On October 29th, 1993 Disney released one of their most unforgettable animated movies, the stop motion musical masterpiece known as The Nightmare Before Christmas.
For close to 30 years, The Nightmare Before Christmas has been the go-to movie for Halloween and Christmas fans alike, as they rejoice over the so-called Pumpkin King’s plans to give Santa the night off, and take over the festive period.
Despite having Christmas in its title, and featuring a load of Christmas iconography, The Nightmare Before Christmas is a Halloween movie, a family-friendly horror story about skeletons and werewolves and the boogie man. But how well do you know the movie? Now is the time to put your knowledge to the test as we present our Nightmare Before Christmas quiz.
The Nightmare Before Christmas is based on a short poem by who?
For every second of film, how many stop-motion movements had to be made?
Who directed The Nightmare Before Christmas?
The singing voice for Jack Skellington is provided by Danny Elfman. What was the name of Elfman's band at the time?
When Jack discovers the Christmas Town door, what door can be seen directly behind him?
What poison does Sally use to incapacitate Dr Finkelstein?
When instructed to "Kidnap the Sandy Claws", Oogie Boogie's Henchmen bring back who by mistake?
What total number on the dice does Oogie Boogie always roll?
When Jack is blown out of the sky, he lands in a cemetery on what monument?
Complete the line from this The Nightmare Before Christmas favourite: There are children throwing snowballs ...
This is Halloween - A 'Nightmare Before Christmas' Quiz
“That’s right. I AM THE PUMPKIN KING!”
“Did anyone think to dredge the lake?”
“Nice work, bone daddy.”
“I sense there’s something in the wind, that feels like tragedy’s at hand."
“You’re jokin’, you’re jokin’! I can’t believe my ears! Would someone shut this fella up? I’m drownin’ in my tears!”
“You’re jokin’, you’re jokin’! / I can’t believe my ears! / Would someone shut this fella up? / I’m drownin’ in my tears!”