Corrected entry: During the scene when Yoko is attacked by the dead person in the attic, you can see a crew member laying on the floor in the background.
Corrected entry: When Karen finds the photograph of the family, the face of the woman is ripped out, so the whole face is off. Later when the officer tells Karen they found the photo in the hall, and show her, the hole is much different, and now only half the face is ripped out.
00:20:05 - 00:52:40Hamster
Corrected entry: When the police detective is reviewing the tape made by the security camera (which we have earlier seen capturing an ominous shadow which develops human form and walks toward the camera), the apparently fixed camera pans and then points down to focus on the "shadow".
Corrected entry: In the final scene where Sarah sees a flashback of what really happened in the house she sees the professor talking to the child in his room and telling him his parents will be home soon. Then he discovers the mother's body in the attic. Another flashback shows the mother & the child being killed in succession. How can the professor be talking to the child & the mother be dead when both were killed together? This was not how it was in the original version.
Corrected entry: When Sarah Michelle Gellar and her husband are looking at the Japanese ritual thing, her husband reaches into his pocket, pulls out a cigarette and puts it in his mouth. In the very next shot he not only doesn't have a cigarette in his mouth, but also shows no sign of ever pulling one out.
Corrected entry: According to the story the angry spirit kills everyone who goes in the house, no matter how briefly (Sarah Michelle Gellar's boyfriend is in the house only a matter of minutes before being attacked). However the real estate agent, the other police detective, and all the police officers on the scene escape unharmed.hackerjon
Corrected entry: The apparition on the surveillance videotape is both visible and audible. Security cameras don't record sound.
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