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''See also: [[References in Blood|References in Blood]]''  
 
''See also: [[References in Blood|References in Blood]]''  
  
*Designer Bill Buchalter has [[https://iamrealbuilder.tumblr.com/post/635500636710027264/bill-buchalter-interview stated] that parts of the level are inspired by theatre scenes from ''[[:wikipedia:Interview with the Vampire (film)|Interview with the Vampire]]'' (1994).
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*Designer [https://iamrealbuilder.tumblr.com/post/635500636710027264/bill-buchalter-interview Bill Buchalter] has stated that parts of the level are inspired by theatre scenes from ''[[:wikipedia:Interview with the Vampire (film)|Interview with the Vampire]]'' (1994).
 
*The marquee on the opera house reads ''The [[Phantasm|Phantasm]] of the Opera''. This is a reference to the book-cum-musical ''[[:wikipedia:The Phantom of the Opera|The Phantom of the Opera]]''.  
 
*The marquee on the opera house reads ''The [[Phantasm|Phantasm]] of the Opera''. This is a reference to the book-cum-musical ''[[:wikipedia:The Phantom of the Opera|The Phantom of the Opera]]''.  
 
*If you try to use the piano near the entrance of the Opera house, Caleb will utter "Don't play it again, Sam" - a play on the title of the movie ''[[:wikipedia:Play It Again, Sam (film)|Play It Again, Sam]]'' (1972), which in of itself is a play on a [[:wikipedia:Play it again, Sam|famous misquote]] from ''[[:wikipedia:Casablanca (film)|Casablanca]]'' (1942).  
 
*If you try to use the piano near the entrance of the Opera house, Caleb will utter "Don't play it again, Sam" - a play on the title of the movie ''[[:wikipedia:Play It Again, Sam (film)|Play It Again, Sam]]'' (1972), which in of itself is a play on a [[:wikipedia:Play it again, Sam|famous misquote]] from ''[[:wikipedia:Casablanca (film)|Casablanca]]'' (1942).  
*The small café opposite the Opera House offers on the blackboard menu 'Worm Ridden Filth'. This is what [[:wikipedia:Han Solo|Han Solo]] calls [[:wikipedia:Jabba the Hut|Jabba The Hutt]] in ''[[:wikipedia:Return of the Jedi|Return of the Jedi]]'' (1983). The price is $6.66, the [[:wikipedia:Number of the Beast|number of the Beast]] in the [[:wikipedia:Book of Revelations|Book of Revelations]], as famously referenced in ''[[:wikipedia:The Omen|The Omen]]'' (1976).
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*The small café opposite the Opera House offers on the blackboard menu 'Worm Ridden Filth'. This is what [[:wikipedia:Han Solo|Han Solo]] calls [[:wikipedia:Jabba the Hut|Jabba The Hutt]] in ''[[:wikipedia:Return of the Jedi|Return of the Jedi]]''(1983). The price is $6.66, the [[:wikipedia:Number of the Beast|number of the Beast]] in the [[:wikipedia:Book of Revelations|Book of Revelations]], as famously referenced in ''[[:wikipedia:The Omen|The Omen]]'' (1976).
 
*The stage in the opera house is a reference to the minimal stage design of the play ''[[:wikipedia:Waiting for Godot#Setting  |Waiting for Godot]]'' by [[:wikipedia:Samuel Beckett|Samuel Beckett]].
 
*The stage in the opera house is a reference to the minimal stage design of the play ''[[:wikipedia:Waiting for Godot#Setting  |Waiting for Godot]]'' by [[:wikipedia:Samuel Beckett|Samuel Beckett]].
  

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