As Godzilla Vs Kong makes big footprints in cinemas and on VOD worldwide, this week’s film quiz revolves around giant monster movies.
It’s a long Easter weekend ahead, so we’ve packed some suitably bumper-sized questions into your regular Friday quiz. It’s 30 questions as usual, but you’ll find a bunch of them cover kaiju, mutated animals, and various behemoths in cinema, somehow packed in between the usual selection of regular-size movie trivia. You’ll find a couple of cheeky seasonally relevant questions too.
Once you’ve completed all three rounds, you’ll find a link to a separate post with the correct answers at the bottom of this post. Please let us know how you did in the comments (scores out of 30 as usual this week) and give us any other lovely feedback. Have a good weekend, and let’s get ready to rumble…!
ROUND ONE – This Week In Movie History
This round is about new UK cinema releases and general film history from this week in years past – we’ve given you the year at the start of each question to help out!
- 2018 – Which sci-fi film revolves around a hunt for Easter eggs in the virtual world of the Oasis?
- 1966 – Who plays Alfie in Alfie?
- 2002 – Which werewolf movie connects Sean Pertwee, Kevin McKidd, and Liam Cunningham?
- 1991 – Which American king of England did John Goodman play in a comedy of the same name?
- 1977 – Born this week, who plays Frank in 2014’s Frank? (pictured)
- 2008 – How many bridesmaid’s dresses has Katherine Heigl’s character worn in the romantic comedy of the same name?
- 2011 – Who plays US Army Captain Colter Stevens in Source Code?
- 1997 – Complete the title of the Pierce Brosnan volcano movie – Dante’s…
- 1974 – Who directed American Graffiti?
- 1996 – What kind of animal is Dunston in Dunston Checks In?
ROUND TWO – The Monster Quiz Of Monsters
What’s that coming over the hill? That’s one of the questions that didn’t make it into this special round about giant monster movies, but here are 10 more…
- What monster was released by Laurence Olivier in 1981 and Liam Neeson in 2010?
- Which 2018 video-game adaptation stars Dwayne Johnson opposite a big gorilla, a big wolf, and a big crocodile?
- Which New York landmark is destroyed on the posters for 2008’s Cloverfield?
- Which long-running horror comedy franchise features giant sandworms called Graboids?
- What is the fictional marshmallow brand whose mascot Ray manifests as the Destroyer in Ghostbusters?
- How many heads does Godzilla’s archenemy King Ghidorah have?
- Which Hollywood kaiju movie features giant robots called Gipsy Danger and Striker Eureka?
- In 1954’s Them!, what type of giant irradiated insects are unleashed upon New Mexico?
- In which Scandinavian country is 2010’s Troll Hunter set?
- Which monster did Patrick Stewart present a Lifetime Achievement award to at the 1996 MTV Movie Awards – Godzilla or King Kong?
ROUND THREE – Pot Luck
Let’s finish with a random selection of pot luck movie questions – these could come from any era, any genre, or any level of difficulty. Enjoy!
- Who plays Jesus Christ in 1988’s The Last Temptation Of Christ?
- Which country connects Before Sunset, The Dirty Dozen, and The Man In The Iron Mask?
- In which 1984 film does Prince star as The Kid?
- Jack-Jack Attack and Auntie Edna are short films set in which animated franchise?
- How many Planet Of The Apes films have been released to date?
- What is the name of the six-foot-tall rabbit that only James Stewart can see in the 1950 comedy of the same name?
- Who plays Norman Bates in Psycho and its sequels?
- Hearts Of Darkness is a documentary about the making of which war movie?
- Which British pop group performed “Rule The World”, the theme song to 2007’s Stardust?
- And finally, in which 1989 film does Samuel L Jackson play DJ Mister Señor Love Daddy?
Ready for the answers?
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