Corrected entry: At Dracula's castle, Frankenstein's monster was stuck when he swung down and was below the bridge. When the friar released the rope, he swung into the room where Anna was fighting one of the brides. Note that when he swung in, the rope was above the window. This implies that he was below the bridge. When Anna jumped out of the window, she was way above the bridge, the same bridge the friar was on.
Corrected entry: When the Sun is being blocked by a cloud just before the vampire ladies come back out in the village, the shadow of the cloud appears as a defined edge crossing the ground. This would be true for a solid object but clouds are water vapor and gaseous in nature; thus, no defined boundary between dark and light.Larry Koehn
Corrected entry: It was a full moon when Anna's brother turned into a Werewolf. It was within a couple of days (at most) of this occurring that Van Helsing strapped the monster into the cart and set off for Bulgaria. Van Helsing gets to Bulgaria, is bitten by a Werewolf, and we CLEARLY hear Carl say that it is "two days" until the next full moon. If you consider that a full-moon occurs every 28 days or so, then it has taken approximately 24-26 days to get from Transylvania to Bulgaria, which by horse and cart is probably fair enough. So how did they get BACK to Frankenstein's tower in Transylvania in LESS than one day? It MUST have been less than a day, otherwise he would have turned into a Werewolf LONG before they got back to the Tower, let alone had enough time to find the secret door and head into Dracula's lair.
Corrected entry: When all we see are the shadows on the wall of Igor torturing the werewolf, the electric sparks are visible on the wall coming out of the prod's shadow.
Corrected entry: In one of the final scenes as Frankenstein's monster is hauled up to the ceiling in Castle Dracula we get a shot of one of Count Dracula's midget helpers operating the winch. It's fitting that he's pushing the crank handle at the bottom of its revolution as the crank is considerably bigger than him and he wouldn't be able to reach high enough to give it a full turn.
Corrected entry: How come when Valkan was attacked by a werewolf it happened in the morning, but when Valkan turned into one it happened on the night of a full moon?
Corrected entry: Two of Dracula's brides have colored hair. The other one has dark hair. We see that the brides with colored hair die (one with holy water, and the other with the stakes from the carriage.) So that would mean that the one with dark hair is left. However, one of the brides with colored hair is the one that tells Van Helsing about the All Hallows Eve Ball. And this happens after those two brides are killed.
Corrected entry: In the confessional, the priest tells Van Helsing the Valerius family's souls can never enter Heaven as long as Dracula is alive. Later in the scene, the priest says "We cannot let their souls fall into Purgatory." Catholic doctrine defines Purgatory as Heaven's penalty box; all souls there get to Heaven eventually.
Corrected entry: During the scene where Van Helsing and the others are fleeing in the carriages with Frankenstein's monster and are then attacked by the vampire brides and the werewolf, as the werewolf is thrown onto the top of the carriage, the top of the carriage completely envelops in flames. The amount of kerosene in the small lamps that were on the sides of the carriage was not enough to fuel a fire that large. Also, there was no way the fire could be spread to both sides in such a manner.
Corrected entry: In the scene where the viscous fluid surrounding the syringe is used against the grating to create an escape route, the fluid (acid?) acts faster than anything on Earth, dissolving the grate in a second or two only, but it doesn't seem to release any toxic vapours from the reaction as shown by the unaffected actors.Stuart Green