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Halloween Quiz: Answers!

posted by Nell Minow

Congrats to Toby for the most right answers!

1. High school witches get revenge on a mean girl by making her hair fall out but then their spells become more deadly.

“The Craft”

2. When attendees at a witch convention discover that a boy knows who they are, they turn him into a mouse.

“The Witches”

3.  A brother and sister move into a haunted house and unravel a mystery about what happened to the mother of their beautiful but troubled neighbor.

“The Uninvited”

4.  A suburban mother thinks the ghosts in her home are kind of fun until they kidnap her daughter.

“Poltergeist”

5.  A young widow is befriended by the ghost of a sea captain.

“The Ghost and Mrs. Muir”

6.  300 years after they were hung, three witches return to Salem, Massachusetts to suck the life from children.

“Hocus Pocus”

7.  A witch needs the heart of a star to keep her looking forever young.

“Stardust”

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8.  A witch kidnaps a princess to keep her looking forever young.

“Tangled”

9.  A beautiful witch casts a spell on a publisher to make him fall in love with her with the help of her cat, Pyewacket.

“Bell, Book, and Candle”

10.  One of America’s most acclaimed novelists wrote a book that became a movie about three witches in New England who summon a newcomer who just might be the devil.

11. The ghosts are the good guys in this story about a loving couple who retain the services of a people exterminator when a wealthy but crass couple move into their home.

“Beetlejuice”

12.  The ghost of a departed spouse creates complications (at least three possible answers!).

“Blithe Spirit,” “Hello Again,” and “Kiss Me Goodbye”

 

Bonus question: What actress played witches in two of the movies listed above?

Michelle Pfeiffer!



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