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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!
Frights, Camera, Trivia
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Give us a taste of fear. We sure as hell ain't swallowing what Kristen (Patricia Arquette) gulped down in the film's opening sequence to keep herself awake. Chase it with anything you like, nothing short of losing your buds would make that stuff go down any easier.
Prove us wrong. Give it a try.

2. Did it look like she was? Ask a stupid question, and you'll either get a stupid answer or no reply at all. Don't ask us how we know that, we just do. The question in question was posed to Taryn (Jennifer Rubin) when her character was introduced. If what we just said seems a bit confusing, maybe we should ask you the same thing.

3. Would you risk uncontrollable bleeding for clearer skin? Krueger (Robert Englund) might. No one knew what the possible side effects were for Hypnocil. We know what it was supposed to do. Take one before bed tonight and then call us with your answer in the morning, if and when you wake up.

4. You know where we'd place Phillip's (Bradley Gregg) character if we could take him out of this film and drop him into a parody of another? He'd find himself at a clinic that rehabilitates zombies, or at least tries. When he asks why he's there, an orderly replies, you're a AEKLRW, aren't you. Unscramble the underlined word.

5. It was Dr Simms (Priscilla Pointer), not Nancy (Heather Langenkamp),
A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors
(1) She swallowed a spoonful of coffee grounds and washed it down with some Diet Coke. Give us some room, folks, chuck's about to come up. (2) Taryn didn't say anything to Dr. Gordon when he asked her if she was getting much sleep. (3) It was a dream suppressant (4) Phillip was known as the "Walker" at the Westin Hills Psychiatric Hospital because he walked in his sleep. (5) Moral conflicts and overt sexuality

(6) Will (Ira Heiden) broke the window in his room and started shouting when he saw Phillip on the ledge. (7) She wanted all of the kids sedated at night and the doors to their rooms locked during sleeping hours. (8) Quiet (9) On the mantle over her fireplace (10) Put aside everything he learned and trusted her (11) Dirty and horribly (12) Through mass hypnosis

Wes Craven's New Nightmare
Her son (Miko Hughes) developing some sort of mental illness.
She feared that she may have passed it on because there was a history of it in her family.
Chuck Russell, 1987
Wes Craven's New Nightmare
Wes Craven, 1994
There's something to be said for fear. It's the greatest survival instinct we have. Believe it or not, Nancy's (Heather Langenkamp) greatest fear wasn't Krueger (Robert Englund). What did she say frightened her the most?
All questions and quiizzes written by Philip Cerreta unless otherwise noted
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who told Phillip that he wouldn't make any progress until he started recognizing his dreams for what they actually were; by-products of guilt and psychological scars stemming from _________ .

6. If anyone could have saved Phillip up from the nightmare that killed him it would have been Kristen. Not because she had the power to pull others into her dreams, because of the set of lungs on that girl. He was awake when he plunged to his death, but it wasn't her screams that did it.

7. Some of the rules and policies at the clinic would have been changed after Phillip's death if Dr. Simms got her way. Which ones?

8. "Ain't gonna dream no more, ain't gonna dream no more." All night long, Kincaid (Ken Sagoes) sang that song in a padded cell that should have been called the, "Not-so __________ room."

9. Bring it, Krueger - if you can get past what was brought to us; the Malaysian dream doll that brought good dreams. Nancy thought it worked. Where did she keep it?

10. Would you like to know the truth about Krueger's lost tooth? The fairy that
haunts his dreams snatched it from under his pillow the night he tried to swallow Kristen alive. You don't believe us? Okay, what about the one about Krueger, himself? Nancy wouldn't tell Dr. Gordon (Craig Wasson) what she knew about him until he did what?

11. "He wears a brown hat. He's burned and he has razors on his right hand." The question (and answer) to this one, kids, isn't who is, Freddy Krueger, but rather, what adjectives were left out of that description?

12. Have you ever tried to fall asleep with even a small group of people at the exact same time? Someone always nods off before or after the others. Nancy made it happen with Dr. Gordon's help. How was that accomplished?
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