For creatures who aren’t supposed to show up on film, there are an awful lot of movies about vampires – here’s this week’s film quiz.
The new, long-delayed Sony/Marvel movie Morbius arrives in a crowded market for comic-book movies, but joins an even longer list of vampire movies produced over the years. From countless Draculas to various vampire-centric franchises, there’s a long history of bloodsuckers on screen and the second of this week’s three quiz rounds focuses on their undead exploits, horrific or otherwise.
Once you’ve finished 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. Now, without further ado, let’s sink our teeth into this week’s selection of movie trivia…
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!
- 2022 – In the news! Which streaming comedy-drama won three Oscars, including Best Picture?
- 1993 – Back In The Habit is the sequel to which 1990s comedy?
- 2016 – Who plays Superman in Batman Vs Superman: Dawn Of Justice?
- 1985 – Which Young detective does Nicholas Rowe play in the mystery adventure film of the same name?
- 1976 – Which WW2 drama stars Michael Caine as a German officer who attempts to kidnap Winston Churchill?
- 1996 – In Romeo + Juliet, Leonardo DiCaprio plays Romeo, but who plays Juliet?
- 1973 – Complete the title of the George Lucas-directed teen movie – American…?
- 1950 – Born this week, who plays Hagrid in all eight Harry Potter films?
- 2006 – What animal connects a 1959 Disney film starring Fred MacMurray and its remake starring Tim Allen?
- 1989 – In Tango & Cash, which title character does Sylvester Stallone play – Tango or Cash?
ROUND TWO – Fang Favourites
It remains to be seen where Jared Leto’s Morbius will land in the canon of movie vampires, but for now, 10 questions on the children of the night and the music they make…
- Eric Brooks is the alter-ego of which other vampiric Marvel Comics character, in three films from 1998 to 2004?
- In which action franchise do Bill Nighy, Sophia Myles, and Charles Dance play vampires?
- Who plays the interviewee in 1994’s Interview With The Vampire – Tom Cruise or Brad Pitt?
- Which 1980s vampire movie is set in the fictional town of Santa Carla, California?
- Who plays Nosferatu star “Max Schreck” in 2000’s Shadow Of The Vampire?
- What is the title of Matt Reeves’ 2010 American-language remake of Let The Right One In?
- Viago, Vladislav, and Deacon are vampire characters in which 2014 mockumentary?
- Which vampire-centric franchise has released more feature films to date – Hotel Transylvania or Twilight?
- Who plays Abraham Van Helsing opposite Christopher Lee’s Dracula in three Hammer horror films?
- Directed by Jim Jarmusch, which movie stars Tilda Swinton and Tom Hiddleston as a vampire couple?
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!
- Currently in cinemas, Michael Bay’s latest action movie is named after what type of vehicle?
- Who directed 2001’s Spy Kids and its sequels?
- “Well, nobody’s perfect” is the famous last line of which classic 1959 comedy?
- What colour goes before Jasmine, Story, and Valentine to make the titles of three 2010s movies?
- Also at Sunday’s Academy Awards, which singer became the first Oscar winner born in the 21st century?
- Which horror film completes this famous marketing tagline – “No one – BUT NO ONE – will be admitted to the theatre after the start of each performance of Alfred Hitchcock’s…”?
- In which country is 1979’s Mad Max set?
- Who plays April O’Neill in 2014’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and its sequel?
- Which 2008 heist drama stars Jim Sturgess and Kate Bosworth as card-counting maths students?
- And finally, what connects Sia in Peter Rabbit, Timothy Dalton in Toy Story 3, and Ben Schwartz in this week’s other big new release?
Ready for the answers?
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