- Alternative Character Interpretation: Dwight's confrontation with Dees implies that he views Dees as a kindred spirit of sorts due to his making a living off of the misery of others. While it's implicitly suggested that Dwight hates being a vampire, this might suggest that he takes some sadistic pleasure from his outings. Or it could suggest that he sees a similarity in the way they both live, and doesn't wish to kill him due to viewing him as a part of himself.
- Cult Classic: Not as well-known as many Stephen King adaptations, but it definitely has its fanbase.
- Jerkass Woobie: "Dwight", the eponymous Night Flier. He's a vampire who brutally murders people for their blood and seems to enjoy it to some extent, but he has no real choice in the matter, and it's implied that he despises the monster that he's become and mourns his lost humanity.
- Moral Event Horizon: Dees finding Dottie Walsh dead by suicide, and taking a picture of her body, saying it "made a great cover story". It's also entirely possible that he killed her himself. Katherine later crosses it herself by doing the exact same thing to Dees.
YMMV / The Night Flier