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Character error 

Adelaide struggled to reach the fireplace poker (when handcuffed to the table) despite the table being light enough to push/drag closer to the fireplace.
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Continuity 

After Abraham tries on Gabe's glasses, he takes them off but we never see Gabe get them back. Gabe is wearing them in the next scene.
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When Gabe was talking to Abby in their bedroom, he was in his plaid shorts. Then Jason got to tell them about the outsiders, they moved right away to the front door. Gabe was already in his trousers when he got out.
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Miscellaneous 

The VHS tape of C.H.U.D. seen in the opening is the Starmaker release from 1993, and the opening is set in 1986.
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Revealing mistakes 

When young Adelaide entered the house of mirrors on the beach, it suddenly began raining. However, the wooden deck at the entrance was already entirely drenched, presumably from previous takes.
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Spoilers

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Revealing mistakes 

when Adelaide stabs Red, the poker pierces Red and comes out the backside, but Red's jumper is not ripped in the way a two-pronged poker would have ripped it. (The hole was very small.)
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