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  THAT AIN'T THE WIND HOWLING!
The Wolf Man
George Waggner, 1941
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Did you know that even those who are pure of heart and say their prayers at night may become a wolf when the autumn moon is bright? We didn't, but apparently some can and do. What else needs to happen, apart from having your throat ripped out by one of the beasts?
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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.
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Universal Monsters: Monster Movie Quiz
Bride of Frankenstein: It cried Creature From The Black Lagoon: When one of the creature's claws was found in the fishing net.
Dracula: Dracula was the spider, "Spinning his web for the unwary fly." He also added, "The blood is the life." Frankenstein: The monster obeyed Henry when he asked it to sit. Frankenstein Meets The Wolf Man: Our money's on Harry, not because he was the world's greatest escape artist, but because of the way the Wolf Man would attempt to get out of his straight jacket - by tearing it to shreds with his teeth. You try doing that while you're hanging upside down.

The Invisible Man: Whatever food he ate remained visible until it was completely digested. The Mummy: He hid the scroll in a wall safe behind a bookcase. Phantom of the Opera: He attended a masquerade ball under the guise of The Red Death. Son of Frankenstein: The Monster's blood pressure was three times that of a normal man and the cells in its body were battling one another.

The Wolf Man
Wolfbane has to bloom, according to the poem.
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A three-fingered amputee could count the number of monsters who did what Henry's (Colin Clive) did (on one hand) in Bride of Frankenstein (1935) when the Hermit (O.P. Heggie) thanked god for sending him a friend. It never happened again, atleast not to our
Monster Movie Quiz, 2017
recollection, but it should have when he (Boris Karloff) and his bride were pronounced Mr. and Mrs Monster. Go figure.

Creature From The Black Lagoon (1954)

At some point in every monster movie, the monster becomes the prey. Dr. Maia (Antonio Moreno) didn't venture into the Black Lagoon to find a living specimen of the creature, he was only looking for the fossilized remains of another. When did his search become a search for the creature itself?

Dracula (1931)

The ruined castle, the coffins, Dracula's hypnotic stare… any one of those should have been enough to convince Renfield (Dwight Frye) of the stories he heard. He was even given a warning of some type after Dracula (Bela Lugosi) introduced himself. What would Professor Van Helsing (Edward Van Sloan) have been referring to if he remarked, "You should have fled the castle when you heard that"?

Frankenstein (1931)

You hear that sound? It's an electric buzz saw. We're not taking any chances with the corpse we're about to re-
All questions and quizzes written by Philip Cerreta unless otherwise noted
animate. If it doesn't listen, it's going back in the grave, minus a limb or two. How did Henry (Colin Clive) prove to Dr. Waldman (Edward Van Sloan) that the monster (Boris Karloff) understood what he was saying?

Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man (1943)

Ladies and gentlemen, the main event is about to begin. Man vs. beast. Who will escape from their restraints first to slay the other? If the contest pitted the creature that Larry (Lon Chaney Jr.) became against Harry Houdini, and both were fitted with straight jackets and hung upside down, who do you think would win?

The Invisible Man (1933)

You wouldn't think an invisible man would have to hide while he was invisible. Unless… well, you'll have to figure that one out for yourself. It was the reason why Dr. Griffin (Claude Rains) "disappeared" for an hour or two each day.

The Mummy (1932)

Why settle for a museum exhibit on mummification when you can experience a ritual that raises one from the dead? To do that, we'll need the scroll that brought
Osiris back to life. If it was returned to the place we're thinking of, the person to ask is Sir Joseph Whemple (Arthur Byron).

Phantom of the Opera (1925)

Join us if you dare for one hell of a good scare. Three séances will be held at the Paris Opera House in an attempt to conjure a phantom (Lon Chaney) spirit. The first will take place at the stroke of midnight on the anniversary of his passing, the second on All Hallows Eve. The last when a faint whisper cries, "Nevermore." Explain how the writings of Poe enabled him to walk among the living..

Son of Frankenstein (1939)

We dare you to take another step closer. You'll have to if you want to conduct a thorough examination of the Monster (Boris Karloff). Two bullets were found in the creature's heart when the Baron (Basil Rathbone) did it. What else did he find?