Hellraiser: Deader

Hellraiser: Deader (2005)

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Corrected entry: Although the paper is based in London, the money in the envelope that Charles gives to Amy is American currency.

Correction: American money is more commonly accepted throughout Eastern Europe than British Pounds, or even the Euro. Some places will not even exchange other currencies than American for the local currency. Since she is traveling to Romania, her boss likely knows that American is much easier to exchange than any other currency, so gives her US dollars.

Corrected entry: The bribe that Amy gives to the landlord in Romania is in American currency.

Correction: American money is more commonly accepted throughout Eastern Europe than British Pounds, or even the Euro. Some places will not even exchange other currencies than American for the local currency. In Russia for instance, even though businesses are required by law to take only rubles, most places will gladly accept US dollars.

Continuity mistake: After Amy stabs the knife into the table next to the bed, it changes position in following shots.

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Question: How come only a select few people are supposed to be able to open the box (the ritual leader not being one of them) but it managed to open just by Amy throwing it across the room at the end? In the past movies also, anyone who gets their hands on the cube seem to have little or no trouble opening it.

Answer: There is no logical answer to this. This should just be added to the mistake section.

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