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BOOKS
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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!
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Lights, Camera, Trivia
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When man entered the atomic age, he opened a door into a new world. What he eventually found there, nobody could predict. Sound familiar? If not, think giant ants. No one could predict what would be found in this film, but most knew what unleashed it -
Eugene Lourie, 1953
the fallout from an experiment that was conducted in this part of the world.

2. Who am I? I was the first person to lay eyes upon the creature and the first casualty, but I wasn't creature's first victim.

3. Would you have to see a beast from 20,000 fathoms with your own eyes to believe it exists? We would. The creature was exactly as Dr. Elson (Cecil Kellaway) pictured it when he saw it for the first time, except for one difference.

4. The search for the creature began near the
The Beast From 20,000 Fathoms
(1) An area north of the Arctic Circle (2) George Ritchie (Ross Elliot). Give yourself a bonus point if you remember how he perished (buried alive in the avalanche that almost killed Professor Nesbitt). (3) Its dorsal was singular, not bilateral. (4) All of the sightings indicated that it was headed in that direction. And that's where the creature's only known fossils were found.

(5) The solution was to destroy the creature and its diseased tissue by injecting it with radioactive isotope, but it had to be injected directly into the creature's wounds. What made the task even more difficult was that there was only enough of it for one shot. Ready, aim, double-check your target and then fire!  (6) Its clavicle suspension

Them!
Enough formic acid to kill twenty men
Hudson submarine canyons after Jacob Bowman (Jack Pennick), the lone survivor of the first ship that was destroyed in the North Atlantic, identified the same sketch that Tom (Paul Hubschmid) identified. That's what convinced Dr. Elson and Lee (Paula Raymond) of its existence. Our question is, why there?

5. If fire destroys everything that isn't a Balrog, why wasn't it used to incinerate the beast? The answer, unfortunately, wasn't that simple. The military couldn't risk a cloud of dust particles that could have infected thousands, if it spread for miles. So what was the
solution?

6. 20,000 fathoms down. A 10-letter word for a large bracket or block that projects from a wall to support a balcony or some type of cornice. Drawing a blank? It's cantilever. What part of the creature's body appeared to be cantileveric?
More questions, more monsters in The Monster Book of Movie Monster Trivia
Imagine what you'd find if you stumbled upon the remains of a body that was ravaged by South American army ants, a week or two after it had been devoured. The stench alone would be enough to make you lose your lunch. What was found inside of Grampe Johnson (Matthew McCue) was no less disturbing.
Them!
Gordon Douglas, 1954