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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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the wrong monster for the job because I always leave a bigger mess than the one I clean up.

8. If you're not familiar with how this next question works, we provide an excerpt from one of the film's feature commentaries. Your task is to identify the scene (or, as is the case here, the reference) based on that excerpt. It's that simple.

Peter Docter: "This idea was really meant to be a set up for why Sullivan can't see Boo (Mary Gibbs) again at the end. It makes sense. They wouldn't bother keeping these things around if they're no use anymore."

9. Who's winning here, us or you? Sulley scared the sugar and spice and a few things that weren't so nice out of a bunch of girls at a slumber party to get the points he needed to regain the lead from Randall (Steve Buscemi) while they were battling to see who could do what first?

10. Dosh garn it! That always seems to happen whenever we throw the other one away. What was found when George Sanderson (Sam Black) accidentally knocked an entire scare floor out of commission in the chapter entitled "23-19!"?
All questions and quiizzes written by Philip Cerreta unless otherwise noted
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Pete Docter, 2001
He wasn't sure but we were. We're referring to Bile (Jeff Pidgeon) and what he thought he did wrong in the computer simulation that opened the film. His best guess was he fell down. What's yours'?
2. When we asked someone at Monsters, Inc. exactly what they meant by, "We scare because we care," they never did give us a straight answer. Can you?

3. There must have been hundreds of eateries in Monstropolis, but only two appeared in the film - three if you count the store that Sulley (John Goodman) and Mikey (Billy Crystal) passed on their way to work every day. We'll give you a point for each one you can name.

4. You'd probably walk to work every day too if you only needed a few steps to get there. You might also step on a few folks accidentally along the way if they thought something the size of a breadbox was behind them. What did people hear whenever Ted opened his mouth? It wasn't Godzilla's signature roar.

5. If we could remember the combination to Mikey's locker at work we'd show you the Post it notes he kept in there. Each one was a reminder. What did he keep forgetting to do?

6. How does someone who can't turn their head and who doesn't have a nose sniff their own armpit? They can't, can they? Mikey did. Figure that one out.

7. Who am I? Some call me
11. You remember why so many monsters panicked when a child wandered into the city of Monstropolis, don't you? It was because most believed that a single touch from a child could kill a monster. What made Mikey scream after he remarked, "As long as it doesn't come near us, it'll be okay"?

12. Sulley did what four times in a span of a few minutes when Boo was nearly crushed to death in the trash compactor? Oh, that's right. See what happens when you assume, kids.
Kids, say hello to Insectosaurus. Nuclear radiation made him the monster is he today. Try not to frighten him, unless you want to get drenched in a liquid we'd rather not mention. If you step this way, we'll introduce you to our "gelatinous" friend, B.O.B (Seth Rogan). He's not allowed to leave the home we've created for him here, but we can send you home with one of your own… if you can duplicate the process that created him. Who'd like to give it a try?
Monsters vs. Aliens
Rob Letterman, 2009
Monsters, Inc.
(1) He left the closet door open. He also screamed, twice. Once when the boy he was trying to scare screamed, and then again when he fell on some jacks. Monsters aren't supposed to do that. (2) All they really cared about, if you ask us, was scaring the bejeebers out of little kids and converting those screams into energy. (3) Harryhausen's, The Hidden City Café and Tony's Grossery (4) The cackling of a chicken (5) He kept forgetting to file his paperwork.

(6) He raised one of his arms and then turned to his left to test his underarm "odorant" (7) Chalooby, the five-eyed blob who worked as a custodian at Monsters, Inc. (8) A door had to be shredded if a kid wasn't scared anymore. (9) Get to 100,000 points (10) The sock that was stuck to his back
(11) He accidentally burned his eye with some disinfectant after Boo sneezed on him. (12) Fainted


Monsters vs. Aliens
Take one genetically altered tomato, combine it with a chemically altered ranch-flavored dessert topping and hope that the resulting "goop" gains consciousness.
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