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  • This is Scream, Wes Craven's blockbuster slasher flick from the nineties that introduced the world to this guy.

  • It's also credited with breathing new life into the slasher horror genre.

  • So in the lead up to Halloween, we're going to walk you through every movie, TV show, music, celebrity and artwork reference in screen Before we get started.

  • It's worth mentioning that the movie was inspired by the story of the Gainesville Ripper, a serial killer in Florida who murdered five college students in 1990 Dark.

  • We know along to the opening scene, which is probably one of the most iconic opening scenes from the nineties PC, who says.

  • Which launches us into the phone call sequence, which is a nod to two movies when a stranger calls and Black Christmas, where the killer also calls their victims to toy with them.

  • We'll throw two on the board here, okay, moving on to the shot of Casey making popcorn.

  • This is a reference to the classic or film Halloween, where Annie is also preparing some stovetop popcorn.

  • Never mind.

  • And speaking of Halloween, if this tracking shot looks familiar, it's because it was modeled after the opening scene of you guessed it Halloween and trust us when we say this isn't the last You've heard of Halloween in this reference tracker.

  • Halloween thing may go on to talk about the film A nightmare on Elm Street When Casey says this'll is actually a cheeky nod to director Wes Craven's body of work, he directed the first installment of Nightmare on Elm Street, but not the Sequels.

  • Fast forward to That's a reference to the 1984 movie The Mutilate ER, where characters are yep, gutted like a fish.

  • Here we have someone who phoned in their Halloween costume.

  • I mean, here we have ghost movies intact, whose MASS was inspired by the aptly named painting The Scream by Edvard Monk, as well as artwork from the Betty Boop cartoons and the Pink Floyd album The Wall and this scene where Casey desperately tries to outrun in.

  • It's based on this scene from the 1974 horror classic Texas Chainsaw Massacre, where the character Sally runs from the villain leather quips.

  • Next up, Casey's cries for help are modeled after this scene in Halloween, too, and Ghostface Dragon Casey Across the Long, is hauntingly similar to this scene.

  • from dementia 13.

  • Casey's dad says, Drive down to the Mackenzie Jamie Lee Curtis's character and Halloween had identical plans down the street, moving along here where Casey meets her early demise.

  • This isn't just a note to 1977 Suspiria When director West Craven and writer Kevin Williamson decided to kill such a big name at the beginning of the movie, they were using the Hitchcockian early death trope like when Janet Leigh was killed in the first half of the classic film cycle.

  • Fast forwarding.

  • Okay, pox.

  • Billy climbed through Sydney's bedroom window, just like Johnny Depp's character in Nightmare on Elm Street.

  • And you hear that song playing in the background.

  • It's an acoustic cover of Don't Fear the Reaper, which also plays in Halloween, but it needs more Calvin.

  • Okay, let's speed ahead of you.

  • Okay, stop here.

  • See the sheriff?

  • That's actor Joseph Whip, who also played a cop in Craven's Nightmare on Elm Street.

  • Also, does this guy look familiar?

  • That's Henry Winkler, who played the Fonz on Happy Days and we'll come back to Arthur.

  • Fonzie are really in a minute, Okay, moving right along and stop.

  • See how Randy is chewing his food.

  • This mirrors the way Norman Bates eats in Psycho.

  • Here, the group continues to chat about the likelihood of Casey's killer being a man or woman, and Tatum mentions basic instincts.

  • That movie, where Sharon Stone, a female, is revealed to be the murderer, and at this moment right here, if you really put her liver in the mailbox because I heard that they found her liver in the mailbox next to her spleen and her pancreas, Brandy is imitating comedian Jerry Lewis get fast forward when Sydney says it's like deja vu all over again.

  • That's a reference to a quote famously attributed to baseball legend Yogi Berra, who was known for his Yogi ISMs skipping ahead when Ghost Face calls Sydney, he says, which is very similar to the title of a made for TV movie.

  • Are you in the house alone?

  • Moving along.

  • Okay, let's stop here When DUI arrests Billy Way here, Billy's last name for the first time, which is the same last name as Dr Sam Loomis from Halloween.

  • Who is Michael Myers, psychiatrist?

  • Dr C.

  • I warned you there were a lot of howling references in this movie, but this reference is twofold because Samuel Loomis is also the name of the boyfriend in Psycho.

  • Okay, let's stop here.

  • See Tatum's VW Beetle?

  • It's the same car from Stephen King's The Shining that crashed along the side of the road.

  • And here is Tatum confronts Gale outside of school Waken Spot, a cameo from the legendary horror actress Linda Blair, who starred in The Exorcist.

  • Let's pause here when Stew says you branded him the Candyman.

  • That is a reference to the villain in the 1992 flick Candy Man and stop Here is Principal Hembree again fixing his hair just like he did us Fonzie in Happy Days.

  • And then right here as the funds, I mean Principal Hembree meets a janitor in the hallways West.

  • Craven is making a cameo, just like Hitchcock used to make cameos in all of his films, and he's dressed in the original costume worn by Nightmare on Elm Street.

  • Villain Freddy Krueger, Timber even hold him Fred, so we'll add three to the board for this one.

  • See this here hanging in the closet.

  • That's just like the Fonz is iconic leather jacket.

  • Let's add one more to the board for the funds.

  • As principal, Hembree takes his last breath.

  • The reflection of Ghost Face in his eye mimics key moments in Hitchcock's Psycho and Strangers on a Train.

  • Okay, fast forward when Tatum says, starting to sound like some Wes, she's mashing up the names West Craven and John Carpenter, the Halloween director.

  • So we're gonna add two on the board for this one moving along when Randy suggests the cops should watch Prom night to solve the case.

  • That's a horror film starring Jamie Lee Curtis.

  • Everybody back and look, there's a poster for another film she's in.

  • Let's add two to the board for Jamie Lee here when Sydney calls her town Sunday.

  • That's also the title of another lesser known 1976 horror film that was also based on a true story and pause right here.

  • Sydney brings up Jamie Lee Curtis again, saying she's so we'll throw one more on the board here for the Scream queen herself.

  • Okay, here the song playing is head to its drop dead gorgeous by Repubblica, perhaps foreshadowing what's to come and when she says it on your garage.

  • It's a playoff.

  • The title of the 1978 horror film I spit on your grave.

  • This comment here Casper is a reference to this friendly guy and then go space slices into Tatum's arm, just like Michael Myers does to Jamie Lee Curtis in this in fact, in the audio commentary, Wes Craven and Kevin Williamson said this entire scene in the garage is similar to this gruesome scene in Halloween, where the character and he has also killed in the garage.

  • Craven has also referred to this entire sequence as it cock it based on the way it was shot.

  • So we'll count that fast forward a bit.

  • And here, Randy says, What's Leatherface doing here?

  • Which you may remember from earlier?

  • Because that's another reference to the killer from Texas Chainsaw Massacre.

  • When Stew says and Randy replies, Really, Alicia, it's a nod to Alicia Silverstone's character share from the 1995 plastic Clueless.

  • That's way existentially pause here as 1,000,000,000.

  • Sydney discussed her PTSD, he says.

  • Jodie Foster in Silence of the Lambs when keeps having flashbacks of her dead father.

  • That's because in that movie, Jodie Foster's character also experienced the murder of Apparent Just Like Sydney and scream OK, fast forward a bit Oh, hey, look at that.

  • They're watching Halloween.

  • How meta.

  • All right, We're almost at the end here.

  • So stay low and let's stick together.

  • He was gutted and hung from the goalpost on the football field as the teams head off after learning of the death of Principal Henry, they chant a song called Writhe, which is a classical music staple used in many films.

  • So let's count that another one of them yells theme, which is how the Lone Ranger would address his horse Silver.

  • And yes, that is also a silver car.

  • But we will only count.

  • This is one here.

  • Sydney's fall out of the window looks hauntingly similar to this moment from Friday the 13th.

  • Part three.

  • Okay, let's stop here.

  • Ghostface, sleeping up behind Randy behind New is just like home in Halloween, where Michael Stocks Laurie does the blood dripping at Gail's feet look familiar.

  • That's because it's based on this scene from Night of the Living Dead and Sidney standing in the middle of the road, drenched in blood.

  • That's a throwback to carry.

  • Let's stop here because Billy's tumble down the stairs brings us to our last reference from this moment in.

  • You guessed it Halloween.

  • When Billy says that's a direct quote from Psycho.

  • We all go a little mad sometimes.

  • Anthony Perkins Psycho.

  • Yeah, that's I just said, a CZ 1,000,000,000 stew stand with their heads together and revealed themselves to be the killer's.

  • It matches this moment from the movie The Thing with two Heads when Billy says that woman was a bag flashed her style all over town like she was Sharon Stone or something about Sydney's mom having an affair.

  • That's another reference to Sharon Stone from Basic Instinct will throw one more on the board for sharing your mother.

  • Stop here as they continue to taunt Sydney in the kitchen, Stew says.

  • That's a reference to the 19 sixties game show.

  • Let's make a deal.

  • Let's see what's behind that door.

  • Faraday.

  • Whoa!

  • And then this quote.

  • Houston.

  • That's from 1990 five's Apollo 13 Houston.

  • We have a problem, and we know what you're thinking.

  • But yes will attribute this quote to the movie because the quote by the real life Apollo astronauts was slightly different.

  • Seriously, Google it.

  • Sydney escapes and calls Billy on the phone.

  • She said this'd call back to an earlier reference to the made for TV horror movie Are you in the House Alone?

  • House?

  • So we'll count that one again.

  • Millard is really up on his movie knowledge because he also improvised this line, which is also in 1973.

  • Sir Pickup.

  • Finally, this moment when Billy says that's a quote from the 1955 film East of Eden, bringing to an end the harrowing The Street way made it through every reference and screen way.

  • Think, and probably because we didn't split up did we miss anything while we're sure you'll tell us about it.

  • In the comments below, Thanks for watching and Happy Halloween.

This is Scream, Wes Craven's blockbuster slasher flick from the nineties that introduced the world to this guy.

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