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Halloween 2

Other mistake: When Laurie has her episode in the bathroom about killing Annie, the clock stays at 7:03 the whole time.

Continuity mistake: In the beginning Laurie is in the shack hiding from Michael Myers when Buddy comes in and sets down the donuts and coffee he had on the desk, he hands her the coffee and goes to get his car. When Michael is looking through the window, you can see the whole desk and the donuts are gone.

Factual error: Some of the scenes show trees w/o leaves which is correct, but several of the scenes have Myers walking thru fields of crops (probably beans) in Illinois, and the trees look full, neither which could be true in late October, as the crops would be harvested or wilted by then, and the trees bare.

Plot hole: When Laurie is talking to her therapist, she says that it's her fault because of what happened to Annie in part one. Yet she doesn't know she's Michael's sister at that point in the movie yet. It's after she reads Loomis's book that she finds everything out.

Revealing mistake: When Laurie has the episode in the bathroom about killing Annie, the clock stays at 7:03 the whole time.

Continuity mistake: In the beginning Laurie's bandage goes from bloody to white and back again repeatedly. It also gets wet, yet not even 15 seconds later it's completely dry and white.

Revealing mistake: The guy who takes the trash out of the club, bumps into Michael Myers and gets his head stamped on and smashed, later appears in the film as the person introducing the Halloween party.

Continuity mistake: When Laurie is holding a pig, there are two people dressed in bright colors standing next to her. When she leaves those two people are gone.

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Quotes

Laurie Strode: I'm not me.
Mya Rockwell: Who are you, then?
Laurie Strode: I'm Michael Myers' sister.

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Trivia

During the interview, after Dr. Loomis is interrogated by the reporters about Michael, he says, "Let me make things nice and sparkling clear." This is a nod to his role as Alex DeLarge in "A Clockwork Orange."

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