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  WE AIN'T AFRAID OF NO GHOSTS!
The Entity
Sidney Furie, 1982
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Be afraid. Be very afraid when things that go bump in the night start to bite. If Carla (Barbara Hershey) was wired to a device that could measure fear the night she was bitten, it may have registered a 2.0. Why 2? That encounter was twice as frightening as the first, wasn't it? But more so because that's exactly what it felt like. Explain.
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The Haunting
(1) She felt like it was staring at her. (2) Only a few loose floorboards. If we had said, "Hope to find" then the answer would have been ghosts and/or "The key to another world." (3) She claimed to have seen it at the age of ten. (4) They were hung slightly off-center. (5) Why did Dr. Markway become concerned when Eleanor told him that she was excited about being in the experiment?

(6) The companion who was hired to care for the daughter of the house's original owner hung herself in the library a few years after Abigail's death
(7) Someone (or something) began pounding on the walls of their room. (8) Knowing what she really wanted. (9) He thought he could sell the statues as tombstones. (10) She swerved when Mrs. Markway (Lois Maxwell) ran across the road.

The Haunting in Connecticut
Aickman didn't remove the eyelids from the deceased to make them see, but rather to make them "unseen."

The Entity
Carla said it felt like there were at least two other poltergeists involved.
 
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!
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Frights, Camera, Trivia
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Remember the feeling that Eleanor (Julie Harris) got when she arrived at Hill House? At some point during this quiz, you may sense the same thing, courtesy of us. Our intention isn't to frighten you. It's to keep you honest.
Robert Wise, 1963
2. Six people were originally selected for Dr. Markway's (Richard Johnson) experiment, but four dropped out. What did he expect to find?

3. We would have conducted a few experiments of our own in the house that Eleanor grew up in to find or disprove the existence of a poltergeist. Tell us why we have our doubts.

4. None of the doors in Hill House seemed to stay open. Do you remember why?

5. We'll give you the answer to this one, you give us the question - Because it was the first sign that she was falling under the spell of the house.

6. Some folks see dead people, others smell them. The stench in the library reminded Eleanor of her deceased mother. Where did it come from?
7. Let's backtrack for a moment to the first night in the house. Eleanor and Theodora (Claire Bloom) were startled by a noise that woke them up out of a sound sleep. Describe it for us.

8. It was the feeling of being left out, or left alone that frightened Eleanor the most. What was Theodora's biggest fear?

9. Here lies Luke Sanderson (Russ Tamblyn) - near the statues of the Crain family. The spirits of the house didn't kill him, something else did (in our version of the story). Why there?

10. Coincidence? We think not. Eleanor's car crashed into the same tree that killed Hugh Crain's first wife. Who or what caused that accident?
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All questions and quizzes written by Philip Cerreta unless otherwise noted
Tales of people waking up in the morgue or on an embalming table is largely the province of horror fiction and urban myth. We say "largely" because it has happened, and it's about to happen again, this time to YOU. We can't tell you how you got there, but we do know of the horrors that await so pay close attention to what we're about to say. The figure standing over you will spare your eyelids if you can answer this question: "Why would someone remove them from a corpse?"
Peter Cornwell, 2009