Jack Vaughan

13th May 2021

Urban Gothic (2000)

9th May 2021

Puppet Master (1989)

Visible crew/equipment: Near the end, when Alex kicks Neil into the elevator, you can see the hands of a crew member throwing the elevator doors shut, not the puppet. (01:14:13)

Jack Vaughan

9th May 2021

Puppet Master (1989)

Visible crew/equipment: At the beginning of the movie, when the two assassins get out of the car, you can see crew members (filming from a low angle for Blade's POV) reflected in the car door as it opens. (00:04:47)

Jack Vaughan

9th May 2021

Puppet Master (1989)

Continuity mistake: At the beginning of the movie, we see, from a POV shot, Blade running towards a road when the car carrying the two assassins pulls up in front of him and the two men get out. The shot then changes to an overhead view of the car. Blade should be visible in front of the car but isn't. (00:04:46)

Jack Vaughan

7th May 2021

The Prisoner (1967)

7th May 2021

The Prisoner (1967)

7th May 2021

The Prisoner (1967)

It's Your Funeral - S1-E11

Visible crew/equipment: At the end of the episode when Number 6 gives Number 2 the device and tells him to leave the island immediately you can see the shadow of the boom microphone on the stone wall behind them at the top right of the screen. (00:47:17)

Jack Vaughan

7th May 2021

The Prisoner (1967)

It's Your Funeral - S1-E11

Visible crew/equipment: Just before Number 6 and the woman break into her father's watch shop there is a shot of the shop's front door, as the camera moves in on the door you can see the face of the cameraman reflected in the door glass in the bottom right. (00:32:01)

Jack Vaughan

7th May 2021

The Prisoner (1967)

It's Your Funeral - S1-E11

Audio problem: During the scene when Number 6 warns Number 2 of a potential assassination attempt on him Number 2 brushes it off and says "it's the little watchmaker that concerns you" but his mouth does not match this. (00:29:43)

Jack Vaughan

7th May 2021

The Prisoner (1967)

6th May 2021

Salem's Lot (1979)

Revealing mistake: At the end of the movie, when Ben stakes vampire Susan in the heart, she throws her head back in pain and you can see her real teeth behind the fake vampire teeth.

Jack Vaughan

6th May 2021

Salem's Lot (1979)

Visible crew/equipment: When Ben is discussing Danny Glick's condition with Dr Norton, Susan walks in and says she and Ben are going out. Ben stands up and puts his jacket on and you can see the shadow of some equipment (probably the boom microphone) moving around on the wall at the upper left part of the screen. (01:15:59)

Jack Vaughan

30th Apr 2021

Bad Lieutenant (1992)

30th Apr 2021

Bad Lieutenant (1992)

Continuity mistake: At the end of the film LT parks his car behind a red and white street sign but when he gets back in (after putting the rapists on a bus) his car is now parked in front of the street sign. (01:27:11 - 01:31:08)

Jack Vaughan

30th Apr 2021

Bad Lieutenant (1992)

Other mistake: At the end of the film when LT get's the two rapists out of his car to walk them to the bus station you can see a yellow cab parked in front of LT's car - the driver can be seen looking straight at the camera and then waving at it. (01:27:12)

Jack Vaughan

30th Apr 2021

Bad Lieutenant (1992)

Other mistake: When LT is driving the two rapists to the bus station, he aims his gun at them threateningly and stops the car. Two women (obviously not extra's) walk past the car and look in and you can hear one of them say "they've got a camera." (01:26:31)

Jack Vaughan

30th Apr 2021

Bad Lieutenant (1992)

Other mistake: At the end of the film when LT marches the two rapists through the bus station you can see numerous bystanders staring straight in the direction of the camera, cast and crew. (01:28:03)

Jack Vaughan

30th Apr 2021

Bad Lieutenant (1992)

Other mistake: After LT gets the $30,000 off the drug dealer he goes to one of his girlfriend's apartments and as he walks through the bedroom the cameraman accidentally bumps into him. You can even hear it. (01:04:07)

Jack Vaughan

30th Apr 2021

Bad Lieutenant (1992)

Visible crew/equipment: After getting the $30,000 off the drug dealer LT is shown high and staggering around the dealer's apartment building. As he walks down the last flight of stairs you can see the camera's shadow fall across LT and the wall next to him. Also, at this point, a foot can be seen (possibly a crew member's) carefully moving out of the way on the floor above at the top left of the screen. (01:01:44)

Jack Vaughan

30th Apr 2021

Bad Lieutenant (1992)

Continuity mistake: During the infamous scene when LT assaults the two young women sat inside their car, the car window is open for the whole conversation, however when LT is shown masturbating the car window is rolled up. (00:33:58)

Jack Vaughan

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