Visible crew/equipment: In the second scene where the main character approaches the car, there's the filming crew visible in the right corner of the car's bumper. (00:02:30)


Continuity mistake: The subject of the email from Barry S. first reads "we need you", but after opening it reads "RE: No subject" (00:11:00)

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Suggested correction: If no subject is given the first sentence of the E-mail will be displayed instead. RE: No Subject means it's a reply to an earlier E-mail that also lacked a subject.

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Character mistake: The Master of Psychology Degree from Tulane University has a spelling mistake. School of Political Sciences is spelt 'Scineces'. (00:54:05)

Continuity mistake: Late in the film, after The Beast emerges, he partially devours two of the young girls like a ravenous animal; yet, when he catches up to the third girl, Casey, a few moments later, The Beast has no blood on his face, body or hands. Furthermore, when The Beast corners Casey in the cage, he presses his face between the bars, and we see no blood on his face. The camera cuts to Casey then back to The Beast, and now streams of blood are running from his mouth and down his chin. The camera cuts to Casey and back to The Beast once more, and now we see no blood on his face.

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Continuity mistake: When Hedwig is dancing in his room he stops the music and opens the lid of the recorder, but in the next shot the lid is closed.


Continuity mistake: The Beast bends the bars, but when Casey is found, the bars are normal.

Factual error: The girls are looking through a rather wide gap between the door and the door-sill. If a gap were that wide the door lock would not be very secure, and just a little force would open it. (00:19:25)


Dr. Fletcher: There must be limits to what a human being can become.

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Trivia: The music that begins in the final scene with Kevin and proceeds into the last sequence in the diner with Bruce Willis is actually the main theme to the film "Unbreakable", and is meant to be a subtle audible cue to help cement the fact that the films are connected.

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