A DVD trivia game based on the hit film.
Characters and actors used.
The temple monster design comes from this film
The song, "The Man with the Hex", contains a game the Carey Grant's character where he has verbal exchange with someone that goess: "You remind of a man", (What man?) "The man with the power", (What power?), "The power of hoodoo", (hoodoo/who do?) "you do", (Do what?). The exchange then repeats.
a miles to Yucca Flats sign appears where Scrappy-Doo gets thrown out of the Mystery Van.
Dialogue refers to "fists of fury"
Shaggy [to Scooby; after getting hit in the face]: Hong Kong Phooey, watch the fists of fury!
When Scooby realizes that Fred has been possessed by a demon, he puts his paws on his cheeks and screams like Kevin.
Scrappy says "I'm as pretty as a Powerpuff Girl!"
the scene where Daphne fights a goon is almost complently indentical to the battle between Natalie Cook & Vivian Wood.
French Parody of Scooby-Doo
Matthew Lillard who played Shaggy in the 2002 film is being scolded by the Cartoon version of Shaggy for making him look bad in the film version.
Referenced during the "Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed" review.
DVD is among the prizes.
The narrator mentions that Linda Cardellini was in this movie.
When Daphne discovers she's being impersonated by "an extra," she asks, "Was Sarah Michelle Gellar too busy?"
Mention by Chris Griffin
mentioned as a film James wrote, which enabled him to make SLITHER
on shelf in video store
Open reference by a character
DVD is shown.
Freddie Prinze Jr. says he's glad it wasn't a Scooby Doo joke.
Starting with this movie, Matthew Lillard is the current voice for Shaggy.
When Velma is telling the tourists about the monsters that appeared in Crystal Cove over the years, you can see the Luna Ghost suit, the villain that appeared in the 2002 Scooby-Doo live action movie.
movie mash-up answer: Scooby Doo the Right Thing
Mystery Van seen
"...Shaggy from Scooby-Doo."
Alex is talking with Helen at work and mentions this movie
Title mentioned while introducing Sarah Michelle Gellar
"We've also got Matthew Lillard as Shaggy..."
"It's like the Scooby Doo movie. You have so much shit going on"
mentioned in dialogue
Isla Fisher says that she moved to Los Angeles when she was promoting the film
says this movie sucked
Sam and Phil argue whether a certain quote is from either Danger Mouse or Scooby-Doo.
Pete calls Myka and Claudia "Velma" and "Daphne".
In episode 3, Chloe mentions scaring up a scooby snack.
The van appears in the background when Cool Cat goes to Hollywood
The emphasis on Fred and Daphne's relationship is taken from Mystery Incorporated, and this film.
DVD is shown.
Harry makes an impression of Scooby and Shaggy
Andy says he lost his sex appeal like Freddy Prinze Jr. after "Scooby-Doo".
mentioned by Jennifer while she is explaining her plan for a heist
The movie is mentioned in the monologue
Max says "ruh roh" like Scooby-Doo; director also directed this movie
reviewed + footage used
VHS/DVD release reviewed + footage used
Mentioned as a live-action adaptation of Scooby Doo. Clip shown.
AniMat says he won't talk about a film based on a Hanna-Barbera show like this one for a honorable mention. Clips briefly shown.
movie is reviewed
movie is reviewed
His review of the film is a runner-up
Scooby and Shaggy rank at #9
When Scooby tries to escape the monsters using a suitcase as a disguise, he says "Run, suitcase, run."
the monsters explode in a similar way the Vampires explode using a disco ball and sunlight.
Buffy's crew are often called the Scooby Gang. In this movie, Sarah Michelle Gellar joins the original Scooby Gang as Daphne, and fights like Buffy in one scene.