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The Great Mythical Monster Survival Quiz
(1) E, (2) C, (3) B, (4) A, (5) D

The Beast From 20,000 Fathoms
Its clavicle suspension
 
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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No one's killing any monsters that aren't trying to kill us under our watch. Not today. This here, kids, is a lesson in live and let live, coexisting, if not peacefully, then at least in one piece. Can we get an amen and a guttural growl to that?
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Liderc
1. What's for breakfast? These bizarre, Hungarian gender-shifting bloodsuckers, served on a toasted bagel before they hatch from their tiny eggs. Like their Asian dream cousins, these creatures exert pressure on their victims while they sleep, but their embrace is usually associated with sex and lust. All that and trinkets of hoarded gold if one takes an extra liking to you, which, of course, could lead to all sorts of other trouble. It's a trap!

The Hydra
2. Perhaps the most famous monster Hercules ever battled, and for good reason. A nine-headed beast with the ability to grow two more every time one is cut off. How do you kill something like that? You can't. Not when one of those heads is immortal. The creature's breath alone could kill a man. An Olympian-sized task if ever there was one.
It's Not All Greek To Us, 2018
The Beast From 20,000 Fathoms
Eugene Lourie, 1953
20,000 fathoms down. A 10-letter word for a large bracket or block that projects from a wall to support a balcony or some type of cornice. Drawing a blank? It's cantilever. What part of the creature's body appeared to be cantileveric?
The Dullahan
3. You want to take this one? It's calling for you. A galloping headless horsemen, who, for your sake, hopefully doesn't stop. If it does, it means you're about to die. Our advice to anyone who has been "marked" would be ... That's how the last fortunate soul lived to tell about it.

Kuntilanak
4. Look this creature in the eye, and it'll suck yours out, before it eats your organs! Fear not, ladies, these beautiful, pale-skinned demons only prey on men. When should you run? As soon as you hear the sound of a crying baby that A. is either nowhere to be found or B. isn't your own. You already knew and do that? Fine, then answer this question - Which of the following means of escape will work in the creature's favor, instead of your own?

Draugr
5. Where these undead creatures dwell some would
call hell, lying for all eternity, until provoked, in their graves. Also called dréag, dreygur, and draugen, the "Again Walkers" are renown for their ability to transform into anything they wish and can appear in the dreams of a sleeper. However, unlike a dream that feels fleeting, their appearance leaves the dreamer feeling like they were visited by something real and really terrible.

A) Let them get a whiff of your stinky clothes.
B) Offer the creature some gold if you have any. It's the only thing they're afraid of.
C) Quickly cauterize whatever wounds you're able to inflict and then drop a big ass rock on it.
D) The sight of an open pair of scissors will keep these malicious beings away.
E) Trickery is your best bet. Convince it to attempt an impossible task and they will be at it forever.
All questions and quiizzes written by Philip Cerreta unless otherwise noted
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