When I first started this site in 2011, it was for the primary purpose of having a place to document all the movie locations I'd visited, kind of like a scrapbook. Somewhere along the line it also turned into a way to show others, who had the same fascination as I did, where their favorite movies were filmed and how to find them. This site is for anyone who may wish to have some of the same experiences I have.
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Recent Page Additions: The Quick and the Dead (1995) 5/15/23
Recent Page Updates: U Turn 5/10/23
Great site Paul. I appreciate all the work you put in. It took me back. ThanksReplyDelete
No problem and thanks Mr. Bishop, I appreciate it.Delete
Love anything from our childhood (best ever growing up in the 80s and 90s!!). This is very well done and look forward to you adding more in the future! Like Goonies, E.T. Roxanne,ReplyDelete
River's Edge, Ghostbusters so many....ReplyDelete
Oops I know I didn't put just horror sorry!!ReplyDelete
Thank you JediMom Tricks, I definitely plan on adding more! I actually visited The Goonies locations a few years back but the pics turned out so poorly I didn't even bother adding them to the site. Looking forward to going back though.Delete
Paul - your website is amazing, such a gem! I can spend hours looking through these. Can't wait for some more iconic movies like Goonies. Do you go to all of these places yourself or are people contributing to you? All in all, this website/blog is gold.ReplyDelete
It would be nice to be able to search by location in addition to by movie, just a suggestion.
And one day I will visit the Evil Dead site!
Thanks a lot Matt, I appreciate the kind words. I personally visit all of the locations but anyone who may want to send a pic of theirs for me to post are more than welcomed. Also, I appreciate the feedback.Delete
Hope you enjoy the Evil Dead locations as much as I did!
Paul, you need to figure out where Tourist Trap was filmed. I've often wondered where the gas station and waterfall is located.ReplyDelete
I agree! I remember watching that movie when I was a kid.Delete
Very cool site..... Was wondering if ya could do one on the movie Jeepers Creapers.. Would love to see thatReplyDelete
Thanks Christopher! Last summer I actually visited the location of the church as well as the old abandoned building at the end (neither of which is there anymore). Private message me if you're interested in seeing the pics.Delete
Hi Paul - Nigel here from the UK - can you watch the movie "The Car" and document its related movie locations? If you're interested I live close to Guildford which featured locations in The Omen II (the guildford cathedral) - I can send before/after shots for your site?ReplyDelete
forgot to say in my previous post awesome site!ReplyDelete
Thank you very much, Nigel. I finally got around to watching The Car and thought it featured some pretty neat and scenic filming locations. A location article for that film would certainly be a possibility.Delete
Thats a great website. Thank you for all the work you put in here.ReplyDelete
It helps a lot planing the vacation in the US for us :)
Greetings from Germany
Thank you, Kaffeefahrtin. Glad my website could help in regards to your visit to the U.S.Delete
Hi Paul, are you still adding new stuff? I live in L.A. and frequent many old filming locations if you'd like any pics.ReplyDelete
Thanks Nolan, but all the "now" pics I post on my site are one's that I've personally taken (unless noted otherwise). I just think visiting the locations myself and actually being where the movie magic happened is the funnest part of the experience. Appreciate the offer though ;)Delete
I had a chance to watch "Pat Sematary Filming Locations" and "The Lost Boys(Grandpa's House)" on your YouTube Channel. They're awesome. Hope more coming soon.ReplyDelete
Thank you Bee M. and I'm glad you liked them.Delete
This site is awesome!. Congratulations, you are doing a great job.ReplyDelete
Greetings from Spain.
Thank you for the kind words, The hitcher. ¡Hola Espana!ReplyDelete
Love your site! Great stuff Paul.ReplyDelete
Thank you, Seeker909!Delete
Great site! I'm heading to the Salem's Lot locations in a few months. Any chance you could put a map of some kind up so that if I were traveling to a certain location or state, I could instantly check to see if anything on your site was filmed around the area? Just a thought. Keep of the great work!ReplyDelete
the music gone? :(ReplyDelete
do you want me to send pictures of the sack o suds from my cousin vinney or the crash site from the fugitive with harrison fordReplyDelete
I just found your site and I must say I LOVE IT. Thanks so much for what you have done. Aloha DaveReplyDelete
Thank you for the kind words, Dave. Aloha!Delete
Amazing website my man, I was brought to this page while researching downtown Fort Myers (near where I live) where the annual Zombicon was held for many years. Can't believe I got to sit in front of a Q&A With Tom Savini! Anyway, i'm not affiliated with the angry video game nerd but he did a great documentary of Rocky called Rocky jumped a park bench, where he walks through parts of downtown Philly for movie shots.ReplyDelete
also side note, my mom had her third wedding ceremony where a scene from My Girl was filmed in downtown Bartow Florida. =) Cheers!
Awesome site, would love to be able to visit some of those movie locations, but I'm from the Netherlands, so it's pretty difficult for me to visit them all, keep up the good work with the site, this way I can still see some of those locations.ReplyDelete
Thank you e6r6i6c. I agree, it sucks being so far away from a lot of them. I live in Texas and there are a lot of locations in the UK I'd like to visit sometime.Delete
Would you perhaps have Wargames (1984), Home Alone (1990), National Lampoons Vacation (1983), Sneakers (1992) or Rollercoaster (1977)? A few of my favorite films! Great site, thanks.ReplyDelete
Thank you, Jr! I've actually visited the Home Alone house and gas station from Wargames, they're just not on my site. At some point, I'll post them on my Instagram though.Delete
Great page,discovered it when searching about the Night of the Living Dead house from the original & remake. Great work.ReplyDelete
Wow this site is amazing. I stumbled across it researching filming locations for the Wraith movie. You've put a lot of work in to this site and it's very much appreciated! Could you add the movie Blue Thunder to your research list? I would love to see what you can come up with. Thanks!ReplyDelete
Hi Paul, this is a great site. Do you have any of this marked in Google Earth? If not, what are your thoughts if I were to help produce this for you as a hobby?ReplyDelete
*not sure if my original post went through* Nice site. Do you have these locations marked in Google Earth and if not, what are your thoughts on if I were to start to develop a kmz file for you as a hobby as well? Others would be able to download as they are published. I am not associated with Google, just something I do for my own bucket list items :)
Is it possible to submit photos for a movie?ReplyDelete
Like comparison photos you've taken?Delete
Yes, I have one of the restaurant they filmed in at the end of A Christmas Story from a couple years ago vs the scene in the movie.Delete
Amazing site, good job, I would love to see "big", is it in your plans?ReplyDelete
Thank you. I actually do plan on visiting a couple locations from Big the next time I'm in New York.Delete
How about 2005 'War of the Worlds'?ReplyDelete
I may do a few locations from that one at some point.Delete