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: The Lost Boys
Adult Fear : Your child goes missing and becomes a monster.
Better Than Canon: The scenario set-up in the alternate stingers to "The Tribe" - featuring Sam arriving in Lunar Bay to warn Edgar that a head vampire was heading there to settle an old score with the two of them; said vampire being Edgar's brother Alan - was considered a far more interesting prospect by fans than the Edgar vs. Vampire!Sam stinger that was used in the film.
Harsher in Hindsight: Subverted. In The Thirst, Sam is stated to have died when he attacked Edgar at the end of The Tribe, with the film's release several months after his death making it seem like a Real Life Writes the Plot, except shooting had finished prior to Haim's death.
Jack Bauer Playing a vampire was funny enough to think as it is, but then Robot Chicken took it to the next level by having Dracula replace Jack Bauer as the lead.
Ho Yay: David and Michael. Just...David and Michael. David pretty much seduces him in a strange blood drinking sequence, half hypnotises him with continuous usage of his name, ignores the pretty love interest in favor of Michael, and spends the whole movie trying desperately to get Michael to see things his way. Never mind David's insistence leads to him dropping his guard, therefore leading to his death... he never makes a move to kill Michael, even when his victim blindly refuses to become a full vampire. David actually looks genuinely hurt by this rejection. The amount of eyesex and shimmering sexual tension in this film concerning these two is just amazing. This could translate to Foe Yay as well.
Shocking Swerve: In the original film, the reveal that David's not the head vampire; it's really Max, the mild mannered local business owner & current boyfriend to Sam & Michael's mother. However, the groundwork is there, it's just done so subtly that you likely won't notice them on the first viewing.
In The Thrist, DJ X is set-up as the Alpha Vampire, it's revealed towards the end that it's really Peter Lieber, and most of the film was an Evil Plan so he could turn Edgar into his personal hitman.
Squick: The maggots and worms. Doubly so when Word of God instructs budding filmmakers that maggots tend to just lie there. How to get the to wriggle? Squeeze lemon juice on them.