Jump to Main ContentJump to Primary Navigation
Top

Horror Movie Locations On Google Maps

dakota-new-york.jpg

How are you planning to spend your Halloween? No wait, let us guess.

You're going to watch Ghostbusters again, because it has horror elements, you're going to ignore trick or treaters again, because it's essentially just seasonal begging and you're going to pretend to scare your partner by putting a sheet over your head again, because it's still funny. Ish. 

But we have different plans for you. Why not just quit your job and spend all of your savings on a horror-themed road trip where you visit the real locations of some iconic scary movies. If that sounds like too much effort, well we've done a Google-based trip ourselves.

Here's what we found:

The Omen

The Omen

Location: All Saints Church in Fulham, London

Known for: The gruesome impaling of a priest by a lightning conductor


 

Rosemary's Baby

Rosemary's Baby

Location: The Dakota, New York

Known for: The ill-fated apartment block that Rosemary found herself under the spell of satanists


 

Halloween

Halloween

Location: 1530 N. Orange Grove, Los Angeles

Known for: The house where Laurie goes to babysit and ends up being stalked by Michael Myers


 

Poltergeist

Poltergeist

Location: 4267 Roxbury Street, Simi Valley, California

Known for: Well, being the house where all kinds of paranormal activity takes place


 

The Mist

The Mist

Location: Tom's Market, Vivian, Louisiana

Known for: The supermarket where a variety of nightmarish creatures attack


 

Scream 2

Scream 2

Location: The Rialto, South Pasadena, California

Known for: The grisly opening murders during a screening of Stab


 

Drag Me To Hell

Drag Me To Hell

Location: 1031 Everett Street, Echo Park, California

Known for: The house where our poor heroine is put through the wringer by a demon


 

The Fog

The Fog

Location: Point Reyes lighthouse, Marin County, California

Known for: The place where Stevie records her radio show


 

The Birds

The Birds

Location: 17110 Bodega Lane, Bodega, California

Known for: The infamous school attack


 

Old Queens Head

Shaun of the Dead

Location: Monson Road at Balborough St, London

Known for: The pub where Shaun and his cohorts go to stay safe

Related

house10.jpg

Haunting illustrations of cinema's spookiest houses

1358106638_american-horror-story-asylum-poster1.jpg

The 8 Scariest Shows On Netflix

HERO1.jpg

The 25 creepiest book covers ever

creepy hero.jpg

The 25 creepiest movie posters ever

horror.jpg

Kids from horror films: Where are they now?

Scary Books HERO.jpg

The 30 Scariest Books Ever Written

Comments

More

Watch the new trailer for Valerian & the City of a Thousand Planets

It stars Cara Delevingne, Clive Owen, Rihanna and Herbie Hancock

by Dave Fawbert
24 May 2017

People are remembering Roger Moore's amazing newspaper correction

The most classically Roger Moore moment you can imagine

by Dave Fawbert
24 May 2017

Tom Cruise says 'Top Gun 2' is 'definitely happening'

But when Tom? When?!

by Dave Fawbert
24 May 2017

This story about Roger Moore will bring happiness to your day

What a great man

by Gary Ogden
23 May 2017

Let's all watch Alan Partridge's reenactment of 'The Spy Who Loved Me'

"Stop getting Bond wrong!"

by Dave Fawbert
23 May 2017

Simon Pegg and Nick Frost are making a new comedy-horror together

It's called 'Slaughterhouse Rulez' and sounds A+

by Alex Finnis
17 May 2017

New trailer drops for 'War for the Planet of the Apes'

It all ends here

by Matt Tate
16 May 2017

Why are Adam Sandler's deliberately terrible movies so irresistible?

They constantly get terrible ratings, and yep keep making big money. What's Adam Sandler's secret?

by Josh Pappenheim
15 May 2017

Ian McShane: “I haven’t seen a lot of films I’ve done”

We spoke to the veteran actor, and tried not to get distracted by how good he smelled

by Ralph Jones
10 May 2017

'Get Out' has broken records by raking in $200 million worldwide

Jordan Peele has become the first African-American writer-director to have his debut movie pass the $200 million mark

by Gary Ogden
09 May 2017