The EXPO 2018 “Let’s Get Risky” ‘80s movie trivia contest Week 3

Compete for a free EXPO badge!

Even though the EXPO is still two months away, now is the time for you to get in on the fun! Each week for five straight weeks, we’ll be giving away a free EXPO badge for correct answers to all questions in our “Let’s Get Risky” ‘80s movie trivial contest. Each week will have a different theme (action heroes, horror, John Hughs, etc.), and we will announce last week’s winner with the announcement of the new week’s contest.

Week Three Contest Category: Horror and Sci-Fi

Though the genre-defining movie, John Carpenter’s “Halloween,” came out in 1978, it was in the 1980s when the “slasher” film entered the American zeitgeist. Whether it was Michael Myers stabbing with his “really sharp kitchen knife,” Freddy Krueger haunting your dreams, Jason Voorhees wreaking havoc with his machete or even “Aliens” from another planet dismembering bodies, horror, gore and sci-fi reigned supreme in the ‘80s.

It’s these slasher flicks who are at the forefront of this week’s “Let’s Get Risky” ‘80s Movie Trivia Contest. PLEASE NOTE: Rules have changed just a bit. Now, ALL successful entries—where all five questions are answered correctly—are entered into a drawing for one FREE Expo 2018 badge! And we’ll announce the winner next week on #WinnerWednesday! You have until Monday, June 18th to submit your answers for this week’s trivia contest (contest launches today, Friday, June 15).

And please accept our apologies for the delay in posting our “Throwback Thursday” ‘80s Movie Trivia Contest. We were so wrapped up in the EDI East that we got behind the 8 ball. But never fear, we’ll be back on track for next week.

Week 3 Questions on Horror and Sci-Fi:

1.) What is the name of the killer in the movie “Friday the 13th” (1980)?

2.) In what “Nightmare on Elm Street” sequel did Freddy Krueger utter the phrase, “Welcome to prime time, bitch!”

3.) What is the only movie in the “Halloween” franchise to NOT feature Michael Myers?

4.) What is the name of the book that “Ash” unwittingly uses to evoke the “Deadites” in “Evil Dead 2”?

5.) Arnold Schwarzenegger’s character “Dutch” was the only member of his team to survive in “Predator.” Which of his team was the last to die?

Test our your ’80s horror movie knowledge right now by tapping here to have a shot at winning a FREE EXPO 2018 badge!

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