When Doug returns he tells others about bunch of abandoned cars he saw. He says "It was like The Twilight Zone".
Dustin Hoffman's character is spoofed briefly in this film
The two German shepards in the family are named "Beauty" and "Beast".
Climatic scene involving Patricia Arquette is referenced in a brutal fight scene.
automobiles arranged in symbolic pattern
It is mentioned in a newspaper article.
mentioned in dialogue
The title is shown
James shows a poster of this movie as an example of how the new millinium is over populated by remakes.
Sideshow Bob says that he became the director of "The Hills Have Eyes 3: The Hills Still Have Eyes."
mentioning a fictional "Hills Have Eyes 6" to get a movie director to abandon his existing project so they can hijack it for their own purposes
G says the miltia is like "Hills Have Eyes" psychos.
Mentions it in his routine
in overview on Alexandre Aja's career
Mentioned in documentary
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.
mentioned among inferior reboots
still picture of Alexandre Aja, identified as film's director
Spoken about by Berryman
Adam uses "the creepy girl with no lines in The Hills Have Eyes remake" as an example of B-horror movie celebrities who appear at horror conventions. Holliston's Laura Ortiz actually played that character ("Ruby").
Mike calls the remake, and prequel to this film, unnecessary.
footage is included toward the beginning of the film
when Doug finds his baby in one of the test village houses, one of the miners is watching "Divorce Court" on TV
It is mentioned and discussed. Also, poster and footage of this movie are shown.
#2 on Roeper's list, and #6 on Phillips'.
Footage of this movie is shown.
Clips are shown