- Grace's odd reaction when she first picks up her rifle - she pauses, frowns and looks at it for a moment, as if trying to recall something, but then pushes it out of her head and carries on.
- After Grace takes up the rifle the first time, she never has to go find it again. It just appears whenever she reaches for it. Of course it does, it's not any more corporeal than she is.
- Mr. Tuttle's seemingly throwaway line "I expect he's dead, like all the rest" takes on a new and much more significant meaning after the first reveal.
- There's also the fog seen throughout the film, and is mentioned a fair amount by Grace and Mrs. Mills. At one point, Grace mentions how the fog has never lasted this long. Later, when it starts to become clear that there are more to the servants than meets the eye, Mrs. Mills and Mr. Tuttle have a brief discussion about the fog when Grace leaves the house to try to find the local priest. "Oh yes... the fog, of course." It could therefore be theorised that this fog does not exist in the world of the living, but only in the world of the dead.
- When Charles returns from the war, there's a scene where Grace and him are in their room, and Grace opens the wardrobe, the mirror turns to show the part of the bed where Charles is sitting... but nothing shows in the reflection. Of course, both Grace and Charles are already dead.
Fridge / The Others