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  GUILTY PLEASURES
Freaked
Tom Stern/Alex Winter, 1993
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Whatever advantages there are to being a mutant worm (we'll triple your points if you can think of one) are infinitely outweighed by the disadvantages. Just ask the Worm (Derek McGrath), himself. He would have sold his soul for a pleasure most of us take for granted.
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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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Hotel Transylvania
While neither seemed to bother him as much as they should have, the castle's torches and fire-breathing dragon would have to go.

Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein: Flying bats The Addams Family: The number of eyes (2), fingers (10) and toes (11) that each Addam had.  Blazing Saddles: The insane gambler  City Slickers: Curly's victim was supposedly slit from his neck to his nuts. The other incision would have run in the opposite direction - up, not down.  Men in Black: A Neuralizer  A Million Ways to Die in the West: He thought prairie dogs could read his mind. Eat one of ours and you'll be able to read theirs'  The Naked Gun: Your three pieces of paper should read as follows, "A parachute not opening, getting caught in the gears of a combine" and "having (my) nuts ripped off by a Laplander."

Freaked
He missed being able to wipe his own ass.
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Dear Mr. Frankenstein (Kevin James), we regret to inform you that the room you booked for your next visit to Hotel Transylvania is no longer available due to renovations. Our skeleton crew are working themselves to the bone to make us even more "monster friendly."
Genndy Tartakovsky, 2012
We look forward to seeing you and your family at our grand re-opening on All Hallows Eve.

Sincerely,
Count Dracula (Adam Sandler)

What changes would you make to the hotel to make Frankie's next visit a little less traumatic?

Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein (1948)

Remember Talbot's (Lon Chaney, Jr.) description of Dr. Laos (Bela Lugosi)? He told Chick (Bud Abbott) that he was looking for a man who had a "far away look" in his eye. Strange as that may sound, it wasn't nearly as strange as what Wilbur (Lou Costello) saw when he gazed into Sandra's (Lenore Aubert) eyes. What did he see?

The Addams Family (1991)

Think of a pin number or a password you use on a daily basis. Neither one is random, right? The numbers in the combination to Gomez's (Raul Julia) vault weren't chosen at random either. It's yours for the taking if you can tell us what they represented.
All questions and quizzes written by Philip Cerreta unless otherwise noted
Blazing Saddles
(1974)

If you thought the governor (Mel Brooks) was only looking out for his own interests when he signed the bill to turn a state hospital into a casino, you're wrong. Put it to a vote if you don't believe us. The "I's" and the "I.G's" would have it.

City Slickers
(1991)

Here's a question for all of you C.S.I. wannabes. Let's say a body that resembled the man who was supposedly killed by Curly (Jack Palance) in a knife fight was found while the group was digging Curly's grave. Now, we know, the odds of that happening would be astronomical, but this is a "What if?" question. You have no DNA samples to compare, only a description of the wound that was inflicted. The scars are nearly identical, but there is one small difference - the path of the incision. How would the two differ?

Men in Black
(1997)

There's no excuse for missing this one, unless you've been zapped by the device that was used to erase people's memories in Men in Black. What was the name of that gadget?
A Million Ways to Die in the West (2014)

We're going over your score. It looks like you've earned one of Anna's (Charlize Theron) double super secret cookies. Ours are identical in every way except one - the hallucinations. They seem to have the opposite effect on a person. You remember what happened when Albert (Seth MacFarlane) tried one, don't you?

The Naked Gun
(1988)

Here's a question you can have some fun with. Frank told Nordberg
that he wanted to go in one of three ways when it was his time to die. What we want you to do is to write each of those ways down on three pieces of paper. After you've done that, toss your answers into a bowl or a hat and then ask the person sitting closest to you to draw one out. Three points if you can guess the fate that was chosen for you. If you guess wrong or if a bogus answer is found, you'll forfeit those points to the person you chose. Good luck!