Bad Taste (1987)
Derek wears a long scarf identical to that of the fourth Doctor. Also a line of dialog mentions the aliens possibly arriving in a telephone box, the means of transport of The Doctor.
Directly mentioned when Ozzy suggests that aliens can just beam themselves up.
The scene when Clint Eastwood gives a dying soldier cigarette is spoofed.
The house flies up in the ending like the homestead in Bad Taste.
Shots of machete being stuck in the head were directly inspired by make-up effects from that movie.
Video case is shown in a video store.
Derek bursting through the door shouting "Bastards!" is a reference to "Here's Johnny".
A still of Tom Berenger from that movie is seen on the cover of Soldier of Fortune magazine that Ozzy is reading.
"There's no glowing fingers on these bastards"
It is referenced.
When the show goes live, one of the spectators is wearing the alien mask from that movie.
VHS in video shop.
One of the boys mentions this as a film he likes.
"Spoon Stuck in Head" gag.
Sub-Zero's Head/Spine Rip Fatality looks exactly like one of the kills in Bad Taste.
Ted plays the Bad Taste LP which causes River to roll down the hill into the swamp.
SPOILER: The moment in which Jacob Fuller shots through the body of a vampire is a direct throwback to Derek shooting through the body of an alien.
Jakob Stegelmann mentions the film by name
The Orc captain's head is shaped like the alien's in Bad Taste, an early Peter Jackson film.
Upon accepting his Best Picture win, Peter Jackson thanked the Academy for not awarding him for that movie or Meet the Feebles (1989).
Title of this film appears on screen.
Video case, poster and t-shirt are shown.
Mentioned in dialogue by employee.
Nick closing a cracked-open skull and "sealing" it with a hat just like Derek in Bad Taste
Aesthetically inspired, similar satirical depiction of cannibalism. The Wolf also tells a restrained, just awake Red that "tomorrow I'm having you for supper", inspired by a scene where the Alien leader tells the aid worker that he's "having him for lunch".
Video case is shown.
mentions that this movie is better than Kickassia
Mentioned it when they talk about the first horror films of Peter Jackson
Peter Jackson was believed to have been inspired by Toxic Avenger.
The HUD's advice "Headshot's the only true stopper" is also given by Derek (Peter Jackson) when advising a friend how to shoot in the movie Bad Taste.
"I prefer the old days when they mostly made movies like Russian Bad Taste and Russian Dead Alive."
Giles wears a "Bad Taste" t-shirt in one scene, a reference to the 1987 Horror/Comedy film set in New Zealand by Peter Jackson.
Features a review of the film as well as clips
Being watched on the television
This moive is featured on this DVD collection
Film featured on this episode.
Clips and film is discussed/reviewed
The retractile lawn
The person with the finger prostetics in the beginning of the movie is called "Coldfinger".
Constantly going back and forth around the same house, although instead of going out The Boys mainly are trying to go in.
The scene when the Cook greets Giles is a spoof of Leatherface's first shot in the movie.
Kemp's hand spoofed at the beginnning of Bad Taste
"The boys" (Ozzy and Frank) are a Doyle and Bodie parody complete with Ford Capri.