The week’s film quiz is a villain takeover, including Disney baddies and other assorted demons and wrong’uns.


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This week, we’ve got a lot of questions about royals, career criminals, and dastardly advisors, but that’s enough about the news – with Cruella now in cinemas and on Disney+ Premium Access, we’re looking at Disney’s animated rogues’ gallery. It’s your textbook wretched hive of scum and villainy, this week’s quiz, with notable baddies scattered all the way through.

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. As always, this is just for fun, but please let us know how you did in the comments (scores out of 30 this week!) and give us any other lovely feedback. That is, if you make it to the end – maniacal laugh… MANIACAL LAUGH…!


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!

  1. 2007 – At World’s End is the third instalment of which blockbuster adventure series?
  2. 1963 – Born this week, who connects the films Bohemian Rhapsody, The Love Guru, and Shrek?
  3. 1985 – Which drama stars Harrison Ford as a detective protecting an Amish boy from corrupt cops?
  4. 2003 – What is the name of Hugo Weaving’s character(s) in The Matrix Reloaded?
  5. 1962 – Who plays Liberty Valance in The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance?
  6. 2009 – Which Sam Raimi horror movie revolves around a demon called the Lamia?
  7. 1992 – Complete the title of the Christina Applegate comedy – Don’t Tell Mom
  8. 2016 – In what decade is the detective noir comedy The Nice Guys set?
  9. 1989 – Which Beaches star covered “Wind Beneath My Wings” for the film’s soundtrack?
  10. 2010 – What job links Dwayne Johnson, Billy Crystal, and Stephen Merchant in the fantasy comedy of the same name?


ROUND TWO – The Disney Villain Round

Cruella De Vil headlines the new Disney release, but here’s 10 questions about the many iconic baddies that have come out of the House of Mouse.

  1. Who plays Cruella De Vil in 1996’s 101 Dalmatians and its sequel, 102 Dalmatians?
  2. What is the name of Jafar’s parrot in Aladdin?
  3. Which 1977 film features Madame Medusa as its main villain?
  4. In The Lion King, what type of animal are the characters Shenzi, Banzai, and Ed?
  5. Who plays the evil Queen Narissa in 2007’s Enchanted?
  6. What is the full title of the 2019 sequel to Maleficent?
  7. Who provides the voice of fast-talking villain Hades in 1997’s Hercules?
  8. In which Disney film does the villain sing “Poor Unfortunate Souls”?
  9. Mother Gothel is the guardian of which princess?
  10. Who provides the voice of Shere Khan in 1967’s The Jungle Book?



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!

  1. “The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didn’t exist” is a quote from which 1990s crime movie?
  2. Who directed, narrated, and starred in 1996’s Matilda?
  3. What country connects Coco, Nacho Libre, and The Treasure Of The Sierra Madre?
  4. Who plays President Thomas J. Whitmore in Independence Day?
  5. What title connects a 1950 Spencer Tracy movie and a 1991 Steve Martin remake?
  6. Which movie monster connects directors John McTiernan, Paul W.S. Anderson, and Shane Black?
  7. Played by Randall Park, which real-life figure is the subject of 2014’s The Interview?
  8. Which 2008 comedy-drama starred Owen Wilson and 22 different Labradors as its title characters?
  9. Who connects the films Bridget Jones’ Diary, Moulin Rouge, and Paddington?
  10. And finally, including this week’s new release The Devil Made Me Do It, how many films have been released in “The Conjuring Universe” to date?

Ready for the answers?

That’s the end of this week’s quiz – when you’re ready to check your answers, click here to get them (it’ll take you to another page). We’ll have another quiz for you next Friday, but until then, let us know your scores in the comments below.

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