Very cool. Love this remake, watched it last night for the umpteenth time, was wondering if the house was still around.
Yes, the house is still there and owned by the same couple that bought it in 1990.
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.
Well I don't take too kindly to people with the name teagarden.
were any parts of this movie shot in volant pa. ?
A few scenes were shot near zelionople he mentions it in the movie. That's not far from Volant down route 19
Not that I'm aware of. There aren't many filming locations for this movie which also make it unlikely.
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
Brian should cash in and have a open day for fans.
Right? If I owned the place. I'd charge 20 per person.
I was told there was some filming in Amity, PA... anyone know any of the details?
extremely old post but George Romero Directed the Stephen King movie the Dark Half. The scene where they bury George Stark was at the Amity Cemetery I heard. From watching the movie I believe this to be true.
Nice . thanks.
Watching it now... It's cool to see the then and now pics.
Check out a movie Fan of the dead 2007 for a look inside the NOTLD farm house :)
That Fan of the Dead is mighty difficult to find!
I thought there was some filming in Connellsville Pa??
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.
I was just here this weekend, traveled here from CT. Was a great experience and saw some pretty cool stuff. Didn't go up to the house but drove by and took a bunch of pictures. The barn infront of the house has been updated with new siding .
Is the old chapel in the cemetery still standing? I had read it wss to be torn down.
It was still there when I visited in 2018. Some time prior to that, it was slated to be torn down but there was a "Save the chapel" petition and they ended up not only keeping it but renovating it.
I’m pleased, one of my fav.90’s zombie- movies/Great location during filming👍🏼
I live a couple of hours away and inwas wondering if I were to come up how close to the house would I be able to get without trespassing. Pictures are great but I do notice a distance between the house and where the photo was taken. Is this hill off the side of a main rd. or is there a walk through a grassy terrain and now at this time possibly a snow terrain...
When I visited the location, I parked at the head of the driveway and walked to the house in order to ask the owner if I could take some pictures of the house and property, because I was a fan of the film. He seemed annoyed and his answer was no. So, as soon as anyone steps onto their property (driveway) they're basically trespassing. The hill I took my pictures from was indeed on the side of a public road. Good luck.
Thanks so much for getting back to me! I live 3 hrs. away and just didn't know if traveling up would be worth it depending on the distance I was away once I got there. The public road doesn't seem like a bad place to watch from afar and spectate in awe....
This has been my favorite film for about 17 years. I've always wondered about the locations, and I'm sad to learn the owner's not the nicest, though I appreciate my own privacy....Thanks for all your work! This site is amazing!! <3
Thank you very much, Lee-Bug!
You should start a youtube channel! I will subscribe. People now don't do blog much.
There's a link to my YouTube channel under "Then & Now Movie Locations Social Media".
Traveled to New Bloomfield PA from Tampa FL to visit gfs parents while we set to be guests at the horror con Grossfest in Washington PA. Well The Rona forced The con to cancel so my co-host and I immediately went and paid a visit to the 68 and 90 locations. We were very respectful at the 90 house and only traveled halfway down the driveway as to not upset the residents but not without pics. We recorded alot of video and footage for our show. We played NOTLD90 in a watch party on FB and then we both quickly went critical mass fanboy! We stoped at the Monroeville Mall and stood in front of Pennies and walked everywhere. It's so great that these locations are accessable to fans. Ft.Myers is next on the list as I live just a couple hours drive north of where the main street is. I have discovered this awesome page and thought I'd share my 2 pennies Slinky Giallo
Does anyone know why this location was chosen? Were there any spooky encounters in the area etc?
I have visited these locations myself. It was an honor to see these locations in person. My friend and I were in Pittsburgh and visited these locations in Washington, Pa it was cool. I was careful at least at the house. I just took pictures from the public road above the property. That’s the only way you can get any good photos just try not to get caught by the owner because you’re completely exposed up there on that hill/road. Good luck to anybody that visits.
Was that house still there in west Middletown and who owns that house in west middletown