Miscellaneous The virus attacks a room full of fourth graders. But they are the only kids we ever see in the movie - supposedly this is a K-6 school building, but there doesn't appear to be any children from lower or higher grades around
Factual Mistake A police car would normally have a barrier between the front and back seats. Therefore the scene where the girl attacks the cop from the backseat is incorrect. She wouldn't be able to do this
Continuity When Rebekkah talks to Clint in the teacher's lounge, the rape button is in her right jacket pocket. When we see her teaching, the button is in her left jacket pocket
Continuity The power has been cut to the school, yet the vending machine still works
Kate Flannery and Rainn Wilson are regulars on "The Office"
In one scene, a child is riding a tricycle that resembles Billy the Puppet's tricycle in the 'Saw' franchise. Leigh Whannell, who plays Doug, is the co-creator of Saw (2004)
When the teachers enter Danville, for a quick second you can see the movie poster of "Cooties" on the wall of the Movie Theater they pass. It's one of a lollipop
The photo featured in the beginning of the film inside Clint's (Elijah Wood) bedroom is actually a picture of Elijah Wood when he was younger
This was the second time that 'Elijah Wood' fought monsters in a school. The first one was The Faculty
The scene where a girl rides into a room on a tricycle appears to be a reference to the character, Billy, from the Saw franchise, also written by Leigh Whannell
There's a short scene after the credits
A certain point in the film, Rain Wilson's character (Wade) insults Clint (Elijah Wood) by calling him a Hobbit. A Hobbit is the race Elijah Wood played in the Lord of the Rings trilogy
Several movie and video game references are in the film. Lord of the Rings, Aliens. Resident Evil, State of Decay, Terminator
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