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  CURIOSITY KILLED
Bride of Re-Animator
Brian Yuzna, 1989
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Somebody wants to pay us how much for writing these questions? No matter what the amount was, Dr. West (Jeffrey Combs) would advise against it for the same reason he refused to accept any grant money. Do you remember what his concerns were? We do.
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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.
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Ask any true splatter fan what tagline this film was marketed under and you'd get exactly the same answer each and every time unless one of those individuals had been lobotomized. So we're not going to ask you who the words "another one" referred to. That would be too easy,
but the question does pertain to those same words. Could they have been written for the doctor (Bunny Summers) who alerted the authorities? As in, "Hurry... I think he's killed another one!?" If not, tell us why.

2. The authorities did try to resolve the matter without the use of force, but that changed when they heard what sound?

3. No one believed Herbert West (Jeffrey Combs) when he exclaimed, "I gave him life!" But he was right about one thing, he wasn't responsible for Dr. Gruber's (Al Berry) death. What did he learn from that experiment?

4. West made no attempt to hide his feelings about Dr. Hill (David Gale) or his work which he called "outdated." To drive that point home, he broke two pencils in half during one of his lectures. The first let Dr. Hill know that he disagreed with his six-to-twelve minute limit on the life of the brain stem after death. What was Dr. Hill discussing when he heard that sound again?
 

A. Dr. Gruber's theory on brain death.
B. The easiest way to remove a scalp.
C. The desire to retain one's personality in some idyllic afterlife.
Re-Animator
(1) The way we worded that question could have referred to either West or his mentor, Dr. Gruber. But either way, the correct answer is no because if anyone else had been killed prior to that, both would have been expelled from the university and/or prosecuted. Those words would also indicate that she had some knowledge of a prior experiment. (2) They broke through the door when they heard the sound of glass breaking. (3) The dosage of the serum that was administered was too large.

(4) C (5) Enough of the fascia to get one's fingers in. (6) He rarely came out of his room, his door was always closed and she never saw him eat. (7) The only correct statement is B. West turned his head away, paused and then said, "I've done all I can do here" when Cain asked him if he used his re-agent on cadavers. West's re-agent was injected directly into the brain in most cases, but it was also injected into Dr. Hill's torso. As for D, he was talking about Dean Halsey, not the first cadaver he re-animated, when he said that.

(8) Yes, it was (9) He was about to enjoy the fruits of his labor, so to speak. (10) They placed their hands over their ears when he screamed and then they covered their eyes when his eyes were gouged out.

Bride of Re-Animator
He didn't think anyone would understand his methods. He also thought someone would steal his work if he published his ideas. That doesn't mean we're not taking the first, seven-figure offer we get.
9. What would you do if you woke up and found yourself in a morgue, strapped to a table with a headless torso standing over your body, molesting you in ways you never imagined? That's exactly what happened to Megan. What was Dr. Hill trying to do her when West walked into the room?

10. The cadavers that were re-animated in the morgue all reacted in a similar way when Dean Halsey (Robert Sampson) crushed Dr. Hill's skull in. Do you remember what they did?
5. While we're on the subject of removing scalps. If what Dr. Hill said was true, it felt like peeling a large orange. There were two basics steps. The first involved making an incision at the base of the skull. What had to be cut away in the step that followed?

6. Cain (Bruce Abbott) described West as "unstable" and "a little cracked." What did Megan (Barbara Crampton) notice about West that seemed a little odd?

7. Which (if any) of the following statements are incorrect?
 

A. West lied to Cain when Cain asked West if he used his re-agent on cadavers.
B. The dosage was based on how fresh the cadaver was, not on how much a person weighed.
C. West's re-agent had to be injected directly into the brain.
D. West was talking about the first cadaver he re-animated when he told Cain, "This is the freshest body (we've) come across, save for killing ourselves."


8. West learned that the mind could control the body even if the two were detached after he decapitated Dr. Hill. Was his head the first whole part he re-animated?
Full quiz available in Volume 1 of Lights, Camera, Trivia
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Stuart Gordon, 1985