Corrected entry: After trying to devise a plan to get rid of the "evidence", Burt runs up metal stairs and peeps out the window looking over in the direction of the cemetery and confirms Ernie Kaltenbrunner is still working. The lights in the funeral home were all off except for the embalming room where Ernie was working. As seen through the entire film the cemetery main gate seems to be the primary entrance onto the Resurrection Funeral Home property. In order to carry the evidence on a stretcher to the funeral home Frank, Freddie and Burt would have had to walk though the cemetery in order to get to the embalming room entrance and would have run into the punks and their party.
Corrected entry: During the beginning of the film, Frank is giving Freddie a tour of the warehouse. Frank explains that Freddie was in for a rare treat because they had a supply of split dogs. The warehouse was equipped with a freezer room where the dogs should have been kept. The dogs would have rotted and decayed on the shelf at room temperature where they were stored.
Corrected entry: After Trash is killed, she is walking up the street towards the homeless guy with the shopping cart. Notice that she is not wearing her "zombie FX" until they show her up close biting into the homeless guy.
Corrected entry: The door to the freezer, where the first zombie is trapped, says "DO NOT OPEN THIS DOOR".
Corrected entry: Of the main characters that are "eaten" by the zombies, Suicide, Trash, and Scuz, only Trash comes back as a zombie.
Corrected entry: The Tar Man, who shows up throughout the movie, goes through 3 distinctly different voices, one for each scene: one is low and gurgly, one is high-pitched, and one is extremely low. This same zombie also takes a few breaths when he tries to pull the door of the cabinet Tina is hiding in, and proceeds to stop breathing for the rest of the movie.