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Chuck Bean


Even though ‘The Incredibles 2’ picked up a ton of record-breaking wins, there’s one thing that people did not note about the movie: triggers for Epilepsy. 

According to CNET, the visual effects are similar to flashing lights or strobe lights, and it can trigger a seizure. They shared that blogger Veronica Lewis wrote on her blog that “There are at least five scenes throughout the movie, all of which feature the villain, that use bright white flashing/strobe lights for more than fifteen seconds, with at least one scene going over 90 seconds in continuous strobing lights.”

Read her thread here:




Be sure if you go to keep yourself covered, especially if you’re prone to epilepsy or are sensitive to flashing lights.