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Question 1: What does the following picture show?

  Brad Dourif voices Chucky in Child's Play series
  Zombies in Romero's influential Night of the Living Dead.
  Boris Karloff as Frankenstein's Monster
  Brad Dourif voices Chucky in Child's Play series

Question 2: Jaws is often credited as being one of the first films to use traditionally ________ elements such as horror and mild gore in a big-budget Hollywood film.
B movies (Hollywood Golden Age)B movies (1980s to the present)B movieB movies (The exploitation boom)

Question 3: The seemingly-endless sequels to Halloween, Friday the 13th (1980), and Wes Craven's successful supernatural slasher ________ (1984) were the popular face of horror films in the 1980s.
Wes Craven's New NightmareA Nightmare on Elm StreetA Nightmare on Elm Street (franchise)Freddy Krueger

Question 4: [citation needed] New Zealand director Peter Jackson followed in Raimi's footsteps with the ultra-gory micro-budget feature ________ (1987).
King Kong (2005 film)Bad TasteBraindead (film)Heavenly Creatures

Question 5: ________ created the hit Halloween (1978).
The Thing (film)John CarpenterEscape from New YorkJohn Carpenter filmography

Question 6: Other examples include Peeping Tom (Michael Powell, 1960), Homicidal (________, 1961), Whatever Happened to Baby Jane? (Robert Aldrich, 1962), Hush...

Question 7: [11] Some of these films were made by respected ________.
French New WaveAuteur theoryCahiers du cinémaFrançois Truffaut

Question 8: Among the popular English-language horror films of the late 1990s, only 1999's surprise independent hit ________ attempted straight-ahead scares.
Jaws (film)The Shining (film)Cannibal HolocaustThe Blair Witch Project

Question 9: Creepshow 3) as did ________ (1981).
The Evil DeadEvil Dead IIThe Evil Dead (franchise)Sam Raimi

Question 10: Tod Browning, director of Dracula, also made the extremely controversial ________ based on Spurs by Ted Robbins.
Dracula (1931 film)FreaksLondon After Midnight (film)The Big City (1928 film)

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