Quiz the one hundred-and-fourteenth: In hindsight (Part three)

Hey, that’s not right shooting a rearview mirror like that. Now Bob has to turn around to see who’s chasing him! You have it easier. Just see how many of these movies you can identify with a quick mirror check.

See also: Quiz the seventh: In hindsight (Part one), Quiz the twenty-first: In hindsight (Part two).

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57 thoughts on “Quiz the one hundred-and-fourteenth: In hindsight (Part three)

    1. Alex Good

      This is the technology we had to use before rear cameras. I’m afraid you don’t win a set of steak knives or a copy of our home game. I’ll look around the house and see if I can find something recyclable to stand in as a prize . . .

      Reply
      1. Alex Good Post author

        They don’t allow us to ship Critters, or Critters movies, out of country. It’s a quarantine thing. You know what happens when they get loose.

      2. tensecondsfromnow

        Well, I dodn’t, because I’ve never seen a critters film. I take it they get up to mischief? I had previously thought they were fictional creatures, but your comment suggests that they’re a real problem in your neighbourhood?

      3. Alex Good Post author

        Think Gremlins, only rounder. Originating in outer space, they first erupted in the U.S. but have since migrated north. You don’t want to let them into Scotland.

      4. Alex Good Post author

        Your taxes only support your local library, and the last time I was in there they only had copies of Trainspotting, Local Hero, and Whisky Galore! on VHS.

      5. Alex Good Post author

        Saw those too. They were right next to the 8-tracks. Actually, it was a pretty groovy library. Disappointing about the franchise horror collections though.

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