Wild at Heart (1990)
Footage from this movie is used.
The character of Perdita Durango is introduced in this film.
Sailor says, to Lula "Jet black... but gentlemen prefer blondes.
worker carrying red pipe
the dog bitting the hand of the bank guard
The scene where Bobby Peru is clutching Lula Fortune is a direct reference to the infamous opening scene from "Experiment in Terror".
the film is mentioned
"Nicolas Cage in 'Wild at Heart'"
Sailor & Lula (lookalikes) can be seen in the bottom left of the screen (sitting in a Cadillac dining table) during the dance scene in Jack Rabbit Slims.
The song playing when Sailor and Lula find a dead body is used in Natural Born Killers, also a strange road movie involving murder and mayhem.
"Bob Doran Wild at Heart"
Mentioned by the disgruntled video store customer.
The She-Angel that appears for Lucas in the end is a reference to the Good Witch that appears for the character of Nicolas Cage, and repeat the same dialogue
Lenny asks Lea if she has seen this film.
The bar Mike owns and uses as his base of operations is named 'The Wild at Heart' and is located in the French Quarter of New Orleans. This is a reference to the David Lynch film Wild at Heart (1990).
"Take a bite of Peach."
sample in "Lunchbox" video segment
As Kate and Jack are about to get intimate the first time, Wicked Game by Chris Isaak is playing which was made famous by the Nicholas Cage film Wild at Heart
Towards the end of the first section of the film, Camilla begins wearing a blonde wig. This is the same one Perdita Durango wears in Lynch's 'Wild at Heart'.
The bar Mike owns and uses as his base of operations is named 'The Wild at Heart' and is located in the French Quarter of New Orleans. This is an allusion to the David Lynch film Wild at Heart (1990).
Trouble between Elvis and skinheads
In one scene a "Wild at Heart" videotape can be seen sitting on a table.
this is the making-of documentary.
focuses on David Lynch while filming 'Wild at Heart'
interview that directly refers to the film. It is a supplement for the DVD
the way the match burns
This documentary analyses the main place that David Lynch gives to the sound in his movie Wild at Heart.
It follows the same plot and is meant to be a tribute to David Lynch's film.
The focus on fire and buring cigaretts.
mentioned in dialogue
Subject of a $2,000 clue in the category "Palme d'Or Winners"
"Sailor Ripley's first victim is a local prostitute..."
In Death by Death, Kate says, "now she tells me," which is a reference to one of Sherilyn Fenn's lines in Wild at Heart.
"If you squint your eyes here, it's just like watching Laura Dern in Wild at Heart..."
Mentioned during end credits outtakes.
"...and Homoti can act out his favorite scene from Wild at Heart."
"She's just here to tell Sailor Ripley to get back together with Lula." [Features still of Sheryl Lee as Good Witch]
Mentioned in connection with the quote "hotter than Georgia asphalt".
Mentioned on Cupid's Bow dating site
Jay mentions it.
mentioned by a fan
Ryan mentions film by name.
"The Man"'s damaged teeth are similiar to Bobby Peru's teeth.
Mentioned by Garh Ennis when describing his comic book.
The Snob mentions it.
Rick mentions that he pretends to like this movie
Johnnie Farragut is watching the footage of hyenas tearing up a young wildebeest and vultures eating a zebra carcass on television.
Clips from the film are used.
The boyfriend and the girlfriend from the intro are possibly the two protagonists of the film.
Clips are shown for many of the year's Oscar-nominated movies, including this one.
Chris Isaak's "Wicked Game, Wild at Heart Version" won for "Best Video from a Film"
a clip from this film is shown
Nicholas Cage using the word "faggot"
featured in documentary
Clips are featured.
Diane Ladd's role is recalled
Clips shown, Rich Hall discusses this film.
Shown in the background video
movie clip is shown when RLM gang talks about head explosions in movies
movie is discussed and analyzed
Sailor Ripley & Lula Pace Fortune are #8.
Isabella's clip from the movie where she as a blonde looks into the distance melancholically is shown.