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  ALIENS AMONG US
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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.
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Lights, Camera, Trivia
Imagine being trapped in some godforsaken pyramid with creatures that bleed acid, where your survival depends on the lesser of two evils, and every time you think you've found a way out, the pyramid reconfigures itself. When did the latter become apparent?
Alien vs Predator
(1) After (2) We don't see how anyone could make that argument unless you're comparing the two species to their original look.
(3) One of the aliens became known as Grid after its flesh was scarred by one of the Predators' nets.
(4) The picture that Graeme took of himself for National Geographic magazine. (5) It had mandibles

AVP: Requiem
The body that was skinned alive was Ray's (Chris William Martin), not Buddy's (Kurt Max Runte). How do we know? It didn't have a chest-bursting wound and both of its arms were still intact. So there's no disputing that one. Case closed.
Paul Anderson, 2004
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It didn't take long for the hunters to become the hunted in this film. What surprised us was that Buddy's son (Liam James) also fell victim to one of the creatures. Now, we know what we saw, but some other evidence may have indicated that one of the two was cut down by a Predator. Look for the body and draw your own conclusions.
Alien vs. Predator: Requiem
Colin & Greg Strause, 2007
Before or after the team discovered what was lurking in the shadows?

2. Charles Darwin once wrote, it's not the strongest of the species that survive, or the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change. Could one argue that the Predators' look evolved more than the Aliens' from their respective franchises?

3. If you're not familiar with how this next question works, we provide an excerpt from one of the film's feature commentaries. Your task is to identify the scene based on that excerpt. It's that simple.
Paul Anderson: "This was the only way I could give one of the aliens an identity. He (became) like the alpha dog. You get the feeling that he's kind of leading the other alien children."

4. Picture this scenario: The year is 2104, exactly one hundred years after Weyland's (Lance Henriksen) team perished in the pyramid that became their tomb. After digging through hundreds of feet of ice and debris you find the camera that belonged to Graeme Miller (Ewen Bremmer). The casing is in pretty bad shape, but after some tinkering, the images become clear. What would you see first if they were
viewed in reverse order?

5. The alien that burst through the chest of the Predator that saved Lex's (Sanaa Lathan) life in the film's closing sequence shared at least one physical trait with its host. We won't take any points away if you miss this one, but if it were us, we'd think twice about showing our face at the next convention. How's that for a clue?
More questions, more monsters in The Monster Book of Movie Monster Trivia