The Hitcher (1986)
Sendero mortal (a.k.a. Sendero equivocado is a spain off of The Hitcher)
Desert highway setting; terrorized motorist
Jim enters a cafe named "Roy's Cafe"
Police station and convoy massacres are inspired by that movie (complete with the use of the same exact firearm: SPAS-12 shotgun). There are also "Kyle is fine" written on the cell wall and an almost identical moment of "Get out" near the end of both movies (Terminator to tanker driver in The Terminator and Jim to Esteridge in The Hitcher).
Siskel and Ebert talk about how unenjoyable they found the movie
Poster can be seen during the hollywood boulevard scene.
C. Thomas Howell says he starred in "The Hitcher"
The film is a philosophical anti-thesis of sorts, referencing a few things directly but having a radically different approach.
Video case is shown in a video store.
Emma sees a connection between the murder and the movie.
When Gretchen suggests hitching a ride, Dawson uses this movie as a reason not to
Scott Tenorman finds a finger in his chili.
David's picking up of a hitchhiker who turns out to be psychotic and homicidal is similar in many respects to The Hitcher.
The scenes in the old garage are very alike. Same old cars, same ray of light
Rutger Hauer happears thru an Hitcher poster reflected in a mirror
Mentioned by Truman as one of Rutger Hauer's films
the dialogue in the first scene references the dialogue in the first scene of this film
Scene in which The Joker taunts Batman into running him over with his motorcycle.
Person pulled apart by two vehicles
Mysterious unstoppable hitchhiker on the open highway.
Darabont calls it a great movie
Trent mentions the movie after being picked up by the truck driver.
the film of this episode's topic.
Nikolay Yeriomin visually references poster of the film in one of scenes subliminaly directed by him.
dismemberment by vehicle
"They have to prove themselves by reenacting a scene from The Hitcher."
"He's fucking with C. Thomas Howell on the desert highways."
A scene is shown.
During the Roy's Cafe scene (used in both films), producer Brad Miska can be seen at the same table where Jim pulls a gun on John Ryder under the table in The Hitcher.
"Maybe Dr. Loomis stumbled onto the set of The Hitcher."
Artwork on Dee's bedroom wall.
Move referenced when hitchhiking
This short is an homage to this movie
Subject of a question
One of their picks.
A clip is shown.
Shown playing on TV in coffee shop.
Number 34 on the list
The film's theatrical trailer is featured.
John Ryder is #10.
the crazy hitchhiker they pick up and kick out of their car