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  • When Brandon sleepwalks to the window the night he tries to break into the barn basement, his bedsheet drags behind him. In the next shot when he gets ready to jump out the window, the bedsheet is gone.
  • Young Brandon Breyer (Jackson A. Dunn) is shown in video flashbacks growing up with his adoptive parents. He looks to be about five or six years old when he's helping his father complete a construction project on the farm. Immediately after, the title card reads "Ten Years Later," when Brandon is said to be only twelve years old. Ten years after the last shot of him in the home video, he should be around fifteen or sixteen years old.
  • The lighting (not the supernatural parts) in the barn sequences is all wrong. In numerous shots you can see the building's light fittings and none of them are ever turned on. All the scene lighting is clearly from the set lights. It comes from completely different positions and has a colour and focus you wouldn't get from the basic incandescent fittings shown.
  • When Kyle and Brandon are talking after fixing the door. He has two pieces of candy Gives one to Brandon. Next scene still has two and when he opens and puts one in his mouth he only had the one.
  • When Brandon is asked to mow the lawn, he goes to start the mower but you can clearly see the type of push mower needs a gas bar on the handle but it isn't there.
  • After the father son camping trip, there is a scene where Brandon is on the phone with Tori where Brandon is staring out over a vista. You can clearly tell it is not Brandon as the hand is of that of a fully grown man.
  • In the school counselor's office, there is a poster stating "The world is your oyster," but the art shows the Earth inside an oyster, so the picture depicts the world as the pearl, not the oyster.


  • The scene when Brandon flies into the clouds with his mother Tori, before dropping her to die. It is impossible for an ordinary human to survive that altitude without oxygen.
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