Corrected entry: I'm assuming the present was in 2005, the Sugar Mill was off the map for 15 years (since 1990), but in front of Bo's auto shop, there's an updated Pepsi Machine (1998 design). I don't see why two insane brothers that kill outsiders would bother updating things like that. (00:30:50)biglee1901
Corrected entry: When Paige walks out of the diner to see Blake, he is sitting in his Blue SUV, then when the dude in the red cap with the video camera walks up and starts taping them kissing they are in a completely different car, yet seconds later they're driving down the road in the blue SUV again. (00:04:25 - 00:06:05)
Corrected entry: When Carly and Nick are investigating Ambrose, Carly says: "There was someone here, they pulled the curtain back". When they get to the house where someone pulled the curtain back, the wax lady pulls it back twice. You will notice that on the second time the curtain is pulled back it is open for longer than the first time. Considering that the wax lady is rigged, the two times she opens the curtain, they should be the same length of time.
Corrected entry: When the "killer" is videotaping the people while they're sleeping, the campfire is out, but when Carly is walking around outside to find out what it was she heard, it's lit again.
Corrected entry: What is the point in cutting the fan belt of the car when the group are sleeping at the beginning just to lure them into the town? Surely it would make more sense to just murder them while they slept in stead of going through the hassle of lying to them and trying to encourage them into the town. Vincent and Bo are obviously psychotic so are obviously capable of it.
Corrected entry: The entire premise of film involves the fact that the 'town of wax' is unknown to all authorities and the public as a whole. However the town uses substantial electric power, when everything is turned on. This implies that the town is connected to a national grid and therefore the electric company/organisation would most certainly be aware of such a draw of power and would charge.
Corrected entry: I can't remember his name, but the first boy to be killed and added to the wax museum (as a piano player) is first seen in the waxing machine getting covered in wax-including his eyes. Yet later we see him sitting at the piano and his eyes move back and forth to warn his friend about the killer behind him. How can that be if his eyes were covered in wax earlier?