Dog Soldiers (2002)
One of the final shots replicates the image of John Wayne walking through the doorway holding his arm.
A character claims their situation is like the Battle of Rouke's Drift portrayed in Zulu. Other scenes reference the film, including escape by knocking through the walls of a room, and the line "there's a good gentleman"
This film is referred to by Cooper
Sergeant Wells' story about Eddie Oswald is meant as an homage to Quint's tale of the USS Indianapolis.
The family name is the Uaths - which is Gaelic for 'the horror'.
Spoon calling out "Little pigs, little pigs".
Cooper mentions that locals attribute the disappearance of a young couple to the work of an escaped lunatic.
Similar plot and several shots are framed exactly like shots in Southern Comfort
Spoon compares their no-win situation to the Kobayashi Maru scenario.
The line "Remember: short, controlled bursts" is originally from Aliens
Copy of 'shaky cam' effect running through the woods. Also, one of the squad is named Bruce Campbell.
Soldiers fighting a creature in a wooded area, viewers at times see things from the creatures point of view.
Using a flare as bait and a jeep rocking back and forth from someone being killed inside.
The line "there is no Spoon" is also a quote from The Matrix.
Cooper reveals his fear of spiders, women, and spider-women, just as Daisy is allegedly afraid of mice, spiders, and mice-spiders
Sean Pertwee took the line "Let's have it through the long grass" from this earlier film of his. Although in that movie the line was said by Ray Winstone's character.
During the car chase, Stirling punches one of the marauders off the side of his car and performs a Bruce Lee-style yell when he does so - which is exactly what Spoon, also played by Darren Morfitt, did when in a fistfight with a werewolf in Dog Soldiers.
Colin mentions at dinner that he didn't want Hannah to get eaten by a pack of wolves. In Dog Soldiers he fought against wolves in a cabin in Scotland.
When Tucker is 'chasing' the college kid with the chainsaw, the kid impales himself on a broken tree in a manner extremely similar to Corporal Bruce's death.
Title of this film appears on screen.
DVD is shown in a store.
The shots, from Scott's point of view, are in black & white. The same thing was done with the creatures in Dog Soldiers.
Clips are shown
Main character watches it on TV with her son.
Neil Marshall's runaway hit
Dog Soldiers is #9.
Making of Documentary
Making of Documentary
Dog Soldiers is #10.
Dog Soldiers is #3.
throwing kitchen utensils at the weresheep in the dark kitchen