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  BURTON ON THE BRAIN
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Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children
(15) She would have grown old in a matter of minutes, unless the year was 1943. (16) The grass moved in a way that indicated that something was moving through it. (17) Hollowgasts (18) Only an immortal could do that, which was what Mr. Barron hoped to achieve by harnessing the essence of a Ymbryne's powers. (19) D (20) Simple, he wore contacts to conceal them.

(21) A red flower (22) it was only six months old.  (23) The Ghost Train ride (That led to another time loop)
(24) Eating eyes and pretending to watch birds

Frankenweenie
Anyone who stuck their finger in the jar got bit. That would convince us.
 
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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Suppose one of the children decided to leave the loop and live the remainder of his or her life in the real world. Emma gave it some thought. What would have happened if she had?
16. Put yourself in the same place and moment in time without a crossbow or a stopwatch and you probably won't survive the hollow that was struck down by Miss Peregrine, but there will be some indication that it's approaching. See if you can find it before it finds you.

17. Our peculiarity, if we could choose it, would be the ability to make monsters appear and then disappear for our own amusement or to use however we saw fit while remaining invisible to them. Jake couldn't could any of that but he was lucky enough to see hollows. What other name were they known by?

18. Time loops are a nice place to visit, but you wouldn't want to live in one. That's why some peculiars splintered off into their own faction. The question is, how does one do that?
Tim Burton, 2016
All questions and quiizzes written by Philip Cerreta unless otherwise noted
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19. Which (if any) of the following statements are incorrect?

A. Only a peculiar could enter a time loop.
B. Loops only lasted for a day.
C. A hollow couldn't be seen, but its shadow could.
D. Hollows only fed on peculiars.


20. If the only thing that Mr. Barron (Samuel L Jackson) couldn't change about himself was his eyes, why didn't Jake or anyone else notice them?

21. It went that'a way! If the creature that nearly choked the life out of Enoch (Finlay MacMillan) in the safe room was found alive, amongst it own kind, the easiest way to identify it might be... Come on, you know this one. By what was pinned to its lapel, right? Hey, whatever suits a hollow is just fine with us.

22. The time loop that was found in Blackpool couldn't
be reset, but it didn't have to be, at least not for Jake. That was because ...

23. Crossing a loop entrance was risky business. The signs in Blackpool even said so. Wait a minute, rewinding... Our bad. They were for that, which was a thrill in itself.

24. A hollow's gotta do what a hollow's gotta do. Mr. Barron spent three weeks under the guise of a psychiatrist in Florida and then another three (days) in Wales doing what in an attempt to regain his humanity?
Frankenweenie
Tim Burton, 2012
If you open your Movie Monster Survival Guide to the chapter on Re-animation and Electricity, you'll discover what it can and cannot do. We learned how to harness it by turning dead goldfish invisible. The difficult part was proving it. It didn't tell us how to do that. Can you or do we have to ask the kid with the hunch?