When Peyton/Darkman is showing Bridget how the liquid skin works, he drips a small amount onto his burnt finger, and it solidifies. However, when he drops it onto his finger, it magically shapes itself into a replica of a perfect, undamaged finger. This makes no sense, as it is simply a liquid and is not being molded by any forces. Hence, it should not look like a perfect finger.
Was filmed back-to-back with "Darkman II" over a two-month period in 1993. The two films were put on hold after filming until the studio could find a proper release-window. Later on, "Darkman II" was finally completed and released in 1995, while this third film was released one year later.