Edited from some of the deleted scenes and unseen material.
Character names (Gordon Cole, played by David Lynch, is a homage to this film, & Chris Isaak's character's last name is Desmond). There is also a monkey in Fire Walk With Me.
Mrs Tremond's grandson covers his face with a mask and then removes it to reveal the face of a monkey in much the same way as Number Six removes Number One's mask.
Movie poster seen during Al Pacino's "Beethoven" audition
experimental mash up/homage
According to 'David Lynch' this movie takes place in the same fictional universe as this movie. Both share themes of dual identities, secrets and shortcuts in space and time.
The sequence set to "Head Over Heels" that gives us a dreamlike introduction to Donnie's high school is too similar to the introduction to Laura Palmer's high school to be ignored, especially since both climax with a character snorting cocaine.
The flashes of "blue light" during the Club Silencio parts are similar to when Laura is thinking about the ring (as well as being in the sleazy club) & gets the "visit" from Bob with the "blue flashes" in Fire Walk with Me.
Mandy says "I want all of your garmonbozia".
The monkey that appears in the final credits also appears in Fire Walk With Me
Blue roses used as symbolism.
The phrase "Fire Walks with me" appears written in blood on the paper lying on the train's floor.
The episode is a tribute to "Twin Peaks", including cast and plot. The soundtrack includes a song by Chris Isaak, who was an FBI agent in "Fire Walk With Me".
The words "Fire Walk With Me" can be seen written in lipstick on the mirror in the restroom of the Two Whales Diner partway through the game.
One of the several EVPs heard throughout the movie says "The Black Dog Runs At Night".
Twin Peaks re-uses a shot of the Philidelphia bell from this film.
Clip is used.
stars Sheryl Lee, Grace Zabriskie
The avant-garde parody, with Comix Scrutinizer speaking backwards