Clash of the Titans (2010)
Film score reuses music from other titles.
Louis Leterrier is a big fan of Saint Seiya", an anime series about an army of warriors who possess celestial armour (inspired by Zodiac/Greco-Roman mythology). Leterrier incorporated the show's divine armour into the film (the glowing armour worn by the gods), and commissioned the series creator Masami Kurumada to design the Japanese posters for the film.
Calebos says "What would you have me do?" to Hades, like Mephistopheles says to Dr Faustus.
"Clash of the Titans" is reviewed by Aunt Linda on Weekend Update.
Subject of a $1,600 clue in the category "'The New York Times' Movies"
Kyle Buchanan notes that this movie and "The Last Airbender" have post-converted 3-D
A 3D film that How to Train Your Dragon was competing with during the "3D overload".
mentions the 3D gimmick used in movies
Emma Thompson talks about being on the set of the film
Movie referenced in this episode.
Mentioned by Andy Richter while talking to Conan
The DVD is shown
Pete says "Release the Kraken!"
Honorable mention for top warrior movies
The remake of Clash of the Titans was mentioned.
mentioned among unnecessary remakes
"You're gonna pay for Clash of the Titans."
Quoted by Writer upon being startled awake.
Both films start with a narrative by a female character, in which The Titans are mentioned
Liam Neeson mentions playing Zeus.
Curtis warns Megan that she's "about to unleash the Kraken".
The giant scorpion and the kraken.
Title mentioned while introducing Sam Worthington
Perseus & Zeus from this film appear in the Greek Mythbusters skit.
DVD visible on Film Brain's shelf
Mentioned by the narrator.
Mentioned by Mary
Mission achievement titled "Release the Kraken!" - the same line that Liam Neeson as Zeus famously proclaims from this film
"Release the Kraken!" is mention among Claptrap's Liam Neeson quotes.
Clare describes what happens when the kids are locked up in a moving metal box as "the Kraken that is unleashed", a paraphrase of the line from the movie: "Unleash the Kraken!"
A DVD of the film is shown
The film is liked by Mitch on Facebook.
Luke Evans mentions encountering Emma Thompson as Nanny McPhee on the set of this movie
Title is written on a wall
Lyndsey and the Chaser are asked a question about the mythological creature that gets released when they go head to head.
among 3D films that "don't count"
James talks about the remake
Brett reviews the trailer in the Anticipatron
the trailer is reviewed
Clips were shown from this movie
Reviewed, clips shown
A behind the scenes look at the film
Promotional excerpt shown during interview with Sam Worthington - Perseus fights a giant scorpion.
Liam Neeson's current acting career, Out in theatres in the Weekend Peekend
Clips, behind-the-scenes, making of, cast interviews
New on DVD for the Weekend Peekend
Movie reviewed in this episode.
a clip is shown as Christy says the film looked lousy after being converted from 2D to 3D
Clip featuring special effects' importance to scene
passenger on plane is watching this movie
A clip is shown.
Takes #2 on list on movies that People want Erod to talk about
Mentioned as a remake of the film of the same name, clips shown.
Clip is shown
Rob Reiner says, "Release the Kiken."
"Class of the Titans" is a spoof of this movie.
Bad Cop (Liam Neeson) says, "Release the copper choppers!" This spoofs Zeus's (also Neeson) "Release the Kraken!" line in "Clash of the Titans." This quote is spoofed again by President Business (Will Ferrell) saying, "Release the Kragle!"
Spoof of Medusa scene in the episode angry gods
Liam Neeson is excused from jury duty because he already released the Kraken