The creepiest horror movie set in every US state (2022)

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1. Alabama — "Body Snatchers" (1993) 2. Alaska — "The Fourth Kind" (2004) 3. Arizona — "Poltergeist II: The Other Side" (1988) 4. Arkansas — "The Town That Dreaded Sundown" (1946) 5. California — "Paranormal Activity" (2007) 6. Colorado — "The Shining" (1980) 7. Connecticut — "Friday the 13th" (1980) 8. Delaware — "Survival of the Dead" (2009) 9. Florida — "Day of the Dead" (1985) 10. Georgia — "Deliverance" (1972) 11. Hawaii — "A Perfect Getaway" (2009) 12. Idaho — "Idaho Transfer" (1973) 13. Illinois — "Halloween" (1978) 14. Indiana — "Close Encounters of the Third Kind" (1977) 15. Iowa — "The Crazies" (2010) 16. Kansas — "Critters" (1986) 17. Kentucky — "The Return of the Living Dead" (1985) 18. Louisiana — "Interview With the Vampire" (1994) 19. Maine — "It" (1990) 20. Maryland — "The Blair Witch Project" (1999) 21. Massachusetts — "Shutter Island" (2010) 22. Michigan — "It Follows" (2015) 23. Minnesota — "Jennifer’s Body" (2009) 24. Mississippi — "The Premonition" (1976) 25. Missouri — "Carnival of Souls" (1962) 26. Montana — "Alien Abduction: Incident in Lake County" (1998) 27. Nebraska — "Children of the Corn" (1984) 28. Nevada — "Let Me In" (2010) 29. New Hampshire — "The Dead Zone" (1979) 30. New Jersey — "Friday the 13th" (1980) 31. New Mexico — "The Hills Have Eyes" (1977 and 2006) 32. New York — "Rosemary’s Baby" (1968) 33. North Carolina — "Carrie" (1976) 34. North Dakota — "Leprechaun" (1993) 35. Ohio — "Nightmare on Elm Street" (1984) 36. Oklahoma — "Near Dark" (1987) 37. Oregon — "Phantasm" (1979) 38. Pennsylvania — "The Sixth Sense" (1999) 39. Rhode Island — "The Conjuring" (2013) 40. South Carolina — "Cape Fear" (1991) 41. South Dakota — "Imprint" (2007) 42. Tennessee — "Evil Dead" (1981) 43. Texas — "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" (1974) 44. Utah — "Skinwalker Ranch" (2013) 45. Vermont — "What Lies Beneath" (2000) 46. Virginia — "The Silence of the Lambs" (1991) 47. Washington — "The Ring" (2002) 48. Washington, DC — "The Exorcist" (1973) 49. West Virginia — "The Mothman Prophecies" (2002) 50. Wisconsin — "Dawn of the Dead" (2004) 51. Wyoming — "Joyride" (2001) FAQs Videos
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The creepiest horror movie set in every US state (1)

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Scary movies are a time-honored tradition, especially around Halloween and it turns out that every US state has played host to at least a couple of horror films.

These are the scary movies that have taken place in each state.

1. Alabama — "Body Snatchers" (1993)

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Dorset Productions

This third movie of the "Body Snatchers" franchise, with aliens landing in pods to take over people’s bodies. This installment takes place on an Alabama military base.

2. Alaska — "The Fourth Kind" (2004)

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Universal Pictures

This movie recounts a series of alleged real-life disappearances in Nome, Alaska, that some chalked up to alien abductions. Some Nome locals were offended by the movie's attempts to cash in on real people's deaths, according to the Anchorage Daily News. Either way, the movie's super creepy.

3. Arizona — "Poltergeist II: The Other Side" (1988)

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Freddie Fields Productions

Some say "Poltergeist II," which sees the Freeling family moving to Arizona, is even creepier than the original. That’s debatable but one thing’s for sure: the stark backdrops of Arizona lend themselves well to the horror genre.

4. Arkansas — "The Town That Dreaded Sundown" (1946)

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IMDb

A hooded serial killer picking off small-town Arkansas residents one by one is scary. The fact that this movie is based on a real-life Texarkana crime spree from 1946 makes this even scarier.

5. California — "Paranormal Activity" (2007)

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Paramount / Paranormal Activity trailer

Plenty of movies, scary or otherwise, take place in California. But the creepiest one of them all is "Paranormal Activity," the haunted-house thriller about a couple that movies to San Diego and finds out that their new home would rather not have them.

6. Colorado — "The Shining" (1980)

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Warner Bros

Stephen King and Stanley Kubrick’s creepy tale of a haunted hotel in Colorado might just ruin snow days and ski resorts for you for life.

7. Connecticut — "Friday the 13th" (1980)

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IMDB / Paramount Pictures

Western Connecticut is home to one of the silver screen’s most notorious killers, Jason, in "Friday the 13th" and its various spin-offs.

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8. Delaware — "Survival of the Dead" (2009)

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Blank of the Dead Productions

What would happen if zombies invaded an island of the coast of Delaware? Watch "Survival of the Dead" and you’ll find out.

9. Florida — "Day of the Dead" (1985)

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United Film Distribution Company (UFDC)

In this zombie thriller from the same director as "Survival of the Dead," zombies have all but taken over the world. A few humans are left in an underground bunker in Florida — but maybe not for long.

10. Georgia — "Deliverance" (1972)

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Warner Bros.

This super-creepy features two city guys who are horrified to stumble upon a town full of what they call "hillbillies." Now, 40 years later, some Georgia natives are offended by the movie, according to Marketplace.

11. Hawaii — "A Perfect Getaway" (2009)

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Rogue

What could be scary about Hawaii? Murdered hikers, that’s what. This movie is a chillingtale from the island.

12. Idaho — "Idaho Transfer" (1973)

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Kathleen Film Prod. Co.

Peter Fonda directed this thriller about time travel. Its slow pace makes it as creepy as can be.

13. Illinois — "Halloween" (1978)

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Compass International Pictures via YouTube

With movies "Child’s Play," "Halloween," and "Candyman" and many more all taking place within its borders, Illinois might just be the creepiest state of the union. The scariest of these three, though, has to be "Halloween." It was scary enough to spawn sequels that are still coming out to this day, with the latest installment that came out this October.

14. Indiana — "Close Encounters of the Third Kind" (1977)

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Columbia Pictures

Only half of this movie takes place in Indiana, but with college memorabilia and references to the Muncie Police Department, its Indiana cred it strong.

15. Iowa — "The Crazies" (2010)

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Overture Films

A stereotypical sleepy, small, Midwestern town becomes infected by a virus that causes people to become bloodthirsty killers in this remake of a 1973 film.

16. Kansas — "Critters" (1986)

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New Line Cinemas

This creepy movie is also a comedy, but the visual of the critters alone will be enough to haunt your dreams.

17. Kentucky — "The Return of the Living Dead" (1985)

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Hemdale

This zombie flick shows a group of friends trying to save their Kentucky town from a zombie infestation.

18. Louisiana — "Interview With the Vampire" (1994)

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Warner Bros. screencap

What could be creepier than a child vampire (played by Kirsten Dunst, no less)? Not much, as viewers of this deep-south tale of the undead can tell you.

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19. Maine — "It" (1990)

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Warner Home Video

Thanks to New Englander Stephen King, there’s no shortage of scary movies set in Maine. But only "It" holds the distinction of teaching generations of kids how clowns are sometimes scary, not fun.

20. Maryland — "The Blair Witch Project" (1999)

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Artisan

A pop culture phenomenon when it was first released, "The Blair Witch Project" was made all the more creepy because many theatergoers weren’t sure if they were watching a documentary or a fictional film.

21. Massachusetts — "Shutter Island" (2010)

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Paramount

Perhaps thanks to the legacy of the Salem Witch Trials, Massachusetts is another state with plenty of scary movie fodder. But the creepy mental hospital in "Shutter Island," starting Leonardo DiCaprio, takes the cake for scary movie settings.

22. Michigan — "It Follows" (2015)

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Netflix

This movie about a sexually-transmitted curse is known for capturing the tension between Detroit proper and its suburbs, according to an essay in Slate.

23. Minnesota — "Jennifer’s Body" (2009)

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Fox Atomic

In this teen-movie-zombie-flick hybrid, Megan Fox plays a popular girl gone bad — like, flesh-eating, boy-killing bad.

24. Mississippi — "The Premonition" (1976)

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Movicorp Media

In this creepy movie, a young girl’s unstable biological mother returns to claim her from the benevolent foster mother who’s been raising her. There’s also an evil clown.

25. Missouri — "Carnival of Souls" (1962)

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Harcourt Productions

This cult classic joins the canon of scary movies made in and around Kansas City, Missouri, thanks to the city’s culture of urban legends.

26. Montana — "Alien Abduction: Incident in Lake County" (1998)

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Dick Clark Productions

In this found-footage movie, a teenager is recording his family’s Thanksgiving dinner when, suddenly, aliens attack.

27. Nebraska — "Children of the Corn" (1984)

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New World Pictures

This iconic Stephen King movie features a cult of kids who sacrifice their members when they reach a certain age.

28. Nevada — "Let Me In" (2010)

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Overture Films

Chloë Grace Moretz has one of the spookiest roles in movie history in this vampire flick.

29. New Hampshire — "The Dead Zone" (1979)

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Paramount Pictures

Another Stephen King classic, this movie involves a man who can see into the future, but nothing he sees is good.

30. New Jersey — "Friday the 13th" (1980)

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Paramount

Jason is one of the most iconic movie murderers of all time, making this the scariest movie to be set in the Garden State (and rest assured, there are a lot).

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31. New Mexico — "The Hills Have Eyes" (1977 and 2006)

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Vanguard

This movie first came out in 1977 and had an even creepier remake in 2006. It’s about a road-tripping family that encounters zombies from a nuclear disaster.

32. New York — "Rosemary’s Baby" (1968)

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Paramount Pictures

Anyone who has their heart set on a pre-war apartment building in New York City might change their mind after watching what happens to Mia Farrow and her family in "Rosemary’s Baby."

33. North Carolina — "Carrie" (1976)

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United Artists via YouTube

The original teen horror movie, "Carrie" shows what happens when high-schoolers decide to pick on someone who’s stronger than they seem.

34. North Dakota — "Leprechaun" (1993)

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Trimark Pictures

This film about a leprechaun terrorizing a town in North Dakota was not critically beloved, but it was creepy —and it gave Jennifer Aniston her first movie role.

35. Ohio — "Nightmare on Elm Street" (1984)

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New Line Cinema

This movie introduced Freddy Krueger to the world, and spawned numerous sequels.

36. Oklahoma — "Near Dark" (1987)

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F/M

This vampire movie was directed by Kathryn Bigelow early in her career.

37. Oregon — "Phantasm" (1979)

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New Breed Productions Inc.

This classic follows a brother and sister as they confront a creepy undertaker known as "Tall Man."

38. Pennsylvania — "The Sixth Sense" (1999)

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Buena Vista Pictures

It’s only fitting that this M. Night Shyamalan film — with one of the best surprise endings of all time — was all about ghosts in one of America’s oldest cities, Philadelphia.

39. Rhode Island — "The Conjuring" (2013)

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Warner Bros.

This film based on a haunted farmhouse was allegedly so realistic to audiences, the house’s owners are reportedly suing Warner Brothers because so many people are trespassing on their property.

40. South Carolina — "Cape Fear" (1991)

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Universal via YouTube

Similar to "Shutter Island," this is a horror film directed by Martin Scorsese, and it pays great attention to the region in which it was shot.

41. South Dakota — "Imprint" (2007)

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Linn Productions

In this film, a woman visits her dying father on the reservation where she was raised — and starts to hear voices.

42. Tennessee — "Evil Dead" (1981)

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Sony Pictures

This movie’s been called a "cult phenomenon," and the cabin where it was shot is reportedly still standing.

43. Texas — "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" (1974)

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Vortex

Texas is home to many horror films, but "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" remains its most iconic export by far.

44. Utah — "Skinwalker Ranch" (2013)

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DeepStudios

This movie might have the creepiest title on the list. Many of the film’s extraterrestrial phenomena are based on real Utah folklore.

45. Vermont — "What Lies Beneath" (2000)

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DreamWorks

This psychological thriller centers around a wealthy couple whose lives are upended by paranormal visions in their home.

46. Virginia — "The Silence of the Lambs" (1991)

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Orion Pictures

One of the creepiest films ever made, "The Silence of the Lambs" takes place and was shot mostly in Virginia.

47. Washington — "The Ring" (2002)

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Dreamworks Pictures

The moody weather of the Pacific Northwest lends itself well to horror, as cult classic "The Ring" proved.

48. Washington, DC — "The Exorcist" (1973)

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Warner Bros.

This horror classic, based on a book, is one of the few movies to take place in the District of Columbia.

49. West Virginia — "The Mothman Prophecies" (2002)

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Lakeshore Entertainment

This film is based on a flying monster from West Virginian folklore, whose existence has been debated.

50. Wisconsin — "Dawn of the Dead" (2004)

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A remake of a George A. Romero zombie classic, "Dawn of the Dead" imagines what would happen if a shopping mall became infested with the undead.

51. Wyoming — "Joyride" (2001)

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Hulu

A road trip prank goes very, very wrong in this teen horror film.

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People want to know if Ouija Origin of Evil is based on a true event after hearing so many ghost stories over the years. The answer to that query, according to the official movie advertising, is no. The movie is technically based on the Hasbro board game of the same name.

Where is Ouija located? ›

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How old is the Ouija movie? ›

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Is Veronica a real story? ›

It is loosely based on true events from the 1991 Vallecas case where Estefanía Gutiérrez Lázaro died mysteriously after she used a ouija board.

What does Netflix say about Veronica? ›

Part of what makes "Veronica" so terrifying is that is is based on a true story. In 1992, Madrid police investigated the mysterious death of a young girl, who passed away in hospital shortly after meddling with a Ouija board. The case was never really solved and remains "unexplained" to this day.

How much of Veronica is true? ›

The main character and her adorable siblings never actually existed, and the events in the film are heavily fictionalized. However, the police documents that follow the credits are from the Vallecas Case, a chilling series of unexplained events that happened to a family in Spain in the early '90s.

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As part of something called the Science of Scare Project, it was determined that Sinister, Scott Derrickson's creepy 2012 chiller starring Ethan Hawke, is the scariest movie ever made.

How scary is The Conjuring? ›

Parents need to know that The Conjuring is a truly scary horror movie that's based on a true story about a haunted house, a demon possession, and an exorcism. It's more frightening than gory; no characters die (except a dog), and not much blood is shown, except during an intense demon-possession scene at the climax.

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Parents need to know that Insidious is one of the most terrifying scary horror movies in some time, and it's not recommended for younger teens (or anyone without a high tolerance for "jump" scenes).

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'Probably scarier,' but long

#ITChapterTwo is probably scarier than chapter one - more Pennywise imagery to haunt your dreams. But it also loses a lot of charm in the shift in focus from the coming of age to the now adult characters. At nearly 3 hours it feels long.

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Is Sinister OK for kids? ›

It's actually a modern horror that is actually scary. This film is very disturbing though and if is definitely not for young children. There is hanging, drowning, etc. But it's ok for mature 13 year olds.

Is The Conjuring ok for a 12 year old? ›

And, according to this information, The Conjuring movies are not suitable for anyone below the age of 15. All of The Conjuring movies contain material deemed suitable for older audiences. Most of the films include strong supernatural elements, while some feature a certain level of threat, violence, or injury.

How scary is the nun? ›

The Nun is rated R for its violence and bloody images, and this is present from the opening sequence. There's a fair amount of blood shown, with one decaying corpse returned to in various states throughout. While that will definitely upset the very squeamish, there's nothing overly extreme in The Nun.

How scary is the black phone? ›

The Black Phone has some jump scares that work to shock the audience, but the true horror lies in the trauma that is conveyed through the relatable characters. This is an intelligent thriller that takes its time to establish its narrative and tension. While the jump scares are present, they are few and far between.

How old is Chucky? ›

With the new information offered by Chucky's long-awaited backstory for Charles Lee Ray, merged with the doll's subsequent shelf life, Chucky is officially, as of 2021, a 64-year-old soul hiding behind an eternally youthful visage.

Can a 11 year old watch Annabelle? ›

It's good for ages 14+

What age is appropriate for? ›

Great film, but not for kids under 13

I recommend this film to everyone who loves slightly disturbing films and TV shows like me but for anyone under the age of 13 you really should not watch it. It's very gory and contains adult language.

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