Low Cow

10th Apr 2012

Hobgoblins (1988)

Revealing mistake: When McCreedy flashes back to when he first saw the Hobgoblins, the magazine he is reading in the flashback obviously has no pages. You can tell when he closes it and sits it down that that the inside covers are blank too.

Low Cow

17th Nov 2009

Saw III (2006)

Revealing mistake: When Jigsaw is coughing up blood, the tube pumping the blood is visible. Look near his thigh. You can even see some red liquid oozing up. (Only visible in widescreen.) (00:38:20)

Low Cow

9th Nov 2009

Saw III (2006)

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Suggested correction: First of all, she doesn't fall to the ground. She stumbles after being shot and then slowly collapses to a seated position. There is also no dummy being used, as Shawnee Smith's face is visible in every shot of her until she dies.

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29th Oct 2009

Pi (1998)

Revealing mistake: When Max meets Lenny in the coffee shop, there is a McDonald's logo on the cream he opens. In some shots it's visible and others it's covered by white tape.

Low Cow

21st Oct 2009

The Truman Show (1998)

Revealing mistake: If you look in Truman's car's mirror when he is backing up from the traffic jam, wires can be seen wrapped around his car.

Low Cow

8th Sep 2009

Thumbtanic (2002)

2nd Sep 2009

Shorts (2009)

1st Sep 2009

Titanic (1997)

Revealing mistake: As the Titanic is leaving you can see the news guy holding a hand cranked camera. He's cranking it left-handed, but all hand-cranked cameras are right handed. Either a construction mistake or revealing that the shot was flipped - a mistake either way. (00:25:50)

Low Cow

30th Aug 2009

Surf Ninjas (1993)

Revealing mistake: When they are surfing using the boards they cut from the trees, you can see the ankle cuffs on the boards, clipped on to the actors. They didn't cut the ankle cuffs as seen earlier and when they are running to the sea they don't have cuffs either.

Low Cow

22nd Aug 2009

BASEketball (1998)

Revealing mistake: During the Unsolved Mysteries scene, a man is about to play solitaire. Look at the screen, though. It's already dragging cards around.

Low Cow

Revealing mistake: When the Cybernetic ghost says "There's no way to stop it," he moves his head a bit and you can see part of his neck piece is missing.

Low Cow

Revealing mistake: Meatwad and Shake get booted off the computer by Frylock so he can find instructions to the Insane-O-Flex. Watch the computer monitor. It rumbles, but the logo on it stays still.

Low Cow

Revealing mistake: In "Wonderful, Wonderful Day" there are live birds flying on the set, but they were confused by the backdrop and several crash into it. (The director acknowledges this in a documentary.)

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Revealing mistake: The magazines in the Wheelers' living room, and Frank's Berlitz guidebook, are dog-eared and browned. They're probably from 1955, but they look like they're 50 or 60 years old.

Low Cow

23rd Jul 2009

Freddy Vs. Jason (2003)

Revealing mistake: When Freddy is about to kill Gibb, the claw near the top right that is in the locker bends like rubber.

Low Cow

Revealing mistake: Whenever someone takes drugs and their pupils "dilate" you can see that it's a normal eye being distorted by a computer because the arc of reflected light also is distorted.

Low Cow

Revealing mistake: Before Judas commits suicide he puts his hands to his face and you can see that the makeup on his right hand is peeling away.

Low Cow

Revealing mistake: When Majestic is discussing killing the police to Marcus, the shot of the Uptown station house has the same figure ascending its steps in both shots, revealing that one shot was used twice instead of actually using two separate shots of the same location.

Low Cow

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