REFERENCES

FILMS

FRANKENSTEIN (1931)
According to both Ronny Yu and Ken Kirzinger, the performance as Jason was based off of Frankenstein's monster.

FRANKENSTEIN MEETS THE WOLF MAN (1943)
According to Robert Englund, this film was inspired by 'Frankenstein Meets The Wolf Man'.

ALICE IN WONDERLAND (1951)
The idea of Freddy becoming a caterpillar smoking a bong comes from this movie, in which the thing the character smokes from is compared to a bong and he has been accused of being a stoner.

KINGU KONGU TAI GOJIRA (1962)

ZAAT (1971)

THE LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT (1972)
The chest carving sequence.

MONTY PYTHON AND THE HOLY GRAIL (1975)
When Freddy gets his arms cut off by Jason, it is like the Black Knight getting his limbs cut off in 'Monty Python And The Holy Grail'. Robert Englund mentions this in the DVD audio commentary for 'Freddy Vs. Jason'.

HALLOWEEN (1978)

APOCALYPSE NOW (1979)
Director Ronny Yu said in the documentary 'Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy' that he got the idea of Jason rising out of the lake from a scene in 'Apocalypse Now' when Martin Sheen's character, Captain Benjamin L. Willard, rises out of a lake.

FRIDAY THE 13TH (1980)
The movie features elements of this one, including Jason's original drowning and the camp setting.

FRIDAY THE 13TH PART 2 (1981)
When Jason is teased by the children at the lake, a burlap sack is tossed over his head before he drowns. In 'Friday The 13th Part 2'. that burlap sack is the mask he wears during the movie.

A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET (1984)
Freddy talks about his first killing spree. There are many homages to the original film, including: the goat in Blake's dream, like the lamb in Tina's first nightmare; Lori lives in the same house as Nancy; her mother was killed by Freddy; in a flashback, Will climbs to Lori's bedroom window like Glen climbed to Nancy's window; the morning after the first killings, Lori's father tells her that she'd better not go to school, like Nancy's mother told her. In addition to that, clips are shown during this scene.

A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET 2: FREDDY'S REVENGE (1985)
During the opening monologue, Freddy refers to himself as 'The Springwood Slasher'. This name had previously been seen in a newspaper article given to Jesse in 'A Nightmare On Elm Street Part 2'. Clips are also shown during this scene.

A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET 3: DREAM WARRIORS (1987)
During the opening monologue, clips from the previous 'Nightmare' movies are shown, including this one.

A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET 4: THE DREAM MASTER (1988)
When Freddy sees Kia, he says "How sweet, dark meat". This was similar to a line he had in 'Part 4', when he saw Alice and said, "How sweet, fresh meat". Also, clips are shown during the opening monologue.

A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET 5: THE DREAM CHILD (1989)
During the opening monologue, clips from the previous 'Nightmare' movies are shown, including this one.

LEATHERFACE: THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE III (1990)

FREDDY'S DEAD: THE FINAL NIGHTMARE (1991)
During the opening monologue, clips from the previous 'Nightmare' movies are shown, including this one.

SCOOBY-DOO (2002)
The movie is brought up a few times. First at the beginning when Kia asks Lori, 'Marry, F*ck or Kill', and mentions Fred, Shaggy, or Scooby; and later, Deputy Stubbs refers to the gang's van as the 'Scooby Van' during the climactic scene at Westin Hills.

FORMULA 17 (2004)
Three guys prepare to kidnap a gay playboy and punish him by showing him three horror movies- 'Ringu', 'Bride Of Chucky', and 'Freddy Vs. Jason'.

GRINDHOUSE (2007)
The movie is discussed by several characters.

BE KIND REWIND (2008)
The video case is shown, and it is listed as one of the 'sweded' movies.


TELEVISION

THE THREE STOOGES (1960)
During their game of 'Marry, F*ck or Kill', Gibb asks Lori and Kia about the Three Stooges.

SCOOBY-DOO, WHERE ARE YOU?! (1969)
The movie is brought up a few times. First at the beginning when Kia asks Lori, 'Marry, F*ck or Kill', and mentions Fred, Shaggy, or Scooby; and later, Deputy Stubbs refers to the gang's van as the 'Scooby Van' during the climactic scene at Westin Hills.

THE SIMPSONS (1990)
EPISODE: 'Treehouse Of Horror'.
This annual Halloween special, started in 1990, regularly spoofs the horror genre.

THE SIMPSONS (2004)
EPISODE: 'The Ziff Who Came To Dinner'.
A movie that's in the cinema is called 'Freddy Vs. Jason Vs. The Board Of Education'.

HIGH CHAPARALL (2004)
EPISODE: 'Robert Englund'.
The movie is mentioned by name.

SUPER SECRET MOVIE RULES (2004)
EPISODE: 'Slashers'.
Clips from the movie are shown.

30-SECOND BUNNY THEATRE (2004)
EPISODE: 'Freddy Vs. Jason'.
The bunnies re-enact the movie.

TRIPPING THE RIFT (2004)
EPISODE: 'Creaturepalooza'.
Freddy and Jason are shown playing cards.

MALCOLM IN THE MIDDLE (2005)
EPISODE: 'No Motorcycles'.
The movie is mentioned by name.

THE PERFECT SCARY MOVIE (2005)
The movie is mentioned by name.

CINEMASSACRE'S MONSTER MADNESS (2007)
EPISODE: 'Friday The 13th'.
Clips from the movie are shown.

EN PRACTICAS (2010)
EPISODE: 'Instituto RTVE'.
The movie is mentioned during a discussion about psycho characters.

CINEMASSACRE'S MONSTER MADNESS (2010)
EPISODE: 'Dracula Vs. Frankenstein'.
The host mentions the debatable outcome of the ending of the movie.

MIDNIGHT MOVIE REVIEW (2010)
EPISODE: 'A Nightmare On Elm Street Remake'.
The movie is mentioned as a spin-off.

THE ROTTEN TOMATOES SHOW (2010)
EPISODE: 'Daybreakers/Leap Year/Youth In Revolt'.
The movie is mentioned during the 'Screenplay Cliche' segment.

CINEMASSACRE'S MONSTER MADNESS (2011)
EPISODE: 'Freddy Vs. Jason & Remake 2010'.
The movie is reviewed.

FACE-OFF (2011)
EPISODE: 'Bad To The Bone'.
The movie is mentioned by name.

FACE-OFF (2011)
EPISODE: 'Twisted Tales'.
The movie is mentioned by name.

SCREAM: THE INSIDE STORY (2011)
A photograph from the movie is shown.

CINEMASSACRE'S MONSTER MADNESS (2011)
EPISODE: 'Frankenstein Meets The Wolf Man'.
The movie is mentioned among other horror movie match-ups.

CINEMASSACRE'S MONSTER MADNESS (2011)
EPISODE: 'A Nightmare On Elm Street'.
The host mentions Robert Englund having played Freddy up until this movie.

THE CINEMA SNOB (2012)
EPISODE: 'Sleepaway Camp IV: The Survivor'.
The host refers to the movie as 'really lazy'.


VIDEO

THE MANY LIVES OF JASON VOORHEES (2002)

THE WALLET (2004)
The movie poster is shown in the background during a scene.

LEGENDS (2004)
John watches the movie during a scene.

MEET BOB SHAYE (2004)

HORROR BUSINESS (2005)
The movie is mentioned in a magazine.

DEAD TEENAGER MOVIE (2006)
Clips from the movie are shown.

NIGHT TERRORS (2006)
Clips from the movie are shown.

THE HOUSE THAT FREDDY BUILT (2006)
Clips from the movie are shown, and it is discussed.

GOING TO PIECES: THE RISE AND FALL OF THE SLASHER FILM (2006)
Clips from the movie are shown, and it is mentioned and discussed.

HALLOWEEN: 25 YEARS OF TERROR (2006)
The movie poster and a photograph are shown.

RETARDEAD (2008)
The movie is mentioned in the dialogue.

HIS NAME WAS JASON: 30 YEARS OF 'FRIDAY THE 13TH' (2009)
The movie poster and clips are shown, and it is mentioned and discussed.

STAN HELSING (2009)
Jason Ward is listed as 'Jason (Vs. Fweddy) Ward' as a joke in the credits.

NIGHTMARES IN RED, WHITE AND BLUE: THE EVOLUTION OF THE AMERICAN HORROR FILM (2009)
Clips from the movie are shown.

DAHMER VS. GACY (2010)
The movie is mentioned in the dialogue.

NEVER SLEEP AGAIN: THE ELM STREET LEGACY (2010)
The movie poster and clips are are shown, and it is mentioned and discussed.

FRED HEADS: THE ULTIMATE FREDDY FANS (2010)
Clips from the movie are shown.


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