- Alternate Character Interpretation:
- Joann. More specifically, her blunt rejection of Rickie. Was she being cruel to someone with clear feelings for her? Or was she rightly rebuking someone who not only hoped to pursue a sexual relationship with her despite her lack of interest in him but also was at least lukewarm about the idea of raping her? The movie's ending certainly gives credence to the second.
- Audience-Alienating Premise / Darkness-Induced Audience Apathy: A film where teens have sex with a undead sex slave. Do the math!
- With how unlikable some of the characters can be (J.T., Rickie, Johnny, ect.), it can make someone feel uncomfortable, 'especially with the ending.
- Moral Event Horizon: J.T. crosses this when his first thought on what to do with a chained-up girl is to rape her, and then pulling a gun on his best friend for wanting to do otherwise.
- Squick: It is about a zombie sex slave. The movie plays on this relentlessly.
- Wangst: Rickie never gives it a rest until the end (for better and for worse).
YMMV / Deadgirl