The last time I had a chess quiz I confessed that I was a lousy chess player. Since then I’ve been playing a lot of chess online. I haven’t gotten any better. I’m still a lousy chess player. I’m much better at quizzes.
Hm. Sounds mysterious, doesn’t it? And yet it’s a title card that gives you both a time and a place (albeit not very specific on either count). What more could you possibly want? That’s all the information required to identify this week’s line-up.
Road rage goes ballistic for this week’s quiz. Don’t get in the way of these angry road warriors!
It’s time once again to put down your cell phone and head for ye olde phone booth, those time capsules of yesteryear’s telecommunications infrastructure. I think you’ll have no trouble making all the right connections, as this is one of the easiest quizzes yet! At least in my estimation.
I’ll admit you’ll have to look pretty closely to read some of the clues for this week’s quiz. Basically you’ve only got a few words tapped onto a page to go on. Will it be enough to identify these movies?
Well, maybe I wouldn’t recommend sidling up to this particular bar. But it seems to only be open at odd hours anyway. Here are some more congenial watering holes, where I’m sure everyone knows your name.
Extra! Extra! The Alex on Film quizzes are back! And what better way to make the announcement than with more headlines? Now see how many of these you can place in the movies they’ve been torn from.
See also: Quiz the fifth: Screaming headlines (Part one), Quiz the seventeenth: Screaming headlines (Part two), Quiz the thirty-fifth: Screaming headlines (Part three), Quiz the sixty-eighth: Screaming headlines (Part four), Quiz the eighty-sixth: Screaming headlines (Part five).