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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!
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Frights, Camera, Trivia
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I Know What You Did Last Summer
(1) On a dangerous stretch of highway appropriately named Reaper's Curve (2) Wasn't she the one who suggested going down to Dawson's Beach for a little joyride? That's Ray talking, of course, not us. (3) He dove in to retrieve the crown that Helen won for being named Croaker Queen. (4) It was. (5) Barry thought Max sent Julie the note that read, I know what you did last summer" because he was the only other person present the night of the accident. As for his death, he wasn't gutted like a fish, stabbed or slashed across the torso. His chin was impaled by a meat-hook.

(6) The killer wrote the words, "I know" on the back of the photo he took of Barry's car, the same car he tried to run him over with. (7) A. Susie Willis, B. In a car accident, C. David, D. Missy (8) Julie realized that she and the others weren't responsible for David's death when Missy told her that her brother didn't have a tattoo on his arm. (9) "When you leave a man for dead," he said, "Make sure he's really dead." (10) Was he missing a hand? If so, there's your answer.

Candyman
Helen (Virginia Madsen) first laid eyes upon the Candyman in a parking garage so the correct answer would be a rear-view mirror.
All questions and quizzes written by Philip Cerreta unless otherwise noted
Jim Gillespie, 1997
Maybe he does, he being David Egan (Jonathan Quint), but we don't. What we do know is that you aren't here often enough and weren't there the night he was supposedly killed. Where did the accident occur?
2. Ray (Freddie Prinze, Jr.) was behind the wheel that night, but he wasn't entirely to blame. Some of it could have been placed on Barry (Ryan Phillippe) for dropping an open bottle in his lap, and Helen (Sarah Michelle Gellar)? Why her?

3. Let's say David's body was pulled out of the water by a fisherman a week after it was dumped in the ocean. The first word out of his mouth is "Sweet," as in "Sweet Jesus!" After untangling the net, he also finds something that belongs to Helen and repeats the same word, for an entirely different reason. If Barry doesn't jump into the water that same night, you know what we're referring to.

4. Wait, wasn't that how the police found David's body? It got caught in a fishing net? Flip a coin for this one if you don't remember. Either it was or it wasn't.

5. Nobody accused Barry of Max's (Johnny Galecki) murder, but he did have a motive and his death did differ in some way from the killer's other victims. Maybe we're onto something here if you can figure it all out.

6. The note that Barry received brings us to our next question. Flip it over.
Candyman
Bernard Rose, 1992
To summon "the ghost with the most" (Michael Keaton) in Beetlejuice, all one had to do was repeat his name three times. The Candyman (Tony Todd) appeared to anyone who repeated his name in a mirror. Find one in the scene we're thinking of. It introduced the film's two main characters. Not to the viewer, but to each other.
Tell us what you see and how it nearly foreshadowed his demise.

7. No question mark, not us. We didn't do it, unless it's something good we don't know about. When Julie (Jennifer Love Hewitt) and Helen looked up David's name up on the internet, they discovered the name of his fiancée A. ( _____ ), how she died B. ( _____ ), who was behind the wheel at the time of the accident C. ( _____ ) and the name of his older sister D. ( _____ ). Fill in the parentheses.

8. We're going to pretend like we never saw the scene that put Julie's conscious at ease. Why? Well, if you haven't spotted our intentional errors by now, we ain't fessing up. You figure it out.

9. If the team that brought you this quiz (me, myself & I) could leave this world with a few memorable last words, we know exactly what we'd say; "We'll be back, as the ghosts with the most - trivia questions." The killer left Julie with some words of wisdom. What did he want her to remember?

10. Who was that masked maniac? We think it was the killer, back from the dead (yet again) who jumped
through the glass door in the film's final scene. If that was him, there should have been something off (so to speak) about his appearance. Maybe there was and we just didn't
catch it.