The Monster Squad

Continuity mistake: When fat kid is confronted by the Gillman and has picked up the shotgun, he looks inside and sees E.J. and another kid hiding behind the counter. Fat kid begs them to let him in. E.J. and the other kid shake their heads no and lower themselves behind the counter. A few seconds later, a distant shot shows the two shaking their heads and lowering themselves behind the counter again.

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Continuity mistake: When the monster squad first encounter the Mummy, Sean mentions it is 20 minutes till midnight. A few other scenes happen next before the boys arrive at Times Square. However, the clock in Times Square shows only a few minutes have passed.

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Continuity mistake: Phoebe is on the left side of the park bench as she watches Frankenstein fly into the portal. Just before it closes, you see Phoebe move to the very left side behind the bench. When it cuts back to the close-up of her crying, she's back where she originally was.

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Continuity mistake: When Wolfman throws one officer toward a car, the officer is shown leading with his left shoulder but in the next shot, which is a close up of impact, he hits with the right shoulder.

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In the mansion, the boys open a secret passage and fall through the floor. They scream after shining a flashlight on a skeleton. Eugene then can be heard whining that he wants to go home, but his mouth is not moving.

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Trivia

When Dracula grabs Phoebe and she screams, that was a real reaction from her because she was afraid of him when he was in full make-up.

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