Twilight Zone: The Movie (1983)
the third segment of the movie was a remake of this episode
the second segment of the movie is a remake of this episode
The fourth segment of the movie is a remake of this episode.
The ventriloquist dummy the girl uses in segment four is a reference to "Zero Hour!" when the passenger amuses Joey, the child, with the hand puppet ventriloquist
Apart from three of its sequences being remakes of three episodes and one referencing a fourth, the characters in the prologue hum the show theme and discuss it in general.
This is one of the episodes from the TV series that Dan Aykroyd and Albert Brooks discuss.
The description "...who carries on his shoulder a chip the size of the national debt."
A character named Helen Foley appears in both, named for one of Rod Serling's favorite teachers.
A man sworn against a different race transforms to resemble that race
Albert Brooks' character (incorrectly) thinks the episode about a stopwatch that freezes time was from this anthology series.
In the prologue segment, Albert Brooks and Dan Aykroyd are reminiscing about old Twilight Zone episodes. (Brooks says that this episode was from Outer Limits).
The troops in Vietnam mention they kill Neidermeyer, which was mentioned as his fate in the epilogue.
Eyeball-popping effect in "Nightmare" segment
When Billy leads Pete up to his room to show him the Mogwai, a rolled up movie poster for "Twilight Zone The Movie" can be seen standing on end against a wall. Director Joe Dante directed one of the sequences for that film a year earlier.
A newspaper headline says that Homewood teacher Helen Foley is still missing.
Video case is shown in a video store.
Tom: "Let's not forget his cameo appearance in the remake of the 'Twilight Zone' movie."
Reference to John Lithgow's character seeing a gremlin on a the plane's wing
Behind the scenes footage of the three actors' deaths from this film is included.
Reference to John Lithgow seeing a gremlin on a plane
Thurgood says there's a gremlin on the wing when he sees Smokey get blown past and says it scared the "Shatner" out of him
In addition to Frank Dixon alluding to the episode upon which a segment from "The Twilight Zone: The Movie" is based, Dixon also mistakes an episode of The Outer Limits for an episdoe of The Twilight Zone, just like the two characters in the beginning of "The Twilight Zone: The Movie".
someone has a sign that says "There's something on the wing"
It is listed as one of the "sweded" movies.
Drama describes how Vic Morrow was decapitated during the production of the movie after a helicopter accident
Inspired by first scene.
The character of Julie (Jessica Sonneborn) says that her favorite movie is 'The Twilight Zone' when the girls are walking in the woods.
Joe parodies Jon Lithgow's scene with "something on the wing" in describing why Danielle's flight may have been late.
"Can Scatman Crothers just turn them into kids to play Kick the Can and get it over with?"
Mentioned in dialogue
mentioned once/poster shown
Title is Referenced
the scene where the cat pleads 'Not Happy Birthday" plays on the television during the "It's a Good Life" segment
During the "Kick the Can" segment.
Behind the scenes footage of this film is featured.
DVD release reviewed + footage used
poster shown/behind the scenes footage
poster shown/behind the scenes footage
movie is reviewed
The second segment of this episode, in which Bart has magical mental powers, lampoons the "It's a Good Life" segment of the "Twilight Zone" movie. Nancy Cartwright also appears in both.
The "Nighmare at 5 1/2 Feet" segment is a spoof of the "Nightmare at 20,000 Feet" segment of the "Twilight Zone" movie.
The final segment is a parody of the famous. Twilight Zone movie segment with the Gremlin on the plane
Alex sees Mort on the wing of the plane and thinks that he's a gremlin.