Corrected entry: The Tooth Fairy apparently only kills those who have seen her, but throughout the movie she kills several people who didn't see her at all, just happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. For example, after the lift scene, Caitlyn, Kyle, Michael, a doctor and a nurse run down the corridors where they meet another nurse. She is the next to be killed (snatched from behind, so she didn't even see the fairy then), even though she wasn't in the prior scene where everyone saw the fairy (and thus became a target). (Regardless if there is a deleted scene that offers an explanation, it is still a mistake within the actual film.)Shay
Corrected entry: The hospital is on emergency power yet an elevator is completely operational including the lights in the shaft and elevator cars ceiling lights. (00:57:30)
Corrected entry: If the kerosene dripping out of the lamp and spreading all over the floor got caught on fire, how come the fire was barely larger then a campfire and only lasted a few minutes? Kerosene burns and spreads quickly. The whole lighthouse should have burned down before Kyle, Michel and Kat got out.
Corrected entry: Ok, the ghost can only appear in the dark. So why does she suddenly appear right in front of the lighthouse lamp after it is lit? She knows the light will kill her, and she chooses when to appear or not - so this just doesn't make sense.
Corrected entry: The little boy who apparently just loses his last tooth is too young. It's nice to have a cute kid, but he's no older than eleven, and not overly developed for his age. He's too young to have lost his last tooth.
Corrected entry: After Larry and Kyle hit the hardware store for supplies, they're getting into Larry's car and Kyle says it is 5:37, almost sunset. The sun is still bright in the sky. A few seconds later they drive by a sign that says they are leaving Darkness Falls and it is pitch dark. Either it's a really, really big town or they made an hour long pit stop somewhere.
Corrected entry: Towards the end of the movie when the three main characters are in the light house and they are at the top about to turn it on, there is a broken kerosene lantern that produces a good amount of light protecting them from the old woman's spirit. The light is slowly going away and getting closer to fading out. If you watch when the light is going around the wall you can see the shadow of the old woman. Since light has to be hitting an object for it to cast a shadow how is it that she can cast a shadow if she cannot go into the light?
Corrected entry: Towards the end of the movie, in the lighthouse when Kaitlyn and Michael are at the top of the lighthouse, lightning flashes constantly, making the light from the flare Michael is holding practically invisible. How is it that the Tooth Fairy can withstand the light from the lightning but cannot enter the circle of light given off by that little flare?
Corrected entry: In the hospital scene, why does one light go out, and then another? If the emergency power had ran out, wouldn't all the lights go off at the same time?
Corrected entry: In the shot were the young boy's sister is reading the fairy tale book, she reads that light will kill the "Tooth fairy" when the camera scrolls by the words on the page, you can see that the line is, "Damned soul" but when she reads she clearly said "Wicked soul".
Corrected entry: Throughout the whole movie, the evil tooth fairy is casting shadows in order to scare the characters and the viewers, now, since the tooth fairy can't be in light, how can she be casting a shadow?
Corrected entry: It is very strange that they don't have power in the hospital because all hospitals must have backup power - a generator for those people on ventilators.
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