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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 Horror Flicks
(1) Alone in the Dark (2) The Beyond (3) Dead and Buried (4) Don't Look in the Basement
(5) Mausoleum


From Dusk Till Dawn
What didn't he do? The guy was a cold-blooded murderer who fucked with the wrong people.
You didn't forget what happened before they walked into the place, did you?
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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 Howling, the answer to question 5 isn't going to be Creepshow. Comprende? Enough with the formalities. Let's get on with the show.

1. Superior thriller revolves around a pack of psychos who have escaped their asylum lock-up and stalk their new doctor. The harrowing last twenty minutes, when the psychos lay siege on the new doctor's family, will have you chewing your nails down to the nubs. Great psycho rantings from Jack Palance and Martin Landau and a twisted climax where the TV saves the day! With Donald Pleasance. A thinking-man's slasher flick.

2. Underneath a hotel in Louisiana the dead rise and no one is safe in Fulci's zombie classic. A surreal, nightmarishly effective flick, the dead boogie and attack our heroes as they attempt to shut the doorways leading to Hell.  With eye gouging, throat ripping, spider attacking, acid to the face and a creepy little red-headed undead girl who gets a hole blasted through her skull so wide you could put your fist through it! A must see for genre fanciers.  Originally released theatrically in the US as THE SEVEN DOORS OF DEATH.  

3. Superior zombie/gore/
All questions and quizzes written by Philip Cerreta unless otherwise noted
mystery story has a weird, nightmarish quality to it that makes it all the more disturbing.  Sheriff James Farentino has a rash of unexplained, ultra-violent crimes on his hands but no suspect.  Little by little the pieces to the mystery fall into place, climaxing in a pulse-pounding confrontation between the Sheriff and the local mortician (Jack Albertson).  Absolutely Grade-A terror stuff. The incredible make-up effects by Stan Winston include a guy getting acid shot up his nose and another luckless victim getting a hypodermic needle plunged into his eye. The novelization by Chelsa Quinn Yarbro is also highly recommended. Do not miss this one.

4. After the head doctor at the "experimental" asylum is hacked up into a pile of kibble by an inmate, a new nurse arrives to help the nurse in charge run the facility. There is a weird sense that something is seriously amiss throughout the film as the crazies slowly take over the asylum. This is a good old fashioned '70s drive-in mental-meltdown scare show that delivers plenty of shocks and nastiness.  When the crazies attack at the end, you might wonder if Bill Lustig wasn't inspired by this film for the climax of
his pic MANIAC. With Bill McGee and Jessie Lee Fulton. DON'T MISS THIS FLICK!

5. Scream Queen Bobbie Bresee plays a woman possessed by a demon (one of those family curse deals) and goes about in an un-social manner, snuffing her friends and loved ones.  Flick attained cult status, due mostly to the fact that Bresee kept her breasts bare through most of the running time.  (They're on screen so much I would have thought they would have each deserved an end credit.)  The gore and monster effects are abundant, courtesy John Buechler. Also worth noting is the incredible performance of La Wanda Page as the jive talking, fast walking maid who splits the horror scene with the war cry of "Good goobely-woobely!" when the spooks attack. Dumb drive-in movie fun. With Marjoe Gortner.
You know how you can tell if a bar caters to vampires? Order a drink that's made with garlic clover. That was how we survived our first and only visit to The Titty Twister. The Gecko brothers (George Clooney & Quentin Tarantino) found out where they were when Richard was stabbed in the hand. What did he do to deserve that?
From Dusk Till Dawn
Robert Rodriquez, 1996
10 Questions