Blue Velvet (1986)
Footage from this movie is used.
The scene where Richard Wanley murders Frank in self-defence is referenced in Blue Velvet; a pair of scissors significant in both films, also dialogue, "Stop, Frank!", et al.
Uses theme song, and Love Letters' address is Meadow Farm.
mechanical robin with similar pose/role
The entire subject matter and the use of the song "Blue Velvet" was lifted from the movie Scorpio Rising
In both films, a woman is raped in her home while wearing a blue robe.
The quote from Freddy, when he enters the room "Where's the fucking bourbon" is a link to the film Blue Velvet, where Frank says the same thing when he first enters the room.
Poster is shown in a video store.
Referenced in tagline.
The scene where Jessica Rabbit says "He Used To Make Me Laugh" is a reference to the charactor Dorothy Vallens
A character called Isabella Velvet appears in the game (who shares her given name with David Lynch's ex-wife and star of the film).
Mitsuko thickly applies lipstick and kisses Jun, smearing it all over his mouth, mirroring a scene in 'Blue Velvet'.
a severed human ear is found on a doorstep
Siskel and Ebert quarrel about the film (in an archive clip).
Poster seen in video store.
Joel (referring to the nitrous oxide): "I got it from Dennis Hopper, I think."
In Robocop 2 the drug under development is "Blue Velvet" and the scientist working on the drug is named Frank. When the drug is tested, Kane gives the Lynchian response "It's making my teeth wiggle."
Frank: Don't look at me! Don't ever look at me! Mommy!
Gene Siskel mentions Roger Ebert's dislike of what David Lynch made Isabella Rossellini do in this movie.
Scenes referenced by McShane & Proops during 'Theatre styles'
"Makes Blue Velvet look like National Velvet."
Lowell guesses this was the movie Helen watched on her date with a man nicknamed "Red."
The line, "Let's hit the fuckin' road" and the tires screeching are sampled.
Marvin Nash's severed ear is a reference to this film's plot element.
The name "Isabella Velvet" comes from Isabella Rossellini, who acted in Blue Velvet.
A line is said in True Romance ("No thanks? What does that mean?") that is meant to reference Blue Velvet. The actor that says that line in this film (Dennis Hopper) is also in True Romance.
Jays Line "I'll Fuck Anything that Moves"
Video case is shown in a video store.
References Dennis Hopper's character
Edward says "don't you fucking look at me!" several times
When Bud and Doyle are inhaling Nitrous Oxide, Bud mentions Blue Velvet.
Poster is visible in Zooey's room.
referenced by Dennis
Simmilar visual style.
Ross compliments Isabella Rossellini for the movie.
Sniper Wolf mentions a love letter being a bullet from her gun just as Dennis Hopper's charachter does
A poster is displayed in Jip's bedroom.
characters plan to open a cafe named after this movie
The quote "It's boil in the bag perversion for sexually repressed accountants and 1st year drama students with too many posters of Betty Blue, The Blues Brothers and Big Blue and Blue Velvet on their blue bloody walls!"
The film is mentioned.
In both films, protagonist observes from the chiffonier father's cruelty against a child.
The conversation between Conker and the barrel is taken verbatim from Frank and Jeffrey's "Go for a Ride" dialogue.
The sequence where a Roy Orbison song is lip-synched to ominous effect is mirrored in Club Silencio; Betty claims to be from Deep River, Ontario. This is the name of the apartments in Blue Velvet, which David Lynch also directed.
James hides in a hanging-wardrobe, looking the strange things Pyramid Head is doing with the dummies, just like Jeffrey in Blue Velvet.
Referenced by name
Mentioned by Tony Scott.
Audrey tells Pacey that happiness freaks her out, like those manicured lawns at the begnning of Blue Velvet.
Rapist inhaling drugs while wanting to be called Daddy, lawn with hose and little dog in the final scene
Mentioned by Lynch.
Dave tells Lane that her description of the dance contest reminded him of the film.
Poster is seen
The scene when the main character is hiding in the closet watching the violence outside is a shot-for-shot homage to the scene in Blue Velvet that introduces Frank's character
one-sheet poster displayed
Makes the countdown, is talked about.
Video case is shown in a video store.
Sniper Wolf mentions a love letter being a bullet from her gun just as Dennis Hopper's character does
There is a poster for the film in Matt's apartment.
In a scene in 'Closer', one of the character's quotes a line in Blue Velvet
There is an item in the game named a Velvet Blue.
A clip is shown when the main characters see it in the cinema.
DVD is shown in a video store. Also, a film advertisement is shown in Scotty's apartment.
in a very Lynchian setting someone says "Fuck that (foreign) shit!" before recommending an American beer
movie is mentioned
Poster is shown.
One of the songs by The Gits is titled from a famous line from the film. They also explain it is from David Lynch's Blue Velvet.
A shot where a crossing guard helps kids cross the street in the beginning of the film mirrors a similiar shot in the beginning of Blue Velvet.
Jeremy mentions the time at university when he and Mark watched this film as part of "All the Blues".
Trivia question on the radio
This film uses the exact same segment of Roy Orbison's 'In Dreams' as David Lynch's film.
correct response in "'B' Movies" category
Brooker says "The Baby Mind Reader" is like this film.
One of the salesmen yells into the phone as the camera passes by Frank Booth's famous line "Fuck you, you fucking fuck!"
In the pub where Boris hits a man hangs a poster of this movie
Referenced by name.
White picket fence, roses, and a man doing yardwork.
Cassady refers to the severed ear on the lawn. Ed mentions that he loves the film.
Poster is shown.
Cited by director Chris Sivertson as influence.
mentioned by Billy
This documentary analyses the main place that David Lynch gives to the sound in his movie Blue Velvet
Hopper revises his famous "don't you fucking look at me" line
Poster is shown.
It is referenced.
On one poster, Patrik has on a "FUCK YOU YOU FUCKING FUCK!" shirt. This is a famous line by Frank Booth.
Tig mentions the film in dialogue
Poster is seen in Steve's home.
A character around the campfire says 'Heineken? F*ck that European sh*t! This is Pabst Blue Ribbon!". This is almost identical to a line in Blue Velvet
Effy's line of "Hit me" is a reference to this film.
Looking for a body, finding just an ear, DiNozzo says "Holy Blue Velvet McGee".
Jeff disappears from the camera, like Frank and the characters behind him in a scene from Blue Velvet (1986). Ironically, one of those characters is also named Jeff.
Reference in a $600 clue in the category "Dog Catching"
Poster is shown.
"Is this Blue Velvet all of a sudden?"
Poster is seen.
Mentioned by Narrator.
mentioned in dialogue
incorrect response in "Elizabeth Taylor Films" category
"He dreams of, I don't know, finding a severed ear in the grass and then investigating it?"
Finn and Jake hide in a closet, just like Jeffrey in the David Lynch movie.
Mentioned by Fanny.
Referenced in dialogue
"...and she's Isabella Russolini from"
One scene directly references the movie.
Title is mentioned
Roger Ebert's review on this movie was mentioned.
Mentioned in commentary
A young adult man persists in discovering what secrets hides a person who resides in the same area as him.
another film audiences were split in their feelings toward
mentioned once/poster shown
on Sebastian's list of recommendations at the video store
Blue Velvet is mentioned as third when they tell they also have horror movies
Features in the missing vowels round.
A robin is seen in the film's epilogue as a sign of hope.
Tom Noonan mentions auditioning for it
Mentioned in dialogue
"Which is no Blue Velvet..."
Kyle MacLachlan mentions his early movie
Sidney quotes Dennis Hopper's character Frank Booth.
Siskel's #6 pick.
Roger Ebert's most unpopular review was for this movie. A clip is shown.
hose with dog scene
Clips from the film are used.
Footage of this movie is shown.
Several clips from Blue Velvet are featured.
This film contains scenes from Blue Velvet.
This film is #96 on the list.
Clips are shown
It's featured in this
Frank Booth is #36 on the "Villains" list.
Clips from this movie shown.
Clips are shown.
Bernard, Walt, and Sophie see a showing of Blue Velvet
featured in documentary
This film is #8 on the "Mystery" list.
Scenes and Isabella Rossellini's comments.
Clips shown when Margaret chooses it as one of her top three international movies.
clips are shown during the "Hot & Now" segment
Number 23 in the Countdown
Clips shown in Dennis Hopper montage
Clip is shown.
A clip is shown.
Shown in the background video
clips are shown
movie is discussed and analyzed
The characters discuss the movie and its title sequence is shown.
Film's title is a takeoff on the mainstream film's title.
Like Frank Booth, Todd drives a 1970s-era Dodge or Plymouth muscle car, and says "lets take these turds out to the country", which is very reminiscent of Frank announcing to take Jeffery out to the country to intimidate victims.
when Gex can't breathe, he says "Daddy wants air!" in the same way that Frank Booth says "Daddy wants blue velvet!"
Spoofed famous scene
character is a spoof of Dennis Hopper's character in Blue Velvet
Billy puts lipstick on Grim and yells "Don't look at me!"
The conversation between conker and the blue barrel in Windy.
Stan and Francine get involved in streetracing, and in one scene Roger is seen huffing gas in the same fashion as Dennis Hopper in this movie.
General spoof of the Blue Velvet plot-line and famous scenes from the film.
Adult parody of the film.
Spoofs a scene fom the film.
One of Earl & Greg's films ("Brew Vervet")
Characters and situations directly spoof this film.