The Crow (1994)
Indian version of the film
Final climactic battle in the rain
Eyes gouged out by a bird (a crow no less)
Chest carving sequence
During the boardroom shootout, Draven rolls onto his back to kick a shooter through a window, then nips back up to his feet in one movement: a similar move to one performed in Enter the Dragon which, coincidentally, was his father Bruce Lee's last film before an untimely death.
Bright red lighting used in a ultra violence scene
Ernie's character asks if Eric's a ghost, an obvious in-joke to his ghostbustering character Winston Zeddmore
when Tin-Tin throws a knife at Eric/The Crow he catchs it & then throws back at him (which kills him), that's pretty simliar to how Jack killed Lo Pan in Big Trouble in Little China
Final climactic battle in a church, many characters also shot while using two pistols too
Burned Thorn symbol=Burning Crow symbol
The Crow is displayed on a bulletin board behind Zach.
Segment investigates the making of the film
Referenced during the "Blade" review.
Lucas cites a dialogue of this film and Patricia Gennice says "The Crow" is her favorite movie
prop guy made a Crow mask "just like the one in the movie"
One of the main characters is dressed like him in a party
The burning happy face symbol is referencing Eric's burning crow symbol
Mentioned by Peter while speaking with spokeperson for black birds
Brandon Lee and this film are mentioned by one of the rape victims
May rents it in a video store
Plot features an artist and his girlfriend getting murdered by a gang, (on an identical set to the Crow) and coming back from the dead for revenge
Guy in Crow makeup flees from the ball
A student says a goth student looks like the crow.
Burning logo of the hero.
The blood on Agent Sands´ pale face looks exactly like Eric Dravens make-up in The Crow; other white-painted faces appear fighting; the flashbacks are very similar to those in The Crow.
The gigantic flaming "The Punisher" skull in cars towards the end of the movie.
In the parade a man has his face painted in the style of the Crow
The monologue delivered by Berry in the preview is taken from the movie The Crow with minor editing to fit the movie (e.g. "crow" to "cat").
mentioned in dialogue
referenced in dialogue
It is mentioned in a magazine. Also, photograph is shown.
Mentioned by the guys
The protagonists of both films, Eric (The Crow) and Don, have several similarities in their personalities. Both are ruthless, dark characters who are 'back from the dead'. Both advocate to "Quit smoking, as it kills" and are trying to quit themselves too. Don convinces Roma that he is Don by speaking a line familiar only to her just like the "Can't rain all the time" line spoken by Eric to Sarah.
Satan tells people not to dress as The Crow and dresses as him himself.
A poster of The Crow is visible in a scene.
a poster for the film can be seen behind one of the interviewees
Strong resemblance between makeup and costume of The Crow and The Joker.
Alex Proyas mentions this film.
A goth girl says, "It can't rain all the time."
Ellen says that The director of Knowing previously directed I, Robot, Dark City and The Crow
Referenced among good comic book movies
In the Oz parody, Eric Draven substitutes for the Scarecrow
When Dante looks at himself in the broken mirror while wiping off his stage makeup it references the scene in The Crow where Eric Draven paints his face in the mirror he smashed before he sets out looking for vengeance.
The black tears make-up on Red Mist looks exactly like Eric Dravens make-up in The Crow
Eyes gouged out by a crow
Turtle mentions that Bruce Lee dies because he was shot with a real bullet during the making of this movie; Brandon Lee, son of Bruce Lee, was the actual victim
Ernie Hudson is featured as Detroit Lieutenant Al Garner in this episode. He portrayed Sergeant Albrecht in The Crow (1994), which was based around the events of Detroit's Devil's Night. During his first appearance, he mentions Devil's Nights in the 80s.
Mentioned in a conversation
Dermott mentions this movie.
Honorable mention for top movie superheroes
Chest carving sequence
movie is reviewed
Jenny's favourite film
Dramatizes the death of Brandon Lee on the set of the film
"You're like the Crow if he were in Candyland."
The flaming bat symbol resembles the flaming crow from the movie
Dermott dresses as Eric Draven for Halloween and says he's The Crow.
The Crow action figure is shown.
Mentioned by the narrator
The shot of Carrie looking at her cut plams
Burning Mockingjay symbol=burning Crow symbol
Quotes one line of dialogue
The black tears make-up on one of thug's looks exactly like Eric Dravens make-up in The Crow
Eyes torn out from their sockets
Mentioned in dialogue
poster is shown
Nicole says "The Crow" is one of her favorite movies.
Nerd talks about the movie and mentions the tragic death of Bruce Lee's son.
Uses the same myth as the Crow film
Batman has his batman symbol carved into a thug''s chest, Eric also did this action in The Crow
Poster is shown.
Poster shown on bedroom wall.
One of the Firewalk logos features a man walking in front of a flame, in a similar pose to Eric Draven on the film's cover.
Behind the scenes anecdotes
features clips from the film
Wins for "Best Song from a Movie" for Stone Temple Pilots' "Big Empty" and nominated for "Best Movie" and "Best Male Performance" for Brandon Lee
Clip from film is used in this episode.
DVD release reviewed + footage used
Taking #10 as the top revenge movies
movie is reviewed
Clip is shown
Clips and film is discussed/reviewed
movie clip is shown
Goth baddie dressed in bad Crow makeup
Slow motion scene of Simon being impaled on a church steeple.
Terry slides on a table (with counterfeit money) while shooting with two guns