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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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Pacific Rim
(1) They couldn't escape into our world until a fissure opened between two tectonic plates in the Pacific Ocean. That portal was known as The Breach.
(2) The Drift was a mind meld between two individuals, shared memories that were critical to each Jaeger's success. The deeper the bond, the better it fought. If you need a better explanation than that, watch the film's special features or ask Spock. (3) The acid factor of the creatures' blood and waste could (and did) contaminate an entire city. (4) An object last seen in Hannibal's possession that would have reminded Raleigh of the creature that killed his brother would have been his switchblade because it was a Knifehead Kaiju.

(5) Yes and no, she ran when she spotted the creature. The mistake she made was that she didn't keep running. It found her hiding behind a dumpster. (6) How similar the Kaiju were to one another  (7) He believed the creatures were attacking under direct orders, consuming one world and moving onto the next. (8) They shouldn't have severed the creature's wing at that altitude. (9) Pump the cavity full of CO2 to delay the acidic reaction.
(10) The Jaeger locked onto one of the creatures and rode it into the depths.


Mighty Joe Young
Beautiful Dreamer
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More questions, more monsters in The Monster Book of Movie Monster Trivia
Rock, paper, giant ape. There's no winning that game, unless you know what soothes the savage beast. For Joe, all it usually took was a couple of bananas and the sound of Jill's (Terry Moore) voice whenever she whistled or sang what song?
Mighty Joe Young
Ernest B. Schoedsack, 1949
Creatures the size of buildings just don't come out of nowhere unless they're extraterrestrial in origin. If the Kaiju weren't, how and/or why did they remain hidden for so long?
Guillermo del Toro, 2013
2. To fight monsters, we created monsters of our own. Well, not us specifically, those who were involved with the Jaeger program. What they learned through trial and error was that it took two pilots who were Drift compatible to control each one. What did that mean?

3. If Darwin was alive today, he would have taken a particular interest in the Kaiju's ability to adapt and evolve so quickly. The shit we learned about their excrement was first reported in the Philippines. We wouldn't bring it up or put it out there, so to speak, if it wasn't such a cause for concern.

4. The only good Kaiju in Raleigh's (Charlie Hunnam) opinion, and most everyone else's, was a dead Kaiju. If you want ours'... you don't? Ok, then choose a hand and see if you can guess what else is on our mind. Right? That clue is an extended finger pointing in the direction of an object last seen in Hannibal Chau's (Ron Perlman) possession. In our left is a crumpled up note that reads, "It would have reminded Raleigh of the creature that killed his brother (Diego Klattenhoff)."

5. In the event of a Kaiju sighting, run as fast as you can to the nearest exit and
don't look back, unless you want to see what happened to those who walked. Did Mako (Rinko Kikuchi) get it right the day her parents were killed?

6. We can't tell you how many times we've questioned a choice that ultimately led to a character's demise. It's those decisions that make movies so much fun. It's also what keeps us in business. What we don't to is ponder them aloud while viewing a film with strangers. That would be annoying and nuts. What was Newton (Charlie Day) talking about when Gottlieb (Burn Gorman) half-heartedly joked, "This is the point where he goes completely crazy"?

7. Newton was like a kid in a candy store when he saw the specimens that Chau acquired. What he really wanted was a second Kaiju brain to drift with, one that was completely intact and still alive, but, as one could imagine, those are a little hard to come by. What did he learn from his first drift with the Kaiju?

8. You haven't lived until you've been dropped by a Kaiju from an altitude of 50,000 feet. There's only one way to survive that without a parachute - loosen the Jaeger's shock
absorbers, use its gyroscope as balance and then ball up and brace for impact. What mistake nearly cost Raleigh and Mako their lives?

9. Hang on there, kiddo. We know you're anxious to see what's inside one of those things, but in order to harvest the internal organs, it's important to do this first, or you could end up as a puddle of goo underneath someone's shoe.

10. Thou shall not pass - onto the next quiz until you've answered this question. The plan to breach the Breach, as we understood it, involved making the Kaiju think you were one of them. How was that accomplished?