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  • Movies
    • "P" Is For Psycho
        • Hello everybody, I'm Troy McClure, star of such films as "P" is for Psycho and The President's Neck is Missing. (Season 4 episode Marge in Chains)
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A Hard Nut To Crack
        • Fictional movie starring Dustin Hoffman that Larry goes to see with Cheryl's friend Nancy, actually the original title of Die Hard. (Season 1 episode The Pants Tent)
    • The 14-year-old Virgin
        • Movie script by Judd Apacow that Maeby green-lit in her after school job as a movie studio executive, changing the name from "Losing It!" (Season 3)
    • 1600 Danger Avenue
        • Episode Losing Judith. starring wrestling sensation the Rock.
    • 2 Wolves And A Dad
        • Movie on channel 25 EXE, from TV Watch, the TV guide style channel shown briefly between the songs Daddy and Let's Bash. (The Unauthorized Bash Brothers experience)
    • The 40 Year Old Virgin Mary
        • Fake movie playing at movie theater Evan drives past.
    • The 50-year Old Virgin And The Queen
        • Fictional movie from a joke the Richardsons make when they discuss their real past for the first time - shortly before being torn apart by Abbys.
    • ABED
        • Abed's Jesus movie in episode Messianic Myths and Ancient Peoples. "The story of the story is the story"
    • Action Doctor
        • Movie starring Lucas Lee (Chris Evans). Tag line: The good news is you're going to live. The bad news is he's going to kill you.
    • Advantage Agassi
        • Cable TV action movie starring Andre Agassi. Sponsored by ESPN and the World Tennis Organization (episode 2 Bobcat Goldthwaite)
    • The Adventures of Lisa Simpson, Girl Cowboy
        • Flanders now has a kiosk in Springfield Mall selling personalized movies. He shows Homer the one he made for his son Rod. "Kiosk Productions presents an outer space adventure starring you” Homer buys a movie for Lisa for her birthday. (Season 14 episode The Dad Who Knew Too Little)
    • Agent Hammertoe 3
        • Jack Moore project, until Jack was replaced by Liam Neeson (Season 2 episode 1 What Goes Up…)
    • Agent Zero
        • Movie Kramer mentions when answering his phone as the Moviefone guy. (Season 7 episode The Pool Guy)
    • Alcatura
        • Film directed by Van Keineken, director of Breaking Glass. (from Original Soundtracks 1, U2's side project under the pseudonym Passengers. The album is supposedly a collection of songs written for movies, but most of the movies listed in the liner notes are not actual movies.)
    • All My Circuits: The Movie
        • Credits from All My Circuits: The Movie. Directed by Directing Unit 4. Written by Writing Unit 5, Writing Unit 12 andJoe Eszterhas. Based on Original Characters by Original Character Unit 17. (episode Raging Bender)
    • All The Right Moves
        • The Tom Cruise movie, except this version stars "Nancy the slut Wheeler" That's what Steve and his friends spray paint on the Hawk movie theater marquee after Steve spots Jonathan in Nancy's room comforting her after their first run-in with the Demagorgon. (Season 1 episode Chapter Six: The Monster)
    • Always Forever Now
        • Film directed by John Leng Qi about a team of female body sculptors out to avenge the vicious murder of one of their group. (from Original Soundtracks 1, U2's side project under the pseudonym Passengers. The album is supposedly a collection of songs written for movies, but most of the movies listed in the liner notes are not actual movies.)
    • American Exceptionalism Graffiti
        • In honor of the singular achievement of Fox News being right about the Ferguson shooting involving Michael Brown, Jon has liberal Hollywood director George Lucas pledge to only make movies that are blindly uncritical of America.
    • American Playboy
        • New movie featuring actor Ethan Chase, guest on the Murray Franklin Show.
    • And The Tower Went Kablooey: The Joosh "JFUTZ” Futturman Story
        • Movie starring Josh Hutcherson, Haley Joel Osment and Eliza Coupe. (Season 2 episode Dia De Los Robots)
    • Apes-A-Poppin' (The Airline Version)
        • When Homer donates a kidney to Abe, Bart rents him all his favorite gorilla movies - Gorilla Squadron, Gorilla Island Six, Apes-A-Poppin' (The Airline Version). (Season 10 episode Kidney Trouble)
    • Arkon
        • Conan the Barbarian inspired fantasy film starring Simon Williams/Wonder Man (portrayed by Nathan Fillion) from a Nathan Fillion cameo scene that ended up on the cutting room floor - director James Gunn had originally planned a small flash to earth with a theater playing a "Simon Williams Film Festival," with six Simon Williams movie posters outside (a run of B movies). "Know him Fear him Desire him Arkon"
    • Ashes To Ashes
        • Peter's movie that doesn't get made. He calls it his Grapes of Wrath.
    • Ass
        • Number one movie in the country, playing at the Starplex theater.

    • Attack Of The Automatons
        • Sci-fi movie starring Wray's convention booker Bobbie (Season 1 episode 2 Cash Poor)
    • Austinpussy
        • The film Steven Spielberg is directing during the opening credits. At the end of the movie, Austin Powers and Foxxy Cleopatra go to the premiere.
    • Avangaboys
        • The gang holds their annual contest The Halloween Heist on Halloween night, but they are unable to finish due to Captain Holt's dog Cheddar swallowing the prize - the Inifinitude Gems from the Infinitude Gobbler, the Russian eBay version of the Avengers Infinity Gauntlet. It's identical to the one that Thaboo wore in the movie Avangaboys, with each of the three gems representing one aspect of a heist winner - Amazing, Human and Genius. They have to postpone four months until Valentine's Day, when the contest becomes The Valentine's Day Halloween Heist. But then Scullly swallows the gems, and they have to postpone again, this time until Easter, so the contest eventually becomes The Easter Valentine's Day Halloween Heist. (Season 7 episode Valloweaster)
    • Avengers With Benefits
        • Movie mentioned in the trailer for Deadpool's Proposal, a fake movie - mash-up between The Proposal and Deadpool. "From the studio that brought you Avengers with benefits"
    • Back In From The Outback
        • New film in the works based on a graphic novel in the works based on a tweet by Girth Hemsworth in the works (Season 2 episode 12 Shock to the System)
    • The Bad Football
        • Sports movie on the shelf at the VHS Village video rental store. (Season 3 episode Saturdays of Thunder)
    • Balls Deep In Shit-kicking Dudes (movie adaptation)
        • Theoretical film adapted from Kato's theoretical autobiography.
    • Bandersnatch (film)
        • Fictional interactive Netflix film from one of the potential endings that concludes in the present day with a grown-up Pearl, now a programmer for Netflix, attempting to adapt Bandersnatch into an interactive film. (Black Mirror: Bandersnatch)
    • Bang, Marry, Kill
        • Forty's screenplay. (Season 2 episode Have a Good Weekend, Joe!)
    • Barn Burner
        • Torchy's advertised their Tacos of the Month for August 2018 as blockbuster films, complete with movie posters on their website: Barn Burner, The Creeper, Bottle Rocket Shrimp and Scalding Pig.
    • Basic Analysis
        • Movie starring Best Supporting Actress nominee Shannen Doherty. "One woman's triumph over a yeast infection, set against the background of the tragic Buffalo Bills' season of 1991." The titles of all of the Best Supporting Actress nominee pictures are inspired by 90s erotic thrillers, such as Fatal Attraction, Indecent Proposal, Basic Instinct, Final Analysis and Internal Affairs.
    • Batman vs. Superman
        • Ad for a new film visible on the side of a building, years before the DCEU and the real Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
    • The Battle Of The Belt
        • Film of the buggers that everyone had to see at least once a year: "Death and suffering and terror"
    • Beach Blanket Beethoven
        • Movie starring Frankie Avalon, poster on Patty & Selma's bedroom wall in flashback scene. (Season 2 episode Three Men and a Comic Book)
    • Beautiful Girl
        • Dwight confuses name of the film Pretty Woman. (Season 7 episode Counseling)
    • Beautiful Killer
        • Fake movie poster on the wall in Scott's bathroom.
    • Belly Dancers from Bali Bali
        • One of Ginger's movies. 
Ginger snaps the hero out of a trance by doing a native dance. Gilligan saw it three times. (episode Voodoo)
    • Bend It Like Bentham
        • One of the movies on the theater marquee when the gang speeds by in the trolley when Michael makes the philosophical thought experiment known as the "The Trolley Problem" real - a tribute to the English philosopher Jeremy Bentham (Season 2 episode The Trolley Problem)
    • Benefits Lapsed
        • Comment Joey makes when he gets a letter from the Screen Actors Guild, thinking it's a residual check: I don't remember being in a movie called Benefits Lapsed. (Season 6 episode The One Where Joey Loses His Insurance)
    • Beowulf
        • Director Eli Watson - in reality, George's boss - tells George that he wants Ann to star in his next film Beowulf - from George's first vision where he wishes for a life with wife movie star Ann Alexandra. (Episode I Dream of Genie)
    • Betrayed
        • Movie on the recommendation rack at Champagne Video after Elaine rents a pick from Gene instead of Vincent. (Season 8 episode The Comeback)
    • Big Al
        • Movie about Chicago gangsters in the 20s that Bob and Emily and Carol and her new boyfriend Dr. Scott Rivers see. (Season 2 episode Old Man Rivers)
    • The Big Boy Mess
        • Movie script Bobbie mentions (Season 2 episode 3 Them's the Breaks)
    • The Bird People Meet The Chicken Pluckers
        • One of Ginger's movies. (episode It's a Bird, It's a Plane, It's Gilligan)
    • Birthday Boy
        • Movie about Eddie Solomon the pedophile clown (played by Martin Weir)
    • Bitch From Louisiana
        • The movie, which takes place in Hollywood, involves the film production company Red Mullet Productions preparing to make the movie "Bitch from Louisiana".
    • Black Tuesday
        • Fake movie starring undercover FBI agent Lucy Church. Brian tracks down several undercover FBI agents after their clover is blown. A Fake movie poster pops up for each one when he explains how he found them in episode Undercover!
    • Blame It On The Rain
        • Movie that Elaine and her date Todd Gack are forced to see the movie Means to an End is sold out. (Season 7 episode The Calzone)
    • Blast Radius
        • Action movie advertised on billboard in L.A. in background as Bolt races toward the movie studio.
    • Blazing Brains
        • Movie version of Bob’s psychiatrist friend Frank Walburn’s book Fires of the Mind. (Season 3 episode The New Look)
    • Blind For Life
        • One of the movie posters for a video the guys made that's hanging up in their bedroom in episode 1. Tagline: He battled blindness... for life.
    • Blood On The Blackboard: The Bart Simpson Story
        • Movie made about Bart's adventure working for Fat Tony, starring Richard chamberlain as Principal Skinner, Joe Mantegna as Fat Tony, Jane Seymour as the woman he loved and Neil Patrick Harris as Bart Simpson. (Season 3 episode Bart the Murderer)
    • Blue Harvest
        • An email found on Paul Denton's computer contains a notice from a movie rental company mentioning the movies See You Next Wednesday and Blue Harvest. Blue Harvest is a Star Wars Return of the Jedi reference.
    • The Boatjacking Of Supership 79
        • Hello, I'm Troy McClure. You might remember me from such films as The Boatjacking of Supership 79 and Hydro: The Man with the Hydraulic Arms. (Season 5 episode Lady Bouvier's Lover)
    • Boner Academy
        • College comedy movie. The Spellympics are hosted by George Plimpton, founder of the Paris Review, who also played the evil dead in Boner Academy. (Season 14 episode I'm Spelling as Fast as I Can)
    • Boner Bomb
        • Joke movie idea that Michael makes, starring Jason Statham. (Season 7 episode PDA)
    • Boobs
        • Next on Fox, Carmen Electra stars in Boobs, about a class of remedial reading students and their teacher who wants to be taken seriously. (Season 17 episode Million-Dollar Abie)
    • Bottle Rocket Shrimp
        • Torchy's advertised their Tacos of the Month for August 2018 as blockbuster films, complete with movie posters on their website: Barn Burner, The Creeper, Bottle Rocket Shrimp and Scalding Pig.
    • Box
        • Made for TV movie of the first female prize fighter starring Bobbie (Season 1 episode 11 Full Release)
    • A Boy's Life
        • Movie poster at the movie theater, original title of E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial.
    • Breakfast At Quantico
        • Fake movie starring undercover FBI agent Alex Nellenthal. Brian tracks down several undercover FBI agents after their clover is blown. A Fake movie poster pops up for each one when he explains how he found them in episode Undercover!
    • Breaking Glass
        • Film directed by Van Keineken about a young car mechanic unable to attract the attention of a cashier so he arranges an elaborate hold-up that goes badly wrong. (from Original Soundtracks 1, U2's side project under the pseudonym Passengers. The album is supposedly a collection of songs written for movies, but most of the movies listed in the liner notes are not actual movies.)
    • Brittle Boneheads
        • Three Stooges movie featuring very old stooges that Homer and Bart watch on TV. (Season 14 episode Mr. Spritz Goes to Washington)
    • Broadway And 74th
        • Film featuring ALF's favorite actress Louise Beaumont as a tap-dancing bag lady (Season 4 episode When I'm Sixty-Four)
    • Brown Acres
        • Film played at "The Mother of All Film Festivals" in Baghdad during the Gulf War (Season 2 episode Sherman of Arabia)
    • Brown-eyed Girl
        • Movie Kramer mentions when answering his phone as the Moviefone guy. (Season 7 episode The Pool Guy)
    • Bruntouchables: Civil War
        • Fictional movie Brian dreams up for his FBI crew in episode 9.
    • Bruntouchables: Generations
        • Fictional movie Brian dreams up for his FBI crew in episode 9.
    • Bruntouchables: Generations 2
        • Fictional movie Brian dreams up for his FBI crew in episode 9.
    • Bruntouchables: Generations 3
        • Fictional movie Brian dreams up for his FBI crew in episode 9.
    • Buck, The Wonder Slave
        • Theoretical script Kit proposes with a mentally challenged slave.
    • Buckets Of Blood
        • One of the movies on the marquee at the Premiere movie theater (Episode "Movie Job")
    • The Bus that Couldn't Slow Down
        • Homer: I saw this in a movie about a bus that had to speed around the city, keeping its speed over fifty, and if its speed dropped, the bus would explode! I think it was called The Bus that Couldn't Slow Down. (Season 8 episode The Springfield Files)
    • Calling All Coeds
        • Movie filmed at the lush and Verdant campus of the Springfield Preparatory School. (Season 13 episode The Bart Wants What It Wants)
    • Calling All Quakers
        • Movie starring Troy McClure: As I said to Dolores Montenegro in Calling All Quakers, "Have it your way, baby." (Season 3 episode Homer Alone)
    • Captivated By Solitude
        • Charlie and Alan run into Judith - and her date - at the movies when they go to see Captivated by Solitude. Other movies playing at the theater include Death Fist 4, Hardball, Beyond, Cybort, Jolly Good Fellow and Pawn. (Season 1 episode Alan Harper, Frontier Chiropractor)
    • Car-nimal New record added 10/5/2021
        • Jake’s idea for a screenplay. A man becomes a half-car, half-animal. (Season 6 episode Baseball Was Better with Steroids)
    • Caravan Of Suck
        • Joke Wade makes to Aech about the Star War film Caravan Of Courage: An Ewok Adventure - "They should have called it Caravan of Suck"
    • Cards
        • Movie trailer that Homer and Marge watch at Googolplex Theatres. Coming this summer from Dreamworks. 52 jokers playing the game of their lives. This summer, the house is full, and the deuces are wild! (Season 16 episode Mommie Beerest)
    • Casablanca (Clamp Version)
        • New version of Casablanca playing on the Clamp Cable Classic Movie Channel - Now in full color, with a happier ending!
    • Cat On A Hot Tin Roof
        • Movie poster on the wall in Princess Carolyn's apartment in season 2 episode After the Party. Same name as real movie but there's a real cat woman in this one.
    • Cellblock Serenade
        • Film featuring ALF's favorite actress Louise Beaumont (Season 4 episode When I'm Sixty-Four)
    • Chocolate 2: The Vanilla-ing
        • Movie playing at Springfield Googolplex Theatres when the Simpsons watch Shenani-Goats. (Season 13 episode Jaws Wired Shut)
    • Chosen: The Final Saga, Part I
        • Movie that Dusty's niece Chloe makes him take her to on their movie night. Shown in Cinethrax. (Season 1 episode Cinethrax)
    • Chow Fun
        • Movie that Elaine mentions when she calls Moviefone, and gets Kramer. (Season 7 episode The Pool Guy)
    • Chubby Rain
        • Bowfinger's movie, starring action star Kit Ramsey (although he doesn't know he's in it). The aliens come down to Earth in raindrops. That's what makes the raindrops chubby. Made for $2,184.
    • Chunnel
        • Movie that Jerry and Elaine go see with Susan. (Season 7 episode The Pool Guy)
    • City Of AIDS
        • Movie featuring one of the nominees for Best Actor in a Motion Picture (or Vine) Golden Snowflake Award (Season 3 episode 6 Brrap Brrap Pew Pew)
    • Clank, Clank, You're Dead!
        • Bart and Lisa find the robot from the science fiction movie Clank, Clank, You're Dead! at Cockamamie's, a collectibles and antiques store at Springfield Mall. "A mechanical man with the heart of a monster!" (Season 8 episode Homer's Phobia)
    • The Clif Spab Story
        • TV Movie about the hostage crisis.
    • Clown Of The Jungle
        • Movie on theater marquee in the background when the Toon Patrol weasels are chasing Valiant and Roger Rabbit.
    • Codger
        • One of the other four films from which a best actor was nominated, alongside Cameron Drake in To Serve And Protect.
    • Cold Fusion
        • Movie that Jerry plans to see with Kramer, who is unable to go because of a long day "working" at Brandt-Leland Investments. (Season 8 episode The Bizarro Jerry)
    • College Cut-Ups 2: Panty Raid Academy
        • Fake movie starring Troy and Abed in episode The Art of Discourse.
    • Colonel Dracula Joins the Army
        • Late night movie on TV that Homer and Bart fall asleep watching. (Season 8 episode The Old Man and the Lisa)
    • Cones of Dunshire: The Ledgerman's Ascent
        • Going a little stir crazy in quarantine during the Covid-19 pandemic, Ben decides to make adapt his famous game into a claymation feature. Also considering the name Cones of Dunshire: The Curse of the Arbiter's Prophecy. (The Parks and Recreation Special)
    • The Contrabulous Fabtraption Of Professor Horatio Hufnagel
        • Newly divorced Troy McClure's pet project that he writes and directs. (Season 7 episode A Fish Called Selma)
    • Coot
        • One of the other four films from which a best actor was nominated, alongside Cameron Drake in To Serve And Protect.
    • The Cosmic Movie
        • The day you die you gotta watch your whole life recurring eternally forever.
    • Couch Of Pain
        • One of the films that Sam directed in the 1970s. (Season 1 episode The Dusty Spur)
    • Craig Pelton: A Year In Paris
        • Feature available on Greendale Campus Television in episode Pillows and Blankets.
    • The Creeper
        • Torchy's advertised their Tacos of the Month for August 2018 as blockbuster films, complete with movie posters on their website: Barn Burner, The Creeper, Bottle Rocket Shrimp and Scalding Pig.
    • Cry Yuma
        • Hello, I'm Troy McClure. You may remember me from Cry Yuma and Here Comes the Coast Guard! I'd like to talk about a candy that cleans and straightens your teeth! (Season 2 episode Homer vs. Lisa and the 8th Commandment)
    • Cry, Cry Again
        • When Jerry refuses to record a bootleg copy of the movie Cry, Cry Again for Brody, Kramer is forced to do it. (Season 8 episode The Little Kicks)
    • Cupid's Rifle
        • Movie Kramer mentions when answering his phone as the Moviefone guy. (Season 7 episode The Pool Guy)
    • Curling For Loonies
        • Sports movie being filmed at Paramountie Studios in Toronto where Rainier Wolfcastle is filming his new movie, Undercover Hero. (Season 13 episode The Bart Wants What It Wants)
    • Dangerous Cousins
        • American version of the French film Les Cousins Dangereux that George Michael and Maeby went to see in Season 1 (Season 2)
    • Dark Face of Love
        • Also known as D-FOL, Forty's film adaptation of Beck's memoir. (Season 2 episode Farewell, My Bunny)
    • Dead Before Arrival
        • Action thriller possibly inspired by the Bourne movies starring Simon Williams/Wonder Man (portrayed by Nathan Fillion) from a Nathan Fillion cameo scene that ended up on the cutting room floor - director James Gunn had originally planned a small flash to earth with a theater playing a "Simon Williams Film Festival," with six Simon Williams movie posters outside (a run of B movies).
    • Deadly By Surprise
        • Fictional Hallmark movie starring Danica McKellar.
    • Deadpool's Proposal
        • Trailer for fake movie - mash-up between The Proposal and Deadpool. From the studio that brought you Avengers with benefits.
    • Deadstick 2
        • Movie trailer Phil mentions to Annie that he was not impressed with. (Season 2 episode Meet in the Middle)
    • Death Blow
        • The action movie that Kramer's friend Brody orders Jerry to film for him. "When someone tries to blow you up, not because of who you are but because of reasons completely different." (Season 8 episode The Little Kicks)
    • Death Fist 4
        • Charlie and Alan run into Judith - and her date - at the movies when they go to see Captivated by Solitude. Other movies playing at the theater include Death Fist 4, Hardball, Beyond, Cybort, Jolly Good Fellow and Pawn. (Season 1 episode Alan Harper, Frontier Chiropractor)
        • Movie poster in future post-apocalyptic world after an event dubbed The Undoing. (Season 2 episode Dueling Hats)
    • Decapathon (movie)
        • Movie version of the video game Decapathon from episode Zoës and Zeldas. BoJack was up for lead role of Dr. Decapitator but it went to Robert Downey. Sr, not Jr. If it was junior, BoJack would have said Jr.
    • DementiA 113
        • Movie on movie theater marquee - a reference to the Francis Ford Coppola movie Dementia 13, as well as the famous classroom number at the California Institute of the Arts inserted into Pixar films.
    • Diagonal
        • One of the movie posters on the wall of Professor Garrity's classroom during his "Nicolas Cage - Good or Bad?" class that Abed takes in season 5 episode 2. The poster looks like the poster for Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo.
    • The Dirty Dozen
        • Remake of the original movie, this time starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sylvester Stallone and Bruce Willis (Season 1 episode Every Doris Has Her Day)
    • Dixon Hill and the Black Orchid
        • Movies listed in the ship’s database, reference to Captain Picard’s favorite fictional detective on TNG.
    • Do The Right Thing 2: Do The Thing More Right
        • One of the movies that premieres at the underwater film festival in Pacific Ocean City (Season 3 episode 4 Fish Out of Water). "A Spike Lee Joint"
    • Don't Go To Sleep
        • TV movie on K-DTV's programming board (Season 1 episode The Liberal Chokehold)
    • Double Endorsement
        • Joke Leslie makes. Leslie: "Tonight he's going to endorse Ben, and Trumple is going to endorse me. Double endorsement. Ooh, that sounds like an Ashley Judd movie." (Season 4 episode Dave Returns)
    • Dracula's Other Wife
        • World's gone to hell. No germs, no science. World's fallen to the supernatural, it's a supernatural world. Harper's Bizarre and Saturday Evening Ghost and Ghoul Housekeeping. ‘Young Dr. Jekyll' and ‘Dracula's Other Wife' and ‘Death Can Be Beautiful'. ‘Don't be half-staked' and Smith Brothers' Coffin Drops.
    • El Mexico Del Ojo
        • One of the movie posters on the wall of Professor Garrity's classroom during his "Nicolas Cage - Good or Bad?" class that Abed takes in season 5 episode 2.
    • The Electric Gigolo
        • Movie Selma mentions to Troy: "Troy, darling come to bed. I want to see the Troy McClure I remember from such films as Make-Out King of Montana and the Electric Gigolo." (Season 7 episode A Fish Called Selma)
    • Elvis Ate America
        • A 4-minute short film by Jeff Koons. (from Original Soundtracks 1, U2's side project under the pseudonym Passengers. The album is supposedly a collection of songs written for movies, but most of the movies listed in the liner notes are not actual movies.)
    • Embryo Dan: It Would Have Been A Wonderful Life
        • Movie on The Miracle Network, an anti-abortion drama starring Tobias Fünke (Season 4)
    • The Empress Fights Back
        • One of the movies on the marquee at the Premiere movie theater (Episode "Movie Job")
    • Eternity Forever
        • Viktor and Simone's second film together.
    • Eva Braun
        • Movie Princess Carolyn tries to get off the ground in episode Say Anything. "Word to the wise, Laura - do not pitch a Nazi romance to Steven Spielberg"
    • Fake Purse Ninjas
        • Bowfinger's martial arts action film the crew makes in Taiwan, starring Bobby Bowfinger and Kit Ramsey's brother.
    • False Promises
        • Forty Quinn's screenplay, a thriller set in a celebrity recovery center. (Season 2 episode What Are Friends For?)
    • Family Honor 2: Thissa Time It'sa Personal
        • Joey borrows a few lines from his recent unsuccessful movie audition when chatting up Mike's parents at Phoebe's wedding. (Season 10 episode The One With Phoebe's Wedding)
    • A Farewell Without Tears
        • 1933 film starring Barbara Jean Trenton and Jerry Herndon. (Season 1 episode The Sixteen Millimeter Shrine)
    • Fart Club
        • Teenage fart comedy starring Jeff Portnoy, play on Fight Club. "The first rule of a fart club: pull my finger"
    • Fatal Affair
        • Movie starring Best Supporting Actress nominee Mary Lou Retton. "One woman's ordeal to overcome the death of her cat, set against the background of the Hindenburg disaster." The titles of all of the Best Supporting Actress nominee pictures are inspired by 90s erotic thrillers, such as Fatal Attraction, Indecent Proposal, Basic Instinct, Final Analysis and Internal Affairs.
    • The Fatties
        • Jeff Portnoy, Jeff Portnoy, Jeff Portnoy and Jeff Portnoy are The Fatties.
    • Final Chapter: A New Beginning
        • Movie playing at Springfield Googolplex Theatres when the Simpsons watch Shenani-Goats. (Season 13 episode Jaws Wired Shut)
    • Final Proposal
        • Movie starring Best Supporting Actress nominee Morgan Fairchild. "One courageous pioneer woman's triumphant victory over bulimia set against the background of the Donner Party crossing." The titles of all of the Best Supporting Actress nominee pictures are inspired by 90s erotic thrillers, such as Fatal Attraction, Indecent Proposal, Basic Instinct, Final Analysis and Internal Affairs.
    • Fireball and Mudflap
        • When Bart and Lisa accidentally set Mount Springfield on fire, all of the firemen in Springfield are busy filming a new movie in which Burt Reynolds plays Jerry "Fireball" Mudflap, a feisty supreme court justice who's searching for his birthmother while completing in a cross-country fire truck race. It's garbage. (Season 11 episode Days of Wine and D'oh'ses)
    • Firestorm
        • Movie Kramer mentions when answering his phone as the Moviefone guy. (Season 7 episode The Pool Guy) Movie that George and Susan's dad discuss at dinner. George's father gets mad because he 'likes to go in fresh'. (Season 7 episode The Rye)
    • Fishhunter
        • In a post-credits scene, Hasselhoff is running on a beach holding a trident, advertising a film titled Fishhunter.
    • Fist Force
        • Movie starring Tugg Speedman (mentioned in Variety article seen in DVD bonus features)
    • Fist Full Of Pistols
        • Movie starring Jack Moore (Season 2 episode 1 What Goes Up…)
    • Flaming Globes Of Sigmund
        • Science fiction movie that inspires Jerry to wake up in the middle of the night and scribble something down because he thinks its funny. He spends the rest of the episode trying to figure out what he wrote. Larry Charles confirms the name of the movie in the DVD commentary. (Season 2 episode The Heart Attack)
    • Fogdancing
        • VHS tape in the video rental store that a young Angela visits in Vietnam. (Season 1 episode An Almost Religious Awe)
    • Footlight Fancies
        • Film featuring ALF's favorite actress Louise Beaumont as an aging vamp (Season 4 episode When I'm Sixty-Four)
    • Four-Seven
        • The movie that's being re-made as On High in Blue Tomorrows. Film was never finished - both lead actors were murdered during production.
    • Fowl Wars
        • Howard's Breeders of the Lost Ark movie poster says, from the creators of Beaks (Duckworld version of Jaws) and Fowl Wars (Duckworld version of Star Wars)
    • The Frame
        • Screenplay the machine is working on when Alex arrives at the office on Arapahoe Street.
    • Frankenstein
        • Movie from an alternate universe starring Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone.
    • The Freak
        • Tagline: This movie won't just scare you, it will mess you up for life.
    • Fried Vice
        • Fake movie starring undercover FBI agent Ben Yang. Brian tracks down several undercover FBI agents after their clover is blown. A Fake movie poster pops up for each one when he explains how he found them in episode Undercover!
    • From Here To Infirmity
        • In a commercial shown at Totally sick, twisted, F***ed-Up Animation Festival, after a tough day on the set making their classic film From Here to Infirmity, Itchy and Scratchy relax with Laramie Extra Tar cigarettes. "And now there's more nico-glycerol" (Season 12 episode HOMR)
    • From Labs To Riches: The Annie's Boobs Story
        • Feature available on Greendale Campus Television in episode Pillows and Blankets.
    • Full Pop
        • One of the movie posters on the wall of Professor Garrity's classroom during his "Nicolas Cage - Good or Bad?" class that Abed takes in season 5 episode 2.
    • G-Men: World War
        • Vought International's latest superhero movie that just grossed shy of $17 billion world-wide. (Season 1 episode The Name of the Game)
    • Galactic Justice
        • One of Wray's previous sci-fi projects. According to Wray, it blew. (Season 1 episode 3 Behind the Lines)
    • The Gallerist
        • Fake movie starring undercover FBI agent Liz Collette. Brian tracks down several undercover FBI agents after their clover is blown. A Fake movie poster pops up for each one when he explains how he found them in episode Undercover!
    • Gate Crasher
        • Fake movie poster on the wall in Scott's bedroom.
    • George Sand Movie Festival
        • Joke Lilith makes: "What for? You think I won't enjoy a cigar because I'm a woman? I'll save it for the George Sand Film Festival." Frasier: "You see, what you don't understand is that my wife just made a a very funny literary reference to a woman that used to dress as a man, and lived in France." (Season 10 episode 1 Baby Balk)
    • Gibigiane
        • Gianniccolo's last film. (from Original Soundtracks 1, U2's side project under the pseudonym Passengers. The album is supposedly a collection of songs written for movies, but most of the movies listed in the liner notes are not actual movies.)
    • Gina The Machina
        • One of the films that Sam directed in the 1970s, one of his early works that was so offensive that it was banned in 49 states. (Season 1 episodes The Wrath of Kuntar, The Dusty Spur) Sam and Ruth watch it at a banned film festival (Season 2 episode Work the Leg)
    • The Girl Of My Dreams
        • Name of the movie Jack Slater tells the video store employee he was in when he hits on her.
    • Give My Remains to Broadway
        • Movie that Selma mentions when meeting Troy McClure: "You're Troy McClure. I remember you from such films as Meet Joe Blow and Give My Remains to Broadway." Parody of Give My Regards to Broadway. (Season 7 episode A Fish Called Selma)
    • Gladys, The Groovy Mule
        • I'm Troy McClure. You might remember me from such films as Today We Kill, Tomorrow We Die and Gladys, the Groovy Mule. (Season 3 episode Homer Alone)
    • God Particle
        • The Cloverfield Paradox was originally titled "God Particle" before joining the Cloververse, then "Cloverfield Station", before becoming The Cloverfield Paradox.
    • The Good, the Bad, and the Unattractive
        • Western movie starring Former Hollywood actor turned Mayor of Marlowe Kyle X. Applegate.
    • Goodtime Slim, Uncle Doobie, And The Great Frisco Freak Out
        • 1971 film starring Troy McClure played on the Thousand Dollar Movie program. (Season 6 episode Grandpa vs. Sexual Inadequacy)
    • Gorilla Island Six
        • When Homer donates a kidney to Abe, Bart rents him all his favorite gorilla movies - Gorilla Squadron, Gorilla Island Six, Apes-A-Poppin' (The Airline Version). (Season 10 episode Kidney Trouble)
    • Gorilla Squadron
        • When Homer donates a kidney to Abe, Bart rents him all his favorite gorilla movies - Gorilla Squadron, Gorilla Island Six, Apes-A-Poppin' (The Airline Version). (Season 10 episode Kidney Trouble)
    • Gorilla The Conqueror
        • Movie featured as part of Big Gorilla Week on Million Dollar Movie. (Season 2 episode Bart Gets an F)
    • The Great Stagecoach Robbery
        • Episode Ghost Town U.S.A.. Greg's title for a home movie he improvises with his brothers and sisters during their stay in the Cactus Creek ghost town.
    • Gunfight At The Museum of Natural History
        • Bart meets famous movie cowboy Buck McCoy, and his stuffed moose movie prop from the movie Gunfight at the Museum of Natural History. (Season 13 episode The Latest Gun in the West)
    • Gunfight at the Pretty Good Corral
        • Western movie starring Former Hollywood actor turned Mayor of Marlowe Kyle X. Applegate.
    • The Haberdasher's Peanut
        • Movie featuring one of the nominees for Best Actor in a Motion Picture (or Vine) Golden Snowflake Award (Season 3 episode 6 Brrap Brrap Pew Pew)
    • Hail To The Chimp
        • Movie Homer watches at the Springfield Drive-In, instead of stealing Moe's car, which he is supposed to be leaving on the railroad tracks to be destroyed so Moe can get the insurance money. (Season 9 episode Dumbbell Indemnity)
    • Hammy The Bear
        • Action film about a cop in a bear suit starring Andre Allen.
    • Hands Off My Jerky, Turkey
        • The name of the screenplay that Apu works on in a class at Springfield Community College. (Season 2 episode Brush With Greatness)
    • Happy Little Allison Tinkly-Winkle Town
        • Movie that Lisa looks for but can't find at the VHS Village video rental store. (Season 3 episode Saturdays of Thunder)
    • The Happy Little Elves Meet Fuzzy Snuggleduck
        • Movie available to watch through Relaxo-Vision, the movie service at Rancho Relaxo, Springfield's only 2 star health spa. (Season 3 episode Homer Alone)
    • The Happy Little Elves! Meet The Curious Bear Cub!
        • Tape from the Simpsons' video library that Marge tells the babysitter Bart and Lisa can watch until bedtime. (Season 1 episode Some Enchanted Evening)
    • Happy Pants
        • 1996 movie that Vin Diesel's roommate from film school made using old footage after Vin became famous, mentioned in Season 6 episode 8 Intro to Recycled Cinema.
    • Hardball
        • Charlie and Alan run into Judith - and her date - at the movies when they go to see Captivated by Solitude. Other movies playing at the theater include Death Fist 4, Hardball, Beyond, Cybort, Jolly Good Fellow and Pawn. (Season 1 episode Alan Harper, Frontier Chiropractor)
    • Haxan 2
        • A supernatural thriller inspired by the movie Horns starring Simon Williams/Wonder Man (portrayed by Nathan Fillion) from a Nathan Fillion cameo scene that ended up on the cutting room floor - director James Gunn had originally planned a small flash to earth with a theater playing a "Simon Williams Film Festival," with six Simon Williams movie posters outside (a run of B movies). "You'll witch you never met him"
    • Heartfelt Sap
        • The name of one of the movie posters that Charlie finds on the hidden wall behind the fake reporter/stalker's bed in episode Charlie Does it for Science. The actor's faces are covered up with pictures of Charlie and the fake reporter/stalker.
    • Hell Hath No Little Vicki
        • Movie poster on the wall at Lil' Vicki's School of Dance, starring Little Vicki Valentine. (Season 11 episode Last Tap Dance in Springfield)
    • Henry The Wicked
        • TV show/movie on PBS, continually interrupted by the KFSB Pledge-A-Thon, which advertises the lack of interruptions on the channel (Episode At The Beach)
    • Hercules Versus The Martians
        • Movie featured on late night TV program Academy Award Playhouse that Krusty watches. (Season 3 episode Like Father, Like Clown)
    • Hide Now Or Else
        • When ALF is told to hide now or else, he jokes, "Wasn't that a Chuck Norris film?" (Season 2 episode The Boy Next Door)
    • Hold Your Horses
        • Movie featuring Seth Rogen advertised in New York City (tagline: "Riding High in the Saddle"), which Phil Lord and Christopher Miller explained in a CinemaBlend interview. Phil Lord: "Hold Your Horses is actually a sequel to an earlier Seth Rogen jockey film.” Chris Miller: "It's about an unlikely jockey just trying to make his way in a world of tiny people."
    • Homelander: Brightest Night
        • One of Homelander's movies.(Season 2 episode Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Maker)
    • Homelander: Darkest Day
        • One of Homelander's movies.(Season 2 episode Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Maker)
    • Homelander: Origins
        • One of Homelander's movies.(Season 2 episode Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Maker)
    • Homelander: Rise of a Hero
        • One of Homelander's movies.(Season 2 episode Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Maker)
    • Homeless Dad
        • Movie - a rigidly formulaic popcorn movie starring Thomas Jane he agreed to do in order to fund his passion project, Junk. (Season 2)
    • Homemaker to Homeless
        • Marge watches TV: "Wifetime TV presents From Homemaker to Homeless, based on a true story." (Season 16 episode Mobile Homer)
    • Honk if You're Horny
        • Movie Homer goes to see by himself, featuring Pauly Shore and Faye Dunaway. (Season 7 episode King-Size Homer)
    • Hot Ice
        • Showtime movie starring Carl Weathers and Anne Archer. Carl Weathers: "Let me tell you a little story about acting. I was doing this Showtime movie, Hot Ice with Anne Archer, never once touched my per diem. I'd go to Craft Service, get some raw veggies, bacon, Cup-A-Soup. Baby, I got a stew going." (Season 1)
    • Hot Robot
        • Entertainment talk show Fandango All Access interviews the cast of new movie Hot Robot 3: Journey to Boob Mountain, second sequel to the original Hot Robot, the movie that dared to ask the question, "What if American Pie had robots?" (Sketch Movie Interview)
    • Hot Robot 3: Journey to Boob Mountain
        • Entertainment talk show Fandango All Access interviews the cast of new movie Hot Robot 3: Journey to Boob Mountain, second sequel to the original Hot Robot, the movie that dared to ask the question, "What if American Pie had robots?" (Sketch Movie Interview)
    • How Beige Was My Jacket?
        • Episode That's Lobstertainment. One of the movies up for the Best Picture Oscar.
    • How Far Is Too Far Enough: The Teri Palliber Lonergan Story
        • Lifetime movie. Ann: "I watch a lot of Lifetime movies. There was this one, How Far is Too Far Enough: The Teri Palliber Lonergan Story. This woman had agoraphobia and her therapist was obsessed with her, and he hid in her house. And then he attacked her and tried to eat her toes. Also, her daughter was having sex way too young." (Season 2 episode Park Safety)
    • The Hula Girl And The Full Back
        • One of Ginger's movies, her most popular movie, since she created her own hula dance in it. (episode The Matchmaker)
    • Hunter's Pride
        • One of the movie posters on the wall of Professor Garrity's classroom during his "Nicolas Cage - Good or Bad?" class that Abed takes in season 5 episode 2.
    • Hypnotize (Love Me 'til Dawn)
        • Film about a tabloid journalist being driven to London. (from Original Soundtracks 1, U2's side project under the pseudonym Passengers. The album is supposedly a collection of songs written for movies, but most of the movies listed in the liner notes are not actual movies.)
    • I Am Pig
        • Film starring Simone that Viktor makes to kill her career, but it backfires and her fans love it.
    • I Thumb Through Your Magazines
        • Fake film currently being shown at the Springfield Drive-In, along with real film "I Spit on Your Grave". (Season 7 episode Lisa the Vegetarian)
    • Il Vento
        • Film by Gianniccolo, director of Gibigiane. (from Original Soundtracks 1, U2's side project under the pseudonym Passengers. The album is supposedly a collection of songs written for movies, but most of the movies listed in the liner notes are not actual movies.)
    • Imminent Disaster
        • Action movie poster on the wall where Arthur and The Tick post the Tick's picture on a flier titled, 'Do you know this superhero?' (Episode The License)
    • The Implanted Journalist Experience
        • Virtual coverage for journalists, where they can watch the war in IMAX theaters in the heavily-fortified Emerald City to get "full-spectrum sensory reality” while eating popcorn.
    • In Our Darkest Hour (When All Seems Lost, Somewhere In The Fearsome Black Of Night Let Us Search For That Shining Star Which Will Guide Us Out Of Our Desolation)
        • One of Ginger's movies. (episode Two on a Raft)
    • The Incredible Shrinking McBain
        • Bart's are friend is McBain actor Rainier Wolfcastle's daughter. He goes over to her house for a playdate, where there are props from one of his movies, giant everyday items like a comb, a watch, a telephone, a book of matches and the Q-Tip he used to kill Ross Perot. (Season 13 episode The Bart Wants What It Wants)
    • Insurrection
        • Superhero movie starring Black Noir. (Season 1 episode The Name of the Game)
    • Intense Justice
        • One of the movie posters on the wall of Professor Garrity's classroom during his "Nicolas Cage - Good or Bad?" class that Abed takes in season 5 episode 2.
    • Invisible Force
        • Superhero movie starring Translucent. (Season 1 episode The Name of the Game)
    • Ito Okashi
        • Film directed by Rita Takashina, a meditation on mortality. (from Original Soundtracks 1, U2's side project under the pseudonym Passengers. The album is supposedly a collection of songs written for movies, but most of the movies listed in the liner notes are not actual movies.)
    • I'll Never Make Love To A Woman On The Beach Again
        • Fake movie, joke Guard Falzon makes when Cyrus the Virus asks him what the inflight movie is: Well, I think you'll like it, Cyrus. It's called I'll Never Make Love To A Woman On The Beach Again. And it's preceded by the award-winning short, No More Steak For Me Ever.
    • Jack And Jill
        • Film Adam shows May that he made for his university about two young lovers, who go on a picnic, and end up eating each other.
        • Film starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, advertised on a movie theater marquee in during the New York race sequence, reference to Last Action Hero.
    • Jack Slater V
        • Action movie starring Arnold Schwarzenegger. MC Hammer asks Arnold about Jack Slater V soundtrack at the premier of Jack Slater IV.
    • Joelho-Alto Prejuizo Moral
        • (Knee-High Mischief). Portuguese rip-off of Gremlins - movie Abed and Annie watch in season 6 episode 2. Heat will make them evil. Salt will make them multiply. They are attracted to love... and hate Christmas. Holy water returns them to good... but a rainbow will make them more evil than the first time.
    • Jolly Good Fellow
        • Charlie and Alan run into Judith - and her date - at the movies when they go to see Captivated by Solitude. Other movies playing at the theater include Death Fist 4, Hardball, Beyond, Cybort, Jolly Good Fellow and Pawn. (Season 1 episode Alan Harper, Frontier Chiropractor)
    • Junk
        • Movie - a gritty personal project about a junkie's life starring Thomas Jane from the directors of ‘Dangerous Cousins'. "They shoot heroin, don't they?" (Season 2)
    • Just Stay For The Night
        • Short film directed by Peter Alencio, play on the kinda rapey Christmas standard Baby, It's Cold Outside. (Season 2 episode Manly Tears)
    • Ka-Blaam!
        • Neuroscientist Thaddeus Q. They starred as a genie in the movie Ka-Blaam! Reference to Kazaam, the non-existent movie starring Sinbad as a genie that some people claim to remember seeing, though no such movie exists. There was a movie called Kazaam starring Shaquille O'Neal as a genie. (Season 1 episode The Lost Art of Forehead Swear)
    • Kanga-Roommate!
        • In-flight movie starring Jim Belishi on the Simpsons' Air Japan flight to Japan. (Season 10 episode 30 Minutes Over Tokyo)
    • The Keys
        • Kramer's screenplay that the detectives find on the dead girl's body in L.A. "A movie treatment by Kramer" (Season 4 episode The Trip)
    • Kick Puncher 3: The Final Kickening
        • Episode Custody law and Eastern European diplomacy.
    • Kickpuncher
        • Movie directed by Kim Yang that Abed plays in his dorm room in season 1 episode Romantic Expressionism.
    • Kickpuncher Detroit
        • Movie Abed gives Troy in episode Mixology Certification.
        • There’s a poster Kickpuncher Detroit in Troy and Abed’s new apartment in episode: Remedial Chaos Theory.
    • Kickpuncher III: The Final Sickening
        • Movie poster on the wall in Abed's apartment in Season 5 episode 10 Advanced Advanced Dungeons & Dragons.
    • Kickpuncher Miami
        • Movie poster on the wall in Abed's apartment in Season 5 episode 10 Advanced Advanced Dungeons & Dragons.
    • Kicksplasher
        • Movie poster seen on Abed's dorm room wall in episode Communication Studies. Also seen on the wall in the kitchen in Abed's and Annie's apartment in episode VCR Maintenance and Educational Publishing.
    • Kill Me Now Ringo, Said The Gringo
        • Also known as Uccidimi Subito Ringo, Disse il Gringo (Italian name). Spaghetti western film starring Rick Dalton, inspired by the real life films A Pistol for Ringo and its sequel, The Return of Ringo.
    • Kindred Hearts
        • The name of one of the movie posters that Charlie finds on the hidden wall behind the fake reporter/stalker's bed in episode Charlie Does it for Science. The actor's faces are covered up with pictures of Charlie and the fake reporter/stalker.
    • Kiss Saves Santa
        • Christmas special in which rock band KISS saves Santa from pterodactyls by playing the guitar because the pterodactyls can't stand the noise. (episode A Very Special Family Guy Freakin' Christmas)
    • Koi Story
        • Joke made at Michael's expense after he falls in a koi pond - word play on Toy Story. (Season 6 episode Koi Pond)
    • Koogler
        • Movie starring Koogler advertised during the end credits of season 5 episode 8 App Development and Condiments. Based on the book "Le Desespoir des Travailleurs". Rated A for Awesome.
    • Kosovo Autumn
        • Lisa wins 4 free tickets to see Kosovo Autumn, the latest film by acclaimed director Mladzieul Klernt, playing at the Limited Appeal Theater. Winner of the Romanian Film Festival's prestigious Golden Bucket award. (Season 16 episode Home Away from Homer)
    • Kwazy Kupcakes: The Movie
        • New kids movie. Terry and Boyle vie for Jake's tickets to the premiere for their kids. (Season 7 episode Ding Dong)
    • La Poubelle Et Le Fromage New record added 10/5/2021
        • Charlie and Chelsea take Alan with them to see La Poubelle et le Fromage at the Nuart. Translation: The Trash and Cheese. (Season 6 episode Good Morning, Mrs. Butterworth)
    • Lady Brings The Blues
        • Joke ALF makes about Kate's mother - what they should call the movie of her life (Season 4 episode Break Up to Make Up)
    • Laff And A Haff
        • Short film starring The Little Rascals. Moe reveals that he was one of the original Little Rascals, starring in a short film called Laff and a Haff. (Season 7 episode Radioactive Man)
    • The Lazarus Bowl
        • Scully: We had this wacky nun in Catholic school, Sister Callahan. We used to call her Sister Spooky, because she would tell us scary stories all the time. (episode Hollywood A.D.)
    • Lead Paint: Delicious But Deadly
        • Hello, I'm actor Troy McClure. You kids might remember me from such education films as Lead Paint: Delicious but Deadly, and Here Comes the Metric System. (Season 3 episode Bart's Friend Falls in Love)
    • The Legend Of Marco Ramos
        • Fake movie Brian imagines about drug dealer Ray Dixon was researching in episode 3.
    • Lenore's Promise
        • When George becomes Jerry's dating assistant, he gets tickets to the 7:15 showing of the movie Lenore's Promise. (Season 8 episode The Summer of George)
    • Leper In The Back Field
        • Movie that news anchorman mentions when reporting on Troy's comeback: "We may remember Troy from such films as The Verdict was Mail Fraud and Leper in the Back Field". (Season 7 episode A Fish Called Selma)
    • Let's Go Native
        • One of the last films to fall foul of the Apartheid laws in South Africa. (from Original Soundtracks 1, U2's side project under the pseudonym Passengers. The album is supposedly a collection of songs written for movies, but most of the movies listed in the liner notes are not actual movies.)
    • Life At Our House
        • Old silent movie featuring silent screen star Silas B. Manchester, The Critic's mash-up version of Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton (Season 1 episode Marathon Mensch)
    • Life of a Salesman
        • Alternate name for Death of a Salesman, from joke Kramer rmakes: So I said to him, Arthur, Artie come on, why does the salesman have to die? Change the title. The Life of a Salesman, That's what people want to see. (Season 8 episode The Summer of George)
    • The Living Will
        • Jay's parents' living will, narrated by Orson Welles (Season 2 episode Frankie and Ellie Get Lost)
    • Locker Room Towel Fight: The Blinding Of Larry Driscoll
        • Movie Lisa mentions when meeting Troy McClure: "I remember you from such filmstrips as Locker Room Towel Fight: The Blinding of Larry Driscoll." (Season 7 episode A Fish Called Selma)
    • Losing It!
        • Movie script by Kellie Morris that Maeby green-lit in her after school job as a movie studio executive, changing the name from "The Sexual assault of Abigail F." (Season 3)
    • Love is Nice
        • After having a crayon removed from his brain, Homer watches the romantic comedy Love is Nice starring Julia Roberts, Bill Pullman and Richard Gere at the Aztec theater, but doesn't think it's funny. (Season 12 episode HOMR)
    • Love Under Siege
        • The name of the movie that Arthur and Carmelita are watching when Arthur gets kidnapped by Aztec warriors (Season 3 episode 3 Sidekicks Don't Kiss)
    • Lucille
        • Greg Nicotero, one of the show's executive producers, commissioned Walking Dead twists on several famous movie posters to promote Season 8. One of them was a homage to The Shining, with Negan and his precious bat Lucille breaking through the bathroom door instead of Jack with his axe, with the title, "Lucille"
    • Machete
        • A fake movie trailer when it was made, Robert Rodriguez eventually made it into a full length feature film. An incredibly awesome full length feature film!
    • Macho And The Nerd
        • Movie poster on Emmet's wall, and the Russian name for 21 Jump Street, also directed by Phil Lord and Chris Miller.

    • The Magnificent Three
        • Episode That's Lobstertainment. Harold Zoid's movie that Bender talks Calculon into backing as well as starring in by promising him an Oscar.
    • Makeout King of Montana
        • Movie Selma mentions to Troy: "Troy, darling come to bed. I want to see the Troy McClure I remember from such films as Make-Out King of Montana and the Electric Gigolo." (Season 7 episode A Fish Called Selma)
    • The Man Who Shot Kaleeth-Tar
        • Movie Kolitar mentions when Quinn and Rembrandt attempt to trick him when they're in jail on the Wild West world. (Season 4 episode Way Out West)
    • Manchild In Bean Town
        • The name of the film the gang makes for Woody's parents (Season 5 episode 24 Cheers: The Movie)
    • Manchild In Bean Town Redux
        • The new name for Diane's recut of the film the gang makes for Woody's parents (Season 5 episode 24 Cheers: The Movie)
    • Mao Giang
        • Movie on theater marquee behind Joker when he is being interviewed. Translates as, Red River.
    • McBain IV: Fatal Discharge
        • New McBain movie that newly divorced Troy McClure turns down to write and direct his own pet project, The Contrabulous Fabtraption of Professor Horatio Hufnagel. (Season 7 episode A Fish Called Selma)
    • McBain: Let's Get Silly
        • Film that Jay Sherman reviews on Coming Attractions, from The Critic. A mix of action and comedy. (Season 6 episode A Star is Burns)
    • McBane VI
        • Movie poster on the wall at the Aztec behind Mel Gibson when the crowd rushes him. Normally spelled McBain. (Season 11 episode Beyond Blunderdome)
    • Means To An End
        • Sold out movie that Jerry's beautiful girlfriend Nikki manages to get two tickets. (Season 7 episode The Calzone)
    • Medellin
        • New movie on Netflix. "We even made all the fake movies from Entourage." (Season 44 episode 7 Host Claire Foy January 19, 2019 - Netflix Commercial)
        • Narrator: "This holiday season give the gift of NETFLIX and enjoy streaming shows like Stranger Things, The Crown, and Making a Murder. And in 2019 we’ll have even more programming to choose from because we’ve gone crazy!"
    • Mel Gibson's The Salad of The Christ
        • When Santa's Little Helper swallows the remote control for the TV, the channel changes every time he barks - from the Sitcom Sunday lineup to a Spanish version of Wheel of Fortune called Rueda de Fortuna to Mel Gibson's the Salad of the Christ on Christian Carrot Theater to rap music news show Hip-hoppenings. (Season 16 episode Pranksta Rap)
    • The Merchant Of Venice
        • Movie starring Keanu Reeves that's playing when Jay goes for a walk looking for inspiration (Season 1 episode Eye on the Prize)
    • Metal Eyes
        • Leon passes on his friend's invitation to see a movie called Metal Eyes in order to catch the last performance of a one-woman show at the Hanning Playhouse called Simplectic, which is a monologue in verse. (Story: Understand)
    • Midnight Hole
        • Movie featuring one of the nominees for Best Actor in a Motion Picture (or Vine) Golden Snowflake Award (Season 3 episode 6 Brrap Brrap Pew Pew)
    • Mind Of Hermes
        • Claire's favorite motion picture from 2035, featuring fictional character Jeff Bellman. (Season 2 episode A Happy Refrain)
    • Minnie Tells Mickey That Roger Rabbit Died
        • 
Movie mentions after Pecs ‘R' Us sketch on the Tonight Show: "And now, back to our movie - Gene Barry, Barry Nelson, Nelson Eddy, Eddie Albert and Gotcha the Wonder Goose in: Minnie Tells Mickey that Roger Rabbit Died." (Season 3 episode Tonight, Tonight)
    • Mirages
        • Film by Gianniccolo, director of Gibigiane. (from Original Soundtracks 1, U2's side project under the pseudonym Passengers. The album is supposedly a collection of songs written for movies, but most of the movies listed in the liner notes are not actual movies.)
    • The Misadventures of Ezekial Balls
        • A fake movie starring Jack Black playing at the movie theater.
    • Missile Tow
        • Movie playing at the Showcase movie theater… It's Liam Neeson. He's a tow truck driver who's on his way home for Christmas with his kids and happens along some terrorists who've hijacked a mobile ICBM. So he hooks it to his rig and has to get it to NORAD before Christmas morning.
    • Mission Hammertoe
        • Action movie starring Jack Moore (Season 1 episode 7 Doll Faced)
    • The Mockingbird
        • Movie starring Dawn Robbins. episode The Penguin's a Jinx.
    • The Momentum of Things
        • When the latest chapter of the epic space saga Cosmic Wars comes out, Otto learns that he camped out for three weeks at the wrong ticket window, for a movie starring Ellen Burstyn and Jim Broadbent. (Season 15 episode Co-Dependents' Day)
    • Moonshot
        • Movie about the moon landing where Kirk Lazarus (Robert Downey Jr.) portrayed Neil Armstrong.
    • Mother Earth
        • Upcoming blockbuster starring Dee Reynolds as a beautiful woman and warrior princess who saves the world, that's already grossed over $900 million in presale tickets, from Dee's robbery daydream. (Seaon 9 episode The Gang Saves the Day)
    • Mothers And Lovers
        • Sam makes a deal with Bash that if he makes GLOW the way Bash wants it, then Bash will finance Sam's new film called Mothers and Lovers - it's a semi-autobiographical psycho-sexual time travel drama. Sam: "It's about a boy, this all-American kid, can't stop jerking off to fantasies about having sex with his mother. It makes him hate himself. So he builds a time machine to go into the future where she's old and hideous so he can escape his Oedipal impulses. But he puts the wrong date in the machine, and he goes back in time instead to the 1950s, where she's just a horny teenager, and she spends the rest of the movie just trying to fuck him instead of his dad. Kind of like Back to the Future." (Season 1 episodes The Wrath of Kuntar, The Liberal Chokehold)
    • Mountain High
        • Movie Kramer mentions when answering his phone as the Moviefone guy, starring Kevin Bacon and Susan Sarandon. (Season 7 episode The Pool Guy)
    • Movie For A Dreary Afternoon
        • Afternoon movie on local television. (Season 2 episode Two Cars in Every Garage and Three Eyes on Every Fish)
    • The Movie
        • Song: The Movie. Did you have a good world when you died? Enough to base a movie on?
    • Mrs. Albert Hannaday
        • Andy, Jim and Pam watch a pirated upcoming movie starring Jack Black, Jessica Alba and Claris Leachman. (Season 5 episode Stress Relief)
    • The Mummy Speaks
        • TV show Tick, Arthur and Dot aware watching that's interrupted by Channel 17 News with breaking story about Dinosaur Neil going berserk. Also appears in Grandpa Wore Tights.
    • The Muted Heart
        • Movie starring Glenn Close and Sally Field. George would like to see Firestorm, but due to his recent engagement with Susan Ross, he is forced to see this instead. (Season 7 episode The Engagement)
    • My Baby Is An Ugly Man
        • Rainier Wolfcastle carries Homer home from his estate sale in a giant Snugli that he used to carry Rob Schneider in his movie My Baby is an Ugly Man. (Season 14 episode The Strong Arms of the Ma)
    • My Dinner With Julius LaRosa
        • Diane plays charades to kickstart Norm's party, she starts with My Dinner With Andre. The crowd doesn't go for it though and when Coach guesses "Julius LaRosa" she gives up and tells him that's what it was (Season 1 episode 7)
    • My Little Chickadee
        • Film poster on Howard's apartment wall in Duckworld, starring Mae Nest and W.C. Fowls.
    • New Dick City
        • Girl Adam makes out with: "I'm female to male transgender, so I haven't gotten my boobs removed yet, but downstairs, it's New Dick City." Adam: "New Dick City? New Jack City. I love that movie, but I don't know if I would see new dick city as a film." (Season 4 episode Three and a Half Men)
    • The Night the Reindeer Died
        • Christmas TV programming: movie starring Lee Majors.

    • Nighthawk V. Hyperion: Yawn Of Boredom
        • In issue #6, our two heroes are shown walking out of a movie, the name of which is obviously a poke at Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice.
    • No More Steak For Me Ever
        • Fake movie, joke Guard Falzon makes when Cyrus the Virus asks him what the inflight movie is: Well, I think you'll like it, Cyrus. It's called I'll Never Make Love To A Woman On The Beach Again. And it's preceded by the award-winning short, No More Steak For Me Ever.
    • Noch Einen Stuhl
        • One of Frasier's favorite films. It's the story of a 19th-century Austrian family as told from the point of view of an old fireside armchair. (Season 10 episode A New Position for Roz)
    • The Ocean Walker
        • When Maeby works on a script with man in L.A. and his girlfriend in Tokyo and she tried to figure out how to get them together, Rita suggests having them walk. (Season 3)
    • Oedipussy
        • One of the films that Sam directed in the 1970s, one of his early works. (Season 1 episode The Wrath of Kuntar)
    • Off With His Head
        • The all new mini-series about the French Revolution, the story of the Marquis de Knable, an enemy of the people, who tries to escape the guillotine by wearing a disguise. It's an epic drama of love, danger, and cross-dressing.
    • Oh, Rebecca
        • Cheesy romantic comedy starring Simon Williams/Wonder Man (portrayed by Nathan Fillion) from a Nathan Fillion cameo scene that ended up on the cutting room floor - director James Gunn had originally planned a small flash to earth with a theater playing a "Simon Williams Film Festival," with six Simon Williams movie posters outside (a run of B movies).
    • On His Or Her Majesty's Secret Service
        • Movie - a politically correct version of James Bond (Season 2 episode A Song for Margo)
    • Operation Kandahar
        • A fake movie starring John Cusack playing at the movie theater.
    • An Ordinary Day
        • Film directed by Lurlene Clewman about a couple that moves into a time machine and is becoming inescapably younger. (from Original Soundtracks 1, U2's side project under the pseudonym Passengers. The album is supposedly a collection of songs written for movies, but most of the movies listed in the liner notes are not actual movies.)
    • The Other Side of Darkness
        • A direct-to-video release about a female coma victim and her husband, played by Eric Roberts. The film is longer than two hours and concludes with the coma victim regaining consciousness. (Season 8 episode The Comeback)
    • Our Pilgrim Fathers
        • Greg's short film for school chronicling the Pilgrims' journey from England on the Mayflower and the establishment of Plymouth Colony in 1620.
    • Over There
        • Joey stars in a World War I epic movie, and takes Chandler to the premier. (Season 8 episode The One Where Rachel is Late)
    • The Pain And The Yearning
        • Fictitious film about an old woman experiencing pain and yearning, one of Vincent's Picks at Champagne Video. (Season 8 episode The Comeback)
    • The Passion of Cain and Abel
        • Ned Flanders' religious film, starring his sons Rod and Todd. (Season 16 episode Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass)
    • Paterfamilias
        • Screenplay by Sam Sylvia. (Season 3 episode Say Yes)
    • Pavement, Bloody Pavement
        • Traffic film Antonio mentions watching at driving school (Season 4 episode I've Got a Secret)
    • Pawn
        • Charlie and Alan run into Judith - and her date - at the movies when they go to see Captivated by Solitude. Other movies playing at the theater include Death Fist 4, Hardball, Beyond, Cybort, Jolly Good Fellow and Pawn. (Season 1 episode Alan Harper, Frontier Chiropractor)
    • Penalties Of Promise
        • David Wain's second feature film and never finished prison epic from Season 5 episode 12 My Friend Falcon, starring Just Falcon and Cutter Spindell.
    • The Persnickety Adventures Of Dr. Fussbucket
        • Superhero movie starring Leslie Jordan (Season 2 episode 7 Pin Cushion)
    • Pig Hero 6
        • One of the pirated DVDs that Duke Weaselton is selling. Zootopia version of Big Hero 6.
    • Pinnitchy-O
        • Roger Meyer's next full length feature after Scratchtasia, mentioned in The Roger Meyers Story, the biographical film about the genius behind Itchy & Scratchy, shown in Itchy & Scratchy Land. Parody of Pinocchio. (Season 6 episode Itchy & Scratchy Land)
    • The Pitfall Gamble
        • Old movie for which Wray's landlord performed stunts (Season 2 episode 3 Them's the Breaks)
    • Plans, Trans, A Man, A Canal, Panama
        • Transgender Teddy Roosevelt Planes, Trains and Automobiles reboot (Season 4 episode See Mr. Peanutbutter Run)
    • Play It Again, Bob
        • Woody Allen (Rick Moranis) tries to get Bob Hope (Dave Thomas) to star in his next film.
    • Poison Kisses
        • Fictional old black and white movie (from Chris Gaines album liner notes, discussing the inspiration for the song "Lost in You"): Digging for Gold: I love old movies. I had a couple of days off in Berlin and and the only American television they had was these old black and white movies. I slept all day and watched movies all night. I'm a huge Carol Wells fan and the last night there I watched Poison Kisses. Now, I've seen this movie a thousand times, but this time when Hax Horton dumps her at the end, I could not get this guitar riff out of my head. And when he asks her, "Do you love me darling, or are you just digging for gold?" I couldn't write the words down fast enough.
    • Police Justice
        • Abed's screenplay. First seen in season 5 episode 9 when Abed shows it to Buzz. Then in season 6, episode 8 it's the unfinished movie Abed was going to make with Ben Chang before it becomes Chief Starr And The Raiders Of The Galaxy.
    • Ponce De Leon
        • Movie the gang discusses maybe seeing, but what they really want to see is Prognosis Negative. (Season 3 episode The Dog) Movie that George mentions. (Season 4 episode The Movie)
    • Popcorn
        • Jeff Koons' first film in 1978, director of Elvis Ate America. (from Original Soundtracks 1, U2's side project under the pseudonym Passengers. The album is supposedly a collection of songs written for movies, but most of the movies listed in the liner notes are not actual movies.)
    • Portraits Of A Prostitute / Secrets Of A Call Girl
        • Movie Michael mentions (Season 2 episode The Secret). Michael: "I was watching Cinemax last weekend, this movie. Portrait of a Prostitute, or something. Secrets of a Call More Secrets of a Call Girl. And the lead character Shyla is framed for murder, goes on the run, and winds up working at a bordello in Malibu. I don't I don't wanna live like that."
    • Preacher With A Shovel
        • Movie Bart and Lisa watch on TV, starring Troy McClure and Delores Montenegro. (Season 3 episode Mr. Lisa Goes to Washington)
    • The President's Neck Is Missing
        • Hello everybody, I'm Troy McClure, star of such films as "P" is for Psycho and The President's Neck is Missing. (Season 4 episode Marge in Chains)
    • Primary Urges
        • One of the other four films from which a best actor was nominated, alongside Cameron Drake in To Serve And Protect.
    • Princess Rock Star
        • Movie Homer takes Lisa to see to apologize for ruining her homemade Father’s Day gift. “With Eugene Levy as The King” (Season 17 episode See Homer Run)
    • Private Surfboard
        • Movie starring Frankie Avalon, poster on Patty & Selma's bedroom wall in flashback scene. (Season 2 episode Three Men and a Comic Book)
    • Prognosis Negative
        • Movie that Elaine wants to see with Jerry, but Jerry ends up seeing with George. (Season 3 episode The Dog) Name originally from a screenplay that Larry David wrote about a man who receives a negative result on a medical test, which he mistakenly believes to be bad.
    • Program Lamarr 3594
        • John's simulator program to teach Gordon how to pick up women. (Season 2 episode Ja'loja)
    • The Psychedelic Soldier
        • The original script written by John Milius in 1969 was known as The Psychedelic Soldier.
    • Put The Fun in Dysfunction
        • The Coronet movie theater is shown in present day Westview featuring the fictional movies Tannhauser Gate and Put the Fun in Dysfunction. Following Wanda's transformation, the movies featured are real - Kidnapped from 1959, and Big Red from 1962. (Season 1 episode Previously On)
    • Queen’s Boulevard
        • New movie on Netflix. "We even made all the fake movies from Entourage." (Season 44 episode 7 Host Claire Foy January 19, 2019 - Netflix Commercial)
        • Narrator: "This holiday season give the gift of NETFLIX and enjoy streaming shows like Stranger Things, The Crown, and Making a Murder. And in 2019 we’ll have even more programming to choose from because we’ve gone crazy!"
    • Quizblorg Quizblorg
        • Episode Raging Bender. The gang goes to the movie theater and debates which movie to see. Amy refuses to see this one, stating that alien films are so pretentious.
    • Rancho del Rio
        • A "fine Buddy Ackerman film" that Guy mentions over drinks with Dawn, movie that came out the summer he got his first car.
    • Ready, Aim… Marry Me!
        • Movie - a "Bullet" solo feature, one of the stars of Uncle Jack's radio and then serial, Red McGibbon and Bullet: Nazi Hunters (Season 2)
    • Real Life
        • Dawn's film pitch to Buddy, what she describes as an important film for the 18-to-25ers, a redeeming film. What Buddy describes as too dark, depressing, and dull. Not what people want to see.
    • Red McGibbon And Bullet: Nazi Hunters (Film)
        • Jack Dorso, also known as "Uncle Jack", first achieved success in the 40s, as a costar of the radio and then film serial, Red McGibbon and Bullet: Nazi Hunters.
    • The Revenge of Abe Lincoln
        • Hi, I'm Troy McClure. You may remember me from such films as The Revenge of Abe Lincoln and The Wackiest Covered Wagon in the West. (Season 3 episode Bart the Murderer)
    • Ride The Clouds
        • Movie about a gay guy (played by Martin Weir) that climbed Mount Whitney.
    • Riding Tide
        • Superhero movie starring The Deep. (Season 1 episode The Name of the Game)
    • Rikki-Tikki-Tavi
        • JCVD's agent offers him a role in the action reimagining of Rikki-Tikki-Tavi at Paramount, also starring Channing Tatum. (Pilot episode)
    • Roger Corman's Titanic
        • Film featured on the anthology series Thousand Dollar Movie. (Season 10 episode Mayored to the Mob)
    • Sack Lunch
        • Family comedy movie Elaine wants to see instead of The English Patient. (Season 8 episode The English Patient)
    • Sam Spade Gets Spayed
        • ALF: "In my quest for stardom, I was screen tested for roles too numerous to mention. Ok, i'll mention them. For example I did not get the role of Obi-Wan Kenobi In the movie Star Wars. I did not get the lead in the F.D.R. Story. But I did get called back twice for the role of Eleanor. And i lost out to McGruff the crime dog for the lead in Sam Spade Gets Spayed. (Season 3 episode Tonight, Tonight)
    • Samurai Theater
        • Japanese movie Joe puts on to cheer Brian up (Season 2 episode Love Means Never Having to Say Geronimo)
    • Samurai Without A Name
        • Japanese movie Brian brings home to watch when Joe and Helen want the place to themselves (Season 2 episode Love Means Never Having to Say Geronimo)
    • San Quentin Blues
        • One of Ginger's movies in which the prisoners make so much noise a guard opens the door. Gilligan saw it four times. (episode Gilligan Goes Gung-Ho)
    • Sappy Pappies
        • 
Fictional Three Stooges short that Kramer's L.A. neighbor Helena claims to have had a small part in, as Mr. Sugarman's secretary. (Season 4 episode The Trip)
    • Satan's Alley
        • In a time where to be different was to be condemned, and to be condemned was to die, one man chose to question his god. Starring Five time Academy Award winner Kirk Lazarus and MTV Movie Award Best Kiss winner Tobey Maguire.
    • Savoy
        • Movie theater playing Battle Hymn in the mysterious little town of Oakwood, where astronaut Sgt. Mike Ferris frantically searches for another human being. (Season 1 episode Where is Everybody?)
    • Scalding Pig
        • Torchy's advertised their Tacos of the Month for August 2018 as blockbuster films, complete with movie posters on their website: Barn Burner, The Creeper, Bottle Rocket Shrimp and Scalding Pig.
    • Scarsdale Surprise
        • Broadway show featuring Raquel Welch that wins a Tony Award. (Season 8 episode The Summer of George)
    • The Scathing Of China
        • Film of the buggers that everyone had to see at least once a year: "Death and suffering and terror"
    • Schenectady
        • Film starring Jerry Lewis in a dramatic role, like Tom Hanks in Philadelphia. (Season 1 episode Uneasy Rider)
    • Scratchtasia
        • The full length musical by Roger Meyers, mentioned in The Roger Meyers Story, the biographical film about the genius behind Itchy & Scratchy, shown in Itchy & Scratchy Land. Parody of Fantasia. (Season 6 episode Itchy & Scratchy Land)
    • Secretariat (film)
        • Movie BoJacks wants lead role in episode The Telescope - role was between him and Val Kilmer, but it went into turnaround and never got made.
        • Presented in "Feel-Around", where an usher stands behind each movie patron and does things to them as they occur in the film.
        • Poster in Ophelia's apartment. "Directed by William Wyler and starring Laurence Olivier, Merle Oberon and David Niven" "L'un des 10 meilleurs Films du Monde" (One of the 10 Best Movies in the World)
        • Poster on a subway station. Starring Dan Aykroyd, Sybil Danning, Jamie Lee Curtis, Moe Howard, and James Brown.
        • The music video for the song "Hollywood" features a movie theater showing the movie "See You Next Wednesday"
        • An email found on Paul Denton's computer contains a notice from a movie rental company mentioning the movies See You Next Wednesday and Blue Harvest.
    • Seoul Plane
        • After it was reported that Donald Trump offered Kim Jong-un a ride home on Air Force One, Jimmy suggests the premise would make a great buddy movie. (Episode 2/23/2021)
    • The Shadows Of Seven Heads
        • The dramatic tale of an Israeli soldier who falls in love with conjoined Palestinian sextuplets, out soon from Focus Features. (Season 5 episode Pawnee Commons)
    • Shattered, Fatal, Broken Promises
        • Movie Antonio says he's going to watch when he's depressed (Season 8 episode House of Blues)
    • Shenani-Goats
        • Homer gets impatient with all of the previews while The Simpsons wait to watch Shenani-Goats at Springfield Googolplex Theatres. (Season 13 episode Jaws Wired Shut)
    • Show Me the Way to Go Home
        • Movie that Truman watches on TV as part of the Golden Oldies program. The enduring, much-loved classic movie. A hymn of praise to small-town life, where we learn that you don't have to leave home to discover what the world's all about, and that no one is poor who has friends. Full of laughter and love, pain and sadness, but ultimately redemption, we share the trials and tribulations of the Abbott family.
    • Shutter Speed
        • Joey's new movie that's filming out in the desert outside Las Vegas that gets shut down. (Season 5 episode The One With Joey's Big Break)
    • Simple Crush
        • Movie poster on the wall in the Stars & tykes Talent Agency office. (Season 1 episode AKA Top Shelf Perverts)
    • Simple Jack
        • Tugg's box office bomb. "The story of a mindless idiots who has the power to talk to the animals that live on the family farm in chronicles his rise from a half-wit inbred moron to a no-wit jackass at the exciting conclusion."
        • Never go full retard.
        • "You m-m-m-mmm-m-make me happy."
    • Sing a Song of Sing Sing
        • One of Ginger's movies in which 
the inmates stage a fight in order to escape. Gilligan saw it three times. (episode Gilligan Goes Gung-Ho)
    • Siskel & Ebert: The Movie
        • Movie playing at the Aztec Theater. "Two Thumbs Up" - Siskel & Ebert. (Season 5 episode Burns' Heir)
    • Sister Night: The Nun with The Motherf!*@ing Gun!
        • VHS tape in the video rental store that a young Angela visits in Vietnam. (Season 1 episode An Almost Religious Awe)
    • Sisters And Brother
        • Movie of the week about three nuns out in the desert with an escaped con artist rapist psycho.
    • Six Brides For Seven Brothers
        • Movie starring famous movie cowboy Buck McCoy. (Season 13 episode The Latest Gun in the West)
    • Six Candles
        • Starring Jeff and Britta - Abed's film about his parents from season 1 episode 3.
    • Sleeping with Pinocchio
        • Movie starring Ned's new girlfriend Sara Sloane that Marge mentions when Ned and Sara come over for dinner. (Season 14 episode A Star is Born-Again)
    • Slug
        • Film directed by Van Keineken, director of Breaking Glass. (from Original Soundtracks 1, U2's side project under the pseudonym Passengers. The album is supposedly a collection of songs written for movies, but most of the movies listed in the liner notes are not actual movies.)
    • Snowball In Hell
        • One of the other four films from which a best actor was nominated, alongside Cameron Drake in To Serve And Protect.
    • Soccer Mummy
        • Movie starring Ed O'Neill as a soccer-playing mummy - movie trailer that plays before the movie Shenani-Goats at Springfield Googolplex Theatres. (Season 13 episode Jaws Wired Shut)
    • Something's In The Air
        • Romantic comedy mentioned on the poster for "Oh, Rebecca", another cheesy romantic comedy starring Simon Williams/Wonder Man (portrayed by Nathan Fillion).
    • Stage Door Yanni
        • Film featuring ALF's favorite actress Louise Beaumont as a swedish bombshell (Season 4 episode When I'm Sixty-Four)
    • The Stinger
        • Michael claims there's a movie called The Stinger with Paul Newman and Robert Redford as bank robbers, mixing up The Sting and Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. (Season 7 episode The Sting)
    • The Stockholm Affair
        • Taut political thriller that Homer, Marge and Maggie see at the Springfield Googolplex Theatre. (Season 3 episode Colonel Homer)
    • Strangers Under A Train
        • One of the movies on the theater marquee when the gang speeds by in the trolley when Michael makes the philosophical thought experiment known as the "The Trolley Problem" real - a tribute to the Alfred Hitchcock film Strangers on a Train (Season 2 episode The Trolley Problem)
    • Straw God
        • One of Viktor's old films that Simone's creator Hank Aleno mentions when he surprises Viktor on the studio lot.
    • Streepin' It Real
        • Jennifer Lawrence's new movie in the future - Meryl Streep biopic - mentioned on The Daily Show With Jessica Williams.
    • Street Ball
        • Movie script sent to Will Smith's son Jaden. (Season 1 episode Gay Marriage Legalized)
    • Summer With Waldo
        • Movie poster on the wall in the Stars & tykes Talent Agency office. (Season 1 episode AKA Top Shelf Perverts)
    • Sunrise, Sunset
        • Simone's debut film, directed by Viktor Taransky.
    • The Swan
        • Film by Mamat, a metaphor for the metamorphosis of rural society in Hungary under the collective farm regime. (from Original Soundtracks 1, U2's side project under the pseudonym Passengers. The album is supposedly a collection of songs written for movies, but most of the movies listed in the liner notes are not actual movies.)
    • Swan: the Movie
        • Recurring character Ms. Swan becomes the subject of a new movie starring Susan Sarandon and Dennis Hopper.
    • Tag (film)
        • Movie based on the game Tag that Todd and Mr. Peanutbutter paid a bunch of kindergartners for the rights, bankrupting their company, P.B. Livin'. Tagline: "In a world of people running away, one man is it"
    • Tales of The Old Testament
        • Ned Flanders' religious movie Tales of the Old Testament plays at the Aztec Theater. Running time 800 minutes. (Season 16 episode Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass)
    • Tame The Mighty Hudson
        • Movie playing at the Aztec Theater in Springfield flashback. (Season 5 episode $pringfield Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Legalized Gambling)
    • Tango de la Muerte
        • Marge and Lisa watch the new movie Tango de la Muerte at Springfield Cinema at Springfield Mall, about a man looking for a beautiful dance partner, choosing a woman named Lisabella. They dance together and win the dance competition. Marge mentions that she's been dying to see it, and Lisa mentions that it got rave reviews from both the Entertainment Radio Network and the Radio Entertainment Network. (Season 11 episode Last Tap Dance in Springfield)
    • The Tea Cozy
        • Movie Jay reviews on his show: "So run don't mosey to The Tea Cozy - It really hits the spot" (Season 1 episode A Little Deb Will Do Ya)
    • Teen Copz The Movie
        • Movie poster on Emmet's wall, reference to 21 Jump Street, also directed by Phil Lord and Chris Miller.

    • Teenage Sex Wager Vs. Boner Academy
        • Movie poster outside the Aztec theater at the premier of Cosmic Wars: The Gathering Shadow. (Season 15 episode Co-Dependents' Day)
    • Terminal Beauty 2
        • Superhero movie featuring A-Train's girlfriend Popclaw and Billy Zane. (Season 1 episode Good for the Soul)
    • Terminal Beauty 3
        • Superhero movie featuring A-Train's girlfriend Popclaw. (Season 1 episode Get Some)
    • The Termizor: An Erotic Thriller
        • Homer's screenplay, about a killer robot driving instructor who travels back in time for some reason. Ron Howard's attached to direct. Well, he expressed an interest. (Season 10 episode When You Dish Upon a Star)
    • The Texas Rangers Ride Again
        • Movie starring famous movie cowboy Buck McCoy. (Season 13 episode The Latest Gun in the West)
    • That Night Over England
        • Movie on the shelf at the VHS Village video rental store. (Season 3 episode Saturdays of Thunder)
    • That's Enter-Chang-Ment
        • Feature available on Greendale Campus Television in episode Pillows and Blankets.
    • They Came To Burgle Carnegie Hall
        • Movie Troy McClure mentions when introducing himself: "I'm Troy McClure. You may remember me from such films as The Greatest Story Ever Hula'd and They Came to Burgle Carnegie Hall." (Season 7 episode A Fish Called Selma)
    • They're Always Watching You
        • Fake movie starring undercover FBI agent Sean Gibson. Brian tracks down several undercover FBI agents after their clover is blown. A Fake movie poster pops up for each one when he explains how he found them in episode Undercover!
    • The Third Twin
        • Forty's short film that he wrote and directed. (Season 2 episode What Are Friends For?)
    • A Thoroughly Polite Dust-up
        • Title of movie Maeby won't put Jamie Kennedy in even after he buys her the fake nose that Nicole Kidman wore in The Hours at an auction (Season 3)
    • Threat Level Midnight
        • Michael's screenplay/movie featuring secret agent Michael Scarn. (mentioned in Season 2 episode The Client, seen in full in Season 7 episode Threat Level Midnight)
    • Thrill Killers
        • From the original Pulp Fiction screenplay. The title of a movie about the lives of Mickey and Mallory knox. The fictional Natural Born Killers.
    • Thunder Gun 4: Maximum Cool
        • New movie, latest entry in the Thunder Gun action adventure film series that the gang is selected for a focus group. (Season 14 episode Thunder Gun 4: Maximum Cool)
    • Thunder Gun 5
        • Future entry in the Thunder Gun action adventure film series that Dennis mentions during the Thunder Gun 4 focus group. (Season 14 episode Thunder Gun 4: Maximum Cool)
    • Thunder Gun Express
        • The biggest movie in America. It's about this warrior from a post-apocalyptic underground society who has to travel back in time to save his lover from an evil robot army. "No hesitation. No surrender. No man left behind!" (Season 7 episode Thunder Gun Express)
    • Thunder Gun Express: The Unrated Director's Cut
        • Alternate unrated version of the blockbuster movie, featuring 13 extra minutes of movie, including four extra seconds dedicated solely to the dong shot. (Season 9 episode The Gang Squashes Their Beefs)
    • To Serve And Protect
        • The film Cameron Drake wins an Oscar for by portraying a gay soldier.
    • Today We Kill, Tomorrow We Die
        • I'm Troy McClure. You might remember me from such films as Today We Kill, Tomorrow We Die and Gladys, the Groovy Mule. (Season 3 episode Homer Alone)
    • Too Many Grandmas!
        • Movie starring Olympia Dukakis and Bo Derek, playing at the Aztec Theater, where Homer and Mr. Burns' son Larry hide out from the police. (Season 8 episode Burns, Baby Burns)
    • Too Many Premises!
        • Movie playing at Springfield Googolplex Theatres when the Simpsons watch Shenani-Goats. (Season 13 episode Jaws Wired Shut)
    • Total Fish And Bollocks
        • Movie script by Robert toal.
    • Tourista
        • End credits promised a nonexistent sequel to the movie: "Palmer and Eddie will be back in Tourista, Coming Soon!"
    • The Towering Infidel
        • Film played at "The Mother of All Film Festivals" in Baghdad during the Gulf War (Season 2 episode Sherman of Arabia)
    • Translucent: Invisible Force 2
        • Superhero movie starring Translucent. (Season 1 episode The Name of the Game) Movie Seth Rogen remembers after Translucent's death in an interview clip. (Season 2 episode The Big Ride)
    • Tropic Blunder
        • Movie eventually cobbled together from hidden camera footage that finally wins Tugg his first academy award.
    • Tropic Thunder (movie)
        • The film adaptation of Vietnam veteran Staff Sergeant John "Four Leaf" Tayback's (Nick Nolte) memoir.
    • Truckasaurus: The Movie
        • Movie trailer that Homer watches on TV, starring Marlon Brando as the voice of John Truckasaurus. Celebrity voice impersonated. (Season 4 episode Marge vs. The Monorail)
    • Trunky: The Brave Little Elephant (Special Safari Edition)
        • Children's VHS tape in the video rental store that a young Angela visits in Vietnam. (Season 1 episode An Almost Religious Awe)
    • Trust in The Law
        • Old movie about a hooded lawman that Will Reeves watched as a child, and then later became the first masked adventurer Hooded Justice. (Season 1 episode This Extraordinary Being)
    • Tua Madre Ha Le Spalle Pelose
        • Movie title that translates as "Your mother has a hairy back" (Season 1 episode L.A. Jay)
    • Tusky: The Brave Little Elephant (Special Safari Edition)
        • Children's VHS tape in the video rental store that a young Angela visits in Vietnam. (Season 1 episode An Almost Religious Awe)
    • Underworld Figures (movie)
        • Movie based on the novel by Reg Thorpe. (story The Ballad of the Flexible Bullet)
    • United Colors of Plutonium
        • Horror comedy about an advertising executive that falls asleep on a bullet train. (from Original Soundtracks 1, U2's side project under the pseudonym Passengers. The album is supposedly a collection of songs written for movies, but most of the movies listed in the liner notes are not actual movies.)
    • Universo
        • One of the movie posters on the wall of Professor Garrity's classroom during his "Nicolas Cage - Good or Bad?" class that Abed takes in season 5 episode 2.
    • Uprize
        • Biopic about Haitian Revolution figure Dutty Boukman starring Andre Allen.
    • Velocite
        • A film by Jean Antoine Labridge, from the music video for the song Riptide... "There's this movie that I think you'll like, this guy decides to quit his job and heads to New York City..."
    • Venus In Chains
        • One of the films that Sam directed in the 1970s, one of his early works. (Season 1 episode The Wrath of Kuntar)
    • The Verdict Was Mail Fraud
        • Movie that news anchorman mentions when reporting on Troy's comeback: "We may remember Troy from such films as The Verdict was Mail Fraud and Leper in the Back Field". (Season 7 episode A Fish Called Selma)
    • The Wackiest Covered Wagon in the West
        • Hi, I'm Troy McClure. You may remember me from such films as The Revenge of Abe Lincoln and The Wackiest Covered Wagon in the West. (Season 3 episode Bart the Murderer)
    • Weapon Of Choice
        • New James Bond movie that exists after the gang meets Ian Fleming in the past.
    • Wedgie: The Movie
        • Movie playing at Springfield Googolplex Theatres when the Simpsons watch Shenani-Goats. (Season 13 episode Jaws Wired Shut)
    • The Wild Dingleberries Movie
        • The movie version of a cartoon family you can see for free on TV, but they stretched out the plot and added a wildebeest from the hood. Rugrats parody. Movie playing at Springfield Googolplex Theatres. (Season 15 episode The Ziff Who Came to Dinner)
    • The Wild Women Of Chastity Gulch
        • TV movie on K-DTV's programming board (Season 1 episode The Liberal Chokehold)
    • William Shatner vs. the World Crime League
        • Fake film mentioned during the credits... Coming Soon: The Artist Formerly Known as Shatner in "William Shatner vs. the World Crime League"
    • A Wolf Knocks Once
        • One of the films that Sam directed in the 1970s. There's a poster in Sam's office at the gym.
    • The Woman Who Died in Her Home
        • Dr. Hibbert diagnoses Marge with agoraphobia and gives her a copy of the Lifetime Channel movie The Woman Who Died in her Home. (Season 14 episode The Strong Arms of the Ma)
    • You Just Don't Exist
        • Movie starring Lucas Lee (Chris Evans). Tag line: Cole Hazard just got a call saying he has 89 minutes to live... From himself.
    • The Zookeeper's Wife
        • Movie star and Ned's new girlfriend Sara Sloane's new movie that she's filming in Springfield. Ned interrupts filming when Sara and her co-star get hot and heavy: "Whoa - This movie's turning into SpongeBob No-Pants!" (Season 14 episode A Star is Born-Again)

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