Corrected entry: In the beginning of the film, after the actor credits have been displayed, they show a shot of the car that Richie & Seth are in. As it's coming down the road, you can see Richie's foot hanging out of the window. In the next shot, inside the car, his foot is inside and they don't show him putting his foot outside the window until a couple of shots later.
Corrected entry: After Sex Machine bites the trucker, the trucker throws Sex Machine through the door or wall, letting in all the vampires. But later, Seth needs Carlos to break the door down in order to let in the sunlight, killing all the vampires. What happened to the big hole made by Sex Machine when he was thrown outside? Why didn't that provide the sunlight needed to kill the vampires?SAZOO1975
Corrected entry: When Scott is being sucked by the horde of vampires, Kate shoots him. This results in a big explosion. Scott may have had holy water in balloons strapped to his body, but the bullet fired off by Kate sure could not have triggered the explosion.
Corrected entry: Why, and how while we are at it, would the band explode on its own instead of attacking the survivors of the first big battle? That's pretty nonsensical.
Corrected entry: It's never explained how Sex Machine's strap gun works. You never see him actually make something to let his gun pop out of his groin or to fire off shots. It sure cannot be operated by the force of telepathy.
Corrected entry: Seth, Scott, and Kate flee down the hallway to the storage area, pursued by the bats all the way and barely closing the door behind them. But when Jacob goes down the hallway (backwards, so the cross faces the main room), all the bats have emptied out into the main bar instead of trying to break down the door or waiting for the prey to inevitably stick its head out. Quite convenient, since Jacob can only point his weapon one direction at a time.
Corrected entry: In the first big battle between vampires and human beings, the barkeeper attacks Sex Machine. The pistol attached to the belt pops out and fires off several rounds driving the barkeeper backwards. But you never actually see bulletholes exploding on the barkeeper's chest.
Corrected entry: After Jacob gets bitten, he estimates that it will take him approximately half an hour before he turns into a vampire. What does he base his plot-convenient estimation on? Most of whom were bitten became vampires within minutes. It has been argued that this may be a result from him being a priest. Even if that's the case, with no prior knowledge on vampirism Jacob has no reason at all to think that his faith will slow down the process of turning into a bloodsucker.
Corrected entry: After the first big battle in the Titty Twister, Richard Gecko transforms into a vampire. After a few lines of dialogue Richard is suddenly shown having another vampire face - more similar to the looks of his original character. A few seconds later he again has the gross vampire face.
Corrected entry: During the motel scene, Seth comes back in with bags of food and gives some to Richie, before asking where the woman hostage was. We see Richie chewing, then a split second later (shot is from behind), we can see Richie pick up a beer bottle and take a sip, but the very next shot (front view now), Richie is still chewing and holding the burger with two hands, and the beer bottle is not even visible.
Corrected entry: The holes in the walls where the light comes are already there, so as the sun comes up the sunlight will only come in on one side to start with. Also the time between the first ray of light and Seth and Kate leaving is not enough for outside to become that light after dawn.
Corrected entry: At the end, after Seth hands Kate the money, and before she drives away (how did she get the motorhome keys, anyway) the money is no longer in her hands. Does she drop it and refuse to take the stolen money, or is it just another continuity screw-up?
Corrected entry: When the war veteran is telling his Vietnam story to the remaining survivors, Sex Machine grabs him from behind and bites into his neck. Although if you look at the way everyone is standing there is NO WAY that he could get behind him without being seen by Seth, Jacob, Kate or Scott.
Corrected entry: Considering how many hundreds of bats were trying to bust into the bar, there's an awful lot of empty space to move around in and turn your back on. Since the vampires' human forms are bigger than the bats and the swarm of bats filled the hall nicely, that bar ought to be packed wall to wall.
Corrected entry: In the end Kate is shooting holes in the walls in order to let the sun shine in. Then, sunbeams come in from all sides. That´s impossible. The sun, especially in the morning, is shining in only one direction.
Corrected entry: In Quentin Tarantino's original script Jacob kills Salma Hayek and saves Seth this way. But this was changed and Seth kills her himself. After the battle Jacob says something about that he rescued Seth although he could let him die. This makes no sense after the scene was changed.
Corrected entry: In the climactic fight scene towards the end of the movie, Kate fights with a crossbow that has seven arrows. Throughout the entire scene, the bow always has seven arrows, as if she retrieved them after shooting them.