When the ice cream man is approaching, the camera alternates between the characters watching the truck and the truck coming closer. After a shot of Jeep and Charlie looking out the window, the ice cream truck is shown from the front. While the truck is facing the camera, the silhouette of the ice cream man can be seen in the passenger seat turning a steering wheel, facing to the right, instead of in the driver's seat facing forward.
When the old grandma toward the beginning of the movie bites Howard's neck, Kyle rushes over to help and starts to take off his scarf to apply pressure to the neck. When the next scene pops up, the scarf has turned into a napkin. The next scene shows it again as a scarf.
When you first see the truck carrying the pipes which the view is from the back of the truck looking forward you can see two stacks of pipes on the back of the truck. But when you see a shot of the truck later there is only one stack of pipes.
In the final fight scene between Michael and Gabriel, Michael is knocked onto the glass counter top with his gun just within reach. As he grabs the gun Gabriel drop his spike anvil smashing the glass but in the next shot when Michael stands back up and the counter glass is intact.
When the old woman Gladys walks into the diner, according to the contrasting light and the shadows upon her entrance, the inside of the diner is dark in two different takes (the lights have been cut off). When the scene changes to show the others turning to see her approach, the lights are back on.
When Jeep, Charlie, Audrey and the newborn are instructed by Michael to leave the diner, they get into the vehicle and are seen moving slowly through the crowd of people, who part to let them pass. The problem here, however, is that, though the vehicle is moving forward, the camera shot (through the driver-side window focusing on the rear-view mirror), shows the people in the mirror as going from left to right with the cars movement, which indicates that the vehicle was moving backwards when the shot was filmed.