In her Razor Blade Smile review (already bedecked with one or two shout outs to another World of Darkness game), she critiques how the script uses its master hacker to also deliver occult exposition, as the two fields aren't often linked. "The Technocracy isn't fucking real!"
Another Vampire reference comes up in her Rock and Rule review, when the villain uses a disfigured mutant wearing a mask to fool the hero: "Ah, I see that Nosferatu has 999 faces left."
Her review of Bitch Slap has her wondering if the answer to "You know what Kinky likes to play?" should be a white card.
Her review of Manborg compares the film to a mixture of several things:
In her review of Left Behind 3, she says that the actor playing the president has evolved into a Gravitas-typePokémon. The villain, by contrast, is a Digimon.
During her SlaughteredVomitDolls review, she first compares it to an overly long industrial metal music video. Then she dubs in multiple songs to prove it. And then she also advises to just listen to a Marilyn Manson best of with it on mute. Also, her name is taken from Diamanda Galas and Nina Hagen (but with changed spelling), similar to how Manson and the early members of the band got their stage names, although hers are both musicians rather than a sex symbol and a serial killer.