Belated Friday the 13th Fun! Check Out This Map Of Horror Movies!
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Belated Friday the 13th Fun! Check Out This Map Of Horror Movies!

By Jodi Clager | Miscellaneous | June 16, 2014 | Comments ()


Bloody Disgusting came across an imgur upload of the United States of Evisceration. My state boasts A Nightmare on Elm Street! Surprisingly, TK’s state doesn’t have TK’s Basement Tapes listed. It’s bullshit.

Which murderous gore-fest committed to celluloid was set in your state?


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  • Anna von Beav

    For, like, 12 seconds I was all "OOH I WONDER WHICH ONE WE oh right the one that was filmed here. Derp."

    I should probably have another cup of coffee.

  • Jay Pausner

    I wonder what film would be listed for Canada?

  • TK

    Justin Bieber: Never Say Never

  • Jay Pausner

    Damn you. It'll never reach classic status like Wrong Turn

  • Fabius_Maximus

    Is Yellow Brick Road even a horror movie? It's horribly bad, but not very scary.

  • Foop

    there seem to be two states missing, although off the top of my head we're left with 30 days of night and A Perfect Getaway

  • Dennis Albert Ramirez

    i will submit 30 Days of Night for Alaska, i don;t know of any horror films set in Hawaii

  • bastich

    I think "A Very Brady Sequel" would count.

  • Al Borland's Beard

    Jennifer's Body? Couldn't they have just used "A Prairie Home Companion"?

  • Bea Pants

    Woo! I forgot You're Next takes place in rural Missouri. Also, the story on which The Exorcist is based happened in St Louis so I think we get an assist on that one

  • Jezzer

    I get Return of the Living Dead. Send more paramedics. :3

  • Andrew

    Deliverance and Close Encounters of the Third Kind are not horror movies.

    Neither is Tremors, really, unless Sharknado is also a horror movie.

  • Uriah_Creep

    What happened to Ned Beatty in Deliverance definitely counts as horror in my book.

  • e jerry powell

    Hell, that's horror to me just because of the dental health issues.

  • Craig Martin

    I guess I prefer The Giant Spider Invasion (although I never heard of it) cause the only other horror film I can think of that takes place in Wisconsin is the Dawn of the Dead remake. As for Maine, couldn't you just put Stephen King in general?

  • fracas

    As a Californian I'm disappointed. Can we be The Birds instead? Hey, Interview with the Vampire actually takes place in California (the flashbacks are in Louisiana and Paris).

  • emmalita

    I'm a little disappointed that Ted Cruz's face and Rick Perry's hair weren't the horrors for which Texas is known.

  • Uriah_Creep

    Did you hear that Ted Cruz recently renounced his Canadian citizenship? I've seldom been so proud.

    * chokes up *

  • emmalita

    Yes, I thought of you and some other Canadians, breathing sighs of relief that he can't run for office there too. But you still have Beiber and Nickleback. (I'll take my wins where I can).

  • Uriah_Creep

    Justin Bieber is a citizen of the Universe now. He has transcended such bourgeois constructs as "countries" (in douchiness, that is.)

  • emmalita

    I think he photoshopped his transcendence. The picture is cropped so that you can't see he is being carried by he four best employees, er, um, friends.

  • bastich

    Justin Beiber: Stealing The Cellphone From The Purse Of God

  • e jerry powell

    What? Do you mean they aren't?

  • emmalita

    In our hearts we know it's true, even if they are not represented on the map.

  • Temmere

    HA! I got Psycho! SUCK IT!

  • kirbyjay

    yeah, well I got Jaws!!! A classic.

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