** There is a much-debated alternative character interpretation of Riddick in the scene of [[spoiler:Carolyn Fry's death.]]
*** The standard interpretation is that [[spoiler:Fry went back to save Riddick, and then suddenly gets stabbed by one of the aliens, who then drags her off to her doom.]]
*** The second interpretation is that [[spoiler:it was in fact ''Riddick'' who stabbed her, sacrificing her to save himself. The alien then detected her wound (they go off on blood), and drags her off to her doom. What supports this particular viewing is Riddick's knife being in just the right place for such a move, the look of remorse on his face after it happens, and his hardcore survival instincts.]]
*** The third one tapdances between the two ideas - [[spoiler: Riddick's blood was attracting the creature, and he intentionally moved so that Fry was the one that got grabbed by it - but it was likely an instinctual tactic, as he ''does'' suffer a minor HeroicBSOD immediately afterward]].
** Riddick's comment at the end of the movie - "Tell them Riddick's dead. He died somewhere on that planet." This could be his way of saying he plans to start with a clean slate, or (as mentioned on the TearJerker page) that [[spoiler: the last of his humanity had gone bye-bye]].
* GeniusBonus: In ''Film/PitchBlack'', Riddick-o-vision is in anaglyph 3d. Go get those red/blue 3d glasses. It's simply purple and blurred at the edges in all the other installments of the franchise, though.
* IAmNotShazam: The flying alien monsters in ''Pitch Black'' are never named throughout the course of the film. Sorry, "bio-raptor" and "demon" are just fanspeak.
* MoralEventHorizon: Johns has two available in ''Pitch Black'', although which one is the true event horizon is up for debate. The first is when he steals the morphine from the crashed spaceship - he's a junkie - so Fry's friend has to die in screaming agony. The second is when he suggests Riddick kill Jack and drag her behind to put the creatures off them - he offers to keep the others off Riddick's back in exchange.