Best horror movie mistakes of 1993
Continuity mistake: When Wednesday and Pugsley are playing with the guillotine, Wednesday has a scroll in her hands, which she then rolls up. The shot changes and you can still see the rolled up scroll in her hands. However, the shot then changes again and you can now see Wednesday rolling up the already rolled up scroll.
Factual error: While in the convenience store, watch the arcade screen the punks are playing, they are getting very excited about the game, however anyone who has played StreetFighter 2 will notice that they are merely looking at the demo version and even the words "insert coins" are displayed on the screen. Still, if it makes them happy...
Continuity mistake: In the prosecuting attorney's speech in the first courtroom scene, the judge's house of cards is no more than 2 levels high (a base level with a peak) [0:2:20]. In the close-up shot of the judge, the house of cards changes to 3 levels high (2 base levels and a peak)[0:2:35]. When the scene focuses back on the prosecuting attorney, the house is back to two levels of height[0:2:39].
Visible crew/equipment: In the scene where Julian Sands confronts Paula Marshall on the holy druid site, there is a shot where he pushes a Stonehenge-like boulder over in an attempt to crush Paula Marshall. As the boulder topples over, behind it you can see the heads of the crew members who are doing the actual pushing.
Plot hole: In the scene in the hotel, David sees the victim's head on the floor after the killer left. Later when David is in a hospital bed he is watching TV and the reporter claims that all the heads were in Judd's car. The killer would have had to have gone back into the hotel room to get the head of that victim after David saw it. She would have put it in her bag right away if she was saving them all. The bag was even left behind.
01:12:30 - 01:25:00ujeremy
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