(Season 2 Episode 2) Near the end, as the worms have died and exploded trying to spawn, a shot shows Cutter, Claudia and Stephen ripping the spawning worms from their bodies. Stephen is shown with one in each hand and another hanging on the right of his chest. In the following shot he is seen ripping one off his right chin, which did not have any worm on it in the previous shot. See more...
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|Mistake||Many of the Royal Navy details are completely wrong. The submarine captain's cap badge is not that of the Royal Navy. "Midshipman" Leonard wears the insignia of a chief petty officer. "Officer" (not a naval rank) Neal wears the insignia of a petty officer. "Officer" Shaw wears the insignia of an able rating. The Flag Office Submarines is depicted as a full admiral, whereas in fact he was a rear-admiral and the position no longer exists.|
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Please only add pictures that are entertaining, and which make the mistake VERY obvious - click here for examples of "wrong" pictures (new examples added). Rule of thumb - if you saw the picture(s) without knowing the mistake already, would you be able to spot it immediately? If not, it probably won't get online. If you have any queries please let me know.
There are two options for submitting mistakes - Option 1 is for if you're not familiar with graphics editing software, and option 2 is if you're comfortable putting the images into the correct format yourself. Going with either option is absolutely fine - just please be sure to follow the instructions very closely.
- Please don't add ANYTHING to the images, ie. no text, circles, arrows, etc.
- If at all possible, please try and crop out any blank space around the image.
- Images must be smaller than 500k in filesize, at least 500 pixels wide, and in jpg format.
- Screenshots must demonstrate the mistake clearly entirely by themselves, without needing to know the film or the mistake in advance. Think to yourself "without knowing anything about the film or the mistake, could I just glance at this picture/these pictures and see what the mistake is, and is it worth looking at?" If not, it's unlikely your screenshot will get online.
- The pictures must be good quality, ie. almost certainly from DVD. Compressed/jagged/blurred pictures will not get online. Compare it to existing screenshots to make sure the quality is OK.
- If you're submitting two images for the same mistake (ie. one "before" image and one "after" image), you must submit them as two separate images - please DON'T combine two (or more) frames into one image.
- Please keep a copy of all files you send in - if any get lost, or there's some problem, it's handy knowing I can get another copy easily.
Please ONLY go with this option if you're going to follow the instructions 100%. Your images are just as likely to get online using option 1, this is just a bit easier at my end. If it doesn't look the same as the other screenshots already online, it'll just be discarded.
Please read the instructions on positioning/size/structure of text carefully
If you want to just position the pictures at the top and bottom but leave out the text or rings, feel free - that in itself will help! If you want to do that, all the instructions below are still relevant in terms of positioning (such as the 65 pixel vertical gap between pictures), but just leave out the text and/or blue ring.
- Images must be EXACTLY 500px wide, and smaller than 130k. That file size should be possible without excess compression - all the existing pictures are smaller than that. Only submit one image.
- Images must be in the right proportions - ie. people shouldn't look squashed or flattened. If they look out of proportion, resizing your image using an aspect ratio of 1.78:1 will normally fix it. If not, other popular ratios are 1.33:1, and 2.35:1. If you can't make them look right, please follow option 1 above and just send them in separately - even if all the text and everything else is right but the proportions are wrong, your image will just be deleted if it's squashed.
- The arrangement must be the same as the existing screenshots, ie. one at the top, one at the bottom (if needed - no more than 2 images), smooth blue rings around the relevant area if needed (it normally is), and text centred in between - the title on one line, the description on the line below. Please don't use two lines for the description. A vertical gap between the pictures of about 65 pixels should accommodate the text quite nicely.
- Text is an important bit. Please use this font. Font sizes seem to differ between programs, so please experiment to find what matches existing screenshots - the title should be slightly larger than the description, and neither line should have huge lettering - anything noticeably larger than the text on existing screenshots won't get online. Just use the title (ie. don't add the episode or season info if it's a TV mistake). Just give a brief description on ONE LINE, and DON'T capitalise every word (ie. write "Plate moves between shots", not "Plate Moves Between Shots"). Also please check your spelling! Please anti-alias fonts where possible (ie. smooth them out).
- If the mistake needs circling (or possibly ellipsing), use a 3px wide ring (not free-drawn), colour #8080FF, anti-aliased. The precise colour may not be possible depending on your graphics software - if that's the case just match existing screenshots as best you can (any picture using a radically different colour will be discarded). However, the anti-aliased part is important (ie. non-jagged rings). If your software can't do smooth rings, please DON'T add any ring at all - I'll work out where it's meant to be.
- Screenshots must demonstrate the mistake clearly entirely by themselves, without needing to know the film or the mistake in advance. Think to yourself "without knowing anything about the film or the mistake, could I just look at this picture/these pictures and see what the mistake is?". If not, it's unlikely your screenshot will get online.
- The pictures must be good quality, ie. almost certainly from DVD. Highly compressed/jagged/blurred pictures will not get online. Make sure you're working from a full colour image - any "speckling" of colours due to reduction will most likely make the picture unusable.
Browse for the image file using the button next to the empty "file" box.
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