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  THAT AIN'T THE WIND HOWLING!
The Company of Wolves
Neil Jordan, 1984
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Dog Soldiers
(1) No, they were led to the farmhouse. (2) He refused to shoot a dog. (3) Most of the locals thought some lunatic killed them.
(4) Spiders, women and spider-women (5) What was left of the soldier who believed that Satan would save his skin - among the remains was a tattoo of Lucifer's image.

(6) True (7) They suspected a set-up when a transmitter was found inside the radio. (8) They disabled the generators. How did that work to their advantage, you ask? They could see in the dark. (9) Cooper used some superglue (10) Eyebrows that joined in the middle


The Company of Wolves
They could pluck their eyebrows if they met in the middle or just conceal them with longer bangs.
Hoods, hats and certain types of eyewear might also work.
 
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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Frights, Camera, Trivia
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We don't remember why Goldilocks was so far out in the woods when she encountered the three bears in the Grimm fairy tale, but we do know this - she wasn't where she was supposed to be. Could the same be said about the squad that was led by Sergeant Wells (Sean Pertwee)?
2. If living out the remainder of one's life as a werewolf is a fate worse than death, why don't more victims choose the latter? Think about it and then ask yourself what you would do. What decision ultimately saved Private Cooper's (Kevin McKidd) life?

3. There are those who want to believe in monsters like the Beast of Bodmin Moor and those who won't, until their own throat is ripped out. The remains of the campers (Craig Conway and Tina Landini) who were torn apart in the film's opening sequence wasn't enough to convince the local townsfolk, so we have to ask, why the hell not?

4. When Corporal Campbell (Thomas Lockyer) was asked what his greatest fear was, he replied, "The self-destructive nature of the human condition." What scared Cooper?

5. It takes an open mind to
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What's the best way to peak a child's curiosity? That's easy. Just tell them not to do something. Rosaleen (Sarah Patterson) was repeatedly warned not to stray from the path in The Company of Wolves. She also disregarded the advice she was given about trusting someone who exhibited the mark of a werewolf. How could one hide that trait?
Neil Marshall, 2002
believe in werewolves, doesn't it? Sgt. Wells admitted that he didn't always have one, but that changed after he saw this.

6. True or False: No one ever asked Captain Ryan (Liam Cunningham) what he meant by, "There was only supposed to be one!"

7. What's a nine-letter word for small forest in Japanese? The answer is "Kobayashi." That, as if anyone needed a reminder, was also the name of the ship in the training exercise that opened Star Trek 2: The Wrath of Khan. The cadets in that film were placed in a no-win scenario to test their character. What's the connection here, kids?

8. The werewolves in this film weren't mindless creatures. What proved that they had some semblance of intelligence?

9. Chasing painkillers with whiskey is never a good
idea, but try telling that to someone who's just had their intestines ripped out. How was that wound treated?

10. An old werewolf myth was dispelled in the chapter entitled Now What? If you need a hint on this one, we'll call it "nonsense" and "dark age paranoia."
More questions, more monsters in The Monster Book of Movie Monster Trivia