From FunTrivia.com, the "Trivia Portal," a list of user-submitted trivia about the movies. Browse for a lark, or add a little-known film fact.
Meticulous citric points out the hidden flaws of hundreds of contemporary and classic films.
Get the inside story on continuity gaffes in the Bond movies. Covers everything from "Dr. No" to "Goldeneye."
Resource for British comedies offers insight into shows like "Keeping Up Appearances" and " Are You Being Served." Check out the newsletter.
Part of the cool quiz network, this movie trivia quiz adds up points from questions asked about quotes, plots and tag lines.
New quizzes posted weekly to test your knowledge of classic movie history. Identify images, film quotes, character names, and other puzzles.
Brain teasing trivia questions accompany reviews at this film site based on the TV series, Clips. Has a free search service for videos.
Name a movie in which actors from the two listed movies appeared in. Winners go down in the hall of fame.
Fan site covers classic television shows and films that have a cult following. Includes sections on science fiction and comedy.
Props appear and disappear, actors suddenly change clothes mid-scene. It's all been caught and recorded by sharp-eyed film fans.
For dermatologists and film buffs, this site considers skin conditions in film and amongst Hollywood's skin-deep beauties.
Home of the "Film Flubs" and "Reel Gags" books by Bill Givens includes examples of movie gaffes, continuity errors and anachronisms.
The Internet Movie Database offers a searchable index of amusing, shocking, and trivial things you never knew about your favorite film.
Movie buffs who score high enough on the movie trivia game can enter a weekly drawing to win a cash prize from Uproar.
Guide identifies the defining moments when quality television programs reach their peak and begin to go downhill.
Flex your film trivia knowledge at this monthly movie trivia contest. Features prizes and winner postings.
Read up on the most common movie flaws and cliches, with a special section devoted to the movie "Independence Day."
Guide ruins the endings to over 500 films in the hopes that some people will not waste their money on the bad movies in the list or help jog memories about past movies.
True to title, this resource points thousands of gaffes, inconsistencies and scientific implausibilities in hundreds of films.
Browse movies by title to find little-known facts about each, or help out the site by submitting trivia. Includes a message forum.
Pop culture quiz tests one's knowledge of movie quotes and music. Registration is required to play.
Identify movies based on poster art with the text hidden at this movie trivia quiz. Includes a message board and chat room.
Get a laugh out of hilarious quotes from the Chicago film critic on his least favorite movies.
Guess-the-quote game is based on the witticisms and quotable lines of Smith's films "Clerks," "Mallrats" and "Chasing Amy." Updated daily.
Television enthusiast posts information about his favorite shows. Find facts on "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," "Futurama" and "Ally McBeal."
No fancy graphics, but the information will keep trivia fans riveted. A huge list of trivia, in-jokes and cameos from TV and films.
Variety of top shows, such as The Price is Right, feature as the topic for these trivia questions devised by the Internet Game Network.
A gargantuan collection of over 2000 British, US and international TV shows from the 60s, 70s and 80s, remembered,over 1000 images, 100 themes.
Test television knowledge with this fun multiple choice trivia quiz or link to other challenging quizzes.
Heard the one about the guy who hanged himself in "The Wizard of Oz?" This and other urban legends are examined and debunked at this resource.
Match movie quotes with the films they came from. View comments from winning test-takers. Play from a large selection of archived tests.