The Warriors (1979)
In the final battle Swan throws a knife into the arm of the only character with a gun. Sanjuro defeats Unosuke in exactly the same way.
Can you dig it
poster in subway
Mentioned on Weekend Update
On theater marquee.
Poster seen when Julian is followed by Stratton's intern
A photo is visible on the back of Morty Green's office door.
A character mentions a list of films as part of his speech, including this one
David Patrick Kelly plays a character named Luther again
Underworld, street atmosphere, gang hostility and costume.
Roger Ebert compares "Streets of Fire" to this other Walter Hill film.
Zombie wearing Warriors jacket
Servo: Warriors! Come out and pla-aaay!
the baseball wielding gang members are featured in the game.
referenced by Crow
Crow: "Oh Lassie, come out and plaaaaay!"
Identical closeup shot of lips speaking into microphone/needle on vinyl record.
Gorilla Monsoon says that Abe "Knuckleball" Schwartz' baseball facepaint reminds him of the baseball gang in "The Warriors."
"Come out and play" said in singsong voice
Snowball says, "Oh Bray-aaain! Come out and play-aaay!"
Tight close-up of radio DJ's lips and microphone
"Warriors, come out and play-ay!"
In his speech at the U2 concert, Homer shouts, "Can you dig it?"
When disguised as a biker, Prof. Arthur Corvus wears a Satan's Mothers MC vest. In The Warriors there's a biker gang called Satan's Mothers that wears exactly the same vests.
"Can you dig it"
There is a reference to Sol Yurick's 1979 "The Warriors". During the scene in which Casanova Frankenstein is introducing the themed groups that are on his side, he follows up by saying, "Can you dig it?" In "The Warriors", Cyrus gathered a bunch of New York City Themed gangs in the Bronx and in his visionary speech, he repeatedly says, "Can you dig it?"
Venom Says The Famous "Come Out Too Plaaaaay" line
The similar motifs of battling games and the DJ who narrates the action is a fairly obvious reference to the Warriors.
After capturing Mary Jane, the Green Goblin answers to Peter call with "Spiderman, come out and play", a reference to the quote by Luther in Walter Hill's movie "Warriors, come out to play-i-ay"
In "Flava in Ya Ear Remix", P. Diddy imitates the line "Warriors! Come out to play!"
Achievement "CAN YOU DIG IT?!"
Homer says "puzzle piece come out to play" in a manner similar to Luther
When Spiderbabe is rescuing a lady from a group of guys who call themselves The Bozos, the guys even look like The Warriors right down to the face paint and the bats being used as weapons .
The concept of several groups of gangs having specific territories throughout the game.
The music at the very beginning of the film is the same music from the very beginning of The Warriors. They also have somewhat similar plots as both groups are trying to make it across the city to a safe zone.
Like 'The Warriors', this film also follows a gang as they try to survive crossing a city over the course of a night, fighting different gangs with distinctive characteristics. And the tagline for this film is "The New Generation of Warriors".
Turk yells "Do you see what you get when you mess with the Warrior?!"
DVD is shown.
Danny Dyer mentions it
During large scale fight, there is a group of people dressed like the Baseball Furies gang. Their jerseys read "Warriors."
Referenced by Thomas Haden Church.
Grim taunts the monkey saying, "Dickie... come out and play-aaay!" - parodying the most famous line of the villain Luther when he's taunting the Warriors.
Yami says "Can you dig it?"
Bill is dressed as one of the Baseball Furies.
mentioned in dialogue
Hammer exclaims, like Cyrus, "Can. You. Dig it?!"
Cyrus dose the bottle clapping from "The Warriors".
At 56:30 in the movie the apocalyptic tribe are chasing the soldiers in a graffiti'd up bus which is torn straight from Walter Hill's "The Warriors (1979) where the heroes are chased by the "Turnbull A.C.'s" who are in a similar bus and hang off of it waving weapons. It mirrors it so closely that the pursuees leap over subway turnstiles in their escape. Great call-back.
Darryl tells Michael that he once belonged to a gang called "The Warriors."
During the CIA field training, one character parodies the old "Warriors come out to play!" sequence.
One of the vampires pounds on the police station and says the famous "Warriors, come out an play" quotation.
Writer/director Neil Marshall acknowledges this film as an influence on his movie .
John's Arm puts bottles on his fingers and imitates Luther from the climax.
Skeeter quotes Cyrus' gang unification speech during his gladiator story
Poster visible at Godzilla Internet Café with french title "Les guerriers de la nuit"
During Bad Standing, Johnny will say "Brian! You little bitch! Come out to play-e-ay!"
Ellen says that Michael Beck is the guy from The Warriors
Chevy Chase shouts "CAN YOU DIG IT?" to the assembled Fulcrum agents.
The "Come out and play!" scene is referenced.
Editor Billy Weber recalls an anecdote about working with Walter Hill later on after working with Hill who has a brief appearance at the beginning of "Messiah of Evil"
Lester calls out Morgan to "come out and play..yay" in the same rythem that Luther used to call out The Warriors.
Paul shouts "Warriors! Come out and pla-ay!"
a picture of the cast is on Granddad's wall
Disco Stu says "Study group! Come out and play-ee-ay!" while attacking the group on roller skates, echoing the famous line "Warriors! Come out and play-ee-ay" from "The Warriors".
The Booty Warrior says "Tom, come out and play!'.
The fight song with Lucas Lee is based on the song "Fight!" from The Warriors
When Marshall gets out of his office to a crowd at work, he shouts "Can you dig it?", referencing the same phrase from the 1979 film The Warriors, where another crowd went wild at an orator's words.
Jade does an impersonation of Luther's famous "Come Out to Play" chant while seaching for Tori
Mentioned in opening scrawl.
During Wayne's flashback, he fights the Baseball Furies.
Aunt Jemima rattles empty bottles on her fingers, as in the scene in "The Warriors."
Barry shows up on the space station, clicks the bottles on his fingers and says, "Archer, come out to play-i-ay" just like Luther in The Warriors.
Brad describes how he and his friends got drunk and re-enacted "The Warriors."
Film poster on Aaron's wall.
Homages the Baseball Furies
a film crew tries to produce a remake of 'The Warriors'
"this is that gang from The Warriors that was even less popular than The Orphans."
"Stoolbend, come out and play" said with bottles on fingers
"Warriors, come out and play" (said in song lyrics)
Caleb is clinking three bottles together, and Suzy says "That's an easy one, warriors come out and playya"
Officer Fluzoo says, "Can you dig it?!"
"Ruben, come out and plaaay"
Adam goads the other campers for leaving him by mockingly saying "come out to play" and clinking beer bottles.
Aspects of the Lady Catherine scene were heavily influenced by The Warriors.
Video case is shown.
The "Baseball Bat Man" is reminiscent of the Baseball Furies gang.
"Culebras! Come out to play!"
"Does this want to be like The Warriors?"
Darth Vader says, "Rebels! Come out and plaaaaay!"
Depicted on Ryan's shirt.
Klaus is taunted by a bird who clangs bottles together as he tweets the "come out and play" chant.
The riff-off host says, "Can you dig it?!"
Ryan's quote "Charlie, Come Out and Play", in the auditorium.
"I do know they're banking on me having seen The Warriors."
Entering a face off vs Lysistrata's girls at the gymnasium, the men echo "Come out to play" in the same manner.
In the Ultimate Edition Anatoli Knyazev kills Kahina Ziri the same way the NYPD killed Fox in The Warriors
a screening of the film and the meeting of gangs in the film are compared with the Bye Bye Man audience
James Remar using the word "faggot"
This film's theatrical trailer is featured.
bathroom fight scene shown
Clip shown for Brett and Allen's tour of New York City
Komodo quotes the famous line "Warriors, Come Out to Play" line from the movie.
DJ Helen character scenes in front of the mic are almost dead on impessions of the Lynne Thigpen scenes of the same thing in The Warriors, 1979
The Warriors come out to play scene is spoofed
The part of the episode that has Steve Smith and his friends trying to escape everyone is a spoof of the film The Warriors.
After Adam Sandler completes the chariot jump and comes to a stop he yells "Can You Dig It!!!!" This a line from Cyrus in the movie Warriors (1979). Sandler says the line in the same tone.
tough baby klinking milk bottles on his fingers
A direct spoof of the movie's plot. Closing credits feature a spoof of "In the City."
"Beliebers, come out to play" said with bottles on fingers
directly parodies the film
Legends come out to play