When asked about his accuracy with a weapon, one of the character says "I saw Gary Cooper in Sergeant York".
Henry mentions this movie.
H.R. Giger mentions The Thing from Another World
Example of a sci-fi movie of the 50s
Utilizes same main title graphics
mentioned in a line of dialogue
Wendy Schaal describes the way the "carrot from another planet" (the Thing) was destroyed. She then tries to do the same thing to the Creature.
Mr. Michaels tells Toby, and the alien ambassador tell those who wish for a demonstration, to keep watching the skies.
Martin says, "Keep watching the skies!"
Joel: "Keep watching the skies!"
Joel: "Keep watching the medicine cabinets!"
Mike: Keep watching the skies.
Jakob Stegelmann recaps the history of aliens from other worlds featured in sci-fi films, comic books and other fiction, the poster is shown
The line "Keep watching the skis!" spoofs "Keep watching the skies!"
Crow: Keep watching the skies, Eleanor.
Lobby cards seen on attic wall of doctor's house.
Referenced in dialog/visuals
Poster is shown.
Made the list and was talked about.
This film is mentioned during one of the radio conversations.
The film is shown in the base
Poster is shown.
Morton tells Horton "Keep watching the skies!"
James made a joke that the title "Godzilla Vs. the Thing" appeared to be refering to The Thing from this movie.
The Doctor asks Amy if she's referring to the Howard Hawks version of The Thing
Jane tells Van Pelt to "watch the skies."
Roger says that the 1951 version was scarier than the 2011 version
mentions the movie watched in Halloween as well as Carpenter's influence.
Erod admits that this movie was better then the 2011 Thing Prequel
Scenes from the feature are shown and commented.
It's being watched by the children while the teenagers are being attacked by Michael Myers
The movie Jeff and Denise watch on television at the beginning.
This film's theatrical trailer is featured.
Film clips included
This film is #87 on the list.
Clips are shown.
features clips from the trailer of the film
Clips from this are repeatedly seen on television.
It is mentioned and discussed. Also, footage of this movie is shown.
Clip shown (verified in end credits).
George A. Romero's #4 favorite film
Linkara talks about the Thing series
pods growing in garden
"The Thing in the Basement" is a spoof.
Kenneth Tobey and Robert Cornthwaite recreate their characters "Colonel (then Captain) Pat Hendry" and "Dr. Carrington." Narration is by George Fenneman, who also appeared in "The Thing."
When the General is showing the footage about Missing Link, we briefly see a block of ice, which had held him, with a hole melted in it and next to a broken window leading to a frozen landscape. This is almost identical to the scene in 'The Thing From Another World' referring to how The Thing escaped being frozen.