1. If you are a teenager living on Elm Street, what should you never do?

R. Go to sleep

B. Play with dolls

C. Go to the prom

D. Have sex

R. Go to sleep

TOPICS: We all know from “Nightmare on Elm Street” that your dreams can get you killed by Freddy Krueger. Written by Craven, a former English teacher, the film’s premise is the question of where the line between dream and reality lies. The villain, Freddy Krueger, exists in the “dream world” and yet can kill in the “real world”.

2. If you are aware of your film tradition, then you also know that you should never take which job on Halloween?

A. Hotel employee

B. Baby sitter

C. Field consultant

D. Street vendor

B. Baby sitter

TOPICS: Halloween (also known as John Carpenter’s Halloween) is a 1978 American indie horror film set in the fictional Midwestern town of Haddonfield, Illinois, on Halloween. Originally titled The Babysitter Murders, the film centers on Michael Myers ‘escape from a psychiatric hospital, his murder of teenagers, and Dr. Loomis’ attempts to track him down and stop him.

3. What should a bad motel tell you to check in?

A. No one else has checked in for weeks

B. The employee talks too much about his mother

C. The employee’s name is Norman

D. You are a thief

B. The employee talks too much about his mother

ARGUMENTS: At the end of the film, a forensic psychiatrist, Dr. Fred Richmond (Oakland), explains to Lila, Sam and the authorities that Bates’ mother, although dead, survives in Norman’s psyche. Norman was so dominated by his mother while he lived, and so guilty about killing her eight years earlier, that he tried to wipe the crime from her mind by bringing her mother back to life.

4. If you are looking for a job in Crystal Lake which offer should you not take?

A. Postman

B. Truck driver

C. Cook of the camp

D. Field consultant

D. Field consultant

TOPICS: On Friday the 13th, we learn it’s a bad job being a consultant at Camp Crystal Lake, where councilors die an extremely bloody death at the hands of an invisible killer who turns out to be the cook whose son Jason drowned 25 years earlier while neglected. by romantic advisers.

5. British actor Boris Karloff created a movie icon when he played the role of which monster?

A. Dracula

B. Werewolf

C. Frankenstein

D. Alien

C. Frankenstein

TOPICS: British actor Boris Karloff played the role of the monster in the 1931 film “Frankenstein”. The macabre make-up he wore and the staggering step he adopted in the film became conventions, even clichés, of horror films. And beyond the individual techniques Karloff used when playing the monster, he created a feeling of sympathy for the character, a technique that has since become a more general feature of successful horror films, whose monsters often gain intensity. even from a fascinating audience how to reject them.

6. Béla Lugosi was a Hungarian / American actor best known for his portrayal of which monster?

A. Dracula

B. Werewolf

C. Frankenstein

D. Alien

A. Dracula

TOPICS: Béla Ferenc Dezso Blaskó, better known as Béla Lugosi, was best known for her portrayal of Count Dracula in the American Broadway stage production, and the subsequent film, of Bram Stoker’s classic vampire story.

7. In this 1970s book and novel, a mother believes her son (played by Linda Blair in the film) is what?

R. An alien

B. The devil

C. Possessed by a demon

D. Bring the devil’s child

C. Possessed by a demon

TOPICS: Novelist William Peter Blatty based his 1971 bestseller on the last known Catholic-sanctioned exorcism in the United States. Blatty turned the little boy in the 1949 incident into a little girl named Regan, played by 14-year-old Linda Blair in the 1973 film. Suddenly prone to seizures and bizarre behavior, Regan turns out to be a handful for his actress-mother, Chris MacNeil ( played by Ellen Burstyn, although Blatty would have based the character on her neighbor Shirley MacLaine). When Regan gets completely out of hand, Chris calls the young priest Father Karras (Jason Miller), who is convinced that the girl is possessed by the devil and that they must call an exorcist: Father Merrin (Max von Sydow). His enemy does not turn out to be an ordinary demon, and both the priest and the girl experience numerous horrors during their struggles.

8. In a horror movie, you should worry if you meet a doll named like?

R. Smiley

B. Bonnie

C. Chucky

D. Dolly

C. Chucky

TOPICS: Charles Lee Ray, or Chucky for short, is a fictional character from the Child’s Play horror film series, the original script being credited as written by Don Mancini, John Lafia and Tom Holland. He is the main villain featured in the series. Chucky is a doll that was possessed by voodoo magic by serial killer Charles Lee Ray, the notorious Lakeshore strangler. During most of his time as a doll, Chucky chased after a boy named Andy Barclay because Andy was the first person he told his real name as a doll.

9. The movies also teach us that if your child warns you of “redrum” it is best that you walk away from your husband immediately. But in “The Shining” all the husband is worried about is what?

A. Work too much

B. Playing too much

C. Become a killer

D. Being murdered

A. Work too much

TOPICS: “All work and no play makes Jack a boring kid” – or, rather, a murderous kid in Stanley Kubrick’s disturbing 1980 adaptation of Stephen King’s horror novel. With wife Wendy (Shelley Duvall) and psychic son Danny (Danny Lloyd) in tow, frustrated writer Jack Torrance (Jack Nicholson) takes a job as a winter caretaker at the opulent and menacing mountain-enclosed Overlook Hotel. so you can write in peace. Before the Overlook is vacated for the Torrances, the manager (Barry Nelson) informs Jack that a previous caretaker has gone insane and slaughtered his family. Adjusting to their routine, Jack opens a shop in a cavernous hall with strict orders not to be disturbed. Danny’s alter ego, “Tony”, however, begins to warn of the “redrum” as Danny is plagued with more blood-soaked visions of the past and a stuck Jack begins visiting the hotel bar for some visions of him. Afraid of her husband’s behavior, Wendy soon learns what Jack has really been doing in her study all day and what the hotel has done to Jack.

10. You can never really go home again, or at least you shouldn’t if your neighbors belong to this profession?

A. Slaughterhouse workers

B. Morticiani

C. Chef

D. Veterinarians

A. Slaughterhouse workers

TOPICS: Tobe Hooper’s influential cult classic, The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, continues the subgenre of horror films based on the life and “career” of Wisconsin serial killer Ed Gein. When Sally Hardesty (Marilyn Burns) learns that the Texas cemetery where her grandfather is buried has been vandalized, she reunites her wheelchair-bound brother Franklin (Paul A. Partain) and several other friends to see if the remains of the grandfather are still intact. While in the area, Sally and her friends decide to visit her grandfather’s old farm. Unfortunately, a family of homicide slaughterhouse workers who take their jobs home have taken over the house next door. Included in the brood is Leatherface (Gunnar Hansen), a chainsaw-wielding human horror show wearing a face mask made of human skin. Sally’s friends are quickly exterminated one by one by the neighbors next door, leaving only Sally to fight Leatherface and his clan.

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