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1979 Salem's Lot Filming Locations

Discussion in ''Salem's Lot' started by ZombieDrama, Nov 3, 2013.

  1. ZombieDrama

    ZombieDrama Well-Known Member

    I was looking for something I had read a long time ago about how they had taken the Marsten house (from the movie) and built a faux front on it to make it look more like the house on the cover of the book. I always thought that was cool.
    Anyway when I was looking for that article thingy, I saw this Youtube video with the filming locations from the movie and thought it was cool as heck! =D I totally wanna ghost hunt in that graveyard. The house though, is around 6 minutes in...

     
  2. GNTLGNT

    GNTLGNT The idiot is IN

    ...ain't that aome kinda cool!...thanks honey...
     
  3. ZombieDrama

    ZombieDrama Well-Known Member

    You're welcome. =) I love that old house.
     
  4. Haunted

    Haunted This is my favorite place

    Encore is having a Stephen King Marathon today on Mr. King's birthday, how appropriate. I have watched the first half of 'Salem's Lot, saving the second for some bright, sunny afternoon. I'd love to see a more sophisticated version of this re-done on the big screen.
     
  5. GNTLGNT

    GNTLGNT The idiot is IN

    ...I like that..."sophisticated" is a great way to put it...kinda like an "intelligent" reworking of The Shining...
     
  6. OneWhoWaits

    OneWhoWaits Active Member


    I also watched this on Encore this past month. Had not seen it in quite some time. If there is any SK adaptation that is "screaming" for a remake, 'Salem's Lot is it.
     
  7. not_nadine

    not_nadine Comfortably Roont

    Boy, that gave me the creeps all over again.
     
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  8. Checkman

    Checkman Getting older and balder

    Ferndale is a neat town. I've been there twice. You can see many of the same streets and buildings in "The Majestic" and "Outbreak". Very photogenic place. If you're driving through Northern California it's worth a detour. Check it out.
     
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