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The Invisible Man
James Whale, 1933
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You wouldn't think an invisible man would have to hide while he was invisible. Unless… well, you'll have to figure that one out for yourself. It was the reason why Dr. Griffin (Claude Rains) "disappeared" for an hour or two each day.
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Frankenstein
(1) The setting sun. He wanted to get the corpse he exhumed back to his laboratory before nightfall. (2) A distinct degeneration of the middle frontal lobe and a scarcity of convolutions. (3) He told her about his experiments on the same day. (4) Dr. Waldman asked Henry if he really believed that he could bring "life to the dead." (5) The creature walked backwards through a doorway before turning around.

(6) The monster obeyed Henry when he asked it to sit. (7)  What caused the trees to bud, what changed the darkness into light, and what eternity was. (8) He was speaking literally. (9) He scraped the bars on the door with his walking cane.
(10) Elizabeth's scream

The Invisible Man
Whatever food he ate remained visible until it was completely digested.
 
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.

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Frights, Camera, Trivia
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James Whale, 1931
2. The brain that Henry unknowingly used for his creation fit the history of a man of brutality, violence and murder. That was indicated by what abnormality?

3. Henry re-animated a few animals before he brought the monster (Boris Karloff) to life. He also kept a human heart beating for three weeks. When did Elizabeth (Mae Clarke) find out about her fiance's experiments, before or after they announced their engagement?

4. It's your turn of think of a question. Not one of your own, someone else's. It drew the following response from Henry: "That body is not dead. It has never lived. I created it. I made it with my own hands. From the bodies I took from graves, from the gallows, anywhere."

5. The monster could have been introduced in any number of ways after it was
resurrected - slowly walking out of the shadows, the camera panning up from Fritz's point of view after some type of fall, etc. What did the viewer see?

6. You hear that sound? It's an electric buzz saw. We're not taking any chances with the corpse we're about to re-animate. If it doesn't listen, it's going back in the grave, minus a limb or two. How did Henry prove to Dr. Waldman (Edward Van Sloan) that the monster understood what he was saying?

7. Its not easy being a mad scientist. We can also relate to being misunderstood. What was Henry referring to when he sighed, "If I could discover just one of these things, I wouldn't care if they did think I was crazy"?

8. Was Henry speaking figuratively or literally when he made the following observation: "I've got to experiment further. He's only a few days old.
Remember, so far, he's been kept in complete darkness. Wait till I bring him into the light"?

9. You might want to skip this next question if you haven't taken our Psycho quiz yet. Marion (Janet Leigh) honked her horn to get someone's attention when she arrived at the Bates Motel. What did the Baron (Frederick Kerr) do when no one came to the door?

10. The creature mimicked a sound it heard in the chapter entitled The Uninvited Guest. Give it a try. Just not in a laboratory. We don't want to be responsible for another dropped brain.
Know what our primary concern would be if we were digging up a corpse? Someone finding out about it, of course, if we were doing it for some depraved reason. What was Henry Frankenstein's (Colin Clive) main concern when he remarked, "We've got no time to lose"?
More questions, more monsters in The Monster Book of Movie Monster Trivia