A Slasher Films Trip
Ever wanted to take a swim at Camp Crystal Lake? Or see Michael Myers’ childhood home? Take a look at these top Hollywood slasher...
Ever wanted to take a swim at Camp Crystal Lake? Or see Michael Myers’ childhood home? Take a look at these top Hollywood slasher horror movie locations and spend the day with your favorite villains.
1968’s Rosemary’s Baby begins when a couple moves into a Gothic apartment building in New York City, and they soon realize that their new home is far from perfect. The Dakota building at 72nd Street and Central Park West served as the iconic apartment building full of wacky residents. The eerie building still looms over the city casting its dark shadow.
Check out the only known haunted movie location at 112 Ocean Avenue, Amityville, New York. The Amityville Horror was based on a true story after the Lutz family moved into the home in the 70’s and experienced paranormal phenomenon. The Lutz family moved out after being unable to deal with the situation, leaving behind all their personal belongings.
Jason’s mom made Friday the 13th a place of terror in the 1980 Friday the 13th. The actual camp is named NoBeBoSco and is located at 11 Sand Pond Road in Blairstown, New Jersey. After you take a dip check out the Blairstown Diner, which was also featured in the horror flick.
The first zombie movie, 1968’s Night of the Living Dead was filmed outside of Evans City, Pennsylvania. The town still takes pride in their film debut by offering events like a Night of the Living Dead Screening. Make a stop at the cemetery in Evans City where the opening scene was shot.
One of the first slasher films, John Carpenter’s Halloween was supposed to be set in the Midwest, but the movie was actually filmed in Pasadena, California. Check out Michael Myer’s childhood home, and the center of the movie, on Orange Grove Avenue. Or check out Tommy’s House, where Jamie Lee Curtis fought off the Shape in the iconic movie.
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