Clips of Casper from the film are used.
Ichabod introduces his adopted son to New York City by saying, "You'll soon find your bearings, young Masbeth. The Bronx is up, the Battery is down, and home is this way."
The windmill scene is closely copied.
In Treasure Cave we can see the same images of monsters as on lantern in the 1999 film "Sleepy Hollow"
Jay admits that he liked the film
"[Playing the] beheaded blacksmith in Sleepy Hallow won't land me on the cover of Vanity Fair."
on magazine cover
A poster of the film is shown hanging on a wall.
Boondock Saints is shown to be playing in a double feature with Sleepy Hollow
The bizarre glasses that Wonka wears upon first meeting the children reference similar ones seen in Burton/Depp's Sleepy Hollow.
In the beginning of both films Johnny Depp's characters frees a flying animal (bird and butterfly) from its cage and lets it fly out of his window.
Wuhl mentions Johnny Depp's movie
Gambon mentions he's in it
daughter says that the woods remind her of that Johnny Depp movie where the guy gets his head cut off, then she mentions the "legend of Sleepy Hollow"
movie on shelf in store
DVD case is shown.
Jakob Stegelman mentions the film in his review of Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (2007)
Plots are compared
the number 6 in the Top 25 Best '90s Horror Movies.
The film school geeks mention the title at the film festival
referenced in clue in "A Johnny Depp Film Fest" category
reviewed + footage used
Clips from the movie play in the background during the second song.
Clip included; editing analysed.
Clips of this movie were shown.
"Tim Burton in 3 Minutes or Less" segment.
Hewy discusses Tim Burton's version of the Headless Horseman
movie is reviewed
The Rodenstein Knight was a Hessian mercenary with the love of carnage too. He was also cursed and forced to return after his death. He is a well-versed sword-fighter.