A When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth poster can be seen in a pivotal scene inside John Goodman and Alan Arkin’s office.
Stock footage depicting a landslide in One Million Years B.C. was re-used for Alex’s treatment in Stanley Kubrick’s 1971 film.
Helen’s demise at the hands of the Priest in Dracula: Prince of Darkness is shown on a TV screen in this 2012 vampire flick.
A clip from Hammer’s 1958 Dracula features on a TV screen in Tim Burton’s stop-motion animation.
In a corridor in Clamp Tower, one of the nameplates reads ‘Dr Quatermass’. The film also stars Hammer regular Christopher Lee.
John Carpenter’s film is set in the fictional New England town of Hobbs End, a nod to one of Carpenter’s favourite films, Quatermass And The Pit.
When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth is printed upon a banner which falls to the ground in the climactic scene of Spielberg’s epic adventure movie.
The Curse of Frankenstein plays onscreen at a drive-in theatre in Kubrick’s controversial 1962 adaptation of Vladimir Nabokov’s novel.
When Trinity, Morpheus and Neo are following Persephone to the Keymaker they come to a room where two servants of her husband are sitting by the TV. They are watching The Brides of Dracula.
John Carpenter wrote the script under the pseudonym Martin Quatermass, yet another nod to Carpenter’s favourite Hammer hero.
Andy’s escape plan is kept secret behind the iconic poster of Raquel Welch from none other than Hammer’s One Million Years B.C.
Tim Burton has stated that Sleepy Hollow was a homage to Hammer, and he even cast Hammer alumni Michael Gough and Christopher Lee.
A specific reference to The Devil Rides Out can also be found in the film, when Johnny Depp discovers a pentagram has been drawn on the floorboards under his bed, across which a large spider proceeds to crawl.