Adaptation Expansion takes a short work (e.g. a poem) and fleshes it out in to a larger piece (e.g. a movie). Compressed Adaptation takes a work with a lot of history and/or development and condensed down to fill a specific amount of time (e.g. an adaptation of a 50+ year old comic book in to a two and a half hour movie).
With an After Boss Recovery, upon winning (or, if the boss is a Hopeless Boss Fight) you get a ton of recovery items. With Suspicious Videogame Generosity, the game starts throwing very powerful and/or useful items at you (potion that will heal you or a teammate completely, items that resore magic points); it's the game's (and game developer's) way of warning you that there is a horrifically bad boss or challenging area close by, so you'd better save and make sure you use all the items being given to you.
Not always opposites in a technical sense, and in fact is usually played at the same time. Often, the attractiveness of a Good person is usually in a modest, almost innocent and "classy" way, while an attractive Evil person is in a more primal, overt, and lustful way.
Bile Fascination is a peculiar attraction to a really bad work because of all of the negative buzz surrounding it. Hype Aversion is intentionally avoiding a product because everyone and their mother loves to talk about how great it is.
A villain deconstructs the hero's motives for fighting and tries to exploit his psychological weaknesses, versus a hero who deconstructs his motives for fighting and then reaffirms his will to surmount them.
The audience is aware of important information that the characters are not privy to, leading to a dramatic reveal vs. The characters are aware of important information that the audience is not privy to, leading to a dramatic reveal.
A Face-Heel Turn is when something happens to an established "good" character that makes them turn to the side of evil. A Heel-Face Turn is when something happens to an established "evil" character that makes them turn to the side of good. When used more than once, it can lead to the Heel-Face Revolving Door.
A Gentle Giant is a character who looks big and menacing, but actually has a kind and softer side. The Napoleon looks small and non-threatening, but is very dangerous, especially if you should make fun of his/her height.
Growing the Beard is a moment when a particular show or series reaches a point where everything gets better. Jumping the Shark is when it hits a new low, and everything is perceived to get worse from then on.
Successive mentors and students pretend to be the same immortal person over a long period of time vs. an immortal or long-lived character tries to evade detection by pretending to be their own descendant.
A Macekre is a loose translation of a work that barely resembles its source material. A Woolseyism is a translation of a work that maintains the spirit of the original work, while still making it palatable for its intended audience.
Members of a specific social group enjoying a work by outsiders despite what might be considered stereotypical depictions, vs. members of a social group getting offended by their portrayal in a work by a creator who is actually in that group.
A Shocking Swerve is a plot twist that the audience could never possibly have seen coming and appears to have been done for no purpose other than to shock. The Untwist is when a plot twist is shocking because the audience had dismissed it as being too obvious.
A Tsundere is a (usually female) character who acts cranky and standoffish on the outside, but sometimes shows signs of genuine tenderness. A Yandere is someone who tries to act nice, but really is unpleasant underneath...sometimes coupled with mental instability.