The Conjuring

Other mistake: The clocks as we learn later in the film stop at 03:07 due to that being the time the witch died. However, the grandfather clock we see for the first time has stopped at 03:07. We then see it stop at 03:07 the next night too. However the minute hand is in a different spot to when it first stopped - it should have stopped at precisely the same point.

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Other mistake: When we first see the Warrens' home, the title card spells it Warren's. As it's the home of more than one Warren, the apostrophe should be at the end.

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