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[quote]when did Rabbit found it? I guess he didn't start searching the home after he killed Bob...[/quote] When Bob goes back into the house to kill Angie, Rabbit tries to find something to open the door. He first tries a tool that breaks when trying to force the door then he goes back inside the cab, opens the trunk and searches it. If you look closely, he empties a bag that was kept inside the truck and that is full of letters. If you look even closely, you'll see that one of the envelopes is identical to the one that his father's new wife is holding while sitting in the stairs near the end. [url]https://i.imgur.com/KuC2NWV.jpg[/url] [url]https://i.imgur.com/B5XOnJm.jpg[/url] I'm repeating from another comment I made. (SPOILERS AHEAD) On episode 3, when Ryan is shot in the school, Spears seem to know that both him and Rose have to go before he turns. However, he could have easily finished him by shooting him in the head while he could, which would have avoided the following nonsense sequence of running around and shooting randomly. Also, when Spears fought the "real Spears" soldier in the bathroom to escape, he cleanly shots him in the head. It seemed that he already knew that you don't need to get bitten in order to be infected, if you die, you turn (which feels like a stolen idea from "The Walking Dead"). It also made clear that a shot in the head is enough and that no massive head trauma is needed in order to kill one of those things (otherwise the soldier would have turned). On the other hand, Spears could have killed Patrick with a head shot, but he doesn't, so... The show doesn't seem to follow a logic. So, while you're right about the difficulty of shooting a moving target in the head, there are plenty of situations where you actually can avoid that (even avoiding the waste of ammo, if you finish someone who is dying/just died by a big head trauma -fire extinguisher in the case of Ryan, for example-). Anywhere but inside the school. (SPOILERS AHEAD) On episode 3, when Ryan is shot in the school, Spears seem to know that both him and Rose have to go before he turns. However, he could have easily finished him by shooting him in the head while he could, which would have avoided the following nonsense sequence of running around and shooting randomly. The whole episode was stupid, on a survival point of view. One of the things I would have done after the kid shot Ryan and they just turn around and run (they know he would turn) is to carefully aim and shoot as many of them I could on the back (I know, I know, they would turn, but I would hope that they just create havoc around the school for the rest of kids, too). Another thing that crossed my mind when they escaped the building is "I would burn that whole school to the ground, with all those little fuck*rs inside", especially when I saw that in the final sequence they left the door open again, "resetting" the trap for new victims. Oh boy, that episode made me angry. By the way, it's quite obvious that they stole the whole "you don't need to get bitten in order to be infected, if you die, you turn" from "The Walking Dead". I would like to know, too.. I've searched online and I've only found the movie released as a 79 minutes cut. I've also watched the trailer and I couldn't seem to find any scenes that I hadn't already seen in the movie. So... I don't know. Maybe the long, 90-something minutes long version was screened only at Sundance? I only found this interview [url]https://horrornews.net/99837/interview-jose-manuel-cravioto-director-bound-for-vengeance/[/url] which contains this: [quote]Jose- We changed a lot of things during the process. The “last house” is not on the original screen play because we added some elements like Phil’s family, the boyfriend. There is a little scene with the boyfriend and we explored more with the boyfriend. An example the bigger footage with the boyfriend, we would shoot that after we finished the film in the first cut. We liked to add that element. The “last house” scene was a new story that we added for a more complex character with Phil and his family.[/quote] I don't understand how or why they edited down the footage if they already had to film extra scenes (boyfriend, "last house") for the final cut. Which, by the way, would explain why the editing is so sloppy. A millennial living without Internet? Nonsense. And what about the phone? Well, she belches once after the party night with her friend.... Besides, princesses don't fart. Here, let me help you... http://bfy.tw/MZJs It definitely was the guy at the bar, but not the one who took the photo, the first guy the asked and looked quite surprised (like he had been caught red handed). Thanks for pointing out that there was a credits scene. A couple of interesting details from it: the stalker left the tape and a syringe on the floor. So she was definitely drugged and abducted from her flat. I reviewed the last scene and he didn't seem to wear any gloves or mask, so I would expect the cops to find lots of fingerprints, fibers and DNA at the "crime" scene. Especially when he left items behind. I haven't reviewed the scenes were he broke into the apartment to check if he was wearing gloves. View all replies >