Close-up of radiator, Close-up of character with smoke in background.
Juicy chicken cut in a extreme close-up.
One of the two production company of the short is named after the cult quote from Lynch movie
The mood and style of Eraserhead were also an influence on this movie
Use of "In Heaven" as intro; black and white footage during "In Heaven" music reference
Mentioned by Luke
The zooms in and out of Örjan's ear is a reference to Eraserhead.
Denny is reading a book with a picture of 'Jack Nance' in Eraserhead (1977) prominently displayed on the front cover.
The general mood and images were inspired by Eraserhead
movie is mentioned and reenacted
An Eraserhead poster can be seen on the girls bedroom door, also Tracy calls one of her customers "Eraserhead"
mentioned among psychological thrillers
Poster at Aman Kapoor's house
mentioned by Lester
The first reveal of The Pooch is a tribute to the opening scene of the David Lynch film. This is one of only two films that Of Bitches & Hounds pays overt tribute to.
Documentary about the making of the movie
poster on wall
The fridge is a reference to several Eraserhead scenes.
An "Eraserhead" poster can be seen on the wall of a recording studio. Also, Alex lifesone wears an "Eraserhead" button in concert footage.
Malcolm calls Toby "the baby from Eraserhead."
In "The Li'l Brudder Show", the back-and-forth-rocking and bandaged parrot is a reference to the baby in this movie
DVD seen in video store.
When the baby gets sick, Jack wraps him in reeds much like the Eraserhead baby's wrappings; the baby also makes noises very similar to those of the baby in the earlier film.
Joel: "A real kind of surrealistic, visionary 'Eraserhead' quality"
Mike: They should set a place for Eraserhead.
The title is mentioned while Mike and the bots are riffing.
Videocassette seen at Mondo Video
Crow: Eraserhead was easier to follow than this movie.
Crow: This would make a good companion piece to 'Eraserhead.'
character name reference (Eraserhead is one of Malcolm's new classmates)
Jay suggests watching the film
A person in the audience of the theater wears an Eraserhead t-shirt.
"Lady in the Radiator" song heard
guy with puffy hair is called Eraserhead
Trivia question on the radio.
the movie case can be seen for a split second when Zizek first approaches the counter in the rental store
Woody Harrelson asks Josh Brolin "What do you do?" When Josh Brolin states that he is retired, Woody asks "What DID you do?" Jeane Bates asks Jack Nance the same questions early on in Eraserhead.
part of the poster in seen in the background
Video case is shown.
This documentary analyses the main place that David Lynch gives to the sound in his movie Erasearhead
movie is mentioned
picture of movie's cover at video store
Listed in a program schedule.
Babs says "I'm Eraserhead."
when lizzie orders a drink,she calls the bartender Eraserhead, becase he looks like the main character of that movie
similar dream sequences
Mentioned by Lynch.
It is referenced.
The film is mentioned.
Photos from the film are shown.
Poster is shown.
Film title mentioned by actor Ron Hudd.
The film and its soundtrack are mentioned
Video case is shown in a video store.
In the first scene Andy says, "My friends call me Eraserhead."
poster in bedroom
Kid is called Eraserhead twice because of his bushy hairdo
The producers' plot suggestion for a new film strongly resembles that of Eraserhead
Video box art seen at video store in the film.
A mutant baby squeals making similar sounds to the baby "Eraserhead"
film clip shown
The movie is reviewed.
a clip from this film is shown
clip used from movie featuring Jack Nance
Footage of this movie is shown.
It is mentioned and discussed. Also, poster and footage of this movie are shown.
Clips from Eraserhead featuring Henry Spencer are shown.
Clips from the film are used.
This film contains scenes from Eraserhead.
A 60 second version done in claymation.
Parody director's cut.
the climatic scene of heaven