Revealing mistake: It is obvious a dummy was used when Steve is thrown from his easy chair into the kitchen cabinet.
Continuity mistake: When the family escapes from the garage after the chainsaw has cut up the car and left a huge scratch in the windscreen, we get a front view as they drive and talk. The screen is clear; no scratch.
Taylor: Children have fought wars, have built nations. They are strong and have courage, don't treat them any less than that because they're young.
Trivia: The "vomit monster" that is seen waddling about on the floor before turning to look at Steve and Diane, was actually played by a triple-amputee named Noble Craig. Craig had lost both of his legs and one of his arms in Vietnam, and specialized in portraying creatures in films thanks to his unique body.
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