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Blade Runner (1982) Poster

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Edited into 

5 Second Movies: Blade Runner (2009) (TV Episode)
movie is edited into short comedic clip
Final Cut: Hölgyeim és uraim (2012)
scenes are taken from this film

Spin-off 

Blade Runner (1997) (Video Game)

References 

Metropolis (1927)
numerous references
The Bride of Frankenstein (1935)
Insert cut of an owl while a person is killed by an artificial creature
Casablanca (1942)
Abdul's costume is reminiscent of Signor Ferrari
Mildred Pierce (1945)
Rachael's costumes are all almost identical copies of Mildred Pierce's.
Alphaville (1965)
Torso (1973)
Ripped eyes scene is referenced
Chinatown (1974)
Logan's Run (1976)
Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977)
A Millennium Falcon model has been retrofitted as a building with the cockpit removed in several outdoor city scenes.
Alien (1979)
When Deckard is being picked up in the beginning, a red screen can be seen showing 'PURGE' in white letters. The same screen is seen twice in Alien when the shuttle detaches from the ship.

Referenced in 

The King of Comedy (1982)
A marquee of Blade Runner playing at a movie theater is visible in Times Square
Mazes and Monsters (1982) (TV Movie)
A poster in Jay Jay's dorm room
Superman III (1983)
The film's poster can be seen briefly in the junkyard scene
Getting It On (1983)
A poster is visible.
Purple Rain (1984)
An audience member is dressed as Pris (minus eye makeup) during the "Darling Nikki" performance.
Ninja's Force (1984)
Main theme of Ninja's Force is a re-orchestration of the end-credits theme of Bladerunner
Destination Dune (1984) (TV Movie)
mentioned
Hands of Steel (1986)
The question wheter Paco Querack ever existed
F/X (1986)
Audio for computer search of dead cop is same as Deckard's home computer search feature
Neon Maniacs (1986)
Poster is shown.
Sledge Hammer!: State of Sledge (1987) (TV Episode)
Angel's makeup resembles Pris'; Sledge calls Slag a "replicant"
Bubblegum Crisis (1987) (Video)
Priss is in a band called "The Replicants"
Metal Gear (1987) (Video Game)
Opera (1987)
a videotape of this film can be seen on a shelf in Betty's room
Lady Avenger (1988)
a line of dialogue is used
Akira (1988)
Gunbuster (1988) (Video)
Snatcher (1988) (Video Game)
The whole game itself was modeled after Blade Runner
Droid (1988)
Cyborg (1989)
Freakshow (1989)
"Time to Die" reference in the first story.
Parker Lewis Can't Lose: Pilot (1990) (TV Episode)
Parker says, "If there had been a high school in 'Blade Runner,' Musso would be the principal."
Parker Lewis Can't Lose: Operation Kubiak (1990) (TV Episode)
Referenced by Mr. Lewis
The Flash: Twin Streaks (1991) (TV Episode)
The scientist calls his Flash clone a replicant.
Sonic the Hedgehog (1991) (Video Game)
The music in Scrap Brain Zone is a direct homage to the Blade Runner theme and the level's background is inspired by the Blade Runner cityscapes.
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Stranded in Space (1991) (TV Episode)
Dialogue: "Must have used the same production designer"
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Gamera vs. Guiron (1991) (TV Episode)
Crow: "You Blade Runner!"
Roujin Z (1991)
Freejack (1992)
there are a couple of BR-inspired street scenes
Hard Boiled (1992)
One of the main characters leave Origamis
Snatcher CD-ROMantic (1992) (Video Game)
The whole game itself was modeled after Blade Runner
Flashback: The Quest for Identity (1992) (Video Game)
a city in this game is modeled after this movie
Wicked City (1993)
Clerks. (1994)
Video case is shown in a video store.
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Whispers (1994) (TV Episode)
The Star Trek crew speak of 'replicants,' a term created for this movie.
Live from Washington D.C.: They Shoot HBO Specials, Don't They? (1994) (TV Special)
referenced by Dennis
The Crow (1994)
Replikator (1994)
Death Machine (1994)
Contra: Hard Corps (1994) (Video Game)
Spitfire (1995)
Brion James says his "Blade Runner" line: "Wake up. Time to die!"
Game On: Matthew - a Suitable Case for Treatment (1995) (TV Episode)
The poster is seen
Game On: Working Girls (1995) (TV Episode)
The poster is seen
Fresh Bait (1995)
Part of a videocassette is visible.
Game On: Bad Timing (1995) (TV Episode)
The poster is seen
Game On: The Great Escape (1995) (TV Episode)
The poster is seen
Game On: Big Wednesday (1995) (TV Episode)
The poster is seen
Game On: Fame (1995) (TV Episode)
The poster is seen
Johnny Mnemonic (1995)
Longo also chooses to mimic Blade Runner in the opening scenes and "time to die" line
Judge Dredd (1995)
Strange Days (1995)
In the scene where Lenny uses the S.Q.U.I.D. to watch a clip of his past with Faith, Faith throws a blue towel and him and says, "Dry me." It is a reference to Blade Runner where Zhora throws a towel at Deckard and says the same line.
Phoenix (1995)
Duke Nukem 3D (1996) (Video Game)
Soundtrack references Blade Runner as well as a very large screen which is based on Blade Runner
Phenomenon (1996)
Sci-fighters (1996) (Video)
A girl is made up like pris (same hair and eye paint); the water dripping in the bathroom; the 2 leads walk around an animoid row-like Chinatown setting
Privateer 2: The Darkening (1996) (Video Game)
During gameplay, one of the pirates' taunts is "Wake up, time to die", a line from this film.
Siskel & Ebert: Screamers/Richard III/Bed of Roses/Once Upon a Time When We Were Colored/Angels and Insects (1996) (TV Episode)
Roger Ebert says "Screamers" (1995) steals from this movie.
Robinson in Space (1997)
The film's cityscape is alluded to when the Narrator visits West Bromwich.
Nirvana (1997)
Casualties (1997)
Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery (1997)
A Fembot gets Austin in a headlock with her thighs, just in the same way the replicant Priss does to same to Deckard near the end of Blade Runner
The Simpsons: Homer's Enemy (1997) (TV Episode)
The nuclear power plant model designed by Martin Prince, resembles the Tyrell Corporation headquarters.
The Fifth Element (1997)
the flying cars are based on spinners
Batman & Robin (1997)
Referenced in dialogue
Redline (1997)
Gattaca (1997)
The Making of 'Blade Runner' (1997) (TV Movie)
making of documentary
Seinfeld: The Dealership (1998) (TV Episode)
Mentioned by name
Team Knight Rider: The Ixtafa Affair (1998) (TV Episode)
referenced in dialogue.
Dark City (1998)
Lost in Space (1998)
Sairento mebiusu: Kakusei: Awake (1998) (TV Episode)
the design of the city.
The Quest for _____ (1998) (Short)
Tainted (1998)
The Avengers (1998)
Free Enterprise (1998)
"I've seen things you people wouldn't believe"
NewsRadio: Lucky Burger (1998) (TV Episode)
Dave says Beth dresses like a barmaid from this movie.
Soldier (1998)
Todd 's service record includes the battles of Tannhauser Gate and the Shoulder of Orion.
Enemy of the State (1998)
NSA's 3D extrapolation of 2D images = ESPER machine Deckard uses in Blade Runner
The Prince of Hearts (1998) (TV Movie)
Total Recall 2070 (1999) (TV Movie)
eXistenZ (1999)
Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (1999)
Two CG Blade Runner police spinners appear in a night scene on Coruscant.
Frasier: Momma Mia (1999) (TV Episode)
During the end of the episode, Fraiser says "It feels like I've been dating a replicant."
Imagining 'Heavy Metal' (1999) (Video)
South Park: Cartman's Silly Hate Crime 2000 (2000) (TV Episode)
Cartman's prison jumpsuit reads Deckard's ID #26354
Chameleon 3: Dark Angel (2000) (TV Movie)
The Perfect Storm (2000)
A VHS tape of the movie can be seen on the table in the lower chamber of the boat.
On the Edge of 'Blade Runner' (2000) (TV Movie)
Referenced by name
Stargate SG-1: Divide and Conquer (2000) (TV Episode)
The testing device used is similar to the Voight-Kampff
I.K.U. (2000)
Ginger Snaps (2000)
The 6th Day (2000)
Fear Effect (2000) (Video Game)
Fear Effect 2: Retro Helix (2001) (Video Game)
Replicant (2001)
The word Replicant originates from Blade Runner
Metropolis (2001)
Cowboy Bebop: The Movie (2001)
Film noir, cyber-punk
Impostor (2001)
The 100 Greatest Films (2001) (TV Movie)
Referenced by name
The J2 Project (2002) (Video)
Demonlover (2002)
Creating a Myth... the Memories of 'Legend' (2002) (Video)
mentioned once
Box 507 (2002)
Timesplitters 2 (2002) (Video Game)
The music used in the Neo-Toyko level is heavily inspired by the Vangelis score to Blade Runner. The future setting is also derived from Blade Runner and are both set in 2019AD.
Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex: C: The Visual Device Will Laugh - Intercepter (2002) (TV Episode)
The scene where Togusa analyzes the ploiceman's pictures is an homage to a similar scene in Blade Runner where Deckard does the same to Leon's photos.
Equilibrium (2002)
Close-up shot of an eye in which can be seen reflections of large explosions.
De ridder en de fakir (2002) (Video)
Mentioned by Paul Verhoeven and Rutger Hauer
Star Fox Adventures (2002) (Video Game)
Krystal's theme is reportedly based on the Blade Runner love theme by Vangelis.
Perfect (2002) (Video)
Hero has to track down and destroy androids, one of whom turns out to be the woman accompanying him.
The Hitcher: 'How Do These Movies Get Made?' (2003) (Video)
Mentioned of title by Rutger Hauer.
Identity (2003)
the paper crane at the doorway.
Underworld (2003)
Lucian says "Not yet" while stretching his numb fingers, and later the shot focuses on his hands as he pulls himself over the rubble. Later, near the climax, when Victor begins to choke Michael, he utters the phrase, "Time to die."
Red Cockroaches (2003)
Most of the external reviews mention this.
The Beast Within: The Making of 'Alien' (2003) (Video)
mentioned
The Making of 'Alien³' (2003) (Video)
Mention once
Superior Firepower: The Making of 'Aliens' (2003) (Video)
Mention once
Red Dwarf: Built to Last - Series IV (2004) (Video)
Referenced by name
Tricks of the Trade: Making 'Matchstick Men' (2004) (Video)
poster in background
Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence (2004)
Dystopian, retro-futuristic film that features a grim detective and discusses the topic of "what is it to be a human?" and "what separates us from what we create in our own image?" Also, another thing to note is the lavash attention to design as well as some design similarities.
Alpha to Omega: Exposing 'The Osterman Weekend' (2004) (Video)
mentioned once
The Prince and Me (2004)
One of the racing lawnmowers has the film's logo written over it's engine hood
Making a 'Splash' (2004) (Video)
mentioned in film
Kill Bill: Vol. 2 (2004)
Darryl Hannah's twitching on Budd's bathroom floor is a definite reference to her death as Pris in Ridley Scott's film.
City of Heroes (2004) (Video Game)
Detective Junkers in Founder's Falls.
The 24th Day (2004)
While the two leads play a trivia game with each other, they mention this movie.
Guardian of the Realm (2004)
The security code for Evo Shandor's penthouse was Rick Dekkard's badge number from 'Blade Runner', B-26354
Samurai Jack: Tale of X9 (2004) (TV Episode)
X9 is a cross between Rick Deckard and the Terminator
Halálos halál (2004) (Short)
It was a joke in the movie.
Unknown White Male (2005)
poster seen on wall
Scrubs: My Best Laid Plans (2005) (TV Episode)
Cox gives a short speech to the Janitor in the rain paralleling Roy's famous monologue
Jack-Jack Attack (2005) (Video)
The name Rick Dicker is a reverence to Rick Deckard.
Sin City (2005)
Rutger Hauer's character Cardinal Roark gets killed in a similar way he in his turn, as Roy Batty, kills Dr. Eldon Tyrell in Blade Runner
Star Wars: Revelations (2005) (Video)
Includes a shot of the police head quarters building form Blade Runner in the archetecture of a ship building factory
Trailer Park Boys: Give Peace a Chance (2005) (TV Episode)
Mentioned in Dialogue
The Loss (2005) (Short)
Sonic elements
Quo Vadis, Baby? (2005)
Character Andrea Berti, talking about death, mentions Blade Runner replicants
American Dad!: Roger Codger (2005) (TV Episode)
The priest asks Francine and Hayley if the've ever seen this movie.
Watch the Skies!: Science Fiction, the 1950s and Us (2005) (TV Movie)
Listed under Ridley Scott's name
Pterodactyl (2005)
"like C-beams glittering off the Tannhauser gate"
Grattis världen: Tokyo (2005) (TV Episode)
Mentioned by name
A:D (2005) (Short)
Malice-101 is a genetically cloned futuristic cop
Version extendida (2005) (Short)
The final line that the God says to Juan resembles the a line that Roy says to Deckard on the rooftop
Battlestar Galactica: Downloaded (2006) (TV Episode)
Some humans calls the Cylons 'Skin-jobs', same as the replicants are called in Blade Runner.
A Scanner Darkly (2006)
At about 12 minutes in, at the police video and voice surveillance center, displayed in small corner windows - on both the left and right sides of the female agent's monitor is scrolling text from the movie script of another Philip K. Dick based film - Blade Runner.
Jeopardy!: Episode #22.195 (2006) (TV Episode)
correct response in "From Book to Film" category
Stargate SG-1: Morpheus (2006) (TV Episode)
Vala mentions a psychological question relating to tortoises in the desert.
Screenwipe: Episode #2.3 (2006) (TV Episode)
Mentioned by Brooker.
Children of Men (2006)
The name on the van that Theo is taken away in, "Holden", is the name of the cop who is shot in the opening scene of 'Blade Runner'.
Black Rain: The Script, the Cast (2006) (Video)
mentioned once
Destroy All Humans! 2 (2006) (Video Game)
Interrogation line: "Now tell me all the good things you remember about your mother."
Sale of the Century (2006) (Video Game)
Referenced by name
Numb3rs: Hardball (2006) (TV Episode)
Colby and David discuss Blade Runner while walking through Little Tokyo.
Eragon (2006)
Brom says to Eragon: "I've seen things you would not believe", referencing Batty from Blade Runner (see memorable quotes for Blade Runner)
The Making of 'Severance' (2007) (Video)
Referenced by name
Flatland (2007) (Video)
take-off on "I've seen things you people wouldn't believe." speech
The Ten (2007)
title on videotape
Humble Pie (2007)
Mentioned by Truman as one of Rutger Hauer's films
Murder Party (2007)
Lexi is dressed as Pris.
Próxima (2007)
"It's a pity he cannot live, but who does?" is a quotation from Blade Runner.
Doctor Who Confidential: Are We There Yet? (2007) (TV Episode)
David Tennant mentions the film.
Stardust (2007)
The introduction of the unicorn mimics Deckard's dream.
Entourage: Snow Job (2007) (TV Episode)
Dana Gordon mentions it
Chuck: Chuck Versus the Wookiee (2007) (TV Episode)
Morgan's messenger bag says Tyrell Corporation on the side
Vision of a Future Passed: The Prophecy of 2001 (2007) (Video)
mentioned once
HBO First Look: The Making of 'American Gangster' (2007) (TV Episode)
mentioned once
Scrubs: My Own Worst Enemy (2007) (TV Episode)
J.D. says "Time to die," before going in for the kiss in the beginning.
Extras: The Extra Special Series Finale (2007) (TV Episode)
Andy refers to Ridley Scott as director of this film.
Be Kind Rewind (2008)
DVD case is shown.
Las Vegas: Guess Who's Coming to Breakfast (2008) (TV Episode)
Mentioned by Mike.
Drillbit Taylor (2008)
Wade said "Is that a Blade Runner thing"?
Drew Struzan: An Appreciation of an Artist (2008) (Video)
artwork courtesy of Drew Struzan
Ninja Cheerleaders (2008)
Characters quote and paraphrase Holden's dialogue with Leon about his address at 1187 Hunterwasser.
The Big Bang Theory: The Peanut Reaction (2008) (TV Episode)
Howard tells Leonard they're playing the Extended Version.
WALL·E (2008)
Advertisements encouraging people to leave an overcrowded, polluted Earth.
Ghost in the Shell 2.0 (2008)
city design
Deviant (2008) (Short)
The heavy use of smoke and back lighting is a look that was influenced by 'Blade Runner'.
Face Eater (2008)
Blade Runner poster can be seen in poker scene.
Chuck: Chuck Versus the Seduction (2008) (TV Episode)
Morgan has a shoulder bag labeled "Tyrell Corporation".
Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles: Complications (2008) (TV Episode)
The character Cameron remarks that a situation she had witnessed involving a human turning over a tortoise was an example of human empathy that she is devoid of. Asking subjects to imagine not helping a turtle lying on its back to measure their empathy and find out whether they are human or android is a prominent theme in Blade Runner.
NCIS: Cloak (2008) (TV Episode)
DiNozzo: "You got some structural damage there, Deckard... that's from Blade Runner"
Starz Inside: Fashion in Film (2008) (TV Movie)
Referenced in introducing Michael Kaplan. Still photo shown.
Moon (2009)
Depicts clones who found out their limited life span and tried to return to Earth.
Fanboys (2009)
mentioned that Harrison Ford was in this movie
Chuck: Chuck Versus the Suburbs (2009) (TV Episode)
Morgan says that Big Mike has been acting like "A Skin Job"
Crossing Over (2009)
The scene where Harrison Ford watches the surveillance tapes and gives orders for the tech guy (to zoom and back up ect.) is similar to the scene in Blade Runner when Harrison Ford analyses the photograph and gives orders to the Esper computer.
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire: Million Dollar Movie Week 5 (2009) (TV Episode)
Included in a $16,000 question
Leisure Suit Larry: Box Office Bust (2009) (Video Game)
The movie marquee reads "Larry Lovage is The Baberunner"
Bad Movie Beatdown: Pluto Nash (2009) (TV Episode)
Film Brain wears a Tyrell Corporation shirt throughout.
Red Dwarf: The Making of 'Back to Earth' (2009) (TV Movie)
Referenced by name
Caprica: Pilot (2009) (TV Episode)
"Minister Chambers" uses the same type of glasses as "Tyrell", the inventor of "replicants" in Blade Runner. Blade Runner's replicants share much of the soul-searching-by-artificial-life attributed here to Cylons.
American Dad!: Every Which Way But Lose (2009) (TV Episode)
Steve and his friends call their own football team Nexus Six-Series Replicants
Gamer (2009)
When Gorge searches for a costume for Angie, one of the options is to make her look like Pris
Cleanflix (2009)
Onscreen crawl of movies edited by Cleanflix
Harry Brown (2009)
Shot of Harry in the shower directly echoes similar scene with Deckard in Blade Runner.
Universal Soldier: Regeneration (2009)
Homage in the scene where Scott kills his "maker" by pushing his thumbs under his glasses and into his eyes, which is almost identical to the scene in "Blade Runner" where Roy Batty (Rutger Hauer) kills his maker Dr Eldon Tyrell in the same way.
Bad Movie Beatdown: The Time Machine (2009) (TV Episode)
Film Brain compares the 2037 scene to this movie
The Vampire Diaries: 162 Candles (2009) (TV Episode)
Jenna says about Jeremy that he could be some sort of replicant
Dancing with the Stars: Round Eight (2009) (TV Episode)
Bruno Tonioli compares Joanna and Derek's futuristic paso doble to the film's replicants
Jeopardy!: Episode #26.46 (2009) (TV Episode)
Subject of a $200 clue in the category "A Ford in Your Past"
Hunting Grounds (2009)
A movie poster for the film is seen on a closet door in the dorm room of the opening sequence.
My Heart Beats (2009)
Blade Runner is quoted by one of the characters in My Heart Beats.
The Book of Eli (2010)
Chess dialogue is the same.
30 Rock: Black Light Attack! (2010) (TV Episode)
In Jenna's Gossip Girl scene she quotes Roy Batty's last line at the end of Blade Runner.
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire: Million Dollar Movie Week 3 (2010) (TV Episode)
Included in a $7,500 question
The People vs. George Lucas (2010)
Referenced by an interviewee
The Rotten Tomatoes Show: Repo Men/The Bounty Hunter/The Runaways (2010) (TV Episode)
Joey Vosevich says "Repo Men" steals from this movie.
Hunter Prey (2010)
mention of Tannhauser Gate
Brief Film Reviews: My DVD/Blu-Ray Collection (2010) (TV Episode)
DVD cover shown.
En prácticas: Instituto RTVE (2010) (TV Episode)
talking about apocalypse movies
Futurama: Rebirth (2010) (TV Episode)
Professor mentions it by name.
A Tribute to the Westmores (2010) (Video)
Discussed in the script
Futurama: Lethal Inspection (2010) (TV Episode)
"The light that burns twice as bright burns half as long" quote.
How It Should Have Ended: How Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull Should Have Ended (2010) (TV Episode)
George Lucas and Steven Spielberg had a script for "Blade Runner 2: Attack of the Replicants" from Indy
Video Nasties: Moral Panic, Censorship & Videotape (2010) (Video)
DVD case is shown.
BATFXXX: Dark Night Parody (2010) (Video)
Opening shot features a 'Babe Runner' billboard
IMDb's 20th Anniversary Star of the Day: Robert Rodriguez (2010) (TV Episode)
Robert Rodriguez mentions this movie during interview
Fringe: Do Shapeshifters Dream of Electric Sheep? (2010) (TV Episode)
The episode title is taken from the original story title on which Blade Runner is based
The Venture Bros.: Assisted Suicide (2010) (TV Episode)
Henchman 21 says, "I've seen attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion."
Fallout: New Vegas (2010) (Video Game)
A description of a perk is "the flamer that burns twice as bright burns half as long" is a reference to Tyrell telling Roy almost the same line in Ridley Scott's Blade Runner.
Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Assassin (2010) (TV Episode)
The official Star Wars site notes that Aurra Sing's eye makeup is based on Blade Runner's Pris.
Community: Aerodynamics of Gender (2010) (TV Episode)
Pierce says "Enhance... Enhance..."
Tangled (2010)
Flynn sees a ceramic unicorn when the palace guards are taking him to be hanged right before he escapes with the thugs, like Harrison Ford sees the origami unicorn at the end of Blade Runner while escaping from the police.
KCRisis (2010) (Short)
The enviroment design
Angry (2010)
Text on paper references dialogue ("Adventure awaits you in the off-world colonies.")
Supernatural: Caged Heat (2010) (TV Episode)
Replicant mentioned
At Home with the Georgians: A Woman's Touch (2010) (TV Episode)
Amanda Vickery mentions film title
Ebert Presents: At the Movies: Episode #1.7 (2011) (TV Episode)
Ignatiy mentions that Philip K. Dick wrote the source material for the film
Bad Movie Beatdown: Moon 44 (2011) (TV Episode)
mentioned as having much in common with Moon 44
Fringe: Bloodline (2011) (TV Episode)
In the Redverse, when Olivia spots a payphone in Chinatown, a man with an illuminated-shaft umbrella walks past it.
The Cinema Snob: Dracula (The Dirty Old Man) (2011) (TV Episode)
Snob prefers the narration in this film
Hewy's Animated Movie Reviews: Kung Fu Panda 2 (2011) (TV Episode)
James Hong's role mentioned
Hachaverim Shel Naor: Something to Look For (2011) (TV Episode)
Omri says the bar looks like it's from "Blade Runner"
Conan: The LOL from Hell O Hell (2011) (TV Episode)
Title mentioned by Jon Favreau during his interview
Retro Hardware: Sega Dreamcast (2011) (TV Episode)
Lu says a quote from the movie that he thinks applies well to the Sega Dreamcast.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution (2011) (Video Game)
The terminal log in is for a user named "Deckard" who is Bladerunner's protagonist while the exchange of emails comes from another user named "roy" to discuss borrowing his "Priss coupe - pleasure model" Roy Batty is of course the antagonist of Blade Runner and "Priss" is another replicant from the film who is classed as a "Pleasure Model" while Deckard is briefed by the police captain in the film.
Secret Access: UFOs on the Record (2011) (TV Movie)
Mentioned by Douglas Trumbull.
10 pelis (2011)
Talked about
America's Next Top Model: Kristin Cavallari (2011) (TV Episode)
André mentions the title during panel
The Big Fat Quiz of the Year (2011) (TV Movie)
Referenced by name
Anime Abandon: Wicked City (2012) (TV Episode)
Sage compares the stilted narration to Harrison Ford's in this movie
Community: Contemporary Impressionists (2012) (TV Episode)
Troy throws out the actor portraying Roy Batty from his and Abed's apartment.
Brows Held High: The Devils (2012) (TV Episode)
compared to The Devils as having many edited versions available
South Park: A Nightmare on Facetime (2012) (TV Episode)
DVD seen at Blockbuster/mentioned in dialogue
Parks and Recreation: Halloween Surprise (2012) (TV Episode)
Ben says his plans are to "get a chicken Parm and watch 'Blade Runner.'"
Castle: The Final Frontier (2012) (TV Episode)
Mentioned by Esposito as a movie that he likes.
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Strip Maul (2012) (TV Episode)
The manufacturer of the 3D printer of the gun was Tyrell Industries, the replicant company in Blade Runner.
Path of Souls (2012)
When Grace asks what he believes in, Brandon answers, "Like Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?" - Blade Runner was based on this book by Philip K. Dick
The Nostalgia Chick: The Fellowship of the Ring (2013) (TV Episode)
mentioned when discussing the sci-fi genre
Tales from the Warner Bros. Lot (2013)
mentioned during tour of backlot, with behind-the-scenes stills shown; film poster shown
The Machine (2013)
deadly android performing flips, testing android for humanity with deadly result
Atop the Fourth Wall: Wild Thing #1 (2013) (TV Episode)
"...and we cut to the poorly drawn comic version of Blade Runner."
The Purge (2013)
When Ethan Hawke arrives home at the start he says "home again, home again, jiggidy-jig".
Pacific Rim (2013)
The moniker Hannibal Chau is a nod to the character of Hannibal Chew.
Franklin & Bash: Freck (2013) (TV Episode)
When Damien Karp acts like he cares about people, Peter asks if he is a replicant, and flashes a light in his eye to check for dilation.
Gone Home (2013) (Video Game)
A recorded VHS tape of this movie is seen in the TV room.
Saints Row IV (2013) (Video Game)
The Heavy Pistol can be customized as DEK-RD Railpistol which is a reference to the character Rick Deckard in the film.
Grand Theft Auto V (2013) (Video Game)
There is a fictional movie referenced several times in the game called "Shoulder of Orion II" , which is a nod to a famous quote from the end of the film Blade Runner
American Dad!: Steve and Snot's Test-Tubular Adventure (2013) (TV Episode)
Glitter's speech, on the roof, in the rain, parallels Roy Batty's speech.
The Graham Norton Show: Harrison Ford/Benedict Cumberbatch/Jack Whitehall/James Blunt (2013) (TV Episode)
Mentioned by Graham in his opening monologue when talking about Arnold
Her (2013)
OS installation question about relationship with mother is a homage to Voight-Kampff test on Leon.
The Angry Video Game Nerd: Alien³ (2013) (TV Episode)
A VHS tape of this movie was shown in the Cinemassacre's Monster Madness promo.
The Goldbergs: Stop Arguing & Start Thanking (2013) (TV Episode)
Mentioned by Adam.
Psychopath Night (2013) (TV Movie)
Included in the examination of psychopathy on film
Libertaria (2013)
A replicant resembling Pris rides in the bus scene. She exits the scene from the bus bathroom door.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Pontiac Bandit (2014) (TV Episode)
Doug has the film on LaserDisc.
Fantastic Man (2014)
Mentioned in reference to the sci-fi nature of some of the album covers
Anime Abandon: Outlaw Star (2014) (TV Episode)
among other classic sci-fi films
Supernatural: Blade Runners (2014) (TV Episode)
Title reference
Face Off: Industrial Revolution (2014) (TV Episode)
Title mentioned
RuPaul's Drag Race: Glitter Ball (2014) (TV Episode)
RuPaul says Adore's final outfit reminds him of the film.
The Simpsons: Brick Like Me (2014) (TV Episode)
"Block Runner"
Post Terror: Finishing the Final Terror (2014)
It's mentioned that Daryl Hannah went on to act in this film after she had acted in "The Final Terror."
The Simpsons: Simpsorama (2014) (TV Episode)
Moe refers to Bender as a "Blade-Rummy".
Film 2014: Episode dated 12 November 2014 (2014) (TV Episode)
Tim Robey mentions the title and the Voight-Kampff test when reviewing The Imitation Game (2014)
Film 2014: Episode dated 10 December 2014 (2014) (TV Episode)
Danny Leigh and Ridley Scott shortly discuss this movie; also mentioned by Antonia Quirke
Kill Your Killer (2015)
The cinematography used in the night scenes in Manhattan pay homage to this.

Featured in 

The Siskel & Ebert 500th Anniversary Special (1989) (TV Movie)
Clip is shown demonstrating how much better a wide-screen film looks when it is letterboxed.
Back to the Future Part II (1989)
In 2015, several cars from other sci-fi movies can be seen, including a Spinner from Blade Runner
Here's Looking at You, Warner Bros. (1991) (TV Movie)
clips shown
Visions of Light (1992)
clip shown
Arena: Philip K Dick: A Day in the Afterlife (1994) (TV Episode)
Footage from the film is used.
...del Flaubert que leíste un día gris (1997) (Short)
Seen on a TV screen.
Siskel & Ebert: Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace (1999) (TV Episode)
Ebert discusses Star Wars' influence on the movie
Troldspejlet: Episode #23.16 (2000) (TV Episode)
DVD release reviewed + footage used
Troldspejlet: Episode #23.17 (2000) (TV Episode)
Jakob Stegelmann looks at cinema production design + clip shown
On the Edge of 'Blade Runner' (2000) (TV Movie)
documentary about the making of the film
AFI's 100 Years... 100 Thrills: America's Most Heart-Pounding Movies (2001) (TV Special)
This film is #74 on the list.
The 100 Greatest Films (2001) (TV Movie)
Clips are shown
Dead or Alive: Final (2002)
The term "Replicants" is also used in this film
The Untitled Star Wars Mockumentary (2003) (Short)
Clips shown
Los Angeles Plays Itself (2003)
footage appears throughout
Masters of Production: The Hidden Art of Hollywood (2004) (TV Movie)
Discusses Production Design
The 79th Annual Academy Awards (2007) (TV Special)
clips shown
AFI's 100 Years... 100 Movies: 10th Anniversary Edition (2007) (TV Movie)
This film is #97 on the list.
Dangerous Days: Making Blade Runner (2007) (Video)
Clips and outtakes are shown.
Sacrificial Sheep: The Novel vs. the Film (2007) (Video)
clips shown
Signs of the Times: Graphic Design (2007) (Video)
clips shown
Deck-A-Rep: The True Nature of Rick Deckard (2007) (Video)
clips shown
Fashion Forward: Wardrobe and Styling (2007) (Video)
clips shown
Nexus Generation: Fans & Filmmakers (2007) (Video)
clips shown
Screen Tests: Rachael and Pris (2007) (Video)
clips shown
All Our Variant Futures (2007) (Video)
Clips shown
Troldspejlet: Episode #39.19 (2008) (TV Episode)
DVD release of Final Cut version reviewed + footage used
AFI's 10 Top 10: America's 10 Greatest Films in 10 Classic Genres (2008) (TV Movie)
This film is #6 on the "Sci-Fi" list.
Troldspejlet: Episode #40.2 (2008) (TV Episode)
Jakob Stegelmann talks about robots featured in films, and mentions the title + footage used
The Rotten Tomatoes Show: Fast & Furious/Adventureland/Sugar (2009) (TV Episode)
Footage shown when referenced
Bad Movie Beatdown: Equilibrium (2009) (TV Episode)
The iconic eye shot is copied in Equilibrium
Die Reise nach Metropolis (2010) (TV Movie)
clip shown
The Rotten Tomatoes Show: The Best of Science Fiction Movies (2010) (TV Episode)
Brett admits that he really does not like this movie
Attack of the Clones Review (2010)
Plinkett compares Coruscant to 2019 Los Angeles
The Nostalgia Chick: Playing God (2010) (TV Episode)
Clips shown.
Bad Movie Beatdown: Moon 44 (2011) (TV Episode)
A short clip is shown to compare sets
The Mechanical Man (2011) (Short)
Clips are seen in the montage of Dillon watching videos about robots.
The Story of Film: An Odyssey: Episode #1.5 (2011) (TV Episode)
Clips shown
Codebreaker (2011) (TV Movie)
excerpts shown
Jodorowsky's Dune (2013)
Clip shown
Smashing UK Top 10: Top 10 Sci-Fi Films (2013) (TV Episode)
Clips
Renegade Cut: Blade Runner and the Memories of Gaff (2014) (TV Episode)
movie is subject of discussion
Anime Abandon: Lily C.A.T. (2014) (TV Episode)
clip shown
Film 2014: Episode dated 10 December 2014 (2014) (TV Episode)
Footage shown

Spoofed in 

Rise of the Dragon (1990) (Video Game)
The name of the game protagonist William 'Blade' Hunter is a pun on Blade Runner. His clothing resembles Rick Deckard's.
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Gamera (1991) (TV Episode)
"Live the good life on the off-world colonies."
Droid Gunner (1995)
Space Quest 6: The Spinal Frontier (1995) (Video Game)
The name of the endodroid hunter Blaine Rohmer is a pun on "Blade Runner".
Journey Into Chaos (1997) (Short)
Features a hologram billboard like in the movie.
Mystery Men (1999)
America's Sweethearts (2001)
the scene of Eddie in the rain just before he gets on the bike
Copyright for Hire (2002) (Video)
Save the Green Planet! (2003)
Female character in Jigureul jikyeora! (2003) uses acrobatics to attack policeman similarly to female character in Blade Runner (1982), though here it is done in a humorous vein.
Red Dwarf: Back to Earth (Part Two) (2009) (TV Episode)
Cat makes several origami squids. The Tyrell Coropration head office building is superimposed on London. The counter with the creator is a spoof of Roy's encounter with Tyrell. Kochanski appears like Rachael.
Red Dwarf: Back to Earth (Part Three) (2009) (TV Episode)
The main storyline involves a search for the 'creator' so as to get more life; Cat leaves origami figures behind him in several locations; there is a scene where an Esper-like device is used to show what is written on a business card in a reflection of a reflection of a reflection on a tiny photograph; there is a scene in a cold storage room ("Noses, noses, I just do noses"); in a shot of London, there is a Tyrell like pyramid in the background; the huge billboards with the Asian women swallowing pills; the Tyrell-like character, complete with white dressing-gown and huge glasses; the dialogue between 'Tyrell' and the four characters is also verbatim the dialogue between Tyrell and Roy (eg "We want more life, smeg-head"; "the light that burns three quarters as bright burns five eights as bright as the light that burns a quarter as bright as the light that's gone out"); the umbrellas with the lights; the 'Deckard' type character; the chase through the crowded street culminating in the slow motion shots smashing through the glass; "time to die"; the skull crushing; the spoof of the happy ending
Parásitos: El parásito que sabía demasiado (2011) (TV Episode)
scene spoofed
Regular Show: Out of Commission (2012) (TV Episode)
Spoofs "I've seen things you wouldn't believe" speech.

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