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Classic Horror Movie Homes

  • Corey
  • May 13, 2016
“What an excellent day for an exorcism. It’s Halloween, everyone’s entitled to one good scare. The dead are not quiet in Hill House. Whatever you do, don’t fall asleep! They’re here! Sometimes, dead is better. We all go a little mad sometimes. I wanna see what your insides look like. Heeeeeeeere’s Johnny!”

What do all these have in common? They are all from some of the best horror films of all time. It’s Friday the 13th, and we are checking out some of the biggest and best horror movie home locations to ever hit the big screen!

Scream – 1996


Sonoma Mountain Road, Glen Ellen, Route 12, Santa Rosa


The Haunting – 1999

the haunting

Ettington Park Hotel, Warwickshire, England


Nightmare on Elm Street- 1984


1428  Genesee Avenue, Sunset Boulevard Hollywood, California


Poltergeist – 1982


4267 Roxbury Street, Simi Valley, California


Halloween – 1978


1000 Mission St, South Pasadena California


The Shining – 1980

the shining

Timberline Lodge, Mt Hood, Oregon


Psycho – 1960


Universal Studios Backlot


The Exorcist – 1973


3600 Prospect Street, Georgetown, Washington DC


Pet Semetery- 1989

pet semetary

303 Point Road, Hancock, Maine


Amityville Horror – 1979


112 Ocean Avenue, Long Island


The Birds – 1963

the birds

12110 Bodega Lane, Bodega, California


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