One of the movies shown.
Found on Max's TV
Title shows on packaging when Lisa rents it at Eddy's video store
Box seen in video store
Cliver Barker mentions it and describes a scene.
Crow references Videodrome.
Cronenberg quotes images from the earlier movie [which treats similar themes: fetishist love etc]
Clips throughout the documentary
The TV scene at the end was heavily inspired by and references similar scenes in Videodrome.
Mentioned in film.
It is referenced.
The transition frome the gray screen to the surveillance camera footage is a reference to the Cronenberg film
The hand coming out of the TV
The title is mentioned in a magazine article.
double feature invitation
Title of this film appears on screen.
In James Woods' appearance in the Family Guy episode "Peter's Got Woods", he shows Videodrome to Peter Griffin. When Peter asks about the film's nudity, Woods proudly points out that he shows his butt in the film.
mentioned a few times
Shake mentions Videodrome.
Video case is shown.
name of Max Renn on a store
It is mentioned in a newspaper article.
When Frylock is revealed to have a VCR in his back, Master Shake mentions David Cronenberg. David Cronenberg is the director of "Videodrome," which does indeed feature video hardware integrating with people.
The bleeding TV/VCR set references various sequences of Videodrome.
Vic Dealio alludes to it. Also, a photograph is shown.
Mark Irwin mentions it. Also, title of this film appears on screen.
Ignatiy mentions that David Cronenberg directed the film
the film of this episode's topic.
Spectacular Optical logo shown
Video case is shown.
Dialogue is assembled from Videodrome.
Clips from the movie
In the room full of TVs one of them is playing Videodrome
Footage of this movie is shown.
Clips from this film were shown in this documentary
clips from this movie are shown
Nightmare in Canada includes clips from and discussions of the film
Brian Yuzna mentions it. Also, footage of this movie is shown.
clips are shown during Matt Singer's segment
also directed by David Cronenberg