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Can you match the monster to the movie?

Are you a fan of movie creatures, from the monstrous giants of Pacific Rim to the fantastic beasts of Harry Potter? This quiz challenges you to match the monster to the movie it appeared in, covering a range of genres – so whether you’re a fantasy, sci-fi or horror fun, there will be something lurking here for you.

Question 1 out of 10:

In which movie do these sinister spectres first appear?

Hand of a dementor
Question 2 out of 10:

Where might you find these enormous sandworms?

Enormous sandworm in the desert
Question 3 out of 10:

Here’s Godzilla, from – you guessed it – Godzilla. But which version?

Godzilla in a city
Question 4 out of 10:

The extra-powerful ‘Indominus Rex’ first appeared in which film?

Indominus Rex dinosaur roaring
Question 5 out of 10:

In which movie would you find the creepy ‘Pale Man’, famous for having eyes on his palms?

Pale Man holding his hands up
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Question 6 out of 10:

The ‘Kaiju’ are huge amphibious creatures that come from which movie?

Kaiju roaring
Question 7 out of 10:

These enormous ‘oliphuants’ wage war in which film?

Oliphants charging
Question 8 out of 10:

Which Star Wars movie features the ‘Sarlacc’, a hungry, tentacled mouth in the desert?

The sarlacc pit
Question 9 out of 10:

 In which movie does The Rock star alongside a large white gorilla?

The Rock and a white gorilla
Question 10 out of 10:

And finally, in which movie does the short, green, one-eyed, Mike Wazowski first appear?

Mike Wazowski from Monsters Inc.

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