Corrected entry: In the scene where Flagg is freeing Lloyd from prison, Randall Flagg extends his right hand, palm up, to Lloyd in a wide shot. Cut to closeup of Flagg's left hand (not right) holding a key that turns to a black stone. Cut back to 2-shot of Flagg and Lloyd with Flagg's right hand once again extended. Lloyd attempts to take the stone from Flagg's right hand.
Corrected entry: In the scene where the power station is turned back on, they show several electrical things turn on by themselves. The third thing they show start up is a dryer in a laundromat. This wouldn't start for 2 reasons. One, the timing mechanism would have timed out months before. And, 2, the dryer would need its start button held in while the motor started up.
Corrected entry: When the crazy-man that says the end is coming dies in Arizona, his body ends up in New York
Corrected entry: At both the first town meeting and when the power first gets switched on, Harold is shown to be unhappy and brooding in all his close-ups, but in crowd shots he's smiling and excited.
Corrected entry: In many scenes throughout the movie, there are corpses strewn about. The only people who die instantly were the ones in the Army lab, the rest suffered from the flu for 3-4 days before dying. It makes sense for people to die in their cars while fleeing cities but, for example, there is a corpse sitting on a tractor when the four men are walking to Vegas, and a scene with a diner filled with corpses. With people dying everywhere and everyone is sick, no one will be drinking coffee or plowing fields.