M&M’s Internet Game: Find 50 Movie Titles in a Painting

Do you like movies? Have you got some spare time to kill? Then you might want to check out this new online game from M&M’s, challenging you to find the names of 50 movies hidden within a painting. They basically ripped off this viral marketing idea from Virgin Music who did one last year with band names. However, their interface is better since it actually tells you when you’ve found a correct answer. Either way, these things are irresistable fun. Feel free to share your findings in the comments section below. (Thanks to Chian for the heads up.)

» Related Link: M&M's: 50 Dark Movies, Hidden In A Painting.

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  • Nuno

    So far I’ve found half of them:
    Birds, The Village, Pumpkinhead, Signs, Nightmare on Elm Street, Children of the Corn, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, the Crow, Se7en, Butterfly Effect, Scream, Piranha, Candyman, Wicker Man, Invisible Man, Leprechaun, Saw, Silence of the Lambs, Jaws, Blade, Beelejuice, The Ring, 12 Monkeys, Alien and House of Wax.

  • Nuno

    The Shining, Rosemary’s Baby, Creature from the Black Lagoon, Friday the 13th, The Howling.

  • Nuno

    The Sixth Sense and Halloween were so obvious and corny but I just got them.

  • The Omen, Pumpkinhead, Psycho, The Hills Have Eyes, Twin Peaks, Dark Water, A Clockwork Orange, Rear Window, Friday the 13th, Scream…

  • Eraserhead

  • Chian

    The Birds, Twin peaks, war of the worlds, the crow, Alien, the fly, the hills have eyes, house of wax, the village, rear window, children of the corn, friday the thirteenth, the howling, seven, the butterfly effect, scream, nightmare on elm street, signs, pumpkin head, the dead zone, leprechaun, saw, 12 monkeys, sixth sense, silence of the lambs, blade, jaws, 39 steps, the gruge, haloween, texas chainsaw massacre, the ring, the omen, pirana, pitch black, the wickerman, the candy man, rosemarys baby, lost boys, blue velvet, the mummy, the creature from the black lagoon, beetle juice, childs play, dark water, the shining, psycho, a clockwork orange, the invisible man and eraser head

  • Henrik


  • Well, it took me nearly 30 minutes but I finally got them all. The Crow was the hardest to find the bloody bugger.

  • cathy

    lol i gave up on the last 10 and came here and looked ty for the answers

  • Doreen

    THANK YOU! Would never have thought of Blue Velvet (tried Dressed to Kill and Vertigo) and the Dead Zone was too elusive for me!

  • LaBunny

    Thanks for the help Chian! I had to come here for the last dozen, which wasn’t bad for an old broad. But the “O Men” completely escaped me, and “Eraserhead” looked more like a cigar than an eraser to this lover of the leaf.

  • i completely disagree you complete waste of skin, hair and whatever excuse for a scrotum you guys can come up with…mine on the other hand is practicallly a feast of manlyness. ooo, daaam, yeah.

  • Lupushia

    Oh my…
    It was terrible xD I am from Poland and some of movie name’s translation in my country are… Bueah…
    For example Child’s Play in Poland is “Chucky Doll” or The Eraserhead is “Head for earasing” :P
    When I had 38 I took your clues.

  • Vicky

    I cant find the crow! ):
    where is it?