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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.
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!
Lights, Camera, Trivia
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Let's get this one started with a scenario we'll call Back to the Drawing Board. The year is 1989. A crowd that numbers in the hundreds has gathered in the parking lot of the Hill Valley High School to welcome home its favorite alum - Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox).
His band, The Pinheads, have returned to their old stomping grounds for the last gig on their hugely successful Rock till you Drop tour. Among the familiar faces is Marty's old friend, Dr. Emmett Brown (Christopher Lloyd), who has come bearing gifts; eight amplifiers that dwarf his prototype. Anxious to see how loud they can get, the band plugs in for an impromptu jam that literally blows away the crowd. Fortunately, no one is seriously injured. But there's more than a few shattered eardrums. What would Marty have been referring to if he sarcastically remarked, "How many years is it going to take you to figure out this 'overload' problem, Doc? If you need another hit on the head I'll be more than happy to oblige."

2. When Marty traveled back to the year 1955, he discovered that he had more in common with his father (Crispin Glover) than he thought. One of the similarities was that they both had a fear of rejection. In what way did Mr. Strickland (James Tolkan) think the two were alike?

3. Doc chose November 5, 1955 because that was the day he invented time travel, but that wasn't the invention he was working on
Back to the Future
(1) Doc Brown came up with the idea for the Flux Capacitor after he hit his head. (2) He thought they were both slackers who would never amount to anything. (3) He was working on a device that would enable him to read other people's thoughts. (4) His son (Jason Marin) shouted, "It's already mutated into human form. Shoot it!" (5) The classic Honeymooners episode The Man from Space aired the night he arrived. That meant that he got there on News Years Eve of the same year, not 11/05/55. The Sleepwalker episode aired that night.

(6) Marty got hit when he pushed George out of the way of her father's car. (7) The first place he went was back to his old high school. (8) "My density has popped me to you." (9) He stopped to change his clothes. (10) Wind resistance


Groundhog Day
Sonny and Cher's I Got You Babe
Robert Zemeckis, 1985
Full quiz available in volume 1 of Lights, Camera, Trivia
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What would you do if you were stuck in one place and every day was exactly the same, and nothing that you did mattered? Phil (Bill Murray) never uttered the words, "Oh no, here we go again," but you know that's exactly what he was thinking when he woke up each morning. Pull the plug on the song that remained the same.
Groundhog Day
Harold Ramis, 1993
when he met Marty. He was testing some other contraption. If that one worked, it would have enabled him to do what?

4. Getting back to the future became an afterthought for Marty when he was discovered in the barn. He was lucky to escape with his life. He didn't look like an alien when he removed the mask he was wearing, but that didn't stop Mr. Peabody (Will Hare) from taking a shot at him. Tell us why.

5. Let's say Marty didn't see the newspaper that was dated 11/05/55. There were lots of clues that pointed to what year it was, but only one of those clues indicated the exact day and month. If you need a hint on this one, it appeared somewhere in the Baines' home.

6. Lorraine (Lea Thompson) fell for Marty the same way she fell for George with one exception, that being?

7. Anything that Marty said or did could have had serious repercussions. That was why Doc urged him not to leave his house. The question we want you to answer is; where did he go when he disregarded that advice?

8. Marty wanted George to tell Lorraine that destiny had brought them together.
He even wrote it down, but those weren't the words that came out of his mouth. What did he end up saying to her?

9. If Marty arrived any later than 10:00 p.m. on the night he was sent Back to the Future, he would have been stuck in 1955. As it turned out, he arrived with barely a minute to spare. That was because he stopped to do something that wasn't necessary. Most men will attest to that.

10. Three factors had to be calculated before Marty could be sent back through time - the precise distance the car had to travel, its acceleration speed and what else?