Gimme Shelter (1970)
Title included in newspaper article
Referenced during the opening montage
while the song "Gimme Shelter" plays, the cops kill a man holding a sandwich, then it is rewound and there is a frreze frame in which we zoom in on the sandwich, exaclty like the Maysles do in the movie, "Gimme Shelter" to show Mick Jagger the man in the green suit holding the gun, and the Hell's Angel with the knife
The Cable Guy mentions the Hell's Angels rampage before belting out his own cover of Jefferson Airplane's "Somebody to Love"
There is a poster for the film on the wall of Cat's room.
The Scene where Terry Twilstein is reviewing his "food-erator" disaster is a direct reference to the Stones film "Gimmie Shelter." The scene is a play on the scene where Mick Jagger is reviewing the footage of one of the Hell's Angels stabbing a crowd member at the free concert at the Altemont Speedway.
Title is seen on the Alamo Drafthouse marquee.
Referenced during the opening credits
Subject of a $7,500 question
Marianne mentions recently watching it
a poster for the film is visible during the "Maron" segment
Clips of a Rolling Stones Performance from this movie is featured
Clips from this concert were shown in this documentry.
Several scenes are presented.
Parodied during the Roofi concert