Fridge: Event Horizon
- The entity possessing the Event Horizon has the power to revive the dead (in Weir's case) and warp reality. When Miller blew up the ship as it entered the portal, who is to say that the entity couldn't reconstruct the ship and revive Miller, Weir, and the others, to torment for eternity?
- For starters, Miller did not blow up the ship. He blew up the connecting tunnel. The drive section and forward lifeboat were intact, which was precisely the point. Miller and Weir may have survived that.
- The real Fridge Horror is that Miller will suffer a Fate Worse Than Death… Playing second fiddle to Keanu Reeves.
- The lifeboat section? Still part of the Event Horizon, cut off from the core or not. With people in stasis aboard to play with, even if getting them to hurt themselves is not immediately an option... No wonder their nightmares. And, possibly, it acting like the good little liferaft until rescuers come aboard, too.
- A dimension where none of our physics work, called "a dimension of pure chaos", would wreck havoc with our bodies—especially brain chemistry—at a quantum level. No wonder people would go batshit crazy—imagine having your entire body infused with drugs, made from your own chemistry and more. It doesn't quite explain the more supernatural stuff, but crewmembers going berserk and attacking each other? Real-life drugs have had that effect, and altering brain chemistry itself, if not outright killing you, would make you less than human.