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  GUILTY PLEASURES
Freaked
Tom Stern/Alex Winter, 1993
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Whatever advantages there are to being a mutant worm (we'll triple your points if you can think of one) are infinitely outweighed by the disadvantages. Just ask the Worm (Derek McGrath), himself. He would have sold his soul for a pleasure most of us take for granted.
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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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Some things just can't be explained, kids. Our first question isn't one of them. How did every shot that Shelley (O-Lan Jones) fired at the creature that took Abe's (Terence Stamp) eyes miss its mark if she aimed directly at it while it was standing behind her?
We're waiting...

2. Maybe you didn't see one, but we did. A monster appeared for a moment in Jake's (Asa Butterfield) room when his grandfather described what a hollow looked like; huge creatures with tentacles, long arms and no eyes. Where?

3. If Abe really wanted to protect his grandson from hollows and things that creeped, slithered or crawled, he would have given him a copy of our monster movie quiz book/survival guide. What did he give him for his birthday?

4. Peculiars of a feather often flock together. There were different types. Miss Peregrine (Eva Green) was a Ymbryne. What was their main skill?

5. What do you do when two kids want to the play with the same thing at the same time, but there's only one - you split it in half, right down the middle. Miss Peregrine did that with which one of the twins' toys?

6. There's no shame in not knowing the answer to some of these questions unless you've seen the movie umpteenth times. There were a few that Emma (Ella Purnell) couldn't
Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children
(1) The creature towered over her and it walked like a bow-legged cowboy so there was a gap between its legs. She may have hit it if she had just aimed a little higher. (2) A shadow was cast on the ceiling when Abe raised his arms and wiggled his fingers over his head  (3) A copy of The Complete Essays and Other Writings of Ralph Waldo Emerson and currency from different countries for his (time loop) travels. The book also included the postcard that was addressed to Abe from Miss Peregrine. (4) They could manipulate time (5) Their teddy bear

(6) She wouldn't tell Jake why his grandfather visited other time loops. (7) Silver, lead shoes (8) He usually wore a net over his head when he ate. (9) She was embarrassed to eat the way she normally ate in front of strangers (10) Movie time, yeah! (11) The room was too hot (12) He channeled them onto a screen like a movie projector through some type of specially-designed monocle. (13) Clothes (14) Miss Peregrine gathered the children (with gas masks in hand) and took them to a safe enough distance outside the house. Knowing exactly when the raid would occur also helped. You could also say they re-entered the loop by reversing time.

Freaked
He missed being able to wipe his own ass.
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Tim Burton, 2016
All questions and quiizzes written by Philip Cerreta unless otherwise noted
answer, but the one regarding why Jake's grandfather did that wasn't one of them. What she should have said was, "I won't."

7. Do you know what may have happened if the late, great Elvis Presley visited the same time loop that Miss Peregrine used to keep the children safe? We might all be singing, You can do anything but lay off of my what today?

8. Go wash your hands, kids, dinner is almost ready. And you, young man, don't forget to bring that. How did Hugh (Milo Parker) eat around others if every time he opened his mouth bees flew out?

9. Monsters may not know the meaning of the E word, but peculiar children do. It was the reason why Claire (Raffiella Chapman) didn't seem to have much of an appetite the day Jake was invited for dinner.

10. If you need more than one guess to guess what part of the loop we liked best, ask yourself this question; where am I now? It may not have been something the children always did after dinner, but it happened that day. What activity are we referring to?

11. One of the benefits to
being invisible is not having to wear (or spend much money on) clothes. Millard (Cameron King) never could seem to get away with that in or outside of Miss Peregrine's home. What was his excuse for being naked the night Jake saw what Horace (Hayden Keeler-Stone) could do?

12. What Horace couldn't do was project his dreams telepathically. But if you ask us, how he got those visions out of his head was even more impressive.

13. Some of Horace's dreams were prophetic, but they were mostly about this. That's why we didn't stick around for a second showing during our first and only visit to the loop.

14. Run rabbit, run. Down a deep, dark hole if possible and don't look up until the smoke has cleared. How did the children survive the air raid on their home each night?
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