Spawn

Factual error: In the scene where Priest fires at Spawn from the balcony, a magazine can be seen sticking out of the bottom of Spawn's P90. This reveals it is a fake P90 shell on an Ingram Model 10. The P90 has a clear magazine that sits on the top of the weapon.

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Factual error: In scenes where Spawn has the ammo belts over his chest (at the banquet and also before getting on the motorcycle), the rounds are of some very high caliber weapon. However, the only gun(s) Spawn carries is a P-90 submachine gun, which uses magazine-fed 5.7mm ammo. What are the ammo belts for if he isn't carrying a weapon that can use them?

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Factual error: Spawn's body has been burned, almost past the point of recognition. Why are his eyelashes so prominent?

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When Wynn is talking to Al about the mission to blow up the plant, Wynn puts his cigarette out in the ash tray in the scorpion bowl and there are 4 butts in the ash tray, but a minute later when the camera shows the 2 scorpions fighting, the ash tray has no cigarette butts in it.

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At the dinner ceremony where Spawn attacks Wynn and kills Church, you can see a red-headed woman in a blue gown walking among the patrons in the beginning of the scene. The camera focuses on her briefly, but for a reason - look at her earrings. They are Spawn insignia. This is a reference to the angel Hellspawn hunter Angela, who wears those same insignia in the comics as trophies of her victories over previous Hellspawn. Very clever reference.

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