Halloween 5 was released on October 13th, 1989.
Filming locations include Ogden, Orem and Salt Lake City, UT.
Michael Myers exits the mine shaft - Big Cottonwood Canyon Rd. and FR015 Salt Lake City, Ut. 84121
(Storm Mountain Picnic Area)
Children's Clinic - N. Canyon Hills Dr. Orem, Ut. 84097
Carruthers' house - 590 3rd Ave. Salt Lake City, Ut. 84103
Myers house - 1007 1st Ave. Salt Lake City, Ut. 84103
Quick Food Mart - 89 D St. Salt Lake City, Ut. 84103
Dale's Gas Station - 200 E and 600 S Salt Lake City, Ut. 84111
NOTE: The gas station is no longer there and another building now stands in it's place.
Tower farm - 114 S 2250 W Ogden, Ut. 84404
If you've ever seen Stephen King's "The Stand", it uses several of the locations from Halloweens 4 and 5. The Carruther's house, makes an appearance, the children's hospital, Memory Grove, Ridgemont Sanitarium, and Vincent's Drug Store. Thought that was pretty cool since I just watched The Stand recently. Also, Don Shanks has a brief scene at one point.ReplyDelete
Speaking of The Stand, where was the gas station located, Campion crashed into the pumps?Delete
Check out the area of Bonneville Blvd in Salt Lake. I believe this area was used for the final scenes of part four as well as the beginning of part five. City Creek runs thru the canyon in this area and some spots look like it might have been used for the mineshaft/river sequence at the beginning. Just curious what you thought.ReplyDelete
While it certainly makes sense that they'd use that area considering it was so close to some of the other locations for the film(s) I just don't see a similarity in the way the road curves like in H4. Also, the boulders on the side of the creek/river at the beginning don't seem to match the smaller one's in City Creek.Delete
FYI, it was Mill Creek Canyon.Delete
Any ideas on where the Tower Farm location is??ReplyDelete
114 S 2250 W. Ogden, Ut. 84404Delete
Everything was easy to find except for the Children’s Clinic. It’s really difficult to find in Orem and you can only see a little bit of it from a nearby path.ReplyDelete
The farm location was in Slaterville, Utah, where I grew up as a youth and teenager 1951-1963. I drove by two days ago and (sadly) confirmed that the old barn is now completely gone. The farmhouse we lived in is still standing, however . . .ReplyDelete
Really? The barn was still standing as of June 2022.Delete