This is a remake.
Both films open with a close up shot of an eye moving under its eyelid before it opens to reveal a blue iris
named by the filmmakers as an inspiration
Quentin feels like the Cube is build by some evil scientist similar to this movie
Character forced to fall into pit of barbed wire.
Referenced in dialogue
Main characters in ''Cube'' checking out possible traps by throwing something. Also, in DVD commentary, Vincenzo Natali acknowledges that Tarkovsky ''Stalker'' influenced ''Cube.''
David references this film
The three-ringed design of the Cube
David mentions it.
Face burning alive death sequence
Referenced in dialogue.
The level Cathedral Spires, The Descent, requires the user to find and use cogs in able to pass through a set of differently coloured cube rooms that rotate.
Laser Net sequence
Characters have to survive similar traps to get out alive in both films
The periodically shifting maze.
Reference to characters of the first movie.
Video case is shown in a video store.
DVD is shown in a video store.
The scene at the start of the movie where the rafter get chopped in to pieces by a trap.
DVD case is shown.
Ben's team enters a giant cube with reshuffling rooms, many containing different booby-traps.
The chambers in the elevator sequence move around like the cells in Cube.
DVD is shown.
Video case is shown.
strangers are put into maze containing deadly traps
The Doctor is trapped in a building consisting of numbered rooms that constantly shift.
title is mentioned
Posters in living room
Clips are shown from the movie as an example of the overall topics of the documentary.
Ranks at #4
Plot, in segment "Los Klamstein: Cube"
Cubicle mechanism, its moving sound, Hermes holding 'coordinates' of his cubicle.
The thug's death is a spoof of the 'Slice and Dice' scene from the film