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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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Tales From The Crypt Presents Demon Knight
(1) His eyes shifting between the road ahead and the rear-view mirror… (2) He picked up his shotgun and then fired on the car that was following him. (3) She wouldn't rent short-term, and she didn't rent to strangers. (4) When the Collector put his fist through Sheriff Tupper's (John Schuck) head. We got the message. Demons hate to be questioned, about anything. (5) Irene (6) Wally's (Charles Fleischer) face was torn off by the demon that possessed Cordelia (Brenda Bakke).

(7) Roach broke the seal that covered the entrance to the underground mine shaft when he shot Homer for "four years of minimum wage." (8) He lifted it from Brayker's pocket when he shook his hand. (9) Jeryline's cat hissed right before the creature attacked Brayker, but he didn't recognize it as a warning. (10) The other reference came at the end of the story. The Collector (Mark Kennerly) that tried to board the bus that Jeryline took out of town whistled the series' theme as he walked away.

Night of the Demons
The first step involved defying the divine law, whatever that is. If that got you booted out, then the question became how does one remain out?
Well, from what we gathered here, you and your cohorts would have to possess seven people over the course of one Halloween night.
Good luck!
Ernest Dickerson, 1995
Night of the Demons
Adam Gierash, 2010
Here's a thought and a question - assuming that Hell even exists, and that one could, in fact, be cast out, wouldn't all who were condemned conspire to do whatever needed to be done? They would if they knew how. The demons in this film did. Take us through the process.
EXT - A DESOLATE HIGHWAY - NIGHT
Cue music: Filter's Hey Man Nice Shot. A "No Trespassing" sign is swaying in a gentle breeze. To the left is a winding stretch of road that's illuminated by a full moon and two other points of light.
A car races forward, emerging from the darkness. As it draws closer, the camera pans up to reveal a lone figure with a look that expresses some undisclosed purpose. What line would you add to indicate that Frank Brayker (William Sadler) was being followed?

2. When Brayker noticed that his car was running out of gas, he jerked the wheel to the left and then stepped on the brake. What did he do after that?

3. Welcome to IHOM: The International House of Monsters; A place where you can eat them before they eat you. We have only two rules - stay out of the kitchen and don't ask us how we cook 'em. Irene (CCH Pounder) broke two of her own when Brayker offered to pay for a room at the Mission Hotel. Do you remember what they were?

4. Our next question will have to wait. The authorities are asking us a few of their own. They want to know what we know about Brayker. We ain't saying much other then, yeah, we heard of 'em. Why tell them any more than that if they won't believe a word of it? Deputy Martel (Gary Farmer) wouldn't have believed it either. When did he realize that he
was up against something more than human in The Collector (Billy Zane)?

5. We can do this one of two ways - you can either sell us your soul or have it taken without compensation. Ask yourself, "Is it worth a (severed) arm and a leg?" This person didn't think so.

6. Don't scream. Listen for one. We're looking for the source of the blood-curdling cry that was heard when Brayker urged the group to remain in the house. "You're safer (here)," he said, "than outside." Really? Not by the sound of that. Where did it come from?

7. Let's say someone missed a few minutes of the chapter entitled The Mine Shaft. When that person returns from doing whatever it was they left to do, they ask, "How did the Collector get back into the hotel?" Well, if you're watching the movie on a DVD player, you could replay the scene. But you're not. You're with a group of friends in a theater, so you'll have to explain what happened, quietly.

8. Brayker told Roach (Thomas Hayden Church) that he'd either be killed, possessed or used to get to the others if he tried to use the key to save his own life.
Anyone remember how it fell into his hands?

9. We either heard and/or saw something that could have saved Brayker's life right before he was ripped apart by the Danny demon (Ryan Sean O'Donohue). The question is, did he? And what was it?

10. Danny's death, and what happened to Brayker and Jeryline (Jada Pinkett) in the steeple (and the comic book) was the first of two notable references to Tales From the Crypt in the story. Find the other one. We're off to look for you know what.
More questions, more monsters in The Monster Book of Movie Monster Trivia