Conan the Destroyer (1984)
The sequence which Conan fights Thoth-Amon/monster in the chamber of mirrors, was influenced by the famous final battle between Lee and Han in 1973's "Enter the Dragon", which Lee and Han fought each other in a room full of mirrors, which Lee smashed the mirrors to foil Han's illusions, allowing him to defeat Han. Conan defeats Thoth-Amon/monster by breaking all the mirrors.
Rakuda Zhang's comic relief partersnhip with Takuma Tsurugi
Conan knocks out a horse with one punch just like Mongo
Mentioned in relation to actress Fiona Fullerton.
The game title "Kron the Destroyer" is based on the film title.
Mentioned by Tom.
Movie poster visible at the cinema
Gunn: His nickname back in Quor-toth was 'The Destroyer,' and unless you put 'Conan' in front of that I'm guessing it's not a good sign.
Warren: "You're Conan. You're the Destroyer."
It is mentioned that director Paul Verhoeven wanted music composer Basil Poledouris to compose the music score for Flesh + Blood (1985) after hearing his music score for Conan the Destroyer (1984).
This movie gets mentioned.
A character mentions the film
Subject of a $400 clue in the category "The Wizard"
"This movie is going to blow just like Conan the Destroyer!"
Smeghead alludes to the fact that this is his next target.
"Do I really need to bring Conan the Destroyer again?"
The early cutscene depicts The Boss sitting in his throne the same way as Conan did at the end of the movie.
Referenced by Shawn
Giada De Laurentiis gives Jimmy a drink named after her grandfather's movie
Adam wears a Conan II movie t-shirt.
Snob suggests this as a porno spoof title
Clips are shown. Movie is reviewed.
Reviewed, clips shown.
Riffed in episode ten of The Riff Brothers.
Awesome movie fights
Topic of review.
Clips shown in "What Am I Watching?"
Footage is used as Smeghead talks about "how Hollywood has a tendency to water things down in an attempt to gain a wider audience."
Zula gets an honorable mention.
Footage used as Smeghead talks about Olivia d'Abo.
Video's title is a takeoff on the mainstream film's title.
Alton's "Enough talk!" line, accent and raised knife, appear to reference the scene in the movie when Conan tires of endless dialogue and takes action.