When the bottle is dropped in the car, it hits Cindy on the head and falls down in front of her. When Greg gets out he now has the bottle. See more...
The run-over-by-car scenes in the first movie's beginning and the second movie's end are borrowings from the movie version of Stephen King's "Thinner", in which the victimized lawyer was similarly distracted. See more...
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In the scene where the killer is in Cindy's house, the killer is hiding behind the couch. When you see shots of the killer, the cell phone is in his right hand and the hook is in his left. When she notices him and he stands up, the phone is in his left hand and the hook is in his right.
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