Tales from the Darkside: The Movie

Plot hole: In "Cat from Hell" the cat latches onto Carolyn's face and digs its claws into her, leaving bloody scratches over her face. However Drogan states that the coroner said she died of natural causes.

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Plot hole: In "Lot 249" both Andy and Susan are knocked over on the stairs by the mummy, but have no clue as to who it was. Later in the film Susan is able to distinguish who killed Lee due to the mummy's stink of old spice and flowers.

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Plot hole: In the third story, "A Lover's Vow", Carola tells Preston that she was able to get his artwork exhibited at a very prestigious art gallery. At the end of the story, it's revealed that Carola is the very gargoyle that killed Preston's friend and swore him to silence. A very big mystery how a gargoyle, posing as a human, would have any connections to an art gallery at all.

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In "Cat from Hell" the cat crawls back out of Halston's mouth after the clock strikes twelve at Drogans return. As it exits, the mouth and face collapses and is quite obviously made of rubber.

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George A. Romero wrote the screenplay for the segment "Cat From Hell," so director John Harrison put two references to Romero's work into this film as a kind of payment. In "Lot 249" when Lee is lying on the couch and the TV is on, it is playing Dawn of the Dead. Later on in the film, in "Cat from Hell," Halston is shown watching the Vampire classic, Martin, directed by Romero.

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