The Lawnmower Man (1992)
based on the same short story.
Dr. Angelo has a copy of this next to his TV set at the beginning of the movie.
The agency that runs the experiment, The Shop, is the same agency from Stephen King's Firestarter.
Movie poster seen during Al Pacino's "Beethoven" audition
Sydney describes it as a film about "a computer-generated nightmare."
Mentioned in documentary.
Article on "Inside View"
Jeff Fahey (Thorald Stone) using Virtual Reality glasses like his character Job in the Lawnmower man.
It is referenced.
Mentioned during the monologue
There's a tape of this film in a store.
Video case is shown.
Chris Gorak talks about working as an intern on The Lawnmower Man (1992).
Shawn mentions it to Gus.
another early '90s Brosnan film
Poster is shown.
poster shown in DVD recomendations
"...Lawnmower Man effects..."
"This is the worst adaptation since 'The Lawnmower Man!'"
Mentioned in dialogue.
"Turkish Lawnmower Man is starting to kick ass."
"Nice to know the movie is shot on Lawnmower Man's home movie collection."
"Is he gonna have to dig up his Lawnmower Man outfit?"
"Not even the Lawnmower Man talked about grass this much."
"And all of this was designed to somehow make the Lawnmower Man smarter."
Title, concept of idiot getting intelligent through devices.
"...that it might as well star Jeff Fahey as a simpleton who mows lawns."
Mentioned by Dean
A virtual reality session is said to resemble this movie
Referenced by Jeff
ad for movie is seen on the back of the comic book
Ryan mentions film by name.
Mentioned by narrator
Mack said: This right here, it's how The Lawnmower Man ends
Several excerpts are seen.
Two scenes from The Lawnmower Man are shown.
Clips are shown
Honorable mention, clips shown
Sage says the movie was better than Stephen King's story
Film Brain talks about the original
Adult pornographic spoof of the movie.
The stage selection screen with Bart attached to the VR machine wheel.