Based off of the movie.
Very similar musical cues/shoot outs with coats/Selene's flying/shots of staircase when house is stormed.
Older, ruling vampires that can 'hibernate' until awakened with the blood of a powerful vampire to rule once more.
When Michael is tied up he sees a werewolf through the transparent wall, as in one of the final scenes in Jurassic park.
In the scene where Selene and Michael try to flee from Lucian in the car, Lucian jumps on top of it and starts stabbing through the roof, just like the T-1000 did in the elevator scene in T2, Selene even gets cut in the shoulder like Sarah Connor.
Lucian says "Not yet" while stretching his numb fingers, and later the shot focuses on his hands as he pulls himself over the rubble.
At the start of the movie when Selene encounters a werewolf in the train tunnel, you hear a wolf howl - the sound effect is taken directly from American Werewolf in London, An (1981).
Shot of hanging chains with water dripping from above
Outlines the creature effects of the movie.
Outlines the making of the movie.
Outlines the look and photography of the movie.
Jay mentions that Kate Beckinsale was in the film
Female Action Hero
Juicy references it as an inspiration for his narrative
Selene is among the vampires who can be seen in "Dracula-la Land."
mentioned in dialogue
Castle mentions the war between vampires and Lycans.
Shake talks about the movie extensively and dresses up in a similar leather corset
Bill Nighy says "I feel like I'm down with the kids now, I've been a zombie, a vampire and now a squid". He was a vampire in this movie and was making reference to it.
A poster for "Underworld' is clearly visible in the background of one scene.
poster in movie theater
reviewed + footage used
watched on TV
They show clips from Underworld before putting the scene where a lady, with two machine guns, shoots a hole into the floor to the test.
clip shown/ referenced
Lesbian make-out session featuring an Alice from Resident Evil look-a-like and a Selene from Underworld look-a-like.
Alternate Ending parody