Clips are used.
footage used in movie
footage used in movie
scenes are taken from this film
spin-off video game
Set on the same planet, features several characters
One of the soldiers--fittingly named Dietrich--has the words "Blue Angel" emblazoned on her firearm.
In the opening sequence, Aram Khachaturyan's 'Ballet Suite Gayaneh' playing as a spacecraft is seen crossing outer space is a reference to '2001' 's Discovery at the very beginning of segment 'Jupiter Mission 18 Months Later'.
The knife trick used by Kwok (Sam Hui) is the same one performed by Bishop (Lance Henriksen) in Aliens.
Title mentioned by Sigourney during her monologue
The main characters, Bill Rizer and Lance Bean, were named after the actors Bill Paxton, Paul Reiser, Lance Henriksen and Michael Biehn, who all appeared in Aliens. The final stage is also similar to Aliens, complete with a Xenomorph-lookalike and eggs laying facehuggers
During the Weekend Update segment, Bill Murray discusses Aliens nomination for Best Picture by saying: "Aliens is a sequel, they never win. Otherwise, where the hell's Police Academy? It would have been here. This is another reason why I probably won't do Ghostbusters II. The deep, deep fear that the Academy will not recognize my work."
Kate says: "We don't need an exterminator, we need Sigourney Weaver." Aliens opened 18 July 1986 in USA and this episode aired 4 May 1987, by which time it's a pretty much a safe bet to say that pretty much everyone identified Sigourney Weaver as the universe's premium "bugkiller" thanks to Aliens, not Ridley Scott's Alien (1979).
Kate mentions that ALF hid behind the sofa when he watched the film.
ALF watches the film on TV.
On the cover art of the game, Solid Snake's outfit is inspired by Michael Biehn's character Dwayne Hicks.
Joel (as Pvt. Hudson): "Oh man, game over!"
Ellen Burrows/Robertson's maiden name is Ellen Ripley
Monster bursts out of woman's abdomen, marine uses giant, torso-mounted machine gun.
Crow: "Game over, man! Game over!"
Frieza's third form is based off the alien queen from this film.
tracker beeps to indicate the monster (her Aunt) is moving close, and should be in the room
He mentions a "bug hunt" (term used in Aliens) for acid-dripping monsters.
Joel (as Pvt. Hudson): "Game over, man!"
Tom (as Pvt. Hudson): "Game over, man!"
Crow: "Just like 'Aliens,' except without the underwear"
"Game over, man! Game over!"
During the factory tour, Klein's character is seen using a robotic device that parallels the one used in Aliens, which starred Sigourney Weaver, who plays the First Lady in this movie.
Doc & Trush fighting the T. rex with skid-steer loaders is referencing the scene where Ripley fights the Queen Alien with an exosuit cargo-loader
The ship is seen in the spaceship graveyard
Mike (as Hudson): "Oh, this is a bug hunt, man."
Video case is shown in a video store.
numerous visual references
In the game, Bob tells the others to "Stay frosty"
one of the Christmas children is playing with a modified Evac Fighter toy
"Marines!!! We are leaving!!!!" is said by Hicks in Aliens
An Otaku participating in a Survival Game is using an Aliens mounted machine gun replica.
The grenade sequence with Irene and Deputy Bob is almost identical to the grenade scene with Vasquez and Gorman.
The exoskeleton Dot wears is very similar to the Power Loader
The protector drones and the Queen are directly based off them, even down to their green acid blood
Dougal screams because he remembers this is on after the news, this sparks an argument about wether or not they're going to watch it.
The body movements and high-pitched screeches of Elf of Doom #2 were based on the soldier alien creatures in Aliens (1986).
Iconography: heavily armed soldiers/officers walking around dark 'assimilated' corridors confronting near-unstoppable alien menaces. Thematics: the 'Queen' who controls the hive.
Discussed in projection room.
Jakob Stegelmann visits Rocket Science Games, mentioning Ron Cobb's work on the film
Mike: This is a bughunt, man!
"the drop" and "bug hunt" as well as the cargo-loader exoskeleton were from Aliens.
Ripley tells Call that there was a little girl who had bad dreams, and she tried to help her, but the little girl died.
Video box in foreground of the special edition videos scene.
The underground lab is covered with egg like pods.
"My mom always said there were no monsters, but there are, aren't there Chef?"
Servo: (Bill Paxton appears) It's a bughunt, man!
mentioned several times
The elevator scene is redone with baby godzillas instead of Aliens
Max: "Game over, man, game over!"
Mentioned by man in car.
The front of the invading scout ship looks just like the front of the Sulaco from Aliens.
Eddie explains that the reference to wanting to bring "A squirrel with a gun" back from the moon is a reference to the desire to weaponize the creature in Aliens.
Cartman watches a brief clip of this on TV and quotes it for the rest of the episode.
When he tapes the flashlight to the gun before going after the giant, it's a reference to the scene in Aliens where Sigourney Weaver's character tapes together the gun and some other things before going after Newt in the queen alien's lair.
referenced during the weapons montage
Homer tries to duplicate Bishop's knife trick but cuts up his fingers in the attempt.
In 'Aliens', when Gorman orders Apone to collect gun magazines from everybody, Frost says 'What the hell are we supposed to use, man? Harsh language?'. In the Farscape episode 'Beware of Dog' (#2.14), Chrichton tells Chiana that they have to take the creature alive, to which she says 'What do you expect me to use, harsh language?'
The "queen bug" as seen in the game is a transparent spinoff of the "alien queen".
Peter Lamont work on
In LOTR: Fellowship the scene where Balrog, the demon with a scorpion-like tail, gets hold of Gandalf's foot at the Bridge of Khazad-dûm, alludes the scene in Aliens where Ripley's foot is caught by the Alien queen's tail towards the end.
The robotic suit Crash wears in some levels is taken directly from this movie.
Crow (as Corporal Hicks): "Marines! We are leaving!"
The line "Remember: short, controlled bursts" is originally from Aliens
Mentioned by Kevin Pollak.
the elves try to attack lobo but get mutilated by shoulder camera and are being commanded by an elf in another area just like the scene in ALIENS where the space marines are attacked and killed in the xenomorph hive. they even use the same dialogue.
When the crew find an abandoned ship and a single living crew member aboard it, Simon's medical examination is followed by dialogue that almost directly quotes when Newt is examined for malnutrition in Aliens. Additionally, when they first find the derelict spaceship, the pilot remarks that it could be home to 15, 20 families. A female then responds with a shocked 'families!', mirroring a scene and borrowing dialogue from aliens where Ellen Ripley is informed that there are 60 families on lv426.
The gun that Mal is seen manning in the opening flashback, sports the very distinctive Weyland-Yutani logo at the top of its display.
referenced as part of the documentary
mentioned in documentary
Finding the mother laying eggs and torching them.
The Alien depicted in this film has a rigid head, like those of the Aliens in Aliens, os opposed to the smooth head of the original Alien.
Nannybot resembles the Alien.
someone says the "Game over" line
The APU's in The Matrix Revolutions are almost identical to the power loader that Ripley uses in Aliens, and they are used for the same purpose as well. Also, the short-haired woman with the bazooka in Revolutions is identical to Vasquez in Aliens. And the aliens in Aliens look and act similar to the sentinels in Revolutions.
"Mostly hippies go to Farmer's Markets... mostly" instead of "They mostly come at night... mostly"
Marvin the martian attaches himself to the bottom of Bugs and Daffy's spacecraft in a similar way to the Mother Alien in Aliens (whilst looking at the camera knowingly)
Jean-Pierre Jeunet talk about the first 3 alien movies
Roman gives Rexus a "wrist locator" and tries to shrug it off by saying "It doesn't mean we're engaged or anything," just as Corporal Hicks says to Ripley in "Aliens" while giving her a locator device.
one of the characters does the "knife" trick
The title is displayed on a magazine cover.
When Spooner and Susan descend underground to sneak into USR, the fire alarm sound is the same sound used by the motion locators in Aliens.
camera shot of space ship right after the prologue
Again we're on a 'space base' with a 'rough' environment outside, and there are several quite obvious references incl. sound of doors, radio chatter etc. Not to mention the strange organic 'growth' occuring several places on the otherwise hi-tech but 'weatherbeaten' base.
Direct dialogue reference regards to character of 'Angie', and her similarities to Newt
Mentioned by Nick Swardson
The Monster Design.
When the player runs out of ammunition the line "What am I supposed to use, harsh language?" can sometimes be heard. A similar line is heard when the Marines are told that they cannot fire their weapons during the mission.
Luis' death resembles Bishop's stabbing by the Alien Queen. Also, when Leon, Luis and Ashley barricade themselves inside a barn, Leon says "It's game time", just like Cpl. Hicks in this movie.
Roger says "We can't all look like those anorexic aliens in the James Cameron movies", which is a reference to James Cameron's movie "Aliens"
"Game over, man. Game over!"
"They're coming outta the walls. They're coming outta the goddamn walls!"
Listed under James Cameron's name
mentioned in dialogue
Someone says "Game over man, game over!"
Female character quotes Apone, saying "Short, controlled bursts, conserve ammo", before facing a threat.
Numerous References: 1.Destroyer lifting the grate with his gun to check what was in the ceiling and popping his head up. 2. It is taking place at a future colony on a desolate planet. 3. The Machine Guns the Marines carry and use are very similar to the Pulse Rifles from Aliens.
"Game over, man! Game over!"
"Game over, man, game over."
It is mentioned in a magazine.
The new CIA device that Stan in in charge of demonstrating looks like the loader from the film.
Annika runs carrying Maria away from the head vampire, just like Ripley with Newt
If Sam Fisher guns down a civilian, he says "What was I supposed to use, harsh language?"
The APC from the film 'Aliens' is seen in a computer simulation of a bomblet destroying an armored vehicle
The crew climbs through the air ducts, and the captain remarks that he "appreciates the reference".
Carter wiping out the plants with a flame thrower is an imitation of Ripley doing the same to the alien pods
Johnny quotes Pvt. Hudson: "Game over, man. Game over!"
"Game over, man, game over!"
The Killer shows up behind the group by coming out of the knee-deep water like the alien that caught Newt. 2 people are fleeing in an elevator and the alien/killer is following.
One of the otters has an M41A Pulse Rifle from this film.
M41A Pulse Rifle from this film is seen in one scene
complained about titles name
The weapon Mara aquires after hitching the ride on the rocket is none other than the ubiquitous M41A Pulse Rifle favoured by the Colonial Marine Corps of Aliens.
"Game over, man! Game over!" line quoted by an actress
Tilde is compared to Ripley when on the power stilts.
Most of the storyline and a lot of the dialogue is lifted straight from Aliens.
The writer's agent states that the writer's new book sounds like a cross between "In Cold Blood" and "Aliens"
They mention the movie
Beast Man says, "Game over, man! Game over!"
"Short, controlled bursts!" in the level Crow's Nest
Allison: "Get away from him, you bitch!"
Several lines spoken by the characters in the prologue aboard the freight ship are direct quotes from the marines in Aliens. "I keep this for close encounters" while pulling out a shotgun, for example
During the strike team mission to the Hybrid base, one of the team is called Hudson and several quotes/paraphrases from Aliens are used (eg. "Knock it off Hudson" "Stay frosty")
Video case is shown.
whole entering clinic scene is modelled after Aliens entering compound scene
Alex Kingston says that she always wanted to be Sigourney Weaver in this film.
Series of lines in cafeteria referencing Aliens. Additionally, the "Weyland Corporation" which owns and operates the prison system shares a name with the "Weyland-Yutani" corporation which operates colonization, mining, etc in the Aliens universe.
The "Combat Armor" you find in the game is identical to the Colonial Marine's armor in this film.
SWAT-Teammembers are named Hicks, Hudson and Vasquez
The "For Close Encounters" Trophy takes its name from the scene where Hicks pulls out his shotgun and says: "I like to keep this handy... for close encounters. "
space marines with female heroine/alien monster that secretes an acidic liquid/numerous close-up shots of the monster's mouth wide open and dripping slime/planetary colony owned by a corporation has ceased communication/planet has a nuclear reactor set to explode/deep space travel hibernation/drop ship scene/motion sensors/corporate weasel along on the mission double-crosses them/finale has the female heroine go it alone into the monster's lair to rescue another female
"Game over, man."
The character zoey will constantly say 'This is game over man, game over!'
The elevator BURN-E uses to go outside is designated LV-426, the same designation as the planet in Aliens
The final battle, as the insectoid Other Mother flails in the pit and grabs Coraline
"Get away from them you bitch"
Lance Henriksen is described as the "guy from Aliens".
Distinct parallels between Lynn and Newt including character, clothing and predicament
Poster on wall when the Dwarfers discover they're characters on a TV show
In both movies the lead is in an elevator, chased by the villan, and shouting "Come on!" at the elevator; In both movies a similar mobile motion detector is used and makes the same sound.
Dialogue with Carter tracking how many meters away Spot is, proximity sensor on his freeze-gun and the sound it makes
"I love the Alien and Predator movies."
The alien queen appears.
"We have a rip-off of Aliens..."
DiNozzo describes Aliens as more action than creepy
Underdome wave 18: "Game over, man. Game over."
At the end of the mission, "Prisoner 47," Price says to McTavish, "Whatever you're gonna do, Soap, do it fast!" PFC Vasquez says the same thing to Ripley in "Aliens" when they're trying to figure out a way to escape a horde of xenomorphs.
A alien queen lays eggs, parasitic aliens which Obi-Wan wants for study.
Referenced by name
mentioned on the Avatar preview
A snowflake quotes lines from this movie
A character references Sigourney Weaver's character Ellen Ripley as fighting off aliens.
Mentioned in Sigourney Weaver's opening monologue
James Cameron talks about the movie
Bob Hanson: "Game over, man! Game over!"
The movement tracker the kids use has the same screen as the one from Aliens.
the main achivement in this game is "not bad for a human"
Reference to Bishop finishing in the Doctor saying "No offence Bishop"..."None taken"
Rick Lazzarini mentions it.
DVD cover shown.
The line "When the time comes; I'll do us both." also when Royce first recovers from his parachute landing, there is a music motif used from Aliens.
The drop ship unit quotes the drop ship pilot from Aliens "in the pipe 5 by 5", just as in the orginal Starcraft
Allison Blake to Tiny Rover: "Get away from him, you bitch"
The "Weyland drilling corp" name and logo is a reference to Weyland-Yutani corp from the Alien series of movies
Chuck says, "Some of my favorite movies wind up in air ducts: 'Aliens' and 'Die Hard.'"
Jimmy Fallon and Higgins debate whether Paul Reiser was in the film
DVD is shown.
Abed and Troy go the the Halloween party dressed as an alien and Ripley in the Power Loader from Aliens (1986).
One of the films of this episode's subject
The "Weyland Corporation" running the prison system shares half the name of the "Weyland-Yutani Corporation" which operates colonization, exploration, android production, and other industries in the Aliens universe.
-Sigourney Weaver references the movie, which she starred in.
The line about "them" only coming out at night is directly taken from Aliens
The search for the monster is called "a bug hunt"
James Cameron's movie mentioned
The "Get away from her, you bitch!" line is used towards Sigourney Weaver's character during the climactic scene of the film. The line is famously used by Lt. Ripley (Sigourney Weaver) at the climax of 'Aliens.'
Quoting Pvt. Hudson, one of the DJs says, "Game over, man! Game over!"
The chicken says, "Get away from her, you bitch!" and then shoots an arrow into Scooter's head. In "Aliens," Ripley says the same line when defending Newt against the alien.
Referenced in homage with the character name Hudson.
Lance Henriksen movie mentioned
Video case is shown in a video store.
mentioned as having much in common with Moon 44
Christy mentions that the film is referenced in "Paul"
Ignatiy mentions that dialogue from the film is quoted in "Paul"
Photograph is shown.
An EDF trooper asks "What am I supposed to use, harsh language?"
Brandon and Lori win a movie prop from Aliens in one of the storage unit auctions.
"We see a poorly CGI'ed Aliens rip-off."
numerous visual references cited by filmmakers
"nobody can hear you scream" incorrectly identified as from this movie
After the drum is picked up with the forklift the driver says "where do you want it?"
While exploring the W.H.O building, there are several emails from and to a Corporal Dwayne Hicks, one of the Marines from Aliens.
Simon mentions that the designers of 'Aliens: Colonial Marines' asked Ridley Scott for advice, because he made the first Alien movie. He also mentions that they should have asked James Cameron, who did the second part, due to the similarity between 'Aliens' and 'Aliens: Colonial Marines'
In "Sexy Secret Agent", an experiment is being recorded on videotape. There are a several number sequences on the screen, among them "LV426" , the name of the planet from "Aliens" .
Numerous characters in Area 51 Confidential gather name inspiration from characters/actors in ALIENS.
The team is issued M41-A pulse rifles.
They have M-41A pulse rifles and power loaders on the Horizon.
Alien Queen mentioned
Barney panics exactly like Hudson, babbling and crying out the iconic words, "Game over, man! Game over!"
When the scientists are preparing to leave the pyramid, someone shouts "We are leaving!" which is similiar to what Corporal Hicks said in Aliens; "Marines! We are leaving! " And later, when the personnel carrier runs over one of the affected crewmen, this is similiar to a scene where the APC runs over an Alien during the fight at the atmosphere processor.
JonTron calls the lead's acting a tribute to Bishop from Aliens.
In the scene at Fenway Park's Green Monster, Ted references the "artificial person" Bishop at the end of "Aliens". Ted also reenacts Bishop's knife trick at his party.
seen among ERod's DVD collection
numerous visual references
"...which is being held by Gorman from Aliens."
Becky's rescue is the same as Rebecca's rescue. In addition, they look like each other.
mentioned in dialogue
James mentions how the sets of Galaxy of Terror would inspire the sets in Aliens.
James Cameron says "We're in the pipe, five by five," like Ferro does in 'Aliens.'
Its use of red to create an uncomfortable atmosphere is mentioned.
"It's like having the scene of Ripley being questioned by the board in Aliens be the wrap-around story for Alien."
Weyland-Yutani Corp logo on the screen in the control center
Bum claims that an actor is played by "Newt's sister."
Mentioned in dialogue
Quote "James, Cameron get the aliens"
Eleanor Tomlinson based her characterization of Isabelle on Sigourney Weaver's Ripley in Aliens.
Video case is shown.
"giant robots taken from Aliens/The Matrix."
Alec Gillis mentions that he and Tom Woodruff Jr. worked on Aliens.
Terry Crews says his 14-year-old daughter wanted to watch the film
Scott points out that the Alien Queen is just "hanging out" in Bob's basement.
Dean and Charlie identify themselves as Agents Hicks and Ripley.
Birkhoff/Ripley: "I say we take off and nuke the entire site from orbit. It's the only way to be sure."
"Newt. Nobody calls me Newton except my mother."
Adam quotes Bill Paxton's famous "Game over, man!" line in the opening scene.
Reference to Bishop's knife-between-fingers trick.
Mentioned in dialogue
When Jace shines a light in the abandoned hotel a ton of vampires are seen crawling to him looks like the same shot of Burke shining a light in the abandoned shipship & finds aliens crawling to him
Reference is made to "nuke it from orbit" when characters are discussing how to approach a terrorist base.
Mike mentions "the Alien movies with Sigourney Weaver".
APC in Aliens movie was made out of aircraft tug. An aircraft tug in Grand Theft Auto V is named Ripley, same as Aliens main character.
Mikey quotes Hudson "Game over man, game over"
The Nerd praises it for going a step further with more action.
James comments that the climax with the Queen Xenomorph in Aliens is superior towards the climax of Alien Vs. Predator.
mentioned among sequels being debateably better than the original
Alec Gillis references Winston going to the UK to work on Aliens, and Richard Landon describes the puppeteering of the Alien Queen.
"...if it were an action book, in the likes of Aliens or Predator."
Mentioned by Jimmy when introducing James Cameron
It is referenced.
Poster is seen.
All the Toy Soldiers are named after characters from Aliens.
Bishop's classic knife game is featured.
"She cut the power!"
Ellen Ripley is #8 on the "Heroes" list.
Brett's #4 Monster/Alien in Movies
a clip is shown in a montage of James Cameron's films
a clip is shown in a montage of Bill Paxton's films
Clips shown in a segment on its title character.
Clips shown in a segment on Ellen Ripley.
During the World Summit one of the companies present is the Weyland-Yutani Corp.
"Screenwriter's Bag of Tricks" segment
The Alien Queen takes the #4 Monster & Aliens in movies
shows a scene of Sigourney Weaver carrying a Newt dummy
Clips shown during the Sigourney Weaver tribute.
The action figures are seen in a commercial and clips of the movie are shown
A short clip is shown to compare sets
Welshy plays a clip when students in Scream 2 debate how a line was delivered.
Jeavons discusses the sequel
"Game Over Man" clip was shown
A clip is shown while Lance Henriksen narrates
"Game over, man. Game over."
points out the plot holes.
Ripley suggests nuking the entire site
"Kinda looks like the Xena-morph from Aliens."
Clips of mistakes shown
A clip is shown.
Film Brain recaps the plot
shows a nonsensical edit of the film to emphasise how disjointed SiN: The Movie is.
movie is reviewed
recaps the previous film
"Aliens was like a war movie..."
The shot of the Alien Queen lowering itself down to confront Ripley is shown.
The Xenomorph head and the shot of the Alien rising out of the water behind Newt are featured.
Hazel and Augustus watch Aliens on the the plane to Amsterdam.
The Alien saga is the subject of discussion
"If the Aliens logo can get away with an 'I-gina'..."
Features footage of the film and interviews cast
Spoofed in Alienses
line: get away from him you son of a bitch
one of Dale's favorite movies looks like a cartoon version of this
Joel saves Crow from attack by Timmy, saying "Let go of him, you bitch!" and blows Timmy out of the airlock.
the final enemy looks like some sort of egg-shooting alien termite queen, thus being a sort of homage/parody to the Alien Queen in Aliens
Reiser spoofs two of his most famous roles in "Mad about You" and "Aliens."
Crow's proximity detector indicates that aliens are all over the Satellite of Love, and he screams, "They're under the floor! They're in the walls!" in the same manner as Pvt. Hudson in "Aliens."
Several elements from the film are parodied such as a panicky repairman named Hudson and finding people cocooned in the monster's lair.
When Stewie breaks under the Griffins' exodus, he says "Game over, man. Game over!"
the lice infecting the tree house are reminiscent of the xenomorphs infesting the colony on lv-426 in Aliens, and the pink lice at the climax is a spoof of the alien queen, other parodies include the kids taking the roles of the colonial marines, number four=hudson number three=vasquez, number one=possibly bishop, number five= ripley,
Conker adorns a loader, just as Ripley does and says "get away from her you bitch!"
the movie makes jokey references
Characters from the film offer advice on how to survive an alien attack
Jimmy made a movie based on this (we can see a poster); later he reenacts the scene with the Alien Queen while drugged.
The final confrontation takes place in the nest of a monstrous chicken with eggs hatching all around, similar to the scene in Aliens when Ripley meets the queen alien.
A Queen Xenomorph at the end of the movie confronting Ripley and Newt.
Wallace is climbing under the floor grates to escape from Piella, who reaches down and pulls them off in an attempt to catch him (much like the queen alien chasing Newt). Fluffles (driving the forklift) and Piella fight like Ripley and the alien.
In the Republican Space Rangers TV show, a robot cuts through the ship's door to awaken the rangers from their cryotubes eight years later than they expected.
Spoofed in James Cameron's Laser Cats 5
Alternate Ending parody
"Get away from her, you bitch!" scene
Makes fun of Ripley's famous line to the alien queen "Get away from her you bitch!" line
When Kenneth and Hazel are "tracking" Tracy's lizard ... the screen on their gps tracking device... and much of their dialog... is the same as the scene late in the Sigourney Weaver film, Aliens (1986), between Ripely and Hudson, right before the final alien attack on her, Newt and the remaining Colonial Marines.
Lupa's fight with the Nostalgia Chick resembles Ripley's fight with the alien in this movie.
In the Mars colonization segment, the character Ramirez is a spoof of Vasquez in "Aliens."
Lupa, on robotic lifts about to battle a monster, yells "get away from her, you bitch!"
parodied in The Jetsons skit
A mission in which Rex destroys a nest of dragon eggs with a flamethrower is much like the climax of Aliens.
"Eggy-ens" poster in Blue's bedroom is a parody of the movie
CGI Xenomorphs in the movie.