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Fridge Brilliance: In his review of In Search of the Wow Wow Wibble Woggle Wazzie Woodle Woo, Brad doesn't refer to the titular MacGuffin by its proper name until the end of the movie, neither did Tim.
Genius Bonus: Especially in his earlier reviews. If you get every reference to the many films that get name-dropped, bravo to you.
In the Weasels Rip My Flesh review, the characters erroneously call weasels rodents — they're actually mustelids, same family as otters — and one clip even shows what is obviously a gerbil as a stand-in. Later on, when reviewing Animalympics for DVD-R Hell, Brad calls Dean the otter a rodent.
In Hercules, the film insists on pronouncing the sorceress Circe's name as Cersei. Two minor characters who appear in the film also resemble Khal Drogo and Daenerys. Keep in mind, this film was made in the 1980's.
Also, the lead characters at the end are sucked up into the sky, and now are 'with the Stars', so to speak. Milly Carlucci (the female lead) is now the presenter of the Italian version of Dancing with the Stars.
Gayracula and the jokes in it after the release of Dracula Untold where the title character is played by openly gay actor Luke Evans.