Halloween II (2009)

Halloween II was released into theaters on August 28th, 2009. Filming locations include Atlanta, Covington, Decatur, Farrar, Madison, Newborn and Oxford, Ga. Filming ran from February 23rd, 2009 to April 9th, 2009. Like the prior Halloween installment, two years earlier, this would also be directed by Rob Zombie. It brings back many of the same actors from the first film, along with a slew of recognizable actors scattered throughout. Zombie's first Halloween was filmed in California, however this one was filmed in Georgia. He stated the reason for this was because the locations he wanted to use were still experiencing snowy weather, plus filming in Georgia provided certain tax breaks. The film features mostly classic rock songs throughout, some of which include Nights in White Satin by The Moody Blues and What's Your Name? by Lynyrd Skynyrd. The films first DVD release was on January 12th, 2010.

Opening - Floyd St. NE Covington, Ga. 30014 

Laurie is walking east on Floyd St. NE, eventually crossing Elm St.

All "Now" pictures taken in 2020.

Sheriff Brackett finds Laurie - Floyd St. NE Covington, Ga. 30014

This is just before Floyd St. NE intersects with East St.


Brackett house - 1981 Broughton Rd. Newborn, Ga. 30056

The house has been there since at least the 1960's. It has a long, gated driveway so it's difficult to get a good picture during the Summer due to the trees.

All "Now" pictures taken in 2019.

Uncle Meat's Java Hole - 144 Academy St. Madison, Ga. 30650

Both the interior and exteriors were filmed at this location.

All "Now" pictures taken in 2020.

Dr. Samuel Loomis' hotel - 3315 Peachtree Rd. NE Atlanta, Ga. 30326
(Intercontinental Buckhead)

The hotel opened in November of 2004. The scenes in the movie were filmed in the hotel's lobby corridor.

All "Now" pictures taken in 2019.

Haddonfield Police Department - Hancock St. and E. Jefferson St. Madison, Ga. 30650
(Morgan County Court House)

It was built in 1905. Corinthian columns support the large entablature and triangular pediment, which features the seal of the state of Georgia. Corinthian pilasters mark the projecting side bays, and the square tower is accentuated by the dome's octagonal lantern and four-faced clock.


Billboard/random barn - Airport Rd. Oxford, Ga. 30054

The billboard was at the intersection of Airport Rd. and Poole Booth Rd. The barn has been there since at least the 1960's.

Myers house - 2166 Conyers St. SE Covington, Ga. 30014

The house has been there since at least the 1960's but it's been heavily renovated through the years. The house and the Sheriff Dept. from Friday the 13th Part 6 are less than half a mile from one another.


Laurie reads Loomis' book - 1113 Floyd St. NE Covington, Ga. 30014

At the time of my visit, it was RL's Off The Square.


Rabbit in Red - Hwy. 142 and Pennington Rd. Farrar, Ga. 31085

The structure has been there since at least the 1960's. At one time it was the Hwy. 142 Bar & Grill.

All "Now" pictures taken in 2019.

Dr. Loomis' book signing - 545 N. McDonough St. Decatur, Ga. 30030

At the time of my visit it was a store called Best Time.

All "Now" pictures taken in 2019.

Michael Myers walking - Anderson Ave. SE Covington, Ga. 30014

He's walking north toward Thompson Ave. SE. The house seen in the distance behind him is actually right next to the Myers house from the film.


Phantom Jam - Church St. Newborn, Ga. 30056

Formerly Newborn Fertilizer Co. The structure was built in 1910. It's part of the Newborn Historic District which was added to the National Register of Historic Places on August 6th, 1998.

All "Now" pictures taken in 2019.


  1. I have a few pix I took myself of Covington square with the "big🍊pumpkin" and the "Halloween👹warehouse" store.
    They were taken at night, after filming had finished for the day.
    If you'd like too see/post them?👍🏼

    1. That's pretty neat! Feel free to send them to l1uck3y@yahoo.com if you'd like.

  2. WOW. I went to Madison, GA back in February 2017 and the whole time I was there I had no idea! until now that HII was filmed there in two locations that I literally was at, like the, Morgan County Court House, walked right up to it and wouldn't ever thought that they filmed there. Not a big fan of Zombie's Halloween vision, but still, so Amazing. I love your website BTW! Awesome.

  3. Covington, GA was also where Friday the 13th Part 6 Jason Lives was filmed. One of the buildings is seen in both films.

  4. why did they not return to south pasadena where they filmed the first one?