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Through out the movie they simulate splices in the film, sometimes in key places like people's names. In movie projectors, the sound head is in a different location than the shutter/lens area and so the sound is a foot or two ahead of the picture frame that it corresponds with, so a splice will show a flicker then a second later hit the sound head and play static. In the movie, the sound and visual affects of the splice are simultaneous.
When the first girls are driving to the lake, Jungle Julia Lucai calls a station to play a song by Dave Dee Dozy Beaky Mick and Tich. But, whenever she says their names, she incorrectly calls Mick, Mitch.
When the girls are at the table in the café eating, Zoë Bell is seen to take a small piece of food on her fork. She then chews it for a second and swallows, then carries on chewing with nothing in her mouth. She then dips the fork back to her plate not lifting anything and putting the fork to her mouth and begins to chew again with nothing in her mouth.
In the scene at the Chili Parlor, Warren buys the girls a round of shots. They slam the shots, exchange some banter, then Butterfly says she is going out to have a cigarette. She clearly taps a smoke out of the pack, grabs the lighter, and begins to stand. Then, there is a quick close up of a hand grabbing the smokes and lighter off of the table, which is already in Butterfly's hand.
During the final chase, both cars are seen to overtake the same cars more than once In particular you see Stuntman Mike pass the silver VW to the left, then the brown Ford to the right. Moments later, an overhead shot shows him passing both the VW and Ford again, but this time to the right, therefore confirming this isn't just different camera angles being shown.
Crew or equipment visible
Errors in geography
The second group of females stop at a gas station/convenience store in Lebanon, Tennessee to get "vodka and sugar-free Red Bull." This would be an impossible feat because blue laws in the state of Tennessee prohibit the sale of liquor and wine in grocery and convenience stores. Only beer can be sold outside of an alcoholic beverage commission licensed liquor store. The convenience store was obviously not in Tennessee because of the liquor and wine signs plastered on the building.
The driving scene through South Austin, when the girls are en route to Guero's, contains dozens of continuity flaws. The scene was filmed along a three-mile stretch of Austin's Congress and S. Congress Avenues. Although ostensibly a continuous conversation, the backgrounds at different shooting angles change back and forth from the northbound to southbound lanes on Congress and S. Congress, and to parts of the street miles apart.
In the movie, the Challenger has window frames, which they hook the belts to that Zoë Bell holds onto while riding on the hood. Dodge Challengers do not have window frames like this. They were apparently added to prep the car for the sequence. You can also see the roll bar in several scenes.
Incorrectly regarded as goofs
The film pays homage to the slasher, exploitation and muscle car films of the 1970s, and at 1hr 1min a character talks about going online (internet). However, this film is obviously not set in the 1970s; the presence of 2007-era cell phones as well as consumer products such as Red Bull (created in 1987, first sold in the US in 1997) and clothing styles of the early 2000s is evidence of this.