The ending, where the old vampire is killed but the new vampire lives, and is seen riding off into new pastures on horseback - thus completing the circle of evil - occurs in both films. The director for Nosferatu admits on the commentary track that this was a deliberate homage
Both Kinski films feature scenes that show human civilisation being overrun by animals (monkeys and rats respectively) to put across the idea of total disorder.
This is the making-of documentary for this movie.
there's a poster in his room
poster in the cinema
still shown, narrator discusses
Poster art for this is shown.
According to Robert Englund, the performance as Freddy was based off Klaus Kinski role as Count Orlok in the 1979 remake of Nosferatu.
Movie poster in Lenny Thornber's room
A poster of the film can be seen
Movie title referred to by Even Longer: Klaus Kinski stars in the film, a regular in several original German Edgar Wallace films
Mentioned in a magazine.
Vegas face alone in the shadows mimics a simular shot in Nosfertu.
DVD case is shown.
Drosselmeyer resembles Nosferatu in this version.
Dialogue and character references
mentioned by Mark Refoy
Snob says that "Savage Vengeance" makes "Video Violence" looks like "Nosferatu".
homage to Werner Herzog and Drew is modled after Klaus Kinski in this film
Segments from this film are featured.
Featured in the Werner Herzog segment.
Film clips included
Robert Englund alludes to it. Also, footage of this movie is shown.
Robert Englund mimicks the characters' movements from this version of Nosferatu.