Corrected entry: How does Alex suddenly know that the werewolf cornered by the police was David? For all everyone else knew, it was just a giant, bloodthirsty mad dog. Not to mention, throughout the movie until that point, she didn't even believe in David's ramblings about being a werewolf.Joey221995
Corrected entry: When David goes on his first rampage as a werewolf he attacks a man and his fiancee. When the werewolf is shown ripping the man open, you can see the dead man blink.
Corrected entry: The doctor and nurse state to David that he's been unconscious for several weeks when he wakes up from his coma (after the attack by the werewolf in Yorkshire). He is in an ordinary bed, in an ordinary (hospital) room. How was he fed, how was he given fluids? There are no signs of intravenous fluids and/or nasogastric tubes (a small tube inserted via the nose all the way into the stomach to help feed (semi) comatose patients). He in fact just moves and acts as if he has been asleep for only one night.
Corrected entry: When the two Americans are walking on the moors, their shadows are always in front of them, despite them having changed direction numerous times. Additionally, with the moon always being behind them, how are their faces being lit?
Corrected entry: On the DVD re-issue, when David sees Jack outside the porn theater (chapter 17) the sign above Jack reads, "See You Next Wednesday" (a John Landis in joke). But the Spanish subtitle reads "See You Next THURSDAY". For any of you that know Spanish, Wednesday is MIERCOLES, not JUEVES. (01:21:37)
Corrected entry: When David first transforms into the werewolf in Alex's lounge room, we see him after the transformation roaring at the camera and we get a good look at the wolf's face. Yet for some reason when David turns into the wolf at the end, his face looks completely different and nothing like before. Guess the makeup guy couldn't decide.Gavin Jackson
Corrected entry: When the two men are attacked on the moors they are obviously fully clothed with big puffa jackets on. You even see a shot of Jack lying on the ground dead, with blood everywhere and all over his jacket. In the next scene where David is lying injured next to Jack, he looks round and Jack is completely naked from the waist up. His clothes have just disappeared.pierpp
Corrected entry: David is in the flat after Alex has gone to work and switches the TV on. He flicks through the channels, where the BBC1 test card is showing. Surely it being a Saturday, "Saturday Superstore" or "Swap Shop" would have been on. How do we know it's Saturday? On the third channel is an advert for the "News Of The World".
Corrected entry: How does David (as a werewolf) get out of the flat without doing any damage? Alex is home when he gets back in the morning and doesn't say anything along the lines of, "How did the door get ripped off its hinges?"
Corrected entry: The first time David sees Jack's corpse, it's over 2 weeks since the attack and Jack looks like a fresh kill. Over the next 2 days, however, Jack rots faster than meat in a Food Lion's butcher section display case.
Corrected entry: In the whole film David's relatives don't seem to bother to visit/contact him after this nasty ordeal of an attack in Yorkshire which left his friend dead. We know he has been there at least a month given the next full moon which triggers the events of the London Werewolf.
Corrected entry: When the man in the bowler hat arrives at the London Underground station he is subsequently attacked by the werewolf. The whole station is empty. This is 'Tottenham Court Road' station in the heart of London near Oxford St. and Soho. Hundreds of travellers pass the corridors of this station every minute virtually 24-7, yet the man in the bowler hat is the only person present.
Corrected entry: There is no explanation why David transferred to a hospital in London even though the attack took place in Yorkshire.
Corrected entry: In the scene where the doctor visits the slaughtered Lamb Pub it is raining. The doctor pulls his coat up over his head and dashes into the pub. After his drink he has an umbrella - did he steal it from someone in the pub?