M&Ms Dark Painting Answers!

A little over a week ago we posted about 50 Titles of Dark Movies in a Painting

The idea to this game is to scour the painting and find a Darkly Themed movie titles. Be careful, there are 50 of them in the painting. Click on each part that you think is a movie and a dialogue box will appear, and you can enter your guess. If you get it right, it will grey out the image.

And many of you rose to the challenge to find them all, and we had a LOT of comments about people sharing their finds.

John and I decided that we have left you in the dark long enough, and instead of waiting in dire curiosity for the answers we would give them to you here in the continued post.


In no specific order…

Alien in the Bell tower = Alien
The Number Seven on the Bell Tower = Seven
Swarm of Butterflies = Butterfly Effect
Man in darkness Yelling = Scream
Big fish with the Underbite = Piranha
Darkened Archway in bottom left = Pitch Black
Man with pencil for a head = EraserHead
Man with Candy Cane for a head = CandyMan
Man with bucket over his head = Wickerman
Giant Orange with Clockface = Clockwork Orange
Man in Straight Jacket = Psycho
Floating hat, gloves and eyeglasses next to Psycho = Invisible Man
Kids with the map = Lost Boys
Woman with Bucket of water = Dark Water
Blue M&M with hoop = The Ring
Woman with children = Mummy
Three children Dancing in a circle = Child’s Play
Bug spilling out of the glass = Beetlejuice
Monster in the swamp = Creature from the Black Lagoon
Green M&M in a dress = Blue Velvet
Saw in the Tree = Saw
Little Green man in the Tree = Leprechaun
Red M&M juggling Pennies = Sixth Sense
Group of MOnkeys = 12 Monkeys
Jackknife = Blade
Man with the Lamp = The Shining
Sheep with Earmuffs on = Silence of the Lambs
Hanging Map of Texas in Shreds = Texas Chainsaw Massacre
Men on stairs snubbing each other = The Grudge
The stairs (count them) = 39 steps
Baby showered in green leaves = Rosemary’s Baby
Man in bed surrounded by demons (street sign) = Nightmare on Elm St
Corn running with feet = Children of the Corn
October’s Date burned in the field = Friday the 13th
Wolves in the field = The Howling
Man with spyglass in the window = Rear Window
Signs at top of stairs = Signs
Man with Pumpkin for a head = PumpkinHead
Small grouping of dark houses = The Village
Grim Reaper in a fenced in area = Dead Zone
House that looks like a candle = House of Wax
Flock of Birds behind the Candle House = The Birds
Glowing eyes up in the hills = The Hills Have Eyes
Mountain Top = Twin Peaks
Bug at the foot of the Mountain = The Fly
Men with O’s arguing = The Omen
Blackbird in the top right = The Crow
The Colliding Planets = The War of the Worlds
Pumpkins Behind the Stairs = Halloween
Jawbone beside stairs = Jaws

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