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Quiz from October 31st, 2017
Each answer is worth 1 point with the exception of the Money Ball Question, which is worth 3 if correct, minus 1 if incorrect and the picture round, where each question has two parts with a point for each part correctly answered, three points if you get both parts right. Answering all questions correctly is worth 50 points.
S. C. A. R. E. – A Frightening Films Round
one of the answers to these questions begins with “S”, one with “C”, one with “A”, one with “R” and one with “E”
- What 1968 film starring Mia Farrow and directed by Roman Polanski is based on a novel by Ira Levin?
- In the classic 1954 monster movie Them! what kind of creatures grow to enormous size after exposure to radiation?
- The title of what 1987 horror movie that was a sequel to a 1981 film, both directed by Sam Raimi, is subtitled Dead By Dawn?
- What 2008 movie takes the form of found footage discovered in a camcorder by the Department of Defense after an attack by a giant creature on New York City?
Moneyball Question: What 1977 horror film starring Jessica Harper is one of the most well-known movies directed by Italian filmmaker Dario Argento?
Picture Round – Creepy TV
- This is a still from what television program? What is the name of this recurring character, who appeared on the program?
- By what name is this television character most commonly referred? What is the name of the actress who plays her?
- This is a still from what television program? What is the name of the character in the picture?
- This is a scene from a well-known episode of what anthology series? Who is the actor in the foreground of the scene?
- What is the name of the actor who played this television character? What was the title of the 1921 silent film classic that he starred in with Charlie Chaplin at the age of six?
G. H. O. S. T. – A Fill in the Blanks Literary Round
one of the answers to these questions begins with “G”, one with “H”, one with “O”, one with “S” and one with “T”
- Classic 1886 novel by Robert Louis Stevenson: The _____ Case Of Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde?
- French author of the 1910 novel The Phantom Of The Opera: _____ Leroux?
- Acclaimed 2007 novel by Joe Hill: The _____ Box?
- Last Stephen King novel set in the fictional town of Castle Rock, published in 1991: Needful _____?
Moneyball Question: Book by Horace Walpole, published in 1764 and considered the first Gothic horror novel: The Castle Of _____?
G. H. O. U. L. – A Nasty Characters (Both Real and Fictional) Round
one of the answers to these questions begins with “G”, one with “H”, one with “O”, one with “U” and one with “L”
- What was the name of the man who tortured Winston Smith in Room 101 in George Orwell’s classic 1949 novel Nineteen Eighty-Four?
- What word was used by the Nazis to describe anyone that they considered to be inferior to the Aryan race, which is what they viewed themselves to be?
- What Belgian King is notorious for his inhumane treatment of the people of the Congo Free State, an African colony he created for his own personal benefit?
- What James Bond villain’s first name is Auric?
Moneyball Question: What was the name of the man often referred to as America’s first serial killer, who briefly lived in Irvington, Indianapolis?
C. A. N. D. Y. – A Candy Round
one of the answers to these questions begins with “C”, one with “A”, one with “N”, one with “D” and one with “Y”
- What miniature candies, which come two flavors to a box, such as Strawberry and Grape, the most popular flavor combination, are sold by The Willy Wonka Candy Company, a subsidiary of Nestlé?
- What chewing gum was created in 1899 by a New York City druggist and promoted as an aid to oral hygiene?
- What candy bar, consisting of nougat covered with chocolate, was invented in 1925 and named after a dance popular at the time?
- What candy, similar to jawbreakers, and introduced in 1957 at the height of the Cold War, contains capsaicin, the compound that gives chili peppers their heat?
Moneyball Question: What chocolate bar, manufactured in Britain, once created a certain amount of controversy with its advertising slogan: “It’s Not For Girls!”?
O. O. O. O. H. – A Music Round
four of the answers to these questions begins with “O” and one with “H”
- What Stephen Foster song, first published in 1848, features the lyrics: “The sun so hot I froze to death”?
- What boy band were formed during the first season of the MTV reality series Making The Band, which first aired in 2000?
- What 1973 Led Zeppelin album’s cover features children crawling on The Giant’s Causeway, which is a naturally occurring phenomenon located in Northern Ireland?
- What Giuseppe Verdi opera, first performed in 1887, is based on one of Shakespeare’s plays?
Moneyball Question: What is the title of Mike Oldfield’s third album, released in 1975, which shares its pronunciation, but not its spelling, with the Irish Gaelic word for “Idiot”?