Corrected entry: In the scene where Lily's eyes are cut out, nobody says a word, yet in the flashback, one of the gang members is screaming "Yeah, cut her eyes out."
Corrected entry: The words that the kids spray-painted on Jimmy's trailer disappear a few scenes later.
Corrected entry: The main character from the "Wicked Prayer" comic book was changed from a woman to a man for this adaptation.
Corrected entry: You can tell many shots of Luc and Jimmy fighting at the end are being repeated from different angles and not for effect.
Corrected entry: You can see the giant crow statue at Rave-N-Fest drops about three or four times between cuts, and it doesn't seem to be intentional cutting.
Corrected entry: When Jimmy is burying Lily, you can hear the same few sound effects of dirt being moved by the shovel over and over and over again.
Corrected entry: When Jimmy gets in his car, it is suddenly near a field of wheat that was not around Jimmy's trailer before.
Corrected entry: Jimmy throws the toaster at the crow after being brought back, and you can see the toaster hit the spot exactly where the crow was before the next cut where the crow flies away.
Corrected entry: When Lo cuts out Lily's eyes and recites the passage, we see a door opens by itself. In one shot you can see a rectangular shape inside the door's window that was not there in previous shots. Likely some sort of device to help open it.