The Art of Darkness

Trivia Tuesday

July 5th, 2016 by Cobwebs

  1. This band was formed in the early 80s by identical twins Jay and Michael Aston.
    A) Alien Sex Fiend
    B) Nosferatu
    C) Rosetta Stone
    D) Fields of the Nephilim
    E) Gene Loves Jezebel
  2. What’s the name of the Roman god of War?
  3. It’s a common misconception that Tim Burton directed A Nightmare Before Christmas. Who actually directed the film?
    A) Ray Harryhausen
    B) Henry Selick
    C) Nick Park
    D) George Pal
    E) Phil Tippett
  4. Absinthe is traditionally flavored with what bitter herb?
  5. The first motion-picture adaptation of Frankenstein wasn’t the 1931 version starring Boris Karloff. Instead, it was a “kinetogram” produced in 1910 by this inventor.
    A) Nikola Tesla
    B) Alexander Graham Bell
    C) Guglielmo Marconi
    D) George Eastman
    E) Thomas Edison
  6. In this 1972 fantasy novel, a group of trick-or-treating boys is helped by a mysterious character named Carapace Clavicle Moundshroud.
  7. The most powerful alien/demon in H.P. Lovecraft’s mythos is:
    A) Nyarlathotep
    B) Azathoth
    C) Shub-Niggurath
    D) Yog-Sothoth
    E) Cthulhu
  8. Daveigh Chase, who provided the voice for Lilo Pelekai in Disney’s Lilo and Stitch, also played the “monster” in what 2002 horror movie?
  9. Type O Negative’s Peter Steele wrote “I Like Goils” to make light of the attention he was receiving from gay men after his photoshoot appeared in this magazine.
    A) Penthouse
    B) Celebrity Skin
    C) Playgirl
    D) Hustler
    E) Nuts
  10. What movie has Beetlejuice seen 167 times (“and it keeps getting funnier every single time I see it!”)?

(Answers below the fold)

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