Quiz the tenth: Hanging around (Part one)

This week’s quiz lets you unleash your inner Judge Roy Bean and hang ’em high. See how many of the following films you can string by the neck . . . until they are dead.

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11 thoughts on “Quiz the tenth: Hanging around (Part one)

  1. chandlerswainreviews

    These always seem easy when you making them up. Doing them is another thing. OK, my act of embarrassing myself today goes as follows:
    01) The Andromeda Strain (1971)
    10) Sinister
    11) The Phantom of the Opera (1962)
    12) Harold and Maude
    13) Henry V
    17) I Walked With a Zombie
    18) House of Wax (1953)
    23) The Omen (1976)
    24) City of the Living Dead (Fulci!)
    25) The Passion of the Christ

    I seem to be getting worse at these. Some of these are going to drive me nuts. Ah Well. Nicely done.

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    1. Alex Good Post author

      I think getting 10 is pretty impressive. That’s a lot better than I usually do on yours. And you got House of Wax! I thought that might be the toughest one on the list this week.

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  2. chandlerswainreviews

    This is really bothering me. I’ll take a wild stab at two more and then give up. #9 may be (probably not) “High Plains Drifter” and #16 may be “Deliverance”. That’s it for me. Now I have a headache. Nice work on this Alex.

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    1. Alex Good Post author

      Well, Harold is just faking it (Chandler got Harold and Maude already so I can give that one away). I think for a couple of others it depends on how strictly you want to define “deceased.”

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