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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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Would you attack a city unarmed if you believed you were protected by the gods? Even those who claim to hear voices aren't crazy enough to do that, but Pelias (Douglas Wilmer) said it himself, "I will have no need of this," meaning his sword, after he was told
that he would conquer the kingdom of Thessaly "Without fear or wound" in the film's opening sequence. So our question to you is, did he or didn't he?

2. When Pelias asked Hera (Honor Blackman) why he was driven to kill Briseis (Davina Taylor), she replied, "Zeus (Niall MacGinnis), cannot drive men to do what you have done. Men drive themselves to do such things." So the gods may know what?

3. It was said that the man who would come to kill Pelias would be wearing one sandal. How was that prophecy fulfilled?

4. How do you get someone to follow you to the end of the world? A promise of wealth beyond compare might do it. The Golden Fleece was worth a kingdom, but there was more to it than that. If you need a hint on this one, ask yourself this question - what slogan worked for the Marines?

5. The Golden Fleece had the power to heal, the power to bring peace, and the power to rid the land of plague and famine. Did we leave anything out?

6. Small steps often prove fatal when you're being chased by leaping giants.
Jason and the Argonauts
(1) He attacked the city with the same sword he laid down. (2) So the gods may know them, and that men may understand themselves. (3) Jason lost a sandal when he dove into a lake to rescue Pelias. (4) The few and the proud. Jason told the men that only the best could expect a place on the most perilous voyage in history. (5) We didn't, but the film may have. (6) Hera told Jason to "Look to his ankles."

(7) He also learned that that Hercules was fated to go no further than the Isle of Bronze. (8) He didn't deny that he was sinner, but he didn't sin every day, which was why he didn't think he should be punished every day. (9) "The Hydra's teeth" (10) He shouted the word four times. "Destroy them!" he said, "Kill! Kill! Kill!... Kill them all!" (11) It was decapitated (12) He didn't think the gods would answer someone who didn't believe in them. Zeus let Hera help Jason five times because that was the number of times that Briseis called upon Hera to save her brother's life.

Wrath of the Titans
Did it give you a shifting depiction of the labyrinth's interior? If not, keep trying.
Talos didn't have that ability, at least not to our knowledge. If he did, only a handful of Jason's (Todd Armstrong) men would have made it off the Isle of Bronze alive. We remember how it was taken down, what we don't recall is what was said to Jason when he asked the gods for help.

7. The Hydra is dead? Oh, Hylas (John Cairney). You had us worried there for a minute. Sorry, if we feel that way but six heads are always better and more interesting than one. What else did Jason learn, apart from where he had to go next, when Hera (Honor Blackman) helped him for the last time?

8. You know who we felt sorry for? Phineas (Patrick Troughton), the prophet who was blinded by Zeus for misusing the gift he was given. While we love the idea of using harpies to torment those who deseve it, his punishment was unjust. Explain why.

9. The answer to this next question doesn't make much sense. It does, if you think about it, but we might just be trying to confuse you again. The skeletons who were summoned from their graves were referred to as the children of whom?

10. Guess how many points
or pints this next question is worth? Just one, but we're deducting three if you miss it. Did King Aeetes (Jack Gwyllim) shout the word "kill" at least that many times or less when he ordered the skeletons to vanquish Jason's men?

11. Seven skeletons were resurrected, but only six followed Jason over the cliff. What happened to the one that didn't?

12. If Zeus allowed the gods to help Jason five times over the course of his voyage, why did he hesitate to call upon them and why five, as opposed to three or once?
Don Chaffey, 1963
All questions and quiizzes written by Philip Cerreta unless otherwise noted
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Wrath of the Titans
Louis Leterrier, 2012
Who knew that getting into Tartarus would be just as difficult as getting out? We have the map that guided Perseus (Sam Worthington) through the underworld, but that doesn't mean it'll help you find your way through the labyrinth - unless you remember how to align the edges correctly. Give it a try and see what happens.