Corrected entry: When the police learned that the Michael Myers beheaded in H20 was actually a paramedic, why didn't they put out an APB (All-Points Bulletin) to begin a manhunt for his capture? A serial killer of his stature on the loose would garner a massive investigation as well as a wide-spread search, possibly involving FBI and SWAT members.
Corrected entry: In the abandoned house, Michael breaks through a wall and crashes a mirror to kill a boy, the boy screams for his life; however, no one else in the otherwise quiet house hears him...
Corrected entry: Sara is cut on her legs several times by Michael's knife, we actually see her limp when she is on the roof of the house after he cuts her the first time, yet at the end of the movie when Freddie is being bandaged up she is not limping,(even after having been cut twice more on the back of the legs in the tunnel); and she is also not being looked at by the paramedics.
Corrected entry: When Michael kills the cameraman with the tripod pole, a view is shown as if recorded by that camera. If the tripod was in a horizontal position, the camera would be facing the ceiling, floor, or walls, but not the victim.
Corrected entry: To make his escape, Michael Myers traded outfits with a paramedic (as we not only see Michael walking away in a medic uniform, we see the paramedic doning the infamous blue jumpsuit throughout H20's ending). Yet, in the beginning of Resurrection, Michael shows up back in his trademark blue jumpsuit. Personal tailor?