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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!
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Lights, Camera, Trivia
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All questions and quizzes written by Philip Cerreta unless otherwise noted
Nicholas Meyer, 1982
If you're not familiar with how this next question works, we provide an excerpt from one of the film's feature commentaries. Your task is to identify the scene based on that excerpt. It's that simple.
Nicholas Meyer: "Here we have one of the (most) controversial moments in the movie. People have asked, 'Why doesn't he take off the other (one)?' I always turn the question around, 'Why do you think he doesn't take off the other (one)?' It's not my job to supply answers. It's your job, as the audience, to supply answers."

10. Help Wanted: Federation starship seeks translator for interspecies communications. Must be fluent in Klingon and Vulcan and willing to travel. Send resume and the answer to the following question to Lights, Camera, Trivia. What did Spock (Leonard Nimoy) say to Saavik when he spoke to her in Vulcan?

11. What's every young man's fantasy? The answer might surprise you. Not ours, Kirk's. Someone screwed up big time. The line should have been written for Spock, not for someone who's slept with countless women across the universe. What line of dialogue are we referring to?

12. In layman's terms, tell us what the Genesis project involved and why David (Merritt Butrick) was opposed to the Federation's involvement with the project.

13. Seven words are missing from the following
exchange of dialogue. Tell us what those words are and where they belong.

Dr. McCoy (DeForest Kelley): "How did he know about Genesis?"
Kirk: "I don't know. But what's important now is to prevent him from getting his hands on it. You said it yourself, it's a bang that could rearrange the universe."
Dr. McCoy: "There still may be time."
Kirk: "We're alive only because I knew something about these ships that he didn't."


14. Picture this scenario: Kirk's attempt to disarm Captain Terrell with an exchange of phaser fire triggers a massive explosion that vaporizes everyone aboard the Regula-1 station. The shockwave rips through the Enterprise like a runaway locomotive, further damaging the already crippled ship. What course of action would Spock have taken if that happened?

15. Something bothered Dr. McCoy when Spock told Kirk to be careful. What was it?

16. The English language is filled with all sorts of words that have multiple meanings. We'll give you the definition of one. What we want you to do is to tell us how it relates to the assignment that Chekov was given when he returned to the bridge.
An instrument panel or unit, containing gauges and the controls for operating aircraft, automobiles or some type of computer system

17. The pattern to Khan's final attack, according to Spock, indicated two-dimensional thinking because he was intelligent, but not __________ .

18. Khan's last words weren't even his own. He quoted a passage from Moby Dick. Three words from that passage began with the letter H. Two will suffice, but we know you can do better than that.

19. Here's an easy question, but let's see if you can answer it in thirty-five words or less. How did Spock save the crew of the Enterprise?

20. What was the last question in the film, and to whom was it addressed?
Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
(9) It wasn't us who asked that question. But apparently, some of the hardcore fans did. They wondered why Khan removed only one of his gloves when his character was introduced. (10) He asked her what surprised her about Kirk and then remarked, "Nobody's perfect."
(11) Kirk replied, "(That's) every young man's fantasy" after Scotty remarked "(Preston's) crazy to get to space." (12) The Genesis project was a device that created life-generating matter by reorganizing the molecular structure of a barren moon or planet at a sub-atomic level. The reason why David was opposed to the Federation's involvement was because he thought they might turn it into a weapon of mass destruction.

(13) We omitted the words "You gave as good as you got." They followed "There still may be time." (14) He would have restored whatever power he could to the Enterprise, alerted Starfleet Command and then taken the ship to the nearest starbase. (15) It was the way he said it, as if Kirk were going onto the Regula-1 station alone. (16) Kirk asked Chekov to man the weapons "console" when he offered his assistance.
(17) Experienced (18) Hell, Heart and Hate. "From Hell's heart, I stab at thee. For hate's sake, I spit my last breath at thee." (19) He sacrificed his life to fix the ship's reactor, which was emitting a lethal dose of radiation. Had he not, the Enterprise wouldn't have been able to escape from the explosion that consumed the Reliant.  (20) Kirk answered "young" when McCoy asked him how he felt.


The Hidden
The infected hosts had an affinity for loud heavy metal music and fast cars. They were also prone to fits of senseless acts of violence and destruction. How many hormonally-charged, young males does that rule out? Not many.
The Hidden
Jack Sholder, 1987
If someone told us what to look for to identify the infected hosts of the body-swapping alien in The Hidden, we would have searched every high school, college campus and juvenile detention center across America. Why Lloyd Gallagher (Kyle Maclochlan) didn't do the same (a task, granted, that would have taken forever) is anyone's guess.