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  THEY CAME FROM OUTER SPACE
District 9
Neill Blomkamp, 2009
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Sir, if you don't stop feeding the aliens we're going to ask you to leave - otherwise they never will. Prawns ate almost anything. It didn't matter what it tasted like, as long as they could digest it. But they craved this substance more than anything else. That was why the Nigerians charged such an exorbitant price for the stuff.
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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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Remember what we said about being the first person to discover something? For those of you who don't, it's not always a good thing, especially when it involves ravenous, alien organisms. What we discovered about the blob made us say, "You know what,
maybe we could survive an encounter with this thing because A. It's slower than molasses, B. Whatever brains it does have are jelly and C. It would have done that to devour more of its victims if it had the capability to do so." According to the song, it could, but we never saw it happen.

2. As long as it leaves us alone and doesn't get too big, we wouldn't mind having the thing as a neighbor. It never made a sound, even while it was devouring some of its victims - or did it?

3. It's alive! It's alive and growing - fast! How big and how fast is anyone's guess. What we do know is that it didn't add the body mass of the people it consumed. That was based on what observation?

4. "Who is he calling a monster? He hasn't even seen me yet. When I find that punk, I'm going to turn his ass into a monster-sized turd!" If the blob could talk, and overheard the comments that were made about its appearance, (and talked to himself), who would he be referring to?

5. Mrs. Porter (Elinor Hammer), senility is no excuse. Why didn't you call someone the night Doc
Irvin Yeaworth, 1958
All questions and quizzes written by Philip Cerreta unless otherwise noted
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Hallen (Stephen Chase) disappeared? We're waiting, and this better be good.

6. Kill it, clean it, cook it, eat it. No need for one of those non-stick frying pans or the beverage of your choice to wash it all down. That thing was as slippery as a oiled-up mud-wrestler, yet somehow, it never left a trace. The authorities may have believed Steve (Steve McQueen) when they searched Doc Hallen's office if it did. What did they find?

7. Speaking of fine (and risky) dining, let's say there was a restaurant that served blob-kabobs and the going rate cost the same as a 10lb watermelon at Jerry's market. What would that amount to, minus the tip and whatever expenses arose from a possible, no, make that probable, trip to the ER?

8. You know what Jane (Aneta Corsaut) hated almost as much as no-eyed, blood-red, ever-growing, people-eaters? Being called "Janey." Steve did it the night they found the fallen meteorite. Who else called her that?

9. J-e-LL- Oh, hell no! The blob really increased its size after it fed on a bunch of movie goers. That happened in an air conditioned movie theater. Why did it go in
there if it hated the cold?

10. Global warming and now this? It was nice knowing you Mr. Polar bear. They, and all the penguins a blob could eat, would be the first to go if the creature ever thawed out. Where was it transported from in the film's closing sequence?
The Blob
(1) It crept but never leapt. Thank goodness for that. (2) It made a chirping noise when it emerged from the meteor. That was all we heard. (3) The blob was still smaller than the old man after it consumed him. (4) Steve? Wrong! He saw what it looked like. Jim was the first person to call the creature a monster, despite not having seen it. (5) Blame the neighbors. She thought the gunshots and screaming came from their TV.

(6) The door and window were both locked from the inside. (7) The sign we saw said four cents a pound, so the correct answer is forty cents, kids. That was easy, wasn't it? (8) Her own father in the chapter entitled Sounding the Alarm (9) It wasn't below freezing. (10) Downingtown

District 9
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