Continuity mistake: When El Blanco is outside Burt's home, and leaves, there isn't any hole in the ground after him. Later, in the movie, when El Blanco gets underneath the earth, he leaves a big hole after him. Why wasn't it like that the first time?
Burt: A lifetime of preparation, and I end up a refugee?
Trivia: The scene where a kid accidentally refers to a Graboid as a "Tremor" was a bit of an inside joke, as it's a common misconception among people who aren't fans of the series that the monsters are called "Tremors." It's always slightly annoyed the cast and crew, so they added the scene as a goof.
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