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Quiz About Horror Film!

Boo! Although horror may not be a genre that fits everyone, I’m quite sure we still had watched at least 1 or 2 horror genre in our lives!

There are many kind of horror and some include some humour in them, called the horror comedy, while others may include some fantasy or sci-fi.

But anyway, do you happen to know the history of the horror genre? Come take this quiz to find out!

  • Question of

    Which film is credited as being the first ever horror film

    • La Caverne maudite
    • Le Manoir du Diable
    • L’auberge ensorcelée
  • Question of

    Which year was the horror-comedy “The X-Ray Fiend” created?

    • 1897
    • 1898
    • 1899
  • Question of

    Who starred as the hunchback Quasimodo in The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1923)?

    • Victor Hugo
    • Benjamin Christensen’s Häxan
    • Lon Chaney
  • Question of

    The first Asian country to set into the genre of horror is…?

    • Korea
    • Taiwan
    • Japan
    • Hong Kong
  • Question of

    Which banned film featured people with real deformities?

    • Abnormal (1935)
    • The Unholy Three (1925)
    • Freaks (1932)
    • Different (1931)
  • Question of

    The first horror figure featured in film is …

    • Vampires
    • Quasimodo
    • Werewolf
    • Frankenstein
  • Question of

    The first talkie horror film was …

    • Roy Del Ruth’s The Terror
    • Fritz Lang’s M
    • Albert Lewin’s The Picture of Dorian Gray
  • Question of

    According to Guinness World Records, the character most frequently portrayed in horror films has been…

    • Quasimodo
    • Dracula
    • Frankenstein


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  1. I went four out of eight right on the horror movie quiz. When I was a child I did believe in the dreaded Boogeyman since shows on Panamanian television included “Alfred Hitchcock Presents” and “Thriller” that was hosted by the late Boris Karloff. Just the theme song gives me chills.


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