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Evil Dead 2: Dead by Dawn
Sam Raimi, 1987
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When Ash found Linda in the woods, he knew that something was wrong because she was laughing hysterically. He was also frightened by her appearance, and by the way she moved. Did he back away when he saw what she became, move closer or … Remember who we're talking about here, kids. A stupid answer may very well be the correct one.
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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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She didn't do it, why should you have to, right? Because we said so and there's no other way to ace this quiz, that's why. The first question here is about the first question in the film.
Figure it out.
2.  Been there, done that for no reason at all other than stupidity. How did the person who called Casey (Drew Barrymore) explain himself when she asked him why he dialed the wrong number again?

3. Who doesn't love a good scary movie, or scary movies in general? We can name at least one person; Sidney Prescott (Neve Campbell). As much as we hate to admit it, she did have a point. Most do tend to portray women as helpless and sometimes brainless victims. Even this film was guilty of the latter. For instance, why did Casey keep answering the phone?

4. We'll say this much for Casey, she didn't go down without a fight. It took three stab wounds to kill her. She was also AEDGLNRST, which was why no one heard her cries for help. Unscramble the underlined word.

5. If someone really wants to kill you, odds are, they're going to succeed, no matter how smart or cautious you are. So what good are precautions, right? What advice were the students of Woodsboro High given in the wake of Casey's murder?

6. Let's backtrack for a moment. Casey could have described the caller's face to
Scream
(1) Casey never answered the first question she was asked. (2) He told her he called back to apologize. (3) Your guess is as good as ours. Maybe she was expecting a call from her boyfriend, or someone else. (4) Strangled (5) They were told to go straight home after school, avoid strangers and to travel in groups.

(6) Billy and Stuart (7) The puncture mark that was left in the front door. (8) There was no way to trace it back to any one individual because the costume was sold at every five-and-dime store across the state. He also discovered what the name of the costume was (Father Death).
(9) Tatum's mom answered the phone. (10) You could never have sex. You could never drink or do drugs. And you could never, ever, say,
"I'll be right back."

Evil Dead 2: Dead by Dawn
He backed away. We had to stop and think about that one too.
Wes Craven, 1996
Full quiz available in Volume 1 of Lights, Camera, Trivia
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a police sketch artist had she survived. Two other characters in the film also saw the face of the person who killed them. Do you remember who they were?

7. You might need to put your thinking cap on for this next question. Let's say the killer succeeded in disposing of Sidney. Let's also say she was the killer's first victim, and no trace of her body was found. What evidence would you have of the weapon that was used to kill her?

8. Every psycho or horror icon not named Norman Bates needs a distinctive look. Dressing up like one of your favorites is part of what makes attending the conventions (or just spooking the neighborhood kids) so much fun. The one/two in this film became known as the Ghostface Killer. What did Deputy Dewey (David Arquette) discover when he tried to trace the purchase of the costume that was found near the Prescott house?

9. Picture this scenario: The phone rings. And then it rings again. When you pick it up a voice crackles, "Hello, (your name here)…" It sounds exactly like the person who tried to kill you, but that can't be because that person is behind bars. You ask yourself, "There's
no way he could call me from jail, is there?" That trick worked like a charm. It fooled us, it fooled Sidney and we're sure it fooled you. Our question is, did Sidney answer that call directly or was the phone picked up by someone else?

10. Dumb luck is usually what keeps even the smartest characters alive in horror movies. The really smart ones run and never look back. There are other ways to survive one, but you gotta know the rules and stick to em. Name the three that Randy (Jamie Kennedy) mentioned.