Haunted by horror films

Linda Blair set the precedent for creepy kids in movies.

With Halloween just around the corner, Head2Head thought it would scare up some classic horror movie trivia.

Tim Nichols is the current champ, and his opponent this week is student Kayla Harper.


1. This horror movie featured a young Mrs. Frank Sinatra and was directed by Roman Polanski.

2. If you’re a teenager living on Elm Street, what should you never do?

3. What horror movie has a character write a book that contains only the line “All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy” repeated over and over again?

4. Name the horror movie that was originally called “The Babysitter Murders.”

5. What actress played the girl who was possessed by a demon in “The Exorcist?”

6. What horror movie centers around Camp Crystal Lake?

7. The horror villain Charles Lee Ray is better known as ... ?

8. For what movie was it suggested that people who suffered from motion sickness sit in the aisle seats at theaters?

9. In the movie “I Know What You Did Last Summer,” what is the killer dressed as?

10. What classic horror monster movie featured Boris Karloff?


1. “Rosemary’s Baby”

2. Not sure, but not going outside at night seems like good advice.

3. “The Shining”

4. No clue. “Friday the 13th” maybe.

5. Linda Blair

6. “Halloween?”

7. Another one I don’t know.

8. All I can think of is “Vertigo,” but that’s not horror.

9. A ghost.

10. “Frankenstein”


1. It’s “Rosemary’s Baby.”

2. Don’t fall asleep!

3. “The Shining”

4. “Halloween”

5. Never seen it, but I know it’s Linda Blair.

6. “Friday the 13th”

7. Isn’t that Chucky?

8. Hmm. Don’t know this one.

9. Creepy fisherman.

10. “Frankenstein”


Head2Head has a new trivia champ as Kayla easily defeated her opponent and cruised to the win. We’ll see her again next week as she tries for a second victory.


1. “Rosemary’s Baby”

2. Fall asleep.

3. “The Shining”

4. “Halloween”

5. Linda Blair

6. “Friday the 13th”

7. Chucky

8. “The Blair Witch Project”

9. A fisherman

10. “Frankenstein”