8/10/13

Night of the Living Dead (1990)

 
























Night of the Living Dead was released on October 19th, 1990.
Filming locations include Washington and West Middletown, PA.


Evans City Cemetery - E. Main St. West Middletown, Pa. 15379
(West Middletown Cemetery)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Farmhouse - 4051 Jefferson Ave. Washington, Pa. 15301
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

14 comments:

  1. Very cool. Love this remake, watched it last night for the umpteenth time, was wondering if the house was still around.

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  2. Yes the house and most of the other structures on the property are still there (the above photos were taken 3 months ago). However, be cautious because the owner of the property, Brian Teagarden doesn't take kindly to Night of the Living Dead fans.

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  3. Well I don't take too kindly to people with the name teagarden.

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  4. were any parts of this movie shot in volant pa. ?

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  5. Not that I'm aware of. There aren't many filming locations for this movie which also make it unlikely.

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  6. ok thank you , a friend of mine told me there was a zombie movie filmed there in volant pa. in the 1980s or early 1990s thought it may have been the NOTLD remake
    thanks
    RANDY

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  7. Brian should cash in and have a open day for fans.

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  8. I was told there was some filming in Amity, PA... anyone know any of the details?

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  9. Nice . thanks.

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  10. Watching it now... It's cool to see the then and now pics.

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  11. Check out a movie Fan of the dead 2007 for a look inside the NOTLD farm house :)

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  12. That Fan of the Dead is mighty difficult to find!

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  13. I thought there was some filming in Connellsville Pa??

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  14. As a Zombie fan since I first saw the original "Night of the living dead" in 1978, I was hooked. I have met several original cast members and became friends with Karl(Harry Cooper) Hardman. I have visited ALL the sites of the original. When the 1990 remake came out, I headed straight to Washington, PA from central Ohio. At the time the house was on the market through Century 21, so luckily nobody was living there at the time. I decided that I needed to take a piece home with me. Not to do any destruction I found a Welcome Mat near the porch and got a picture of myself holding the Mat to prove that this was where I picked this up. When I met Karl Hardman in 1989 he commented that nobody had ever came to Pittsburgh to meet him and always considered me the 1968 Night Of The Living Dead number 1 fan.

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