Continuity mistake: In the scene where the town folk are having an outdoor festival, Steven Seagal is invited to play with the band. An older gentleman hands him a guitar with nylon string tuners (open headed classical type) but when he takes it from him, it is a Steel string Martin Acoustic (solid headed flat top) guitar.
Continuity mistake: When Sarah is in the grocery store, she is handed one grocery bag with her purchases. In the next scene where she is walking home and Jack asks her if she wants a ride, there are two grocery bags in her cart.
Continuity mistake: Seagal's fight scenes are so choppy and badly edited that he is rarely shown starting and completing a move. In the first fight outside the general store, the local workers come at him even after they can see he is holding a 2 x 4. In the last fight scene in the pool room, he brings the same bad guy down twice with the same pool cues.
Continuity mistake: In the scene where Jack Taggart takes Cotton to the doctor's office, his truck door sign reads Hanner Coal Company. The door sign has read Appalachian Relief Mission in all other scenes.
Continuity mistake: One scene involves Seagal being chased by a truck with the purpose of running Seagal off the road. Segal is driving a pick up truck and every time it gets hit by the huge truck it damages Seagal's vehicle, but every scene is different. The window of Seagal's truck is shattered once or twice and then in a front shot is intact. then a part of the windshield is broken, but then is OK, and then broken again.
Continuity mistake: When the 18-wheeler bumps repeatedly into the back of Seagal's little pickup, the force would have spun it around and/or demolished it right on the highway. Not merely a small dent and a push forward.
Continuity mistake: Near the end where the bad guys gang up on Seagal in the big cave under the mountain, all the bad guys not killed by Seagal can't escape, and die in the explosion. Seagal finds his way out using a passage that ends in a large 'doorway' in the mountain. He just walks out, and you can see cars parked near this exit. How come the locals wouldn't know about this passageway?