US Map Of Each State’s Favorite Horror Movie (Spoiler: Lots Of People Are Terrified Of ‘The Ring’)


CableTV.com put together a nifty U.S. map infographic of each state’s favorite horror movie which they appropriately call the “The United States of A-scare-ica.” Some state’s favorite scary movies were based on their location alone such as Texas Chain Saw Massacre obviously is the preferred horror movie of Texas. Night of the Living Dead, which was filmed in Pittsburgh, was the #1 scary movie in Pennsylvania. The Stanley Hotel located in Estes Park, Colorado, was Stephen King’s inspiration for the Overlook Hotel in The Shining.

Meanwhile, The Ring terrified audiences all across this great nation especially in the South. But what’s up with Nevada’s love of The Bride of Frankenstein? Check out more info on the map over at CableTV.com.

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