In the Blood Feast review, he says that a group of men dressed in stereotypically '50s-early '60s suits are trying to come up with an ad campaign for Lucky Strike cigarettes. In fact, just any man dressed in stereotypically '50s-early '60s clothes that appears in a film reviewed will probably soon be called "Mad Men" or "Don Draper."
At the start of his Ax 'Em review, on discovering that it does fit his cutoff date, the Snob runs outside and reenacts the notorious "Oh, God, oh, man" sequence from Tough Guys Don't Dance.
Likewise, in Violent Shit 4.0, Brad tires of covering his ears to block out the soundtrack. "Put on something else! I don't care if it's also repetitive! (plays Friday the 13th NES theme) Ahh. Much better."
The trailer for the Cinema Snob movie is an accurate recreation of a rather odd trailer for House on the Edge of the Park, complete with the music, dramatic faces and bad typefaces. Some people didn't get the joke and admonished Brad for creating such a cheap trailer...
In the Xtro review, when the character played by Maryam D'Abo is killed by a killer clown:
In his review of Beyond the Valley of the Dolls, he comments on a vertigo-inducing montage by saying "That's a lot of words to say 'Everybody got AIDS and shit!'" referencing both Showgirls and The Nostalgia Chick.
He also warns Z-Man against making a drink from pop rocks and soda in the same review, as the Snob thinks that's what "killed Heckle and Jeckle."