The Haunting (1963)
The mansion in Clue, and both The Haunting films are called "Hill House". The Haunting films are based on the book "The Haunting of Hill House" which is about a group of people being invited to a creepy mansion, which is the same set up as "Clue" as well.
Skeptics spend time in an alleged haunted house only to discover it's acttaully haunted and means them harm
Similar premise and plot: a group of amateur paranormal investigators carry out an initially sceptical study of a local legend, but apparently (though ambiguously) fall victim to it. The nature of the antagonist is never made clear, it is only manifested through enigmatic signs (mainly sounds), and the possibility is left open that it was nothing more than a combination of paranoia in some group members and one of them losing his / her mind (although equally the possibility of the insane member having been possessed by the "entity" is left open).
Video case is shown.
Two ghostly scenes from this film directly reference Robert Wise's The Haunting
Scene in isolation room is an homage to The Haunting
DVD is shown in a video store.
The title is a reference to Mrs. Dudley's repeated line
DVD is shown.
DVD is shown.
Low viewing shot of the armoire doors is a shot for shot homage to the swelling door in The Haunting.
Clip shown and discussed.
Critic talks about the original
Walker says he prefers the original by a mile and loathes the remake
Played on TV at Ethan's house, on Halloween night
the "breathing" door
The "breathing" door scene is spoofed