Altered States (1980)
Title referenced as 'Altered Walter' in Walter Cronkite sketch.
Mentioned on Weekend Update
Title seen on theater marquee.
According to special makeup effects artist Kevin Haney, "Basket Case" was influenced by "Altered States".
Main character's final moment trying to reach reality by bumping into a wall.
In the end of "Take on Me" music video, Morten Harket bashes himself between the walls repeatedly in order to break the dimension between the comic book world and the real world.
referenced by Dennis
"In Alterted States"
The scene where Cartman follows Jeffrey Maynard's suggestion of using sensory deprivation to get inside the mind of Helen Keller, resulting in disturbing and apocalyptic images flooding Cartman's mind.
It is referenced.
Chloe refers to the film.
It is mentioned in a newspaper article.
Michael Warren refers to Charles Haid's role in this film
Scene where Barry wakes up naked next to a partially eaten deer
Before Locke ingests his homemade drugs, Charlie jokes about him "turning into a prehistoric ape", which is what happens after homemade drugs are ingested in Altered States.
House asks Thirteen if she has ever seen Altered States. And as House is putting himself in the sensory deprovation tank, he jokingly asks her to check if he regresses when he comes out of the tank.
Shawn emerges after hiding underwater in a locker room jacuzzi, then asks the football players present if they've seen Altered States.
Noé cited Altered States as an influence for Enter the Void. Interestingly, after the success of Irréversible Noé was offered to do a sequel to Altered States but decided to bring some ideas of Ken Russell's movie in his own script which later became Enter the Void.
The treatment in this film is compared to what is applied in Darkness Falls.
Dr. Raymond Langston (Laurence Fishburne) asked from Sara Sidle (Jorja Fox) if she have seen the movie Altered States. There was a case of a dead body floating inside the tank full of liquid.
Duncan says, "It was like 'Altered States.'"
Video case is shown.
Ryan mentions film by name, and holds up DVD case.
Clips are used for hallucination sequences.
On Veidt's TV monitor board, showing the seven-eyed goat-head Christ
clips are shown during the profile of Andre Fenton who cites the film as inspiration
Clips seen and discussed
The second part of the transformation (when Cartman's body shifts from different forms and he is banging against the walls in a hallway) is a parody of the movie Altered States.