one or more shots pulled
Grissom says he watched that movie in the same movie house where CSIs start their investigation in this episode.
"Tribal dance" with jumping people in both films
chant scene/tribal ritual; dancing dervishes; scene with tiered rice fields in Bali
The ending of The Mist makes prominent use of "Host of Seraphim" (by Dead Can Dance) from the Baraka soundtrack.
guided meditation, time-lapse, spirituality
The opening shots of the two movies are very similar. Freddy looks from side to side with a soft-sounding score playing. The music gets more dramatic when Freddy closes his eyes. This is all very similar to the monkey sitting in the hot spring at the beginning of Baraka. Paul Thomas Anderson actually stated that he showed this opening scene to Joaquin Phoenix in preparation for the role
non verbal film
Director Edwards claims to have referenced it.
Clips are shown for the review. Two thumbs up.
The actual score from Baraka is used in two different scenes, those scenes also visually mimic Baraka in a very similar way.
Many TV elements in the Arcitecht's Room scene are from Baraka (1992)
A fragment of this documentary is shown in this episode
When the brief story of Balthazar's search for the Prime Merlinian is described, you see a shot of Balthazar walking in an African setting. (Approx 3:40min into the film). That shot is taken from the movie "Baraka" (1992) and Balthazar is edited into that shot. In short: The scene at 3:40min in the Sorcerers Apprentice is the copied/edited shot from "Baraka" at 30:27min.
Clips edited into "nature/world imagery" scenes