- Ensemble Dark Horse: Triceracop is shaping up to be this, according to this interview
- Hilarious in Hindsight:
- It's pretty interesting how two films came out within a short amount of time that both feature a character berating another character played by Björn Gustafsson to the point of crying minutes before his death.
- After the announcement of Horizon Zero Dawn and its Mechanical Monsters, a bunch of image macros started being posted of the "That explains the laser raptors" quote and tagged to Horizon: Zero Dawn.
- Memetic Mutation: Hackerman's intro is used to parody the success of certain mundane technical tasks, such as resetting a broadband router by turning it off and turning it back on again.
- Narm Charm: You'd think at a certain point that all of the stock parodies of 80's action flicks and over-the-top goofiness would get old. It never does.
- Shocking Moments: The first minutes are composed of a police car being thrown into an air by skateboards and being blown up, and then a fight with a Nazi Arcade Machine. And it only snowballs from there.
- Suspiciously Similar Song: The BGM playing when Thor is summoned is reminiscent of Terminator. It's not by coincidence either the song is actually called "TerminaThor".
- The Problem with Licensed Games: The tie-in game isn't bad, per se, but it's basically a lesser rip-off of One Finger Death Punch. Of course, it's also cheaper than One Finger Death Punch, so, literally... The iPhone and Android versions of the game on the other hand are free, and so is One Finger Death Punch.
- They Copied It, So It Sucks!: Some people noticed a strong resemblance with season 2 of Danger5 (as well as at least one gag being virtually identical to one◊ from the Danger 5 pilot.)
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