Shout Out: Allison Pregler
aka: Obscurus Lupa
- Shout-Out: In Gymkata she makes a reference to "Dick Grayson aged twelve", a running gag in Linkara's review of All Star Batman And Robin.
Lupa: To DEATH??
- During her X-treme fighter review she borrows Linkara's "Because Poor Literacy Is Kewl" gag.
- When one villain in Razor Sharpe is being particularly whiny, Lupa imitates Linkara's Superboy Prime voice.
- Repeated with Paul Reuben's line in Buffy the Vampire Slayer: "Kill him. A lot."
- She remarks Pterodactyl reminds her of an FMV game and wonders if Spoony should be reviewing it instead.
- In Witchery seeing a woman being chased by a group of men in large hats prompts her to use the "No-one expects the Spanish inquisition" soundclip from Monty Python's Flying Circus
- In one review she raises her arms above her head and says "Symbolism"- a trademark of Film Brain.
- During her review of 13 seconds she refers to some heavy-handed imagery as a "Film Brain symbolism moment"
- During an effect shot of a tunnel in Witchery she dubs the Doctor Who theme over it.
- In her induction into the internet hall of fame she mimics Sally Field's "You like me, you really really like me" Oscar acceptance speech.
- Upon learning that Richard Norton's character from Gymkata is adviser to the Khan she cuts to a famous clip from Wrath of Khan
- After Jack in X-treme Fighter moans about orange not being his color it shows footage of Tim Gunn.
- When Nancy from Angel of Fury visits an airport, Lupa dubs in music and dialogue from Airplane.
- After a railing kill, Lupa had a caption on screen saying Railing Kill.
- The Fat and Skinny oafs in Vampegeddon are accompanied by Bulk and Skull's theme music.
- After noticing the resemblance between one thug in China O Brien and Ash Ketchum she yells "Gotta catch 'em all, motherfucker!"
- She did a tribute to Rachelle Lefevre and makes several references to Big Wolf on Campus, her favorite show growing up. She admits the only reason she reviewed Teen Sorcery was because Aimée Castle was in it.
- She made a quick nod to Pierre Kirby while riffing Howling IV. "What a useless guy!"
- "I'll stick with REAL Christmas songs, thank you very much!"
- Taking another page from Brad (with whom Lupa is often compared), she mimics his trademark "Ha Ha Ha No" following a joke about the Alamo. (Tremors 4)
Hiram Gummer: We were the losers at the Alamo.
Mexican: Speak for yourself, gringo.
Lupa: Ha ha ha ha — lots of people died!
- She peppered her review of American Ninja with "In America!" jokes.
- In her Shark Attack 3 review, she references Spoony's Phantasmagoria review. "I heard that [Curtis]"
- "Charlie uses Bookcase! It's super ineffective!" (First Night 2)
- "A perfume-based serial killer? [scoffs] Sounds like a shitty arthouse film."
- When the alien in The Hidden 2 belches orange smoke, Lupa remarks on his "regeneration troubles."
- Kermit the Frog: "We ain't found shit!"
- "And then he had an idea. An awful idea. Radu had a wonderful, awful idea."
- "Anyway, yeah, Anna is the chosen one, born to slay the vampires, she alone is destined to fight the forces of darkness blah blah blah blah blah.
- "Love makes you do the wacky, or so I've heard from popular culture."
- The Flying Radu
- Her response to Radu's Heel-Face Turn in the Subspecies sequels. "What is this Beauty and the Beast crap?!" Sure enough, Angela Lansbury starts to serenade Radu and Michelle.
- Leave it to Roddy Piper to ask the important questions, like "What does God need with a starship?" (Hell Comes to Frogtown)
- From the same review: "One wang to rule them all. One wang to vex them. One wang to bring them all, and in the hostile mutant territory, sex them."
- SAM HELL. WINS.
- While watching Gooby, Lupa and Liz get so freaked out that Liz jokes, "This is the last known footage of this kid, isn't it?" This prompts Lupa to respond, "Aw, snap, this is going into Slender Man territory!"
- The Pumaman theme blares each time Billy Owens 'flies.'
- "Screw the rules, I have witchcraft."
- During one of her "fashion police" segments on Phoebe's dress sense, we hear "Bad Boys" playing throughout.
- The Imperial March starts playing as the Charmed Ones get out of an elevator and into the FBI's headquarters at the beginning of the final ME about Charmed, which covered season 8, in which the sisters had finally and fully transitioned into EVIL.
- The Charmed Ones immediately growing suspicious (read: jealous) of a new, younger witch on the scene who's making them look lazy. We get a truly hilarious dub of James Doakes' "Surprise motherfucker" as Phoebe glares at Billie from behind closed doors.