The scene in which Noah stabs Lucius recreates the stabbing scene in the earlier film.
A teenager want's to know the world outsider that adults are hidding
Character dressed as animal with red cloak; masks made of pig heads; small, isolated comunity in modern with old lifestyle
Reflection of red-caped figure moving past.
When Mr. Walker is teling Lucius that he is fearless after the elders read the note Ivy is sitting in a chair behind him. Everyone around her is wearing dark colors while she is wearing a bright blue dress. Shyamalan used this technique so the audience would notice Ivy. He also used this in Unbreakable when David was first using his power. Everyone that was passing by him was wearing dark colors and everyone that brushed him was wearing bright colors.
Mentioned by Michael
When speaking with M. Night Shyamalan, they list his film accomplishments
Poster can be seen after JCVD's parents have arrived in the video store and are talked to for the first time
Tevin mentions that his picture was taken by M. Night Shyamalan and proceeds to say that he was the guy who directed The Village.
Subject of a $2,000 clue in the category "Movie Debuts"
Jay mentions that Bryce Dallas Howard was in the film
At a close glance the aliens bear similar resemblence to the monsters in The Village
Shawn: I was wrong - this isn't "Witness" it's "The Village".
another of M. Night Shyamalan's films
Troy describes The Village as so bad it's a comedy.
Shawn says that he and Gus "lost faith in humanity" after watching "The Village."
Interview programme about the movie
Nominated for original score
"How to Spot a Shyamalan" sequence
another film by M. Night
The Peta's village, the way they face outsiders and their primitive ways are a spoof of the village and the villagers in "The Village"
the surprise ending is spoofed
The Village is one of the film lampooned in this installment.