'' with Kate. The film justifies Kate living Kate, who was left for last because she was the only one who was not outright cruel to the killer when they were younger.
* ''Film/Venom2005'' with Eden, who has all the qualities and unlike later slashers is the only one to escape the killer.
* ''Film/YoureNext'': Erin could be considered a DeconstructiveParody of one. While at first she appears to be a normal variety, it quickly turns out
that normally subvert this particular trope, Eden's love interest she is not spared only an ActionSurvivor, but also came from being a body count number.CrazySurvivalist background. It reaches the point where the remaining masked killers are scared of ''her''. It's also heavily implied that she gets arrested after the events of the movie for the people she killed.



* ''Film/TheCave'' contrasts the slightly demure scientist Catherine with the sexy blonde climber Charlie. Catherine is indeed the only one of the two females to survive.



** The second is more of a subversion, seeing as the film follows two different storylines and the expected final girl of both (Aubrey and Allison) is dead by the end of the movie. Jake is a Final Boy in this film.
* The ''Franchise/{{Hellraiser}}'' films tend to feature a young woman at odds with the Cenobites as all Hell breaks loose. [[Film/{{Hellraiser}} Kirsty]], [[Film/HellraiserIIIHellOnEarth Joey]], [[Film/HellraiserBloodline Bobbi]], [[Film/HellraiserBloodline Rimmer]], [[Film/HellraiserHellworld Chelsea]], and [[Film/HellraiserRevelations Emma]]. Subverted in ''[[Film/HellraiserHellseeker Hellseeker]]'' in that original heroine Kirsty makes a deal with the Cenobites to kill five people (one being her husband, who conspired to have her killed for her family fortune) to save herself.
* ''Film/HouseOf9'' features a group of people being held captive in a house for a hefty prize to the eventual sole survivor. The winner of this prize is, of course, the {{ingenue}}. She's so innocent that she was one of the very few who did not succumb to the temptation to kill for the prize money. Even in her final confrontation with a homicidal maniac, she attacks in self-defense and only kills him by accident.
* The Fangoria Frightfest film ''Hunger'' employs this with its main protagonist, who acts as the moral compass of a group of strangers who have been trapped together and forced to turn into cannibalistic savages in order to live. As if surviving that wasn't enough, the heroine then has to outsmart the man who set up the experiment to begin with in order to escape.

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** The second is more of a subversion, seeing as the film follows two different storylines and the expected final girl of both (Aubrey and Allison) is dead by the end of the movie. Jake is a Final Boy sole survivor in this film.
* The ''Franchise/{{Hellraiser}}'' films tend to feature a young woman at odds with the Cenobites as all Hell breaks loose. [[Film/{{Hellraiser}} Kirsty]], [[Film/HellraiserIIIHellOnEarth Joey]], [[Film/HellraiserBloodline Bobbi]], [[Film/HellraiserBloodline Rimmer]], [[Film/HellraiserHellworld Chelsea]], and [[Film/HellraiserRevelations Emma]]. Subverted Deconstructed in ''[[Film/HellraiserHellseeker Hellseeker]]'' in that original heroine Kirsty becomes [[DarkerAndEdgier Darker and Edgier]] in how she makes a deal with the Cenobites to kill five people (one being her husband, who conspired to have her killed for her family fortune) to save herself.
* ''Film/HouseOf9'' features a group of people being held captive in a house for a hefty prize to the eventual sole survivor. The winner of this prize is, of course, is Lea, the {{ingenue}}. She's so innocent that she was one of the very few who did not succumb to the temptation to kill for the prize money. Even in her final confrontation with a homicidal maniac, she attacks in self-defense and only kills him by accident.
* The Fangoria Frightfest film ''Hunger'' employs this with its main protagonist, Jordan, who acts as the moral compass of a group of strangers who have been trapped together and forced to turn into cannibalistic savages in order to live. As if surviving that wasn't enough, the heroine she then has to outsmart the man who set up the experiment to begin with in order to escape.



* Subverted in the original ''Film/PromNight1980''. With Jamie Lee Curtis playing her, the protagonist practically had "Final Girl" written all over her. However, when the killer is revealed, we find out that she was not a target all along.
** And outright {{averted}} with the killer's actual victims: 3 girls and 1 guy. All three girls die, the guy survives.
* Gradually subverted in ''Film/JustBeforeDawn''. Connie starts out as an ordinary Final Girl candidate with conservative looks and lack of sex appeal. As the movie progresses though, her clothing gradually gets sexier until the trope is fully subverted when her boyfriend survives the final confrontation as well.

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* Subverted in the original ''Film/PromNight1980''. With Jamie Lee Curtis playing her, the protagonist practically had "Final Girl" written all over her. However, when the killer is revealed, we find out that she was not a target all along.
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along. It is also outright {{averted}} with the killer's actual victims: 3 girls and 1 guy. All three girls die, the guy survives.
* Gradually subverted in ''Film/JustBeforeDawn''. Connie starts out as an ordinary Final Girl candidate with conservative looks and lack of sex appeal. As the movie progresses though, progresses, her clothing gradually gets sexier until and she's wearing more makeup. Rather than relying on masculine qualities to survive as most final girls had before her, Connie finds strength in herself by getting in touch with her feminine side. Not to mention that the trope is fully subverted when her downplayed in boyfriend survives the final confrontation Warren's survival, as well.



* The "survivor" of ''Film/CryWolf'' (also provides the film's "twist" ending).



** Played significantly straighter in the 2012 sequel with Elena.
*** Arkin is still the lead of the 2012 sequel, she's more of a SupportingProtagonist.

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** Played significantly straighter in the 2012 sequel with Elena.
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Elena, who is more of a SupportingProtagonist while Arkin is still the lead of the 2012 sequel, she's more of a SupportingProtagonist.lead.



** Played completely straight in the two sequels, where Candyman's descendants are the final girls.

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** Played completely straight in the two sequels, where Candyman's sequels with Annie and Caroline, both of whom are descendants are of the final girls.titular villain.



* The slasher-satire ''Hack!'' puts the trope through the grinder. The girl so obviously the final girl ends up being an evil bitch involved in the killing, whereas the hunky leading male is revealed to be a virgin and ends up being a final boy.

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* The slasher-satire ''Hack!'' puts the trope through the grinder. The girl so obviously the final girl ends up being an evil bitch involved in the killing, killings, whereas the hunky leading male is revealed to be a virgin and ends up being a final boy.



* Tony in ''Film/{{Devil}}''.



* This trope, and the extreme lampshade hanging thereof, is a central plot element in the slasher {{deconstruction}} ''Film/BehindTheMaskTheRiseOfLeslieVernon'', where the character is referred to as a "survivor girl." Vernon spends most of the movie setting one character up as the final girl, both to the viewer and the crew filming his exploits. However, it turns out that Vernon's final girl is a decoy, and sexually active at that. It is the female reporter in the film crew who is his real final girl all along, and she fulfills her role exactly according to the trope.



* Subverted, along with every other aspect of the genre, by ''Film/FunnyGames''. The Final Middle-Aged Woman is tied up on a boat, when she spots a knife dropped there at the beginning of the film. But before she can accomplish anything, the killers nonchalantly pitch her over the side. THE END (but not before we're made sure that the cycle of killings will be repeated again and again)



** The 2014 sequel finally plays things straight, with Angela being one of the two only survivors when the virus outbreaks on a ship.



* ''Film/ANightmareOnElmStreet3DreamWarriors'' has both Joey and Kincaid survive alongside Kristen.
* ''Film/YoureNext'': Erin could be considered a DeconstructiveParody of one. While at first she appears to be a normal variety, it quickly turns out that she is not only an ActionSurvivor, but also came from a CrazySurvivalist background. It reaches the point where the remaining masked killers are scared of ''her''. It's also heavily implied that she gets arrested after the events of the movie for the people she killed.



* Subverted in ''Film/AmericanGothic''. The meek and emotionally fragile Cynthia does indeed become the last girl left standing, but she ends up losing her sanity and does a FaceHeelTurn when she joins the murderous family as a member. This doesn't stop her from going [[HeroicBSOD batshit crazy]] on the family and becoming a killer herself, though.


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* ''Film/TheCave'' contrasts the slightly demure scientist Katheryn with the sexy blonde climber Charlie. Katheryn is indeed the only one of the two females to survive, but this is subverted at the end when she is revealed to be infected and out in the world to infect others.
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* {{Subverted|Trope}} really hard in ''Film/{{Unfriended}}''. [[spoiler:Blaire turns out to be even shittier than Laura, even though Laura is a murdering evil spirit. Blaire was the one who filmed and uploaded the humiliating video that caused her best friend Laura's suicide, and she sold out all of her other friends and her boyfriend over the course of the film to try and avoid the blame. When she's alone with Laura, she snivels and tries to appeal to her past friendship with Laura to try and save herself. It doesn't take.]]
23rd Feb '18 8:45:08 AM erforce
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* ''Film/{{Venom}}'' with Eden, who has all the qualities and unlike later slashers that normally subvert this particular trope, Eden's love interest is not spared from being a body count number.

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* ''Film/{{Venom}}'' ''Film/Venom2005'' with Eden, who has all the qualities and unlike later slashers that normally subvert this particular trope, Eden's love interest is not spared from being a body count number.
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