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Jump to: Character error (1)  | Continuity (13)  | Factual errors (8)  | Plot holes (1)  | Revealing mistakes (1)  | Spoilers (3)

Character error 

(at around 18 mins) Immediately after Blaire unfriends Laura it says that they are friends again. If you look when Blaire types "problem solved" in iMessage to Mitch, it says Friends instead of "add friend".
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Continuity 

(at around 12 mins) At the beginning when Blaire is messaging Mitch, 2 messages in a row disappear, and they write more, then the 2 messages reappear in the correct place again.
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(at around 58 mins) Adam goes from holding up 3 fingers to 4 fingers then 3 again during the game "Never have I ever".
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(at around 50 mins) When Blaire forces her browser to quit, all windows displaying the YouTube video closed, but her original session remained open.
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(at around 1h 14 mins) On Blaire's Facebook page, the thumbnail of her friend Tony changes to a different person (Ryan) at the last shot of the page.
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The film is set on Blaire's laptop therefore her webcam should never buffer / jitter on her own screen - however, it does throughout the film.
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When looking at Blaire's past Facebook messages the dates change. Sometimes they are presented as Nov 20 or Dec 3, and at other times they are presented as 11/20/13 or 12/3/13.
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(at around 1 min) In the beginning of the movie, when Blaire watches the Laura Barns' suicide video on LiveLeak the timer under the video says that the video lasts 2:30 minutes, but when she puts the video on full screen. the timer says 1:59 instead of 2:30.
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(at around 43 mins) When Blaire looks at the Facebook relationship between her and Laura Barns, it says at the top of the screen "Friends since January". How would it be possible to add her on January when the film is set on the 1 year anniversary of her death on April 12, 2013?
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(at around 1h 10 mins) After Laura makes a new post with a picture of Jess, the date says it was posted in November when the movie takes place in April.
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Although Blaire is intended to be a senior in high school, her date of birth is given as February 22, 1994 on her Facebook which would make her 20 years at the time that the film takes place.
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(at around 36 mins) When Blaire is searching for the Police Scanner Codes, she says that code 5250 is Mental Case, while on the screen, she highlights 5150. (Mental case)
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(at around 1h 12 mins) At the end of the film, on Blaire's Facebook private messages area, a new person named Nelson appears as the 2nd last talked to, who did not appear at all prior to this point.
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Blaire has (1) other message on Facebook during the movie. However, toward the end before she blames Mitch, she has (99) other messages.
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Factual errors 

(at around 29 mins) Initially Blaire shares her entire screen to everyone to show the "EXPOSURE" link but she didn't unshare it and she still messages to Mitch privately. But since the screen is shared it should be visible to everyone.
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The film, which happens on a Monday, states that Laura Barns' date of death was the 12th of April 2013. If the film is set on the 1 year anniversary of her death, it should be a Saturday.
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(at around 50 mins) In the scene that shows a YouTube video, just before several more pop up and cannot be closed, the two time indicators (total video length and current position) both are changing. The display showing the total video length should not change as the video is played.
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(at around 38 mins) When the pictures where sent to Blair from Laura, the first picture, which was just under 1mb, took a lot longer to download than the second picture which was just over 1mb. With an internet connection being able to stream 6 calls at once, downloading a 1mb picture shouldn't take no time at all.
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(at around 50 mins) There are more more dislikes to the Laura Barns Kill Urself video than views.
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(at around 36 mins) When the group looks up Police Codes, 10-35 is Time Check and 10-36 is Confidential Information. In reality, 10-35 is Confidential Information and 10-36 is Time Check. They are swapped in the movie in error.
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(at around 37 mins) Blaire looks up what the police code called in when the cops arrive at Val's she says a 10-55 is a suicide which is wrong. A 10-55 is code for "Coroner Case", i.e. a dead body. The code for a suicide is 10-56.
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Whenever Laura sends a message to Blaire in Facebook, it appears as a new message in Blaire's screen rather than a continuation to the previous ones.
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Plot holes 

The video that caused Laura Barns to commit suicide shouldn't even be on YouTube in the first place as one of the policies on YouTube is for bullying.
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Revealing mistakes 

(at around 36 mins) When Blaire opens up her browser to look up police radio codes, the link is purple while the rest are blue, meaning that she's already been to the web link before in this browser cache cycle, but it is unlikely she had any reason to ever do that before.
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Spoilers

The goof items below may give away important plot points.

Continuity 

Jess' initial Skype photo begins as her Facebook profile picture right up until Ken's death when Blaire recalls the group after being disconnected by billie227, her Skype display photo then changes to a picture of her in a red dress, with black sunglasses and standing in her bedroom. However when Jess is being attacked and killed by Laura as billie227 recalls Blaire and Mitch her Skype display photo switches back to her Facebook profile picture.
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Plot holes 

(at around 1h 9 mins) Jess Felton meets her demise by Laura Barns via the forced insertion of her own turned on hair straightener iron in her throat. However the hair straightener itself, on and introduced during the add in of her, Adam and Ken to Blaire and Mitch's private Skype Chat, establishes the hair straightener as being set up in Jess' bedroom near her computer. Jess is killed via the straightener after fleeing to her bedroom's en-suite bathroom and locking herself in there, thus implying that Laura upon possessing Jess in the bathroom had her return to the bedroom, unplug her straightener and return to the en-suite bathroom to plug it in again at the siding of the toilet and begin her asphyxiation and immolation. However with the time frame between her disconnection from the group chat and Laura Skype account to call back Blaire and Mitch it was only a matter of minutes before of all this occurred not leaving Laura the time-frame in Jess' body for her to kill her in such fashion.
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Revealing mistakes 

(at around 1h 16 mins) At the end, as Blaire's laptop is being pushed down, it is clearly a male figure doing so before it disappears into the dark then right after that Laura Barns appears screaming. So who is the male figure? The male figure is also clearly wearing jeans and t-shirt while when Laura Barns comes in nothing is covering her.
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