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- This is Eli Roth's first film to not be rated R, first adaptation of a literary work, his first Gothic work, and his first family film.
- On the cinema marquee is Spaceman from Pluto. This is what the head of Universal, [?] Sid Sheinberg in 1985 wanted to call Back to the Future (1985). Shienberg was persuaded to change his mind by a response memo from Steven Spielberg thanking him for the wonderful joke.
- While talking to Lewis about how she lost her magic and family Zimmerman's arm is shown and a tattoo is visible implying that she was in a concentration camp.