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  WHAT'S EATING YOU?
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(1) EKG paddles and Dopamine (2) She wanted to see if it could be done. She also wanted to do it before anyone else did. (3) Biomechanical Extrautero Thermal Incubator (4) He chose to contain the creature before tending to Elsa. (5) High-sucrose "foodstuff"  (6) He said he was, but he wasn't. He was trying to kill her. (7) We don't remember that happening and neither did Elsa. (8) She was using her pointed tongue to catch raindrops in the barn. (9) Elsa's cat (10) Elsa

The Mist
The generator could have been used if the exhaust pipe was cleaned. But he never made it that far.
 
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!
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Lights, Camera, Trivia
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Throw on some scrubs and lend us a hand. You see that thing coming out of the birthing tank? We'll help you create one of your own if you can help us save its life. Just tell us what you need. Someone (we won't say whom) asked for the same thing(s) in the film's
opening sequence.

2. Just because something can be done, doesn't mean it should. But we'll listen if you want to make a case for Dren (Delphine Chaneac). Go ahead. Use any one of Elsa's (Sarah Polley) reasons. That's what we're looking for here.

3. Don't ask and we won't tell, unless you really want to know how Dren was created. Take one human ovum, impregnate it with some genetically altered DNA and then wait for the results. You'll need one other thing - BETI. The hybrid species wouldn't have been possible without her. Or should we say, "Its" assistance. Anyone remember what those letters stood for?

4. Think fast, that little creature of yours is trying to escape while your colleague is going into shock. The venom could kill her in a matter of minutes. It might
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Vincenzo Natali, 2010
More questions, more monsters in The Monster Book of Movie Monster Trivia
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also kill you if you can't contain it. What do you do? Or rather, what do you do first? We know what Clive (Adrien Brody) did.

5. Could you stick to a diet that consisted of chlorophyll, roughage, bean curd and enriched starch? That's what was fed to Dren, along with this tasty little treat to make it more desirable.

6. Starve a cold and drown a fever? That can't be right unless the person can breathe underwater. Was Clive aware of Dren's amphibious lungs when he did what he did?

7. Place a couple of territorial males in a confined area and watch what happens. They didn't go in that way - they being the designer organisms. One morphed into the opposite gender. Our question is this, should they have been separated before that happened? The answer is
yes if either one exhibited any hostility towards the other prior to the presentation.

8. Now you see it, now you don't. And that's a shame because if we had a tongue like Dren's, we'd show it off. What was she doing when it appeared for the first and only time?

9. Children need to be taught that they can't always get what they want, at an early age. It's a part of growing up. What was it that Dren wanted that she couldn't have?

10. Dren's erratic behavior may have been caused by "Disproportionate species identification," whatever that meant. Who came to that conclusion?
The Mist
Frank Darabont, 2007
Those who ventured into The Mist in the film of the same name did so for different reasons. Only a handful made it out alive. Norm (Chris Owen), the bagboy, was among those who did not. How would the story have changed if he survived his encounter with the monstrosity that took his life?