Black Christmas (2006)
"the Island of Misfit Toys" is mentioned
"He's my brother, He's my Daddy." Similar line to the film Chinatown: "She's my sister, She's my daughter."
In 'The House on Sorority Row' the killer uses the sharp end of a cane to kill. In 'Black Christmas' the killer uses a sharpened candy cane to kill the prison guard. Both movies are set in sorority houses.
The leg lamp can be seen in the sorority living room.
Billy's character putting on the Santa Claus suit to escape the asylum.
A killer pulls out a girl's eyeball and eats it.
impalement with an umbrella
"You're definitely getting Punk'd" line.
Michelle Trachtenberg's character was killed by an ice skate to the head. Michelle Trachtenberg also starred in Ice Princess, a movie about figure skating.
Billy is a yellow skinned murderer, just like the yellow bastard from Sin City
The plot for both films are extremely identical with a killer stalking sorority sisters. This film was so reminiscent it was accused of ripping off this film.
It is mentioned in a newspaper article.
Hayden Panettiere mentions this remake.
A character lists numerous remakes as an answer to a trivia question asked by the killer on the phone. This is one of those films mentioned.
Mention that Michelle Trachtenber was in this film
mentioned among inferior reboots
Using an ice skate as a weapon
The man who kills by suffocating his victims with a plastic bag is likely inspired by this movie, where the first victim is killed with a plastic bag over her head. (This happens in both Black Christmas movies.)
Poster is shown.
Referenced in dialog.
A poster for the film is shown.
Referenced in the "White Christmas" digital short
DVD is shown ("Black X-Mas").
The death scene of Chanel #2 (Ariana Grande) where she is stabbed in the head is a parody of a death scene in the Black Christmas remake where Dana Mathis (Lacey Chabert) is stabbed in the head.
This is a making-of documentary about the upcoming Black Christmas release
this is a making of documentary about the film, Black Christmas
movie is reviewed
Movie is reviewed