1. Bingo World is one of the magazines Matilda reads as a young child. Another appears to be called The Complete Guide to Selling Things Nobody Wants.
2. Books Matilda took out from the library included Dickens' The Pickwick Papers and Hemingway's For Whom the Bell Tolls.
3. The Wormwoods' alarm clock is decorated with dice.
4. You can see the reflection of a porcelain tiger in the toaster in this shot.
5. The Wormwoods' kitchen whiteboard includes the note: "Call psychic hotline today!"
6. Mrs. Wormwood wears sunglasses when she watches TV...in the dark.
7. There's a picture taped up on Matilda's wall that says "lost child."
8. Although you can't clearly make it out, the blue and yellow license plate might suggest that the setting is in California.
9. Mrs. Wormwood drinks her beer with a straw.
10. There's a sign in Miss Trunchbull's office reading "Thou Shalt Not Kill."
11. The Wormwoods have the letter W worked into their railing.
12. There's a bag reading "I <3 Bingo" in the kitchen — a tribute to Mrs. Wormwood's obsession with the game.
13. The school rules on one side of the classroom include "no praying" and "no fun."
14. Another sign reads "student's duties," which includes "animals in cages."
15. Further proof that Miss Trunchbull is highly superstitious? The rabbit foot on her keychain.
16. Remember this guy — one of the FBI agents? It's Pee-Wee!
17. In one scene, Matilda's brother wears a shirt for the heavy metal band Judas Preist
18. As the Trunchbull gets chased out of the school, we briefly see the cook eating and watching the whole thing go down.
19. Lissy Doll turns out to look a lot like Matilda, especially when we see Matilda's nearly matching outfit in one of the final scenes.
Pink ribbon and dainty floral prints!