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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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Lights, Camera, Trivia
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Mars Attacks!
(1) The Hubble Telescope detected their point of origin. (2) He should have signed off with the words, "Good night and God help us all," instead of, "God bless you all." (3) Abraham Lincoln meets Leave it to Beaver. We wouldn't know where to begin with that one. (4) Dark was the suede that mowed like a harvest. What the hell that meant is anyone's guess. (5) We think they misinterpreted the symbol of a dove, but who really knows.

(6) All we know is that their breathing became labored when they were turned on. (7) Chew gum. That's what enabled the Martian spy (Lisa Marie) that infiltrated the White House to breathe without a helmet. (8) Glands covered in green goo. (9) Her disembodied head was floating inside a glass jar. (10) It did make their heads explode, but not the second they heard it. The reason why it didn't happen when they broke through the wall was because Ricky's grandma (Sylvia Sidney) was listening to the music with headphones on.


Killer Klowns From Outer Space
The cotton candy was even sticker than your average carnival-variety treat and was only safe for a Killer Klown from Outer Space to eat.
More questions, more monsters in The Monster Book of Movie Monster Trivia
Tim Burton, 1996
Killer Klowns From Outer Space
Stephen Chiodo, 1988
Talk about your sticky situations. Being cocooned alive inside cotton candy is and isn't one of them. How difficult could it be to tear, or even eat your way out of one of those things? Not very, unless ....
Run for your lives and hide your livestock, the Martians are coming! The Martians are coming! That was a Martian saucer that barbecued a herd a cattle in the film's opening sequence, wasn't it? It could have come from somewhere else. The universe is a mighty
big place, you know. Why did some believe the armada came from the red planet, before the first saucer even landed?

2. Take us to your leader's speech writer. From this point on, all of the President's (Jack Nicholson) State of the Union addresses will be written by us, by order of the Martian ambassador. He didn't like how the first announcement ended and quite frankly, neither did we. What he should have said was __________ .

3. What to wear to a close encounter of the fourth kind? The President wanted something historical, yet warm and neighborly. Sure, no problem if you're a time-traveling tailor plucked out of some 1950's sitcom.

4. "Ack, ack ack. Ack, ack, ack." That's Martian for, "Mows like a harvest." Say what? Or should we say, what did?

5. This means war! Not to us, to them. If they came in peace, why did so many of us end up in pieces?

6. Whoever said make love not war never met a Martian. Their lack of genitalia raised all sorts of interesting questions. How did they reproduce? What happens when they become
aroused? And what purpose did those god-awful, red, sequined bikini bottoms serve? Any guesses?

7. Who would you rather have on your team for a War of the Worlds Trivia Challenge, us or some bug-eyed little bastard with an oversized brain? Even if the alien in question is an alluring Martian spy with a vast knowledge of the universe, you should still pick us, unless you can teach it how to ___________ and answer questions at the same time.

8. Don't fret, kids. When the last of the chocolate factories have been turned into sweet nothings, four golden tickets will still remain to view an alien autopsy. What you'll see is what you'll get when we let you reach behind the Martian's optic chiasm. Suck on that, Charlie!

9. Have you or a loved one been the victim of some bizarre Martian experiment? Let us do to them what they did to you. Since 1951, people have counted on the team of Klaatu, Barada and Nikto to open new wounds to help close theirs. Results may vary depending on your particular situation and our knowledge of alien anatomy. Nathalie (Sarah Jessica Parker) could barely hear herself scream when
she saw what the Martians did to her body. Why?

10. If Slim Whitman's Indian Love Call was the Martians' kryptonite, why didn't the heads of the three aliens that blasted their way through a wall explode the instant they heard it? Explain that one.