Whatever you're doing right now, take a three-minute break and watch this opening couch gag for The Simpsons' upcoming Halloween episode 'Treehouse of Horror XXIV'.
It's directed by none other than Hellboy and Pan's Labyrinth mastermind Guillermo del Toro, and stuffed to the rafters with references to not only the Mexican filmmaker's back catalogue, but to classic horror films and literature of years past.
Digital Spy ran through del Toro's epic opener - finger hovering over pause - to pick out some of the highlights from the clip. If you spot more, please leave them in the comments section below!
Pacific Rim - 00:13
As soldiers blast away at a horde of zombies trying to get into Springfield, a Jaeger and Kaiju - from GDT's latest movie - battle it out in front of the Duff factory.
The 7th Voyage Of Sinbad - 00:25
Even in the form of Ray Harryhausen Cyclops, Chief Wiggum still has an insatiable appetite for donuts - albeit a giant metal Lard Lad version.
The Birds - 00:30
Alfred Hitchcock swaps Tippi Hedren for Mrs Krabappel in this nod to the British director's classic '60s horror.
The Shining - 00:40
Bart's blackboard punishment phrase is the same as the one a deranged Jack Torrance scribbles out in Stanley Kubrick's film. There's even a place for Shining author Stephen King, who famously hates the Kubrick adaptation.
Hellboy - 00:46
Groundskeeper Willie channels Ron Perlman as he faces off against Kroenen. It's a match made in hell(boy).
Blade II - 00:53
Homer's exposure to a nuclear isotope turns him into a reaper, but never fear because Karl becomes Marvel's vampire/human antihero Blade to save the day.
Pan's Labyrinth - 01:12
Deep below the nuclear power plant Mr Burns is the creepy Pale Man from Pan's Labyrinth, with Smithers floating fairy-like (we wonder why that is?!) around him to clean his eyes. According to del Toro, this moment "defined the relationship between Burns and Smithers perfectly".
Cthulhu - 01:38
Del Toro has never made a Cthulhu movie, but fans of his work will be well aware of the inspiration he takes from HP Lovecraft's mythic monsters. The filmmaker is still keen to turn At the Mountains of Madness into a big budget feature, but until that happens we'll have to make do with this.
Universal Monsters - 01:52
The residents of Springfield flee in fear from Frankenstein, The Wolfman, Dracula and The Mummy. Look out for the Invisible Man, lagging behind at the back!
Lost in Space, Nosferatu, The Fly and more! - 02:07
Did you notice Gort, the robot from The Day the Earth Stood Still, blasting his laser at a stone inscribed with Alfred Hitchcock's famous silhouette?
The Devil's Backbone - 02:18
Homer takes his seat on the family's well-worn couch as the apparition from del Toro's 2001 horror. And is that a Mimic reference with Marge?
How many more movie references can you spot? Leave them in the comments below!