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...E tu vivrai nel terrore! L'aldilà (1981) Poster

Goofs

Character error 

Emily states that Schweick was killed in his room. He was first attacked in his room but then carried down to the basement and actually killed there.
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Audio/visual unsynchronised 

When Liza and John are in the basement of the hotel after the zombie shoot out, Liza says "We're under the hotel." and "What's happening? Why are we here?". On both occasions, her mouth doesn't move at all.
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Character error 

When the corpse of the artist is in the autopsy room, the assistant says, "He's in amazingly good shape for a corpse that's supposedly been dead for six years," when he should have said sixty years.
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Continuity 

The position of the painter's hands as he is crucified.
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When the plumber "Joe" is in the basement, he starts to chisel out part of the wall right about forehead level. The next shot "Joe" is crawling into the large hole that he has made but has to duck really low to get through the space.
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Errors in geography 

This movie is set in the basement of a house in New Orleans, Louisiana. However, New Orleans is below sea level and no houses there have basements.
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Miscellaneous 

When Warbeck and MacColl enters the elevator at the hospital when they are escaping from the zombies Warbeck starts to reload his gun. Just before the elevator doors close we can clearly see that he put the bullets down the gun barrel as a joke and both him and MacColl starts to laugh.
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In the credits, the character of Joe the Plumber is erroneously credited to actor Giovanni de Nava. Joe the Plumber was actually played by Tonino Pulci. Giovanni de Nava played the Zombie version of Schweick.
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John fires nine shots from his Colt .357 Python revolver before it is empty. This pistol only holds six rounds.
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Revealing mistakes 

When the corpse of the artist is in the autopsy room you can clearly see it blink.
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Sign outside the morgue reads "Do Not Entry".
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When a man is stabbed in the face by pieces of broken glass, it's an obvious dummy.
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