The Killing Fields (1984)
Johnny mentions the movie's Best Picture nomination
Gene Siskel calls "Alamo Bay" (1985) a cross between this movie and "The River" (1984).
Film referenced by name.
Poster visible in the video store
Referenced during the "A World Apart" review.
VHS box seen on shelf at Eddie's Video Store.
Referenced during the "Fat Man and Little Boy" review.
Jay says in a review that Haing Ngor should have gone to "the acting fields"
Poster of this movie is shown.
Monica tells Phoebe that all she needs is the film and some guacamole and she''ll have herself a "par-tay."
Referenced during the "Welcome to Sarajevo" review.
Mentioned in discussing John Malkovich's acting career.
Mentioned by Kent.
Mentioned by Adam McKay
One of the films on the list
Mark asks Jeremy how his day at work was, Jeremy replies "How's work, he says. You've seen The Killing Fields, right?"
correct response in "I've Zine the Movie" category
when House says he is going to Cambodia, Foreman asks "You gonna unwind in The Killing Fields?"
This film title phrase is referred to by Thorl Chea.
Jeremy thinks "This is like the time I made Mark turn that boring DVD off in the middle, The Killing Fields."
DVD is shown in a video store.
Kevin: "Now we took a wrong turn and ended up in the Killing Fields of Cambodia."
another movie with Spalding Gray
Referenced by Roy
mentioned by Scott
Mentioned in article "Cinematic Blush".
"I'm not sold on this adaptation of..."
The movie is talked about.
Mentioned by Václav Marhoul.
A fragment of this film is shown in this episode
Clips are shown
The Killing Fields is #60.
One of the films selected by the co-host
fragment with Sam Waterston, Hang S. Noir