Cursed

Stupidity: Joanie should've gone after Jake, after all, he passed the curse onto her.

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Continuity mistake: After Jimmy draws the pentagram on his hand to connect the dots, he holds up his hand to show his sister and the drawing is different from the one shown before. The outline is much darker.

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Ellie: Why can't you just download porn like most normal teenagers?

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Trivia: There's a nod to Craven's Scream franchise as the police think they've killed Joanie in werewolf form, only for her to spring back up before getting a shot to the head which kills her. This was done in Craven's first 3 Scream movies.

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Question: Who was the werewolf who killed Jenny? It couldn't have been Joanie as she was seen as having dark brown fur when she turned into a werewolf and the one that killed Jenny had dark gray fur.

Answer: I assumed it was Jake based on what transpired in the previous scene and his face was the last one shown before the elevator door closed. Jake told Ellie he didn't want to lose her, they had something "special", and asked if she would bear with him until he overcame some difficulties. Jake saw Jenny as a pest as well as someone who could ruin his still-developing (blossoming) relationship with Ellie. Jenny confronted Jake about not calling Becky anymore. Jake responded that he put himself "off the market" (was no longer available because he was pursuing Ellie), to which Jenny responded that she was "bummed" (disappointed because Jake was not free to pursue her). Jenny also put her hand over Jake's shoulder, which Jake did not like because he was not interested in her and was afraid that Ellie would see (which she may have). To top it off, Jenny kept following Jake around the room when he was talking to other people. Jenny was clingy and persistent - so had to be eliminated.

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