- Genius Bonus: A plot point in the film involves an ornate ballerina statue. Tracy claims to have created the statue as a gift to her husband. While visiting his mother-in-law for the first time, Andy notices a duplicate statue. Further indication of Tracy's constant deceit. Mrs. Kennsinger explains that you can buy those statues in any store. If you already knew that the statue was a replica of "Little Dancer at Fourteen Years" by Edgar Degas, you wouldn't have been surprised by the twist...
- Memetic Mutation: Most people know this Film based solely on Jed's "God complex" monologue.
- One-Scene Wonder:
Mrs. Kennsinger: Welcome to the game, kid.
- Anne Bancroft as Tracy's mother. She's amazing as she leads Andy in a series of questions that allow him to figure out what really happened and then smiles with some pride when he gets it.
- George C. Scott as Jed's former professor during the deposition scene.
- Retroactive Recognition: Gwyneth Paltrow as one of Andy's students, and later, victim of the campus serial rapist.
- Rewatch Bonus: Tracy is annoyed when Andy invites Jed to live with them without talking to her first and later is angry at Jed and his fling's loud lovemaking. It seems pretty typical and understandable, but once it's revealed that they've been in cahoots all along, it really makes sense.
- Paranoia Fuel: Anyone could have been through Malice at some time. Anyone. Even you.
The Video Game
- So Okay, It's Average: The general critical consensus for the game.
- They Wasted a Perfectly Good Character: Death is probably the most entertaining character in the game. Unfortunately, he is also a One-Scene Wonder.
- They Wasted a Perfectly Good Plot: Despite the interesting premise, what little plot there is to this game is bare-bones, disjointed and not very interesting.