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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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Invasion of the Drive-in Sci-Fi Flicks
(1) Bad Taste (2) Demon Seed (3) Galaxy of Terror (4) Killer Klowns From Outer Space
(5) Lifeforce


20 Million Miles to Earth
Miry had a little lamb.
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Have you ever tried to guess the title of a film from a review?
If not, you'll enjoy this game. Given how informative each one is, it shouldn't be too difficult. The reviews have been placed in alphabetical order according to title. So, if the answer to question 4
Robert Freese, 2007
is The Hidden, the answer to question 5 isn't going to be The Blob. Comprende? Enough with the formalities. Let's get on with the show.

1. Outrageous "alien attack" pic has big assed extraterrestrials disguised as humans coming to Earth to stock up on human flesh for their intergalactic fast food chain.  A group of alien hunters make the scene and try to blast the baddies back into the cosmos.  Flick may not be for all tastes, the over the top gore is non-stop and there are a couple of gross-out scenes that are sure to turn your stomach.  Director Jackson appears as both a bumbling alien hunter and as one of the evil, alien horde.  Check it out.

2. Ninety-seven minute nightmare has Julie Christie artificially impregnated by a "living, thinking" computer, created by her brilliant but distant scientist husband Fritz Weaver.  Proteus, the computer (coldly voiced by Robert Vaughn), controls all the door and window locks in the house and keeps Christie prisoner during her pregnancy with "his" child.  Flick proposes a number of scary, disturbing ideas, especially when viewed now, in our computer crazed culture where the Internet actually does hold people "prisoner" in their homes for
All questions and quizzes written by Philip Cerreta unless otherwise noted
hours on end.  Thought provoking and chilling.  Based on an early novel by Dean Koontz.

3. Classic Roger Corman production has a rescue team coming to a planet where their worst fears become a horrific reality.  Gore, bloody death and rambunctious destruction follow.  Standout scenes include a giant maggot attack, a tunnel full of leech creatures and Erin Moran getting her head squashed.  Great cast includes Ray Walston, Edward Albert, Robert Englund, Sid Haig, Taffy O'Connell and Zalman King.  AKA MINDWARP: AN INFINITY OF TERROR and PLANET OF HORRORS.

4. Super-fun, hyper-imaginative sci-fi/comedy concerning intergalactic, blood thirsty alien bozos who come to Earth in their circus tent spaceship and collect humans for sustenance.  The victims are preserved in cotton candy cocoons.  An up-dating of sorts of THE BLOB, teeners try to convince the adults and authority figures that their town is under siege, but no one will listen.  Fast paced and funny, this one is highly recommended.

5. Although it did little but bomb at the box office, this is a spectacular science fiction thriller that pays
homage to Hammer's QUATERMASS series of films.  In the tail end of Halley's Comet a spacecraft is found.  Inside, astronauts led by Steve Railsback find three seemingly human-like creatures and hundreds of dried-out husks of what look like bat creatures.  The humanoids are brought to Earth where they awaken and come to life as a trio of space vampires who survive on the "(insert title here)" of human beings.  All hell breaks loose as nutzoid Railsback tries to stop them.  The best scenes show London as a devastated, war torn, zombie filled battle field.
An incredible effects filled extravaganza not to be missed.
Any creature with an astonishing rate of growth would need plenty of nourishment and probably eat anything it could get its hands/claws (or tentacles) on. Yet that wasn't the case with the Ymir. We know why it didn't devour the first soul it spotted near the barn, but let's say it did. Let's also say it was killed that night and later dissected. Who or what would have been found in the belly of the beast?
20 Million Miles to Earth
Nathan Juran, 1957
10 Questions