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Where on the world map are eerie cinematic space: cities where wielded freaks and mutants, found the house, which looked into Freddy Krueger, a hotel, where the writer was mad, and a forest full of legends about the Blair Witch.
"Friday the 13th"
Remember the famous maniac in a hockey mask? In the first of a series of horror film "Friday the 13th" (1980) Jason with a machete in his hand gutting of their victims in the camp "Crystal Lake".
Camping where the shooting carried out, does exist, only it's called No-Be-Bo-Sco. It is located in the state of New Jersey, near the town of Blerstoun, and every summer in its cottages (those where they filmed scenes of murders) stop dozens of scouts. By the way, if you are an ardent fan of the epic, you can order a special souvenir that will come to you directly from the camp.
Camping No-Be-Bo-Sco, NJ
Action horror, the main role in which plays Jack Nicholson takes place at the "Overlook". Stephen King (film was shot on his novel) "written off" the hotel with the hotel's "Stanley", inspired him during his vacation in the Rocky Mountains. However, the shooting of the film took place in a very different place - in the "Timberline Lodge", Oregon. The band were only types of the hotel from the outside, the interior scenes were filmed in a studio.
That did not stop fans of "Radiance" flooded Ski Resort after the film. Ironically, that was originally a terrible room from the film was number 217, but the owner of the "Timberline" asked the directors to change the number on the alleged non-existent (№237), that it seemed no guests "cursed."
"Timberline Lodge" Oregon
"The Blair Witch Project"
The film, shot with an amateur camera, tells the story of three college students kinootdeleniya who got lost in the thick woods of Maryland. The children studied the legend of the Blair Witch, dedicating her graduate work. Get the most realistic cinema: its creators have long argued that the tape has been mounted from the videotape, accidentally found in the forest, and the characters themselves - were missing and probably killed.
Of course, this was a ploy to attract viewers, but filming locations around the town of Borkitsvil really began - the same one which has long walk eerie legends. They say, for example, that in the 40s of the last century in the local woods hosted maniac who killed dozens of people under the influence of witches. Filming also took place in the National Park of Maryland called Seneca Creek State.
The shooting took place in the dense forests of Maryland
Almost 600 liters of artificial blood took the creators of this horror, telling about the rest three students in Western Europe. Concluding his "tour", naive Americans finally decide to hang in Bratislava, where they live - as a casual friend assures them - hundreds of beautiful and all consonants girls. Ending the trip, of course, is not a happy ending, and the meat grinder.
Despite the fact that the film takes place in Slovakia, street shooting took place in the Czech Republic - towns Český Krumlov and Milovice. A torture scene was filmed in the northern district of Prague called Bohnice, in an abandoned psychiatric hospital, built in neo-baroque style.
Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic
Heartbreaking scene at the end of the film, when detectives Mills (Brad Pitt) and Somerset (Morgan Freeman), open terrible box was removed under elektrovyshkami in the vicinity of Lancaster, California.
In general, almost all shooting thriller took place in Los Angeles, but to know him in the film can not be: first, the creators of the "Seven" did not want it to be a particular city on the map of the US, and secondly, We made the most dismal colors.
The surroundings of Lancaster, CA
"The Silence of the Lambs"
While investigating a series of murders committed by a serial killer nicknamed "Buffalo Bill," the FBI agent Clarice Starling (Jodie Foster) turns for help to the killer-cannibal Hannibal Lector (Anthony Hopkins).
In one scene, a girl attends Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Pittsburgh to meet with the entomologist, and understand what kind of insect leaves the offender in the throat of his victims. Shooting scene took place in one of the laboratories of the museum, which is one of the largest in the United States. In particular, it is one of the best collections of dinosaur skeletons in the world.
Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Pittsburgh
"A Nightmare on Elm Street"
Freddy Krueger, the villain in the filthy striped pullover and battered hat, wielding in the fictional town of Springwood. The film was shot (the first in a series of horror films about Freddie) were in the Los Angeles suburb. For example, the scenes at the school where I studied heroes "Nightmare", filmed in the real-life John Marshall High School, and was the home of Tina house number 620 Milwood Avenue Street.
However, the most popular among fans of the movie series still enjoys Thompson House, where Nancy lived. Its role "played" cottage on Genesee Avenue Street. It's funny that in reality, the house has the same number as the cine on Elm Street - №1428.
The cottage at 1428 N Genesee Avenue, Los Angeles
One of the worst films of the last century (which, incidentally, has received two "Oscars") was filmed in Washington. The main heroine of the picture - a little girl Regan, which infuses the devil. First, the whole family is worn on the baby's doctor to find out what happened to her, and then, having lost any hope addresses the exorcist.
Much of the film was filmed in Georgetown - the oldest district of the US capital with ancient buildings, antique shops, bookstores, and arrayed in a Gothic-style buildings at Georgetown University. After the release of "The Exorcist," the main attraction of the area has become a cinematic stone staircase at 3600 Prospect St NW - the same one which fell at the end of the film the father Karras. Sometimes called the "Exorcist Stairs."
"Stairway Exorcist" in Georgetown, Washington, DC
Roman Polanski horror film (about a young couple who is expecting a baby, and a series of mystical events) starred in the infamous building of "Dakota", which is the island of Manhattan. However, at the time of filming (1968) it was just a nice luxury house.
the world public attention attracted The Dakota 12 years later, when he was killed by its most famous resident - John Lennon. The offender waylaid "Beatle" next to the house, and then released into his back five bullets, two of which were fatal. Bleeding profusely, the musician took a few steps and fell to the ground - right next to the booth guard, in an arch "Dakota".
"Dakota Building", New York
The American remake of the Japanese horror film grossed $ 250 million, was shot in Washington state. For example, the apartment of the journalist Rachel (Naomi Watts) is located in a house at 1200 Western Avenue in Seattle, and the scene in the darkroom, where she showed pictures of dead teenagers shot in an office building at 1925 5th Avenue.
Horse Farm, where Morgan lived in a film, the adoptive parents of Samara, was found in the town of Monroe (23200 Yeager Road), and the eerie beacon flickering black-and-white videotape - in Newport (Oregon). "Call" lighthouse Yaquina brought great popularity, although it was known before the horror: first, with his foot a great view of the Pacific Ocean, and secondly, it has a floor extension, which is considered a rarity in lighthouses.
Yaquina Lighthouse in Newport, Oregon
"The Texas Chainsaw Massacre"
Furniture made of animal bones, freezers with the corpses of teenagers, bloody hooks and cute weirdo named Leatherface with a chainsaw in his hands. All this - the famous "slasher" -uzhastike that after its release in 1974, was banned in several countries. Shooting a low-budget picture took place in Texas (Round Rock), in an old farmhouse, which had no ventilation.
It was a humid sweltering summer, and the temperature rose to 35 degrees. The hardest part had an actor who played a maniac killer: in a few weeks, 16 hours a day, he had to wear heavy, soaked with paint suit and a thick mask. Mansion of "Carnage" is still there, though it has long been restored and "moved" to a new location - in Kingsland town. Now it is a restaurant "Junction House".
Restaurant "Junction House" in Kingsland, Texas
The first film about the boy Damien (1976), which proved to be the Antichrist in human form, was filmed in London.
Most of the time operators spent 900-year-old and rather gloomy Church of All Saints, which is located in Fulham, on the banks of the Thames. For example, it is a scene in which the priest pierces the lightning rod has been removed. A flicker Garden bishop surrounding the temple in the prologue of the picture. All Saints Church, London
"The Hills Have Eyes"
The story about a bloodthirsty cannibal-mutants occur in the American desert, where he once conducted a nuclear test. Carter family traveling in the trailer and on his way to San Diego. However, the seemingly perfect vacation suddenly pull down the monsters that get out of the dungeon ... The shooting of the film, oddly enough, were not in the United States, but in a much cheaper in terms of labor force Morocco.
That is, in the foothills of the Atlas, known for his landscape painting. In the vicinity of the local town of Ouarzazate starred Hit Movies such as "Gladiator", "Alexander" and "Prince of Persia". However, there are also some scary scenery - like a deserted gas station, which turned round and the whole story in the "Hills".
Gas stations in Morocco desert.