Red Dragon (2002)
Francis Dolarhyde has a Jekyll-and-Hyde existence, and has "Hyde" in his name.
In the scene where we are introduced to Francis Dolarhyde, as he lifts weights he is imagining the voice of his mother who is chastising him when he was a boy. The woman we hear is actually Louise Fletcher in her role as the wicked grandmother in the 1987 film Fowers in the Attic.
You can see this movie in Robert Englunds DVD collection
A few shots with intentional homage to Red Dragon.
Poster on a wall.
DVD seen in pawn shop
It is mentioned in a newspaper article.
poster seen on wall
Theme from that movie plays when Macaulay Culkin allegedly comes back from the dead at the end. A joke, of course.
Poster shown to introduce Brett Ratner
In both films Ralph Fiennes is called a dragon, and has a tattoo of such a creature on his back.
William Jessop has visitations by a character from a William Blake painting, like Francis Dolarhyde
The wheelchair featured is much like the one which Freddy Lounds was glued to.
Mentioned when discussing the many interpretations of Hannibal Lecter.
Hannibal Lecter is #8.
movie is reviewed and compared to the original
Killer in a bathrobe showing the slide show, asking "Do you see?"