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  SPOOF YOU!
Scary Movie
Keenan Ivory Wayans, 2000
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Gather round people. There's a killer on the loose with the ability to, gasp, read! We know you can, as well, but we have to be sure so when you hear us scream, run as fast as you can to the sign that Drew (Carmen Electra) missed in the film's opening sequence, and then keep on running. Go!
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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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All questions and quizzes written by Philip Cerreta unless otherwise noted
Monty Python & The Holy Grail
(1) The filmmakers never apologized for the dentist on the job. The viewer was just asked to wait while the operator changed reels. (2) Ninepence for each body (3) The fact that he wasn't covered in shit, like everyone else in the village.
(4) A peasant said that to Arthur (5) Believe it or not it was.

(6) A (7) The clue is the word "Would." Sir Bedevere wanted to put the
accused on a giant scale to see if she weighed the same as a duck. If she did, it would prove that she was made out of "wood" like all witches.
(8) God told Arthur that he hated sound of people groveling and apologizing. And he couldn't bear to listen to psalms because
they were so depressing. (9) "A model" (10) The ferocity of their taunting.


Scary Movie
Shame on you if you ran to the sign that read "Safety" when we said Go. You didn't wait for us to scream. Who feels like the bigger idiot, now?
Two apologies were offered during the film's opening credit sequence for the fault in the subtitles. If you ask us, there should have been a third. Tell us why.
Terry Gilliam/Terry Jones, 1975
2. If the story took place during the time of the plague, the Dead Collector would have been wealthier than the king, himself. How much was he paid for the service he provided?

3. Arthur never told the Dead Collector that he was a king. It was just an educated guess. What was that assumption based on?

4. "Strange women lying in ponds, distributing swords is no basis for government. Supreme executive power derives from a mandate from the masses. Not from some farcical aquatic ceremony." Who was talking to whom when those words were spoken?

5. Was going around the bridge an option when Arthur encountered the Black Knight? The reason why we ask is because if it was, why would he choose to put himself in harm's way?
6. The Black Knight's sword was certainly intimidating, but it looked like it weighed a ton. Advantage, Arthur. What did he say to the king after his legs were hacked off?

A. "All right, we'll call it a draw."
B. "'Tis just a scratch. I've had worse."
C. "You're not gonna leave me here like this, are you?"
D. All of the above


7. Would a witch bitch about being hitched to a foul-smelling troll named Mitch if it allowed her to pitch - that old, black magic? Our guess would be yes, she probably would. If that makes no sense, read it again. What you're looking for is a clue to the test that Sir Bedevere wanted to perform.

8. Got a Post-it Note? If not, we'll wait…. Ready? Ok, now, what we want you to do is to think of something that would really annoy the Almighty Lord. When you come up with an answer jot
it down and then stick it on your fridge as a reminder of what not to do if and when you ever get to Heaven.

9. Pasty didn't seem too impressed when he saw Arthur's vision of Camelot. The question is why? Take a minute to think about that one and then complete the following quote: "Yes, I know, It's just …. What did you expect to see?"

10. Being able to anticipate an enemy's next move isn't always an advantage. What you want to do is to try to catch them off-guard. What took Arthur completely by surprise during his battle with the French?
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