Pan's Labyrinth (2006)
Closeup of Ofelia's red (ruby) slippers in the final sequence
girl tumbling down a rabbit hole
Hedge Maze (Ofelia is chased by Capt. Vidal)
drawing on wall with chalk creates door that can be pushed in, transports to alternate reality.
eyes in palms
the dress she wears just before entering the hole in the tree
References to Coppola's Dracula in Pan's sequences and the Labyrinth
The creatures in del Toro's Mimic make the same sounds as the fairies make in this del Toro film.
The outline at the bottom of the maze, which slowly fills with blood is the same as the etching on the floor where Rasputin is revived.
A car crashes through a billboard
Referenced during Weekend Update
on magazine cover in gas station
'Dru Struzan''s poster for Pan's Labyrinth appears in the opening scene.
Video case is shown.
In a newspaper photo, Moe is credited as "Creature from 'Pan's Labyrinth.'"
mentioned in overview on Guillermo del Toro's oeuvre
South Jersey Sam says the executive producer for Kung Fu Panda 2 directed this movie
Jay mentions that "Don't Be Afraid of the Dark" is from the creator of the film
A Giant Frog/Toad can be seen in one of the elevators
Mentioned by Jason di Rosso in a review of Pacific Rim as another movie directed by Guillermo Del Toro.
Mr Burns appears as the Pale Man, Smithers as a fairy, Bart as the faun and Lisa enters the fairy kingdom
Episode title is wordplay on the film's English title, "Pan's Labyrinth".
Discord tells a story about a magical flower on the top of a hill which comes from a story told by Ivana Baquero's character in this film.
"And she looks like Tweety if he was swallowed and shit out by Pan's Labyrinth..."
Clips shown for the review.
reviewed + footage used
Footage of this movie is shown ("Pan's Labyrinth").
This episode reviews the film
Lindsay's #2 favorite
mentioned when discussing witches in pop culture
A clip of Doug Jones as Fauno is shown in this documentary.
Clips seen and discussed
Usak and Paci are watching this film.
One of the spanish movies been spoof for the film
'Gullimero Del Toro's The Social Network' is a direct parody of Pan's Labyrinth.
Pale Man appears in segment