History YMMV / TrickRTreat

3rd Apr '18 5:16:17 PM Byzantine
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* UnintentionallySympathetic: Emma, because her [[spoiler:very gruesome death]] feels a lot like DisproportionateRetribution. Also, possibly Schrader, Chip, and Sara depnding on which side of the AlternateCharacterInterpretation mentioned above you are.

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* UnintentionallySympathetic: Emma, because her [[spoiler:very gruesome death]] feels a lot like DisproportionateRetribution. Also, possibly Schrader, Chip, and Sara depnding depending on which side of the AlternateCharacterInterpretation mentioned above you are.
3rd Apr '18 5:12:40 PM Byzantine
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** While Macy was clearly hostile to Rhonda, the same can't be said for Schrader, Chip, or Sara. Furthermore, we only see those three when they're friendly to Rhonda (early on before the prank is pulled, and after they've seen the results). This leads to some interesting questions about why they did what they did. Obviously, they could just be bullies pulling a joke on an easy victim, because EvenEvilHasStandards. They could be [[PragmaticVillainy Pragmatic Villains]] who realized that Rhonda's head injury would likely get them all in serious trouble with the authorities. They might have also just been going along with Macey. On the other hand, it's possible they saw the entire exercise as a hazing ritual for Rhonda, and thought she'd feel more a part of the group afterwards (...obviously they were wrong...).

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** While Macy was clearly hostile to Rhonda, the same can't be said for Schrader, Chip, or Sara. Furthermore, we only see those three when they're friendly to Rhonda (early on before the prank is pulled, and after they've seen the results). This leads to some interesting questions about why they did what they did. Obviously, they could just be bullies pulling a joke on an easy victim, because EvenEvilHasStandards. They could be [[PragmaticVillainy Pragmatic Villains]] who realized that Rhonda's head injury would likely get them all in serious trouble with the authorities. They might have also just been going along with Macey. Macy. On the other hand, it's possible they saw the entire exercise as a hazing ritual for Rhonda, and thought she'd she would feel more a part of the group afterwards (...obviously they were wrong...).
3rd Apr '18 5:10:38 PM Byzantine
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** While Macey was clearly hostile to Rhonda, the same can't be said for Schrader, Chip, or Sara. Furthermore, we only see those three when they're friendly to Rhonda (early on before the prank is pulled, and after they've seen the results). This leads to some interesting questions about why they did what they did. Obviously, they could just be bullies pulling a joke on an easy victim, because EvenEvilHasStandards. They could be [[PragmaticVillainy Pragmatic Villains]] who realized that Rhonda's head injury would likely get them all in serious trouble with the authorities. They might have also just been going along with Macey. On the other hand, it's possible they saw the entire exercise as a hazing ritual for Rhonda, and thought she'd feel more a part of the group afterwards (...obviously they were wrong...).

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** While Macey Macy was clearly hostile to Rhonda, the same can't be said for Schrader, Chip, or Sara. Furthermore, we only see those three when they're friendly to Rhonda (early on before the prank is pulled, and after they've seen the results). This leads to some interesting questions about why they did what they did. Obviously, they could just be bullies pulling a joke on an easy victim, because EvenEvilHasStandards. They could be [[PragmaticVillainy Pragmatic Villains]] who realized that Rhonda's head injury would likely get them all in serious trouble with the authorities. They might have also just been going along with Macey. On the other hand, it's possible they saw the entire exercise as a hazing ritual for Rhonda, and thought she'd feel more a part of the group afterwards (...obviously they were wrong...).
3rd Apr '18 5:09:44 PM Byzantine
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***None of the werewolves acknowledge Sam's presence, or even glimpse at him. It is unclear if they are even aware that he is among them.
3rd Apr '18 5:06:10 PM Byzantine
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*** Alternatively, did she [[spoiler: remember Macey saying that the elevator would only hold three people safely, and thus assume that they'd throw her out and leave her to die?]]

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*** Alternatively, did she [[spoiler: remember Macey Macy saying that the elevator would only hold three people safely, and thus assume that they'd throw her out and leave her to die?]]
11th Dec '17 10:56:12 AM Anddrix
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* LoveItOrHateIt: Take a good look at the reviews and they'll say it's either a modern classic, or a blight on the horror genre. There is no middle ground.
27th Oct '17 4:03:02 PM Gorgonoble
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** The kid in the Dracula costume attempting to drive them home, only to end up sending them to their watery graves.
26th Sep '17 8:31:24 PM Shieldage
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** Given that the comic paints Sam as a holiday rule-enforcing full-on EldritchAbomination, he becomes Film/Krampus in Winter (or vice versa).

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** Given that the comic paints Sam as a holiday rule-enforcing full-on EldritchAbomination, he becomes Film/Krampus Film/{{Krampus}} in Winter (or vice versa).
26th Sep '17 8:30:46 PM Shieldage
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** Given that the comic paints Sam as a holiday rule-enforcing full-on EldritchAbomination, he becomes Film/Krampus in Winter (or vice versa).
16th Sep '17 4:17:44 PM jokevv
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*** They Could be subservient to him.
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