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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
(6) Pieces (7) Sleepaway Camp (8) Tenebre (9) Waxwork
(10) Zombie


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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The poster for this flick shows a patchwork female body lying underneath a giant, gleaming chainsaw with the tag line: "You don't have to go to Texas for a chainsaw massacre." Do I need to say more?  Kiss logic and reason goodbye as a Boston college
Robert Freese, 2007
is terrorized by a killer who is dismembering the student body with his smoking 'saw. Over the top gore scenes may be too much for some viewers but as a party tape it really delivers. Incoherent plot may cause delirium in certain viewers. With Christopher George, Linda Day George and Paul Smith.

7. Depraved, sleazy summer camp stab-a-rama set at Camp Arawak in upstate New York where a killer is snuffing campers as well as the camp's perverted staff. This is sick stuff yet oddly watchable for slasher school scholars. Before long the camp is a teenage wasteland of chopped up and dismembered bodies. I figure Hiltzik must have gotten his butt whupped pretty good one year at camp and this was his way of working through the painful memory. The shock ending will either have you gagging on your popcorn or shooting soda out your nose because you're laughing so hard. Two equally depraved sequels, by another director, followed.

8. Argento's flick may very well be one of the best splatter/slasher/gialli ever produced! A tense plot follows horror author Peter Neal to Rome where he's promoting his new book but becomes the target for a crazed hacker who is basing
All questions and quizzes written by Philip Cerreta unless otherwise noted
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
his murders on scenes from Neal's books. Contains some of the most brutal ax and straight razor attacks ever put on screen. The intriguing plot will have you guessing to the killer's identity all the way to the end. Recommended.

9. A bizarre wax museum appears and a group of rich teens are fed to the displays so pure evil can soon rule the world.  Nifty "warp" horror story has each teen enter an exhibit only to have the exhibit come to life and play out a violent scene.  When the teen dies in the scene, he or she becomes a permanent fixture in the museum. (Most all the scenes that play out are from classic horror films.)  Hickox stated that this effort was his homage to the Hammer films of his youth, but he also gives a tip of the hat to such films as NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD, IT'S ALIVE and THE LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS, among many others. Great cast keeps the proceedings alive and fun. Was followed by a weak sequel.

10. Terrific living dead romp by the man who has spilled more blood, brains and internal organs than even George Romero, Maestro Fulci. On a tropical island a virus is bringing the dead back to life and news
reporter Ian McCulloch and Tisa Farrow head to the Caribbean to investigate. They arrive as the dead attack and help a handful of island survivors battle the undead legions. Flick is famous for its scene of a long splinter going into a woman's eye in unflinching, nauseating gory close-up. Also includes a great underwater wrestling scene between an irritated shark and a hungry zombie. A must see- considered a true drive-in classick!