Alien prison warden named Zanti
Tabloid sheet has a headline about Mr. Spock
movie poster hanging in Brads room seen at 17 minutes thirty seconds into the film.
One of the critters comes across an E.T. doll, tries to communicate with it. It becomes frustrated with it and bites its head off. This is an in-joke to Dee Wallace Stone, who starred in the movie.
At the back of the polo short of Mr. Brown, there was a logo similar to the Ghostbuster's logo. It was a bowling pin designed like the Ghostbuster logo.
Evil little creatures.
The film's poster (under the title "Mutant") could be seen in Brad's bedroom.
Poster is shown in a video store.
Movie poster on wall.
Standee and poster are shown in a video store.
Poster is seen in the boy's bedroom.
Raphael watches this film in the cinema.
Videocassette seen at Mondo Video
Videotape at Mondo Video
There is a "Critters" poster on the wall in the cabin. And Evil Ed is a "Smart Egg" picture.
The scene where Stitch escapes from the prison station is similar to when the crites escape at the beginning.
Film artwork is shown in a newspaper article.
The evil versions of the Osomon are based off the Crites from this film.
mentioned as a rip-off of Gremlins.
Critter seen in Casting Session
One of the movies Steve suggests for the sleepover.
DVD mentioned in past releases
DVD and video case are shown.
The creature Gus-Gus looks like Crites and has their abilities
Poster is seen.
Video case is shown.
"Hey, you leave the Critters movies out of this."
mentioned by Ders
"he got ate by a Critter"
Jay mentions Dee Wallace's role as a mom in this movie
"Would we have had a double feature of Critters and Elf?"
playing on the TV at the bowling alley
Ebert's Video Pick of the Week.
One the characters watches it on television.
movie is reviewed
Stephen Chiodo describes designing the Critters while clips from the movie are shown.
The film's theatrical trailer is featured.
A guy gets dragged under a car and killed in a similar way as the police in Critters.