During "The Pit and the Pendulum" segment, the hole that forms in the floor of the narrator's cell is in the shape of the deadly blade pendulum.
They all succumb to my prowess. The poor, the weak; the rich, the powerful. Everybody bows before me. I offer you one last chance.
Crow: I don't want my work to be lost forever. My work is eternal. I want that eternity. I want to be sure my words will ...
(around 1h 08 mins) A tombstone giving data for Edgar Allan Poe with birth and death dates is seen; also showing a quote from one of his most famous writings but is misquoted as 'QUOT THE RAVEN "NEVERMORE"'. All publications and references to The Raven have always used the proper verbiage of Quoth instead of quot.
In the opening credits of The Tell Tale Heart, it says: " Inspired by the art of Alberto Breccia". Alberto Breccia is a famous cartoonist, well known for his black-and-white style.