Halloween Movies (for kids)
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100

The Nightmare Before Christmas 

100

What is this character? 

Demogorgon

100

In which country did Halloween originate?

a) Romania

b) USA

c) Ireland

c) Ireland

100

A 1984 song asked, “Who you gonna call?”, and the answer is what?

Ghostbusters


200


Hocus Pocus

200

Michael Myers is the protagonist of which of these movies:


a) Friday the 13th
b) Halloween
c) Scream

b) Halloween

200

Which of these urban legends was invented by the Internet?

a) Bloody Mary

b) Slender Man

c) Umm Al Duwais

d) Chupacabra

b) Slender Man

200

The song “This is Halloween” is featured in which movie?

The Nightmare Before Christmas

300


Beetlejuice

300

What was Dr. Frankenstein’s first name?

a) Francois
b) Boris
c) Victor
d) Schweitzer

c) Victor

300

The celtic wore costumes. Why did they do that?

a) For fun
b) To scare the spirits 
c) To fool the spirits
d) To scare the Gods

b) To scare the spirits away

300

Complete the lyrics to this classic Halloween dance song from ages ago: "He did the mash, he did the ______ mash!"

Monster Mash

400


Coraline 

400

Leatherface stars in which horror film franchise?

Texas Chainsaw Massacre

400

Which two colors are traditionally associated with Halloween?

Orange and black.

Orange represents the Fall harvest and black represents death.

400

Complete the lyrics: "Spooky, scary skeletons
Send ______ down your spine"


Shivers

500

Corpse Bride

500

Who is this character? 


Annabelle

500

What candy is the SECOND most popular Halloween candy?


Candy corn

Chocolate dominates first place by a wide margin.

500

According to the well-known song, which family is said to be “creepy, kooky, mysterious, and spooky”?

The Addams Family

600

Monster House

600

The movie 'The Silence of the Lambs' introduced this iconic character who would go on to feature in countless TV shows and movies. Who is the character?

A) Dr Evil

B) Dracula

C) Hannibal Lecter

D) Dr Jekyll

C) Hannibal Lecter

600

What is the original name for Halloween?

a) Trick or Treat Day
b) All Horror Eve
c) All Hallows Eve
d) All Saints Eve

c) All Hallows Eve

and

d) All Saints Eve

600

Who sings the classic song from 1984 "Somebody's Watching Me"?

Rockwell

 It features guest vocals by brothers Michael Jackson (in the chorus) and Jermaine Jackson (additional backing vocals)

700

Frankenweenie

700

In this movie, four men try to capture ghosts in New York City

Ghostbusters

700

What do you sprinkle on your doorstep if you want to keep evil spirits out of your house on Halloween night?


Salt 

700

Complete the lyrics:  “Cause this is _______, ______ ____, and no one's gonna save you from the beast about to strike"?

 “Cause this is thriller, thriller night"

800

Halloweentown

800

Who is the friendliest Ghost ?

Casper

800

Which phobia denotes an intense fear of Halloween?

Samhainophobia

800

Which famous boy band used the mansion from Casper for one of their music videos?

The Backstreet Boys, for the “Everybody (Backstreet’s Back)” video

900

The Addams Family

900

What is the name of the clown in Steven King's "It"?

Pennywise

900

What is the name of the Celtic festival that Halloween originated from?

Samhain

900

Complete the lyrics: "It's been 300 years, right down to the day, now the witch is back and there's hell to pay, I put ________ and now you're mine "

a spell on you

1000

The Witches

1000

Who is the killer in the Friday the 13th Movie (1980)? 

Pamela Voorhees

1000

In what American state is it illegal to dress up like a priest or a nun?

Alabama

Here’s the wording of the law:

Section 13A-14-4
Fraudulently pretending to be clergyman.
Whoever, being in a public place, fraudulently pretends by garb or outward array to be a minister of any religion, or nun, priest, rabbi or other member of the clergy, is guilty of a misdemeanor and, upon conviction, shall be punished by a fine not exceeding $500.00 or confinement in the county jail for not more than one year, or by both such fine and imprisonment.

(Acts 1965, 1st Ex. Sess., No. 273, p. 381; Code 1975, §13-4-99.)

1000

What is statistically the most popular Halloween song?

“Monster Mash” by Bobby Pickett, released in 1962

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