Event Horizon (1997)
Many plot and design elements were most likely inspired by this film, including: a crew investigating an ominous place in deep space; Gothic influences on the ship's interior; a mysterious and disturbing recording (Director's Cut only); one of the team members protects the malevolent entity, and turns on the rest; survivors splitting up, with one group preparing the self-destruct system on the ship and the other making preparations to use an escape shuttle, when a monster suddenly corners one of the groups.
A structure causing disturbing hallucinations in people; it succeeds in convincing one of them to do its bidding, turning him into a murderous psychopath; one of the hallucinations involves a woman in a bathtub; blood flowing from an elevator.
Graphic scenes of sado-masochistic torture; the three-ringed design of the gravity drive which gives access to a hell-like dimension is an homage to the puzzle box from this movie.
referenced on Weekend Update
A conscious entity has traveled from space aboard an Earth ship, with the ability to manifest people's fears; both ships feature a mysterious orb of questionable nature; certain events damage the crew's ship, and cause them to be cut off from home base; in the end, there is an explosion on both ships, with several crew members escaping in a pod.
The movie's poster can be seen on the wall.
Mentioned by Bob
In some offices on the desk you can find magazines with cover title "Event Horizon found!"
The transformation of the Captain of the Icarus I (Pinbacker) bears a huge resemblance to the transformation of Dr. William Weir. The scene with Pinbacker in the observation room on the Icarus II is almost identical to one scene with Dr. Weir on the bridge on the Event Horizon.
Name is mentioned
The text "liberate tutame ex inferis" ("save yourself from Hell") comes from the movie Event Horizon (1997) and can be seen on a floor in F.E.A.R. 2, written in blood.
Listed as a scary movies set on a spaceship
Mentioned in dialogue
The Event Horizon spaceship can be seen in the graveyard of lost spaceships.
Cover seen on shelf in DVD-store
Video case is shown.
When Romilly (David Gyasi) explains to the crew how a wormhole works, by putting a pen through a piece of paper to connect two dots, he does it in the same way as Dr. Weir (Sam Neill) in Event Horizon (1997).
Two scenes from Event Horizon appear when Guill probes Tuvok's mind looking for violent imagery.
Screenplay Cliché segment.
movie clips are shown
Movie is reviewed
A multiplayer stage resembles the Event Horizon ship from the film. Also, the flag used for capture the flag resembles the core of the ship from the movie.
New twist to the "DO YOU SEE?" speech.
When Kirk tries to Get Tugg out of the camp and asks him to come home, Tugg says "I am home!". The line and the visuals are copied exactly from the scene between Laurence Fishburne and Sam Neill in Event Horizon
Mission to go into space and find out what happened on the Horizon