YMMV: The Frighteners
- Complete Monster: Johnny Bartlett, of course.
- Crowning Music of Awesome:
- Hilarious in Hindsight: A skilled but highly eccentric detective will stop at nothing to catch a killer whom he believes can kill his victims without ever touching them (usually via heart attack). Granted, in this case, the detective is the bad guy and an Inspector Javert, but...additionally, there's also a serial killer fangirl, who kills to express her love for said serial killer.
- Jerkass Woobie: Dammers' work as undercover agent among cultists caused him to sustain multiple massive mutilations and drove him to the brink of insanity. In the extended version, it's also revealed he had been a victim of Charles Manson and his "Family" in 1969.
- The Producer Thinks of Everything: If you decide to, for whatever reason, count how many shots that Patricia uses in the climax of the film, you'd count to 12, most likely the amount of shots the shotgun holds.
- This can be chalked up to Peter Jackson being a huge gun nut.
Judge: I like it when they lie still like that!
- Tell me reader, have you ever seen hot ghost-on-mummy action?
- It gets even squickier when you realize Peter Jackson would later work with Sean Astin, the son of John Astin (The Judge). There may have been some awkward moments there.