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Shaun Of The Dead

This quiz is based on the 2004 comedy/horror film "Shaun Of The Dead", which is a romantic comedy...but with zombies.


 

Quiz ID:#32345
Fun:*** (2.44)
Difficulty:** (1.99)
Category:Movies > Comedy
Created By:Stickmenpwn

 



#1   Shaun refers to Liz's friend, Dianne, as what?





#2   Which of these "blunt objects" was not gathered from the shed/Liz's apartment?







#3   Who accidentally throws a dart into Shaun's head?







#4   What is used as a make-do spear in order to pin a zombie into a tree.







#5   Complete this quote, which is said multiple times throughout the film: "You've got ___ on you."

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#6   What is the name of the first zombie Shaun and Ed encounter?

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#7   The homeless person who asks Shaun for spare change had a pet dog before turning into a zombie.




#8   What is the name of the Indian shopkeeper?







#9   Shaun wears his red tie around his neck throughout the entire film.




#10   What does Pete mistake some zombies that "mugged" him for?





#11   Who receives a phone call just as Shaun, Ed, Liz, Barbara, Dianne, and Kevin are about to enter the Winchester?







#12   What does Ed's shirt that is worn throughout the whole movie say?





#13   Which character wears glasses?







#14   The rifle above the bar in the Winchester is functioning.




#15   The second time Phillip was bitten, it was by a zombie wearing a hoodie of what colour?







#16   Which of these characters survived?







#17   How did Shaun, Ed, Barbara, Liz, Dianne, and Kevin manage to get to the Winchester undetected by zombies?





 

 



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