Plot hole: When Rosemary discovers the side door to the church and a plastic knock, from an arrow, on the floor, she jumps to the conclusion that the arrow was shot from the side door. This all makes sense - this knowledge is how they catch Mr Danvers - but there are too many branches from the Yew tree to make this possible.
Continuity mistake: There are two things going on at once - Mr Danvers and the girls are at the Danvers house while the archery lesson is going on - but suddenly they merge, with Mr Danvers and the girls at the archery lesson, which, time wise, isn't possible.
Other mistake: When Malcolm is found dead with an arrow in his chest, the arrow is pointing down at an angle, which means it came from someone high up, but, later, we find out it came from someone of around the same height and standing on the ground, not high up on a ladder, or on a rooftop, which it should be, to get that angle.
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