* EnsembleDarkhorse: Strangely enough, the mounted fish in the real estate agent's office, thanks to LetsPlay/{{Slowbeef}} and [[LetsPlay/GamingGarbage Lowtax's]] riffing of the game.
* {{Narm}}: The acting and writing are very hit-and-miss.
** Most notable during the end of Chapter 6 through Chapter 7, where Don completely snaps and starts giggling like a lunatic. It somehow manages to utterly fail at being intimidating.
* NightmareFuel: The visions of Carno's wives' murders.
* NightmareRetardant: The loud music, cheesy special effects, and {{Narm}}y acting can ruin many of the scary moments.
* {{Padding}}: Unless there's a special event or action involved, clicking on chairs, beds, and mirrors often triggers a pointless FMV of Adrienne sitting down and relaxing or combing her hair or checking her makeup. You can even make her go to the bathroom or get a snack or a drink! To be fair, you can skip any FMV with a click and it was likely intended less as padding and more to make the game feel as interactive as possible, but it does get really funny when [[spoiler:you can make Adrienne calmly look herself over in a mirror in the hidden room right after she has a vision of Carno breaking one of his wives' necks with a device still in the room.]]
* SpecialEffectsFailure: [[spoiler:Don wearing Harriet's bloody scalp]] would be considerably more disturbing if it weren't so obviously [[spoiler: just some generic cheap curly grandma wig.]]
* ThatOneLevel: The last chapter, Chapter 7. It's understandable in the context of the plot, but for a point-and-click adventure game that was pretty straightforward, especially by the standards of the time, it can be a sudden jump in difficulty particularly for those new to the genre. Not taking certain paths and actions in previous chapters that weren't mandatory for finishing those chapters can keep you from taking on arguably more obvious or at least more heavily foreshadowed solutions here (i.e., it's easy to miss that you have to get the crucifix from the antique store owner before you start Chapter 7, largely because the game won't let you keep a needed item in your inventory until a certain time). Plus most of all it's the first time you can get yourself killed.