SNARK WEEK: Name That Shitty Frock Flick!


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How well do you know the worst of the worst? Test your knowledge of crap in this quiz! Note: Every shitty historical costume movie or TV show in this game has been reviewed or at least has pictures on this blog!




Let us know your score!


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27 Responses

  1. crypticmirror

    I managed a pitiful 8/25. I just have not watched enough anachronistic movies yet. I promise I will watch more trash in future.

  2. Kendra

    I legit LOLed at “the passing of Da Vinci’s Demons must have been a blow to Michael’s craft stores” or whatever. HA! (Also, 24/25 – fucking Robin Hood fucking with us!)

      • SarahV

        I, on the other hand, legit LOL’ed at INCOHERENT SCREAMING re: “Mary Queen of Scots” I started booing in the theater when I saw that movie. My husband was appalled…. but not as appalling at mud-spattered denim jerkins.

  3. Lexy

    16/25 due to a regular reading of that awesome blog. But shame on me for not recognizing Angelique, marquise des Anges: it’s broadcasted every year here in France ( her Raquel Welch like bikini at the slave market will be forever in my nightmares)

  4. Charity

    17/25. Dammit, I almost got 18/25 but I accidentally clicked Dangerous Liasons instead of Valmont. :P

  5. Susan Pola Staples

    Missed 3, but I didn’t see the fils/series they were from

  6. Frannie Germeshausen

    Steven and I tried to watch the new Great Gatsby, but between the modern crap music putting his teeth on edge, and me screaming “what the fuck is she wearing?” any time a new character entered the frame, it didn’t last very long.

  7. Leslie Orcutt

    12/25. “You’re one of us!”
    And now my head is full of a chorus chanting “ONE OF US! ONE OF US!”

  8. matty

    22/25 – Huh, I surprised myself since I watched maybe two out of these, but past posts must have made a lasting impression. Or maybe it’s just the horror factor kicking in survival instincts in the vein of “Danger! Do not watch!” that boosted my recall.

    As always, a great quiz.

  9. MoHub

    Surprisingly, I got 14. A lot of my choices involved pairing lipstick colors with the dates on the films. I also second-guessed myself on 3 that I would otherwise have gotten right.

  10. Barb D

    Ladies, you’ve outdone your selves! I thoroughly enjoyed every post this week.

  11. ADoyle

    13/25. I did happen to see Mary, Queen of Scots, just to be able to snark on the denim.

  12. Konstantin

    A miserable 14/25. Woah. I was really under the impression that I had seen more snark-worthy periods in my life – turns out I didn’t.

    This hit hard. 😂

  13. Katie

    13/25 My score would have been better if I were capable of remembering that the White Princess, contrary to all logic, is the sequel to the White Queen

  14. OcarinaSapph1r3 -24

    23/ 25 – I don’t know what to make of such knowledge, though to be fair; 1) about a quarter were educated guesses- & 2) I have a couple of guilty pleasures among them (Legends of the Fall – Scaramouche [Stewart Granger is my ‘classic movie’ crush… fight me!]- Cutthroat Island – The Alienist [minus costume inaccuracies, & probably historical ones, I actually quite like this… though I’m going to be shallow- Luke Evans sold me on it] – Miss Fisher’s Mysteries [it’s awesome… you can fight me on that, too])…& did you really have to do that? I’ve already been traumatised by the ‘Mary, Queen of Scots’ trailer.
    If it wasn’t for my massive crush on Richard Armitage, I wouldn’t have bothered looking at that Robin Hood series- as it was, even he couldn’t save it from being such a dumpster-fire that I quit before the first season finished.