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* The line "OUR WORDS ARE BACKED WITH NUCLEAR WEAPONS!" is a famous quote from SidMeier's ''VideoGame/{{Civilization}}''.

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* The line "OUR WORDS ARE BACKED WITH NUCLEAR WEAPONS!" is a famous quote from SidMeier's Creator/SidMeier's ''VideoGame/{{Civilization}}''.


* The ''{{Film/Shame}}'' review opens up with a homage to ''Film/TheGreatEscape'', since both were made by SteveMcQueen. [[spoiler:Unfortunately, as Kyle finds out, it's not ''the same'' Steve [=McQueen=].]]

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* The ''{{Film/Shame}}'' review opens up with a homage to ''Film/TheGreatEscape'', since both were made by SteveMcQueen. Creator/SteveMcQueenDirector. [[spoiler:Unfortunately, as Kyle finds out, it's not ''the same'' Steve [=McQueen=].]]Creator/SteveMcQueenActor]].

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* The disclaimer of "THIS IS WHAT ANTI-STANFORDIANS ACTUALLY BELIEVE" in his ''Film/{{Anonymous}}'' review is a variation on the Scientology disclaimer from ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark''.


* First off, his chosen moniker is a comicbook reference.[[note]]:The Guardians of the Universe, from the GreenLantern comics reside on the planet Oa.[[/note]]

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* First off, his chosen moniker is a comicbook reference.[[note]]:The Guardians of the Universe, from the GreenLantern Franchise/GreenLantern comics reside on the planet Oa.[[/note]]


* In his review of ''Trash Humpers'' he says he's expecting one of them to start a 90-minute ''Franchise/StarWars'' review. [[Creator/RedLetterMedia "Oh my god! What's wrong with your face?!"]] He also describes ''Trash Humpers'' as "a film which dares to make a return to that wonderful aesthetic known as, oh, what's the phrase, [[WebVideo/TheCinemaSnob 'shot on shitteo?']]"

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* In his review of ''Trash Humpers'' he says he's expecting one of them to start a 90-minute ''Franchise/StarWars'' review. [[Creator/RedLetterMedia [[WebVideo/RedLetterMedia "Oh my god! What's wrong with your face?!"]] He also describes ''Trash Humpers'' as "a film which dares to make a return to that wonderful aesthetic known as, oh, what's the phrase, [[WebVideo/TheCinemaSnob 'shot on shitteo?']]"

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* From his ''Beauty and the Beast'' review, the line "Shut up, Ian" is delivered to Insane Ian, who [[http://www.thefump.com/fump.php?id=1699 wrote a song of that title.]]

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* From his ''Film/{{Sebastiane}}'' review: "[[Creator/TheFiresignTheatre All out for Fort Stinkindesert!]]"


* During his "silent" ''Häxan'' review, Kyle inserts theme music from numerous classic silent movies as well as from Creator/KenBurns' Civil War documentary, Creator/CarlSagan's ''{{Series/Cosmos}}'', and even ''Film/TheArtist''.

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* During his "silent" ''Häxan'' review, Kyle inserts theme music from numerous classic silent movies as well as from Creator/KenBurns' Civil War documentary, Creator/CarlSagan's ''{{Series/Cosmos}}'', ''Series/CosmosAPersonalVoyage'', and even ''Film/TheArtist''.


* During his "silent" ''Häxan'' review, Kyle inserts theme music from numerous classic silent movies as well as from Creator/KenBurns' Civil War documentary, CarlSagan's ''{{Series/Cosmos}}'', and even ''Film/TheArtist''.

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* During his "silent" ''Häxan'' review, Kyle inserts theme music from numerous classic silent movies as well as from Creator/KenBurns' Civil War documentary, CarlSagan's Creator/CarlSagan's ''{{Series/Cosmos}}'', and even ''Film/TheArtist''.

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* The ''{{Film/Shame}}'' review opens up with a homage to ''Film/TheGreatEscape'', since both were made by SteveMcQueen. [[spoiler:Unfortunately, as Kyle finds out, it's not ''the same'' Steve [=McQueen=].]]


* After going on in the ''Yeleen'' review about the importance of contextualization for cultural works, he just decides to put it in nerdier terms - [[StarTrekTheNextGeneration "Darmok and Jalad at Tenagra."]]
** Upon seeing the "hyena" up in a tree: [[MysteryScienceTheater3000 Paul, you is a wurwilf!"]]

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* After going on in the ''Yeleen'' review about the importance of contextualization for cultural works, he just decides to put it in nerdier terms - [[StarTrekTheNextGeneration [[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration "Darmok and Jalad at Tenagra."]]
** Upon seeing the "hyena" up in a tree: [[MysteryScienceTheater3000 [[Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000 Paul, you is a wurwilf!"]]

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** Upon seeing the "hyena" up in a tree: [[MysteryScienceTheater3000 Paul, you is a wurwilf!"]]

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* After going on in the ''Yeleen'' review about the importance of contextualization for cultural works, he just decides to put it in nerdier terms - [[StarTrekTheNextGeneration "Darmok and Jalad at Tenagra."]]


* In his review of ''Trash Humpers'' he says he's expecting one of them to start a 90-minute ''Franchise/StarWars'' review. [[RedLetterMedia "Oh my god! What's wrong with your face?!"]] He also describes ''Trash Humpers'' as "a film which dares to make a return to that wonderful aesthetic known as, oh, what's the phrase, [[WebVideo/TheCinemaSnob 'shot on shitteo?']]"

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* In his review of ''Trash Humpers'' he says he's expecting one of them to start a 90-minute ''Franchise/StarWars'' review. [[RedLetterMedia [[Creator/RedLetterMedia "Oh my god! What's wrong with your face?!"]] He also describes ''Trash Humpers'' as "a film which dares to make a return to that wonderful aesthetic known as, oh, what's the phrase, [[WebVideo/TheCinemaSnob 'shot on shitteo?']]"


* The celebrity impersonators in ''Mister Lonely'' gather to... I don't know, [[EpicRapBattlesOfHistory rap battle]] or something.

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* The celebrity impersonators in ''Mister Lonely'' gather to... I don't know, [[EpicRapBattlesOfHistory [[WebVideo/EpicRapBattlesOfHistory rap battle]] or something.

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