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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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The story began with a definition of the word Lycanthrophy. Three other words on the same page of the encyclopedia that was opened also appeared in capital letters. Do you remember what they were?
We do.
2. 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?

3. Every werewolf was marked with a five-pointed star. It appeared on Bela's (Bela Lugosi) forehead while he was reading Jenny's (Fay Helm) fortune, but she didn't see it. Why not?

4. Unlike the creature that David Naughton's character became in An American Werewolf in London, Larry's (Lon Chaney Jr.) transformation was more subtle and a lot less painful. He knew his body was changing when he noticed an excess amount of hair. Was it on his face, his arms or his legs?

5. The date is May 18th, 2007. Fangoria's Weekend of Horrors has come to the Hilton hotel in Burbank California for three days of fun-filled terror. It's the first convention you've ever attended and you're spending cash like your name is Trump; a signed-replica of the Predator's mask, a rare, first-edition copy of Chamber of Darkness #7, signed by
The Wolf Man
(1) Legend and Talbot Castle (2) Wolfbane has to bloom, according to the poem. (3) The mark couldn't be seen by the creature's next victim. (4) His legs (5) One of the two canes that Gwen recommended in her father's antique shop, either the one with the solid gold top or the one that was mounted with a dog's head. 

(6) Schizophrenia (7) Frank was the gamekeeper for his estate.(8) "Not that I know of." (9) He told them he was doing the same thing they were doing. He was out in the woods hunting. (10) He thought Larry was killed by a wolf when he tried to save Gwen.

Creature From The Black Lagoon
When one of the creature's claws was found in the fishing net
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George Waggner, 1941
Creature From The Black Lagoon
Richard Carlson, 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?
legendary artist Bernie Wrightson, a half-dozen vintage movie posters, even a hug from Shawnee Smith. What more could a fanboy ask for, right? "How about the silver-handled, walking cane that was used by Lon Chaney in the Wolf Man?" the person in front of you asks while waiting in line to meet Eric Red. "What about it? I'd trade everything I own just to be able to touch it." "If you love the original Wolf Man movie, there's an auction at 2:30. One of the items up for sale is a walking cane." What would you see when you got there, knowing the original belonged to collector Bob Burns?

6. When Larry asked his father if he believed a man could become a wolf, his father replied, "Most anything can happen to a man in his own mind." That was because he believed Lycanthrophy was a variety of what mental illness?

7. If Frank (Patrick Knowles) went to Larry's father with the suspicions he had, it may have convinced him of his son's story because he trusted that person. What was that trust based on?

8. "Have you ever met a werewolf?" Neither have we. Dr. Lloyd (Warren Williams) answered that question with
a reply that included the words "I (and) know."

9. Mind telling us where you've been? And why your breath reeks of raw meat? Don't you dare lie to us. There's a silver bullet with your name on it if we don't believe a word of it. How did Larry explain what he was doing out in the woods, all alone, to the hunters that spotted him?

10. Colonel Montford (Raplh Bellamy) obviously didn't see what John saw when the Wolf Man reverted back to his human form. If he had, he wouldn't have come to this conclusion.
More questions, more monsters in The Monster Book of Movie Monster Trivia