9 scenes. Each in black & white. Either the movie itself is in B&W or the specific scene. Name as many of the movies as you can. Answers go here.
EDIT: Here’s a hint — Most of these movies were released in the 90s and 00s. The earliest is from the 70s.
As for this week’s prize, well, you’ll be walking on sunshine.
This week we’re going with Hollywood Squares again. 9 images from popular movies. The theme this week: Rides. Whips. Wheels. Name the film that features the following modes of transportation. You do NOT have to name the vehicle, but you can if you want to be that guy and flex your knowledge on us.
The prize this week is a selection from Taylor’s big bag of random-ass DVDs. There are actually some good ones in there, even a TV series or two. So hit it guys. Name as many as you can!
Nine more squares, direct from Hollywood! So fresh that they still smell like sunscreen and desperation. Once again there’s a theme that connects each of these films, but if we told you what the theme is, we couldn’t give you a BONUS POINT for figuring it out!
Here they are…Name as many of the titles as you can right here. Good luck!
This week’s prize will be another dip into the DVD Grab Bag of Goodies! The winner will have the opportunity to pick from a list of movies and TV shows on DVD…Some of the titles are downright watchable!
This List of Movies Goes to 11
This week’s contest is as straight-forward as can be: Play the video, name the 11 movies represented. There’s no theme linking the movies together, but as you’ll see we did make it easy for you to number them when you leave your answers.
The winner this week will get a chance to sneak a peek into our grab bag o’ DVDs to choose a two movies or one TV show season, which they’ll then receive and get to keep forever!
If you’re one of the academic elite who know the alphabet through the letter K, then you might just do well this week.
A few weeks ago we did this with numbers. Now you get to have a go with letters. 11 clips from movies, each featuring a character saying a letter. Name the movies, consider yourself a one step closer to the prize.
Last week’s prize is still up for grabs. Stijn declined his rightful ownership to the COTTON BALLS! and HAND SANITIZER! since it would cost about 17 times what the prize is worth to ship. And he’s just happy to have bested everyone. Bragging is the best prize of all, really.
Here are nine images cropped from the covers of some DVDs. If someone could tell us the titles of the movies and what they all have in common, we’d be grateful enough to send that person a nice prize…
This week’s prize will be another treat from the Grab Bag o’ DVDs That We Don’t Want Anymore! Previous winners have raved about the picture quality of the movies or TV shows they’ve chosen.
We did it again…We accidentally put some of our DVD covers in a paper shredder. Could you be a dear and help us remember the titles so we can put them back on the shelf correctly alphabetically? If they’re not properly categorized, I get a twitch.
This week’s prize is a copy of the movie Event Horizon on DVD!
Event Horizon was directed by someone with “Paul” and “Anderson” in his name, and someone with “Paul” and “Anderson” in his name was nominated for an Academy Award for directing There Will Be Blood! Check our facts.
* Apologies to the previous DVD winner who hasn’t received his chosen DVD yet. Things are hectic, but it’s on its way…
This week we’re once again looking at screenshots. Can you name the movies in which these shots appeared? For a bonus point, tell us the theme that we used to choose these particular movies! HINT: The theme has nothing to with the movies’ contents…
The prize this week is something to get you in the holiday spirit, just in time for Labor Day…
Savor precious holiday moments with this depiction of an alien grey abducting some beloved Disney characters!
This week we put movie trivia and music trivia together into a blender and hit “puree” to bring you this set of film score clips!
Ten musical clips of about 2 seconds each (since these aren’t chart-topping hit songs, we felt like we needed to give you a little more than usual), just waiting for you to name what movie* they were written for.
As usual, leave your answers here.
Kia forgot to send me a picture of whatever
junk amazing prize she picked out, but rest assured it will be terrible awesome.
* Or possibly series of movies
Just in time for almost two weeks early for Halloween, we bring you the spookiest Hollywood Squares yet! All of these movies want to scare you, but please put on your brave face and give us as many of their titles as you know:
This week’s prize is a double-whammy of gut wrenching terror! Two movies on one DVD: Say hello to The Devil’s Nightmare and Messiah of Evil! Say it! SAY HELLO!
Stay tuned next week for even more Halloween fright…