Heavy Metal (1981)
based on the same comic book series
The game is a loose sequel to the sequel to the movie.
A damaged starship Enterprise floats through space.
Poster is shown in a video store.
Everybody will DIE!
Comic magazine is shown.
Video case is shown in a video store.
Fantastical Place called "Neverwhere" in both films.
Poster seen in video store
Terry Windell mentiones her work on Heavy Metal
Astronaut riding in a car through space.
Documentary about the making of the film.
Heavy Metal comic book
A game set in the same world from the comics as the movie. Also features a heavy metal soundtrack.
Series of stories tied together by an evil item everyone wants.
First five minutes cheaply replicate the opening car scene of "Heavy Metal"
A movie poster is in JBs room.
Cam says "This has been the coolest thing since Heavy Metal."
The Mayor quotes the line "Unless you count the preschoolers' prostitute ring."
DVD is shown in a video store.
Poster shown while the Film Buff discusses animated movies of the 1980s
mentioned by Jason Reitman in a list of his father's films
Appears on the list of DVD & Blu-Ray releases of April/May
mentioned when discussing rotoscoping
Poster seen in basement.
"The animation looks like Heavy Metal threw up on a Molly Hatchet album cover..."
mentioned when discussing 1980s animated films
Sage takes a potshot at this movie
Recurring sphere element is an homage
A poster can be seen.
"sweet Heavy Metal jokes about John Candy not wanting to run around with his dork hanging out."
"Meanwhile, in Heavy Metal"
Comic books shown.
Hallucinogenic animated sequences that feature extensive nudity and a glowing green object like the Loc-Nar. Cosmatos cites Heavy Metal as an influence on him.
Pokematic compares Rock Odyssey to this film.
movie is reviewed
"...it plays out like a lost chapter of Heavy Metal."
Heavy Metal is #10.
Heavy Metal is #8.
Heavy Metal is #8.
The world Kenny and Gerald Broslovski see when they are high is a parody of the film, with the same music and similar characters.