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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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Before she saw Krueger (Robert Englund) in the first nightmare she experienced, Tina (Amanda Wyss) heard the sound of his finger-knives scrapping along a pipe. She also heard some clattering. Our question is, what did she hear after that? Was it his maniacal laugh,
the bleating of a sheep or the sound of his finger-knives tearing through a sheet?

2. If we saw what Nancy (Heather Langenkamp) did the night Tina was murdered, we would have interpreted it as a bad omen. How else would you explain what happened?

3. "One, two, Freddy's coming for you…" Whoever wrote the old jump rope song about Krueger probably never met him. What makes us say that?

4. Any mention of another Nightmare on Elm Street movie with Robert Englund would get our attention. How did Krueger get Tina's in the second nightmare she experienced?

5. No more answers until you've read all of the questions. After you've done that, scream them out, all at once. That would confuse anyone coming after you with a set of finger-knives. What was Nancy referring to when she asked Rod (Nick Corri), "What do you mean, all at once?"

6. When Nancy asked Rod why he didn't try to save Tina's life, he replied, "Because I thought it was just another nightmare." We'll buy that. How did his death differ from hers?
A Nightmare on Elm Street
(1) His maniacal laugh (2) The crucifix that fell off the wall. (3) When did a locked door or a crucifix ever stop Krueger? (4) He threw a couple of pebbles at the window in her mother's bedroom. (5) Rod told Nancy that four slash marks appeared on Tina's abdomen all at once. "It was as if there were four razors, cutting her at the same time, but invisible ones."

(6) There was no blood. Krueger hung Rod with a bedsheet in his jail cell to make his death look like a suicide. (7) "No Students Allowed"
(8) Nancy burned her arm on a steam-pipe to wake herself up from the nightmare she experienced in her English class. (9) The four-digit number that appeared throughout the film was 1428 (The Thompson's house number). 1 + 4 + 2 + 8 x 2 = 30.
(10) She took back every bit of energy she gave him.

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.
Full quiz available in Volume 1 of Lights, Camera, Trivia
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Wes Craven, 1984
7. Given Krueger's agenda, you'd almost expect there to be a welcome sign outside his lair. Not the type of sign that Nancy saw. Did it read, "Restricted Area: Keep Out," "No Students Allowed" or "Proceed with Caution"?

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 based on that excerpt. It's that simple.

Heather Langenkamp: "You see the beginning of Nancy's ingenuity at this moment, defining grave action."
Wes Craven: "This is the introduction, along with Amanda's dream up front, of things that happen to you in the dream come with you. In other words, if you're hurt in the dream, you'll be hurt when you wake up which is the spookiest part of the whole concept."


9. A typical nightmare registered as a five or a six on the EEG equipment that was used at the sleep clinic. If you don't remember what Nancy's registered as, we'll give you a clue. It equaled a four-digit number that appeared throughout the film (if you added those numbers together and then
multiplied them by two). Don't ask us how we come up with these things, we just do.

10. Before Nancy turned her back on Krueger, she took something from him. Something he couldn't survive without, at least not in the real world. What was it?
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?