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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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If you told somebody that you were writing a book called The Silence of the Lambs and gave that person three guesses to figure out what it was about, they'd probably assume that it was some type of children's story, even if they were given a few random clues.
That's what Anthony Hopkins thought. What did the title of the film refer to?

2. Hand it over; the dossier that Starling (Jodie Foster) was handed on Lecter when she accepted the assignment to interview him. You'll get it back at the end of this quiz if you can name one of the other two items she was given - and guess the one we would have kept, signed and partially eaten by you know who.

3. Very few lines in a movie are character specific when you think about it. Take what Dr. Chilton's (Anthony Heald) said to Starling at the asylum, for example. The same could have been written for Lecter, give or take a few pronouns. What were Dr. Chilton's first words?


A. "Crawford's very clever, isn't he, using you? A pretty young woman to turn him on. I don't believe Lecter's seen a woman in eight years. Oh, are you ever his taste! So to speak."
B. "He's a monster. A pure psychopath. It's so rare to capture one alive."
C. "You know, we get a lot of detectives here. But I must say I can't ever remember one as attractive."


4. Can you do a thorough examination of a subject from afar? That would depend on what you're
The Silence of the Lambs
(1) One of Starling's worst childhood memories. It also referred to her effort to save Catherine Martin. (2) A copy of the questionnaire (our choice) and a special ID. (3) B (4) He pretended like he couldn't read her ID.
(5) She wouldn't have gotten the answers she wanted if Lecter's nemesis was there.

(6) He asked Catherine if she was a size 14. (7) She discovered that it was an anagram for the words, "Miss the rest of me." (8) Someone would have forced him to swallow his own tongue and then he would have been bludgeoned to death. (9) He wanted a cell with a view, in a federal institution that was far away from Dr. Chilton. (10) He was listening to music

Texas Chainsaw Massacre
He asked Erin (Jessica Biel) to wipe her feet.
Full quiz available in Volume 1 of Lights, Camera, Trivia
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Jonathan Demme, 1991
examining and how far back you actually are. Starling was repeatedly told to keep away from the glass. The question here is how Lecter got her to move closer to it.

5. Dr. Chilton wanted to accompany Starling to Lecter's cell, but she insisted on going alone. Why?

6. "What does he do, this man you seek? What is the principle thing he does? What needs does he serve by killing?" Those questions were raised in the chapter entitled The Screaming Lambs. Where did the first clue come from in regard to Bill's (Ted Levine) agenda?

7. Put your answers in the box! If we have to say it again, something else is going in one. The FBI discovered Buffalo Bill's real name through the list of names that were acquired from the John Hopkins' medical center and their own Known Offenders list. What did Starling discover about the name Hester Mofet?

8. An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth. Let the punishment fit the crime, we say. What would have happened to Lecter if a correctional officer felt the same way and allowed someone to avenge Miggs' (Stuart Rudin) death?
9. Wouldn't it have been ironic if Lecter was promised a transfer to a VA hospital in (of all places) Buffalo, New York in exchange for the profile that Starling needed? A trip to Plum island (under a SWAT team's surveillance, of course) also would have been nice, but what he really wanted was this.

10. That's it, kids. There ain't no more questions. Not here. You know where to find the rest. One more? Alright. Was Lecter meditating, listening to music, reading or working on one of his drawings when he asked for a few extra minutes?
We hear there's a family of cannibals in Texas that welcomes uninvited guests - for dinner. There's just one thing you gotta do for Old Monty (Terrence Evans) if he answers the door. It's nothing to worry about, just a bit odd given what was inside the place.
Texas Chainsaw Massacre
Marcus Nispel, 2003