Corrected entry: The whole movie is a "collage" of other movies' moments (or if you want, full of references or "tributes" to other movies), like Alien (breed & birth of the worms), MIB ("we're-here-to-protect-Earth-from-the-scum-of-the-universe" thing; giant alien bug inside of normal size human), Carpenter's The Thing (humans "infected" by aliens; alien growing inside of dogs; crash landing of alien ship in ice), Outbreak (let's nuke this town because it's infected), Stand By Me (four boys walking in railroad tracks), The Green Mile ('evil' in the form of dust particles) and many others, plus the blatant references to E.T. and Scooby-Doo.
Corrected entry: That woman's car keys were fully submerged in a puddle for about 15 minutes. Why did the battery operated remote car door lock/unlocker that were attached to the key ring still work?
Corrected entry: When Henry and Otto go to get Duds, his "mom" says he has leukemia. Isn't it odd that a doctor can find leukemia but not tell that he is really an alien in an assumed shape? Is his "mom" an alien in disguise too? Some say he's not an alien, but in the final scene he sheds his human form and resumes his true form, then he envelopes the other alien and self destructs himself and the other alien.
Corrected entry: How was that electric fence supposed to contain the worms? The wires were 12-18" apart and the worms are only about 6" in diameter. They wouldn't have a wire too close to the ground or the snow would short it out. This would be easy for the worm to crawl under. The Army DID know about the worms because one of the head officers referred to them as the "s**t-worms".
Corrected entry: in the scene where Beaver states "We've been coming to the Hole in the Wall for 20 years now" there is a flashback stating 20 years earlier and it relives their first encounter meeting duds. How could it have flashed back only 20 years earlier? Did mom and dad drop them off at the Hole in the wall when they were 10 - 15 years old ?
Corrected entry: Most of the film takes place in a cold and very snowy landscape. How come you NEVER see vapour coming out of the mouths of any of the characters in the film?
Corrected entry: It's been said before, but it bears repeating until someone gets the idea. Mr. Gray traverses thousands of lightyears for the sole purpose of destroying humanity, manages to convert himself into a fungus cloud to infect humans or move around more easily, but *cannot* lift a sewer cover before he's vanquished.