Eldritch Abomination: Death's real form is never seen and it is treated as an inhuman force of nature, its motives in causing such cruel deaths are inscrutible to all beings except itself, and it is so powerful and omnipresent that it can claim whatever humans it wants before directing its attention to some other corner of the planet.
When Carter is preparing to burn a cross on George's lawn in The Final Destination, Death causes his truck radio to start playing "Why Can't We Be Friends?"; then it kills him in a manner not too dissimilar to how racist lynch mobs would execute their victims.
It also gives Issac, a vicious racist who contemptuously rubbed a Buddah statue's stomach while contemptuously sneering "Ho ho ho, cut down on the rice cakes, Budah!" the single most well-deserved death in the franchise by crushing his head like a melon with the exact same statue.
Failed a Spot Check: Much like the case of Tod and the blue water, you'd think that she would've noticed the vodka spilling out of her cracked mug all over the floor. Or even worse, all over her computer monitor. Doubles as a case of Too Dumb to Live.
Too Dumb to Live: The first thing he does when he sees someone telling him to stay away from pigeons is to jump straight into a flock of pigeons, causing them to spook a machine operator and drop a huge pane of glass on him. What the hell were you thinking, Tim?
Maybe. All he heard was "pigeons". That's when he noticed the pigeons. Tim was a kid, and all kids, when faced with a flock of landed pigeons, would charge them, because that's called fun. Self-Fulfilling Prophecy? Maybe. Death laying out a Batman-Gambit? Absolutely.