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40 More L.A. Spots Where Your Favorite Horror Movies Were Filmed


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Broadway in downtownFather Perez (Tony Amendola) carries the Annabelle doll in Annabelle (2014).; Credit: Warner Bros.The Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownThe Langham Apartments from Annabelle at 715 Normandie Ave. in KoreatownThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownThe Lamberts' home in Insidious (2010); Credit: Haunted MoviesThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownThe house from Insidious in Victoria ParkThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownDriving into Springwood in Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare (1991); Credit: New Line CinemaThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownThe entrance to Springwood in Franklin Canyon Park at the intersection of Franklin Canyon and Lake drivesThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownLittle Maggie/Katherine Krueger (Cassandra Rachel Friel) appears on the road to Springwood in Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare.; Credit: New Line CinemaThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownLake Drive near the Hastain Trail in Franklin Canyon ParkThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownThe Crypt Keeper arrives at the premiere of Demon Knight in Tales From the Crypt: Demon Knight (1995).; Credit: Universal PicturesThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownThe Regency Bruin TheatreThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownThe Regency Bruin TheatreThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownThe Regency Bruin TheatreThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownat 961 Broxton Ave.The Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownAndy Barclay (Alex Vincent) at school in Child's Play 2 (1990); Credit: Universal PicturesThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownDorris Place Elementary SchoolThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownDorris Place Elementary SchoolThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownwhich was also shot at Dorris Place Elementary School.; Credit: Glacier FilmsThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownDorris Place Elementary SchoolThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownSam (Corey Haim)The Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownAlan Frog (Jamison Newlander) and Edgar Frog (Corey Feldman) burst into a church to get some holy water in The Lost Boys (1987).; Credit: Warner Bros.The Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownThe church from The Lost Boys on Midwest Street on the Warner Bros. backlotThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownGordon Hardesty (Graham Skipper) waits for his brother outside of Eddie Brandt's Saturday Matinee in Beyond the Gates (2016).; Credit: Destroy All EntertainmentThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownEddie Brandt's Saturday MatineeThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownEddie Brandt's Saturday MatineeThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownEddie Brandt's Saturday MatineeThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownEddie Brandt's Saturday MatineeThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownEddie Brandt's Saturday MatineeThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownEddie Brandt's Saturday MatineeThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownEddie Brandt's Saturday MatineeThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownat 306 Loma Drive in the Westlake neighborhood.The Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownLaine waits to be buzzed into the hospital.; Credit: Universal PicturesThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownThe front gate of the Mary Andrews Clark Memorial HomeThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownThe opening title sequence of Return of the Living Dead Part II (1988); Credit: Lorimar Film EntertainmentThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownA number of scenes from Return of the Living Dead Part II were filmed in Sierra MadreThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownA number of scenes from Return of the Living Dead Part II were filmed in Sierra MadreThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownA number of scenes from Return of the Living Dead Part II were filmed in Sierra MadreThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownlocated at 87 W. Sierra Madre Blvd.The Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownGhost hunters Tucker (Angus Sampson)The Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownand Specs (Leigh Whannell) outside the new Lambert residence in Insidious; Credit: Universal PicturesThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownThe Lambert residence in the South Carthay neighborhoodThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownKids play on the street a couple of days before Halloween in Halloween H20: 20 Years Later (1998).; Credit: Dimension FilmsThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownMelrose Hill Street from Halloween H20The Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownDr. Loomis' longtime assistant nurse Marion (Nancy Stephens) arrives home in Halloween H20.; Credit: Dimension FilmsThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownHouse on Melrose Hill StreetThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownMarion runs next door when she discovers that her house has been broken into.; Credit: Dimension FilmsThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownHouse on Melrose Hill StreetThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownDean (Karl Glusman)The Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtowndrops off Jesse (Elle Fanning) at her motel in The Neon Demon.; Credit: Wild BunchThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownThe Pasada MotelThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownThe Pasada MotelThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownThe Pasada MotelThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownThe Pasada MotelThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownThe Pasada MotelThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownThe Pasada MotelThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownThe Pasada MotelThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. 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Broadway in downtownin Burying the Ex (2014).; Credit: Voltage PicturesThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtown2408 W. Sixth St. in MacArthur ParkThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownEvelyn (Ashley Greene) is annoyed with Max for flirting with the owner of the horror-themed ice cream store I-Scream.; Credit: Voltage PicturesThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownI-Scream from Burying the Ex was located at 2501 W. Sixth St.The Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownI-Scream from Burying the Ex was located at 2501 W. Sixth St.The Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownI-Scream from Burying the Ex was located at 2501 W. Sixth St.The Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownI-Scream from Burying the Ex was located at 2501 W. Sixth St.The Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownI-Scream from Burying the Ex was located at 2501 W. Sixth St.The Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. 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Baldwin Ave. in Sierra MadreThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownBrayker (William Sadler) runs toward the Halfway House Cafe in Tales From the Crypt: Demon Knight.; Credit: Universal PicturesThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownThe Halfway House CafeThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownThe Halfway House CafeThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownThe Halfway House CafeThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownThe Halfway House CafeThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownThe Halfway House CafeThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownThe Halfway House CafeThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownThe Halfway House CafeThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownThe Halfway House CafeThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownThe Halfway House CafeThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownThe Halfway House CafeThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownThe Halfway House CafeThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownlocated at 17 Kerstig Court in Sierra Madre.The Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownFather Tom (Henry Thomas) approaches the Zander home in Ouija: Origin of Evil (2016).; Credit: Universal PicturesThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownThe Highland Park house from the Ouija prequel also was featured in the original 2014 film.The Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownThe Brenners' apartment building in Insidious: Chapter 3; Credit: Blumhouse ProductionsThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownThe Fleur de Lis apartments at 1825 Whitley Ave. in HollywoodThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownSpecsThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. Broadway in downtownSpecsThe Tower Theatre, located at 802 S. 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In 2014, we put together a slideshow of 50 horror movie locations throughout the L.A. area. We visited the fictional towns of Cuesta Verde, Springwood, Haddonfield and more. Well, we're back this year with another 40 terrifying spots from some films that hadn't existed three years ago or just didn't make the cut the last time around. This year, along with photographing some locations from horror films set in L.A., we visited “Chicago,” “Omaha,” the Western town of Bright Hope, the vampire enclave of Santa Clara and more.

All photos by Jared Cowan except where noted.

Please keep in mind that some of these locations are on private property. Do not trespass or disturb the owners (or the ghosts and ghouls that may inhabit these locations).

Follow Jared on Twitter at @JaredCowan1.