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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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Ghostbusters
(1) A (2) The effects of negative reinforcement on ESP ability. (3) He wanted to drill a hole in his head in the name of science. (4) He grabbed his ear. (5) "We're ready to believe you."

(6) The logo first appeared in the film's title (7) Proton charging and storage (8) Janine caught him sniffing a bowl of popcorn. What's so bad about that? (9) He thought every molecule in his body would explode at the speed of light. (10) Because when the Ghostbusters were told to choose the form of their "Destructor," Dr. Stantz tried to think of the most harmless thing he could, Mr. Stay-Puft!


Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein
Flying bats
Full quiz available in volume 1 of Lights, Camera, Trivia
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Remember Talbot's (Lon Chaney, Jr.) description of Dr. Laos (Bela Lugosi)? He told Chick (Bud Abbott) that he was looking for a man who had a "far away look" in his eye. Strange as that may sound, it wasn't nearly as strange as what Wilbur (Lou Costello) saw when he gazed into Sandra's (Lenore Aubert) eyes. What did he see?
Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein
Charles T Burton, 1948
I think that's him, officer, or her. I don't really know. The minute I saw it, I bolted for the nearest exit. Dr. Stantz (Dan Aykroyd) probably got ten different descriptions when he questioned the individuals who saw the apparition that appeared in the main branch of the New
Ivan Reitman, 1984
York Public Library. What did he leave out when he described it to his colleagues?

A. It had a noxious odor
B. It was free-floating
C. It had a full torso
D. It was vaporous


2. Now there's an idea that just might work. Nothing else has so we're willing to try anything - on you. If it helps one person remember even one of our crazy questions, we'll buy two of the machines that Dr. Venkman (Bill Murray) used in his, "Guess the right card or get a shock" test. That, he thought, was one way to prove what?

3. There may have been only one marshmallow man in this movie, kids, but he wasn't the only character with smores for brains. Were it not for Dr. Venkman's intervention, Dr. Spengler (Harold Ramis) may have become a spook, himself, had he tried that. That being what?

4. Two, four, six, eight, who do we want to aggravate? Launching popcorn nuggets for distance in a crowded movie theater is one way to get someone's attention. You could also do what Dr. Venkman did to get Dr. Stantz's after he repeated the words, "Can you come over here and talk to me for
a second, please" if the person is within arm's reach, but we wouldn't recommend either method unless of course, you're looking for a good, old-fashion ass-whoopin.

5. Give us an answer to a question we forgot the answer to and you might hear us repeat the Ghostbusters' motto. "We ain't afraid of no ghosts!"? Nope, that wasn't it.

6. In the film's title, in their TV commercial, on the Ectomobile or on the sleeve of Dr. Venkman's uniform; where did the Ghostbusters' trademark logo first appear?

7. You can't scramble eggs without cracking a few shells, can you, kids? Tell that to the manager (Michael Ensign) of the Sedgewick Hotel. The damage that was caused by the Ghostbusters in the ballroom alone easily eclipsed the fee they charged which was why he balked when he heard how much they wanted. The bill came to $5000. The fee also included a surcharge. $1000 for what two services?

8. "There's something very strange about that man." Louis (Rick Moranis), the other guy with smores for brains. What prompted those words?
9. Who do you call when you want to save the ghosts or anyone who's about to become one from the busters? The Ghostbuster Busters? It's the kooks that frighten us, not the spooks. We can live with those. If Dr. Spengler's calculations proved correct, all life would have stopped instantaneously when the G-men crossed the streams of their unlicensed nuclear accelerators to destroy a G-normous marshmallow man. The question is how?

10. Say hello to your little roasted friends, Mr. Marshmallow man! Why would an entity as powerful as the Traveler take the form of something you could toast on a stick?