The Festive FILMCLUB Review Quiz: look back on all our fiendish puzzles!

1st December, 2012

Every week we get over 6,000 reviews from our members up and down the country on a wide range of films from across our catalogue, and we enjoy reading them as much as you enjoy writing them.

You've been enchanted by Spirited Away, inspired by Persepolis and moved by Kes, but would you be able to guess what films our members were reviewing, just from one line?

Despite our best efforts, you were a match for all our quizzes, meaning some great DVDs are winging their way to film clubs up and down the country in time for Christmas! Look back on all the quizzes and see how many you can get.

Puzzle No.1

 

Puzzle No.2

 

Puzzle No.3

 

Puzzle No.4

 

Puzzle No.5

 

Puzzle No.6

 

Puzzle No.7

 

Puzzle No.8

 

Puzzle No.9

 

 

Comedy Christmas and Christmas Activity Days Resource

Our Comedy Christmas topic is all about the best festive laughs from around the world, from modern classics to hidden foreign gems, and we're sure you'll love each one. View the whole topic and order films for your film club here.

Everything gets a little special over Christmas, and there's no reason your film club can't follow suit! We've put together some great Christmas activity days to go alongside our Comedy Christmas topic - take a look, and prepare to get creative!

We've put together a resource to go alongside the activities too, which you can download below:

DOWNLOAD RESOURCE






Past puzzles

Revisit Puzzle No.1 - Elf

Revisit Puzzle No.2 - The Muppet Christmas Carol

Revisit Puzzle No.3 - The Nightmare Before Christmas

Revisit Puzzle No.4 - Home Alone

Revisit Puzzle No.5 - Laurel and Hardy - March of the Wooden Soldiers

Revisit Puzzle No. 6 - Gremlins

Revisit Puzzle No. 7 - Arthur Christmas

Revisit Puzzle No. 8 - A Charlie Brown Christmas

Revisit Puzzle No. 9 - Tokyo Godfathers

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