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  ALIENS AMONG US
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Alien
(1) Near the outer rim of the solar system. (2) If the crew refused to investigate the transmission signal, the penalty would have been a total forfeiture of their shares. (3) His constant use of the word, "Right." (4) Organism (5) Protean polysaccharides

(6) Parker suggested freezing Kane, not the facehugger, so the correct answer is, "No one."
(7) Morality (8) The color of its blood. (9) Ripley wanted to know if he had any information that could help her kill the creature. (10) The last seventeen minutes of the film had almost no dialogue.


Alien: Resurrection
It was assumed that they were inherited and passed down generationally at a genetic level by the aliens, like its strength. They also came from a highly-evolved form of instinct, which according to Dr. Gediman (Brad Dourif), was "An unexpected benefit from the genetic crossing."
 
Unless you're a zombie or some carnivorous monstrosity that feeds on Hypothalamus glands. If you know anything about evolutionary biology, you know why Dr. Green's (Penelope Ann Miller) initial idea to kill the creature in The Relic would have worked. Of course, we're assuming you don't.
Put your knowledge of all-things that creep, slither and crawl to the test with the only movie monster survival guide/quiz book of its kind.

What will you do when they come for you?
Live and learn. Learn and live!
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Lights, Camera, Trivia
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Full quiz available in volume 1 of Lights, Camera, Trivia
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2. There was a clause in the crew's contract that forbid them from ignoring any systematized transmission that indicated a possible intelligent origin, but that wasn't the only reason why the ship re-routed its course. The other?

3. Let's say Ripley (Sigourney Weaver) gave Parker (Yaphet Kotto) a chance to double his share of the bonus through some sort of bet. "The bet," she says, "Involves Brett (Harry Dean Stanton) and something he keeps saying to you that you're probably not even aware of. I'll even give you three guesses. What is it?"

4. When Ripley asked Dallas (Tom Skeritt) for a clear definition of the creature that attached itself to Kane's (John Hurt) face in the egg chamber, he told her it was an ACIMNORS and left it at that. Unscramble the underlined word.
In space, no one can hear you scream. Says who? Someone might if you had the lungs to drown out the roar of the Nostromo's engines. We say that because that's exactly what was heard in the first exterior shot. Where was the ship when the crew woke up from hyper-sleep?
Ridley Scott, 1979
In Freud's initial work on the theory of neuroses, memories were pathogenic reminiscences of traumatic seduction. If that's true, how would it apply to a clone? Would one even have memories? Ripley's (Sigourney Weaver) did. Where did they come from?
Alien: Resurrection
Jean-Pierre Jeunet, 1997
5. Here's the first thing you should know about face-huggers; they bleed acid! Ash (Ian Holm) found that out the hard way when he tried to remove the creature from Kane's face. What was the alien's outer-layer comprised of?

6. How do you kill a creature that bleeds acid? You could incinerate it, but not if it were attached to someone's face. Who suggested freezing the alien in the chapter entitled Facehugger?

7. You know what we loved about the creature? Everything! Ash admired its purity. It was a survivor unclouded by conscience, remorse, and delusions of what?

8. Let's say you were given the task of designing a superior version of the android that was placed aboard the Nostromo. If you wanted to make it more human, you'd start here so
no one would suspect otherwise if it sustained an injury. What modification are we referring to?

9. Can an android function without its head? Ash could to some degree. Why was he brought back online before he was terminated for good?

10. If you're not familiar with how this next (and last) question works, we provide an excerpt from one of the film's feature commentaries. Your task is to identify the scene (or, as is the case here, the reference) based on that excerpt. It's that simple.


Sigourney Weaver: "I loved that part of it. I loved the character and just doing it all with images because I think it emphasized her loneliness (and) her isolation."