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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?
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Lights, Camera, Trivia
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Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace
George Lucas, 1999
Scroll through the closing credits again. It didn't say that no critters were harmed during the making of this film, did it? The creature we felt sorriest for at least gave its life for a good cause; because his demise remains the only thing we remember about this stinker. Rest (in pieces) little one.
George Lucas, 2005
War, what is it good for? Another Star Wars movie and quiz, we'd say.There's another battle raging in a galaxy far, far away and we're throwing you right into the fray. Anakin Skywalker (Hayden Christensen) has lost sight of General Grievous' (Matthew Wood)
All questions and quizzes written by Philip Cerreta unless otherwise noted
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ship due to a malfunctioning window defogger, if you can believe it, and a companion droid that's just been lobotomized. Just lead him to it and take out as many of those things as you can. They'll be all over your ship if you don't. Get it? Got it? Good!

2. "Twice the pride, double the fall." If only that were true for the Count, Dooku (Christopher Lee). Anakin did express some regret about striking him down during their lightsaber duel. Why?

3. Anyone remember how General Grievous spent most of free time? Only King George could answer that question because it wasn't answered in the film. If the droid enjoyed watching movies aboard his ship with a couple of trivia buffs from another galaxy far, far away, we'd probably decline his invitation, but not for the reason you may think.

4. If these questions aren't at all what you were expecting, we'll take it as a compliment, even if you don't like em, which brings us back to Grievous and his perception of Anakin. The droid thought someone with his reputation would be a little older. What was it about Grievous that failed to meet Anakin's expectations?
5. A grievous error in judgment? We thought so. When you have even the slightest chance to capture Obi-Wan Kenobi (Ewan McGregor) and Anakin Skywalker together, at the same time, you do whatever it takes, even if it means summoning every droid aboard your ship to get the job done. Why didn't Grievous do that?

6. When Obi-Wan ripped open General Grievous' chest-plate in the chapter entitled Utapau Chase, he saw the creature's heart and some of its other internal organs. But let's say that never happened. Let's also say he had no prior knowledge of Grievous. Would he have known that the creature wasn't a droid? The answer is yes. The question is how?

7. To anyone looking for the separatist leaders, here's a clue - it was a place very far away that included the word "Far." Someone should have given that one more thought, Mr. Sidious.

8. If the fear of loss is the path to the dark side, just let go of everything you fear to lose. How can you do that when it involves a loved one? You can't, even with the proper training, despite what Yoda (Frank Oz) says. Agree or disagree?
9. Less deliberating and more action. Isn't that what most people want in a movie? If the senate succeeded that's exactly what would have happened, which would have been a good thing because it would have made it easier for the resistance to end the war. The question is, succeeded in doing what?

10. As the Chancellor's (Ian McDiamid) personal representative on the Jedi Council, Anakin's job was to be his eyes, his ears and the voice of the Republic. There's a little voice in our head reminding us why he didn't think he'd be elected.

11. You know what really bothered Anakin after he was accepted by the council? We do and we can't say we blame him.

12. I hope right, you are, with the answer to this next question. Someone needs to school a certain Jedi Master in proper English. How would the majority of Yoda's sentences have to be restructured to make more sense?
Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith
(1) Vulture droids (2) It wasn't the Jedi way to strike an unarmed enemy which the Count literally became after he lost both of his hands in the battle. (3) Who wants to watch a movie with someone who can't stop wheezing and coughing? (4) He was shorter than he expected (maybe that was because it seemed like he was always hunched over) (5) He gave some of his droids direct orders not to leave their stations. Somebody (or something) had to keep his ship in orbit.

(6) The creature's eyes were visible beneath its mask. (7) Mustafar (8) We respect everyone's opinion but you know you ain't getting any points for disagreeing with us on this one. (9) Granting additional executive powers to the chancellor (10) The council only elected its own members.
(11) They wouldn't grant him the rank of Master Jedi. (12) Take the last two words and place them at the beginning.

Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace
Jabba the Hutt bit the head off a small, lizard-like creature, and then spat the head at a gong to signal the start of the pod race on Tatooine.
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