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.
"Answer Me" : Whatever the malevolent presence in the adjacent room was, a telephone, it was trying to break through the wall, right where the protagonist's bed is...
"Trick or Treat" : A hated and spiteful old man with an obsession for documenting and exploiting debts owed to him, offers trick-or-treaters the chance to search his house for their parents' mortgages, only to terrify them with animatronic "spirits." Unfortunately for him, the old man finds himself the victim of a particularly frightening trick-or-treater, namely a real demon.
"Halloween Candy": A misanthropic old man torments trick-or-treating children and is visited by a rather terrifying goblin demanding MORE candy. Believed by many to be the most disturbing episode, along with "Ursa Minor", and "The Geezenstacks".
"Madness Room": A sleazy couple trick an old husband into having a heart attack by playing a Ouija board to lead them to a dark hidden room, only for the husband to drop the (only) key to outside into a crack of the room's floorboard... Then a fire suddenly starts up- they're all locked in the hidden room. Cue screaming and coughing.
"Ursa Minor": A little girl blames her new teddy bear for various pranks in her parent's house. They do not believe her-until giant claw marks on the walls and lumbering sounds at night convince them. The mother destroys the teddy, but forgets one of the most basic rules of the wild — harm the child, and you must meet the mother...
"The Geezenstacks": A father realizes his daughter's dollhouse can change their family's future when the dolls were played with, yet only he believes in it. Things become strained in the household until near the end... when the dollhouse transports the whole family into it, like all of its other owners.... Also, the violin music didn't make things better.
And, of course, "The Cutty Black Sow": On Halloween, a boy is warned by his dying great-grandmother about the Cutty Black Sow, a Celtic demon that steals the souls of those who die on All Hallow's Eve, and tries to prevent it from getting hers.
And guess what? While he saves his grandmother's soul, the creature takes his! No Infant Immortality here!
The opening introduction music/narration. That is all.
"Inside The Closet", featuring a mysterious, child-sized door in a woman's bedroom. A touch of Uncanny Valley at the reveal, but horrifyingly suspenseful until that point.
Nightmare Retardant: The series finale. Seriously, a momma's boy wrestler (said momma is his manager) fights a demon from hell.
The monster from "Inside the Closet."...it looked like an aborted Muppet...
The Cutty Black Sow in ... "The Cutty Black Sow". ...seriously, look me in the eye and TELL me it doesn't look like a black-furred ALF.
Tear Jerker: The ending of "Miss May Dusa". May catches sight of herself in the mirror and turns into a statue again, her blind boyfriend goes in to find her, only to get shot by the burglar from the opening. He dies, not three feet away from the May-statue, weakly calling out for her.
Too Dumb to Live: The mother in the closing minute of "Ursa Minor". Yeah, don't bother climbing out of your window and escaping with your daughter. Screaming in the corner, while Ursa Major is about to break down the door with her arm and enter the room is CLEARLY safer! ...sigh...