These are what we call the 'YMMV items.' Things that some people find in this work. We call them 'your mileage might vary' because not everyone sees these things in the same way. This starts discussions in the trope lists, a thing we don't want. Please use the discussion page if you'd like to discuss any of these items.
YMMV: Last Window
Accidental Innuendo: The lighthouse scene on the roof. When inquired on what she thinks of the lighthouse, Mila says she thought that it was bigger when seen from ground level, but now having seen it from up close, she now thinks that it is much smaller. This comment then causes Kyle to pop a wide smirk on his face, prompting Mila to ask if she said "something wrong". Kyle then dodges a potentially awkward conversation by saying that it's a funny coincidence, because he also thought the same thing as she did when he first saw it.
Crowning Music of Awesome: Belief, which is composed by Tony in-game, is very touching and uplifting. Tony's theme Shadowy Men is also very catchy and hard to get out of your head.
Ho Yay: Kyle and Tony. You can even make Kyle tell Tony it feels like a betrayal when the latter goes out with Betty on Christmas Eve.
Nightmare Fuel: The 4th floor hallway certainly qualifies, with its music and the feeling that someone is following you. Made even worse by the fact that you can get stuck in there, leading to a Game Over.
Dylan'sDeath Glarewhen Kyle is examining Marie's ring with the former's magnifying glass. If you hadn't gotten the feeling that something is horribly wrong with him before, you WILL by this point.
Tear Jerker: Kyle's "confrontation" with Sidney has only one question. "Do you still love your wife?"
The scene where Kyle returned to room 406 after his encounter with Mrs. Patrice on the roof can make one weepy-eyed. The whole pondering of what was his father's final view out of the window and what feelings his father was probably was experiencing was incredibly sad.
There's also Kyle's conversation with Frank about a chat the latter had with "Gregory"; the part Frank found the most memorable was that Gregory's son wanted to grow up to be a baseball player.