Halloween Horror Movie Marathon Quiz

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Halloween Horror Movie Marathon Quiz - Quiz

Do you know anything about horror movies? You could undoubtedly have a horror movie marathon with all ten Halloween movies. They come in the order as follows: 1978 - Halloween, 1981 - Halloween II, 1982 - Season of the Witch, Halloween 3, and Halloween 4: 1989 - The Return of Michael Myers, Halloween: 1995 - The Curse of Michael Myers, , Halloween H20 1998, Halloween’s Resurrection, Halloween 2002, Halloween 2007, and Halloween 2009. If you would like to discover more, take this quiz.

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  • 1. 

    Michael Myers' mask, in John Carpenter's Halloween, is of which famous actor?

    In John Carpenter's Halloween, Michael Myers' mask is famously made from a modified William Shatner mask. The production team spray-painted the mask white and altered the hair to create the iconic look of the character. This choice was made due to the limited budget and resources available at the time, but it ended up becoming a defining feature of the film and a recognizable symbol of the Halloween franchise.

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    True or False: Tina's death, in Wes Craven's A Nightmare on Elm Street, were she is dragged up the wall and across the ceiling while her boyfriend watches helplessly was accomplished through blue screen effects.

    The bedroom set was built in a rotating framework. The camera had to be bolted to the wall and the boyfriend strapped to the floor, his hair locked in place with gel cement, and his clothes starched so they wouldn't move.

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    True of False:  Peter Jackson's zombie gore-fest Braindead (AKA Dead Alive) was rented to theaters with supplemental barf-bags.

    To this day "Braindead" remains the goriest film ever made (measured in gallons of blood used during production). About 600 gallons total were used, and during the films climax it was pumped onto the screen at over 5 gallons a second.

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    In Shaun of the Dead, directed by Edgar Wright, who is the first of the party do die once they reach the safety of the Winchester?

    In the movie "Shaun of the Dead," Barbara, who is Shaun's mother, is the first person from their party to die once they reach the safety of the Winchester.

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    True or False: The name "Pinhead" was not given to the lead Cenobite in Clive Barker's Hellraiser until later films in the series.

    "Pinhead" was a name the makeup crew joked about when applying actor Doug Bradley's prosthetics.

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    True or False: Stanley Kubrick demanded 127 takes for one scene in The Shining.

    Kubrick was known for his perfectionism, often demanding dozens of takes. The famous scene of blood pouring from the elevators, while only requiring three takes, took over a year to shoot as a result of Kubrick's high standards.

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    The star of Stuart Gordon's Re-Animator, Jeffery Combs, also has a major role in another film being shown in this marathon.  Name the character and film.

    Jeffery Combs plays the character Milton Dammers in the film The Frighteners.

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    True or False: Because of it's non-existent budget much of Tobe Hooper's The Texas Chainsaw Massacre was done practically with real human bones, dead animals, rotting food, and even real blood.

    It was cheaper to buy real human bones from India than it was to buy plastic ones. As for the blood, in a scene were Leatherface chops off a woman's finger they couldn't get the tube the squirted fake blood out of the knife to work so they shot the first part of the sequence with a real (albeit small) cut.

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    Which famous director created the story, wrote the script, and produced Tobe Hooper's Poltergeist?

    Steven Spielberg is the correct answer because he is a famous director who not only created the story and wrote the script for Tobe Hooper's Poltergeist but also produced the film. Spielberg's involvement in the project brought his signature style and quality to the film, making it a successful and memorable horror movie.

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