Horror’s Creepiest Homes

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Horror’s Creepiest Homes – test your knowledge

Ok, folks! Let’s test your horror knowledge. Below are pics of horror film’s most infamous homes. Without looking at the answer key below it, how many of the homes/movies can you guess.


Part I – we’ll start off with some easy ones to get your mind in gear…

    1. psycho-home
    2. munsters-home-real
    3. black-chsitmas-house
    4. elm-street-house
    5. halloween-1978-the-myers-house
    6. theamityvillehorror
    7. the-legend-of-hell-house-01
    8. the-haunting-1963
    9. crimson-peak-pic-11

Ok, folks. Give yourself 5 pts for each correct answer. How many of you got #4? That was a hard one…

Take a deep breath… Are you ready for Part II? Go!

 


Part II – Some of these are going to be difficult, but you will probably recognize them all…

      1. salems-lot-the-marsten-house
      2. burnt-offerings-1976
      3. dont-be-afraid-of-the-dark-1973
      4. the-changling-house-1980
      5. houseonhauntedhill
      6. the-texas-chainsaw-massacre-2003-b
      7. poltergeist-house-1982
      8. the-conjuring-house-2
      9. beetlejuice-house-at-night
      10. the-house-that-dripped-blood-pic-2

Once again, give yourself 5 pts for each correct answer.

 


 

Bonus:
Add 2 points for each of the homes below that you guess correctly:

  1. 13-ghosts-1960
  2. house-1986
  3. the-others-2001

 

Super Bonus:
Name 3 of the 5 films this England Mansion (below) was used in and add 5 bonus points! The actual place is Oakley Court in Berkshire England

oakley-court



 

Part I answers:

1)The Woman in Black – 2012 – Eel Marsh House, 2)Psycho – 1960 – the Bate’s Home, 3)The The Munsters – 1313 Mockingbird Lane, 4)Black Christmas – 1976, 5)Nightmare on Elm Street – 1984 – 1428 Elm Street, 6)Halloween – 1978, 7)The Amityville Horror – 1979, 8)Legend of Hell House – 1973, 9)The Haunting – 1963, 10)Crimson Peak – 2015

Part II answers:

1)Salem’s Lot – 1979, 2)Burnt Offerings – 1976, 3)Don’t be Afraid of the Dark – 1973, 4)The Changeling – 1980, 5)House on Haunted Hill – 1959, 6)The Texas Chainsaw Massacre – 2003, 7)Poltergeist – 1982, 8)The Conjuring – 2013, 9)Beetlejuice – 1988, 10)The House that Dripped Blood – 1971

Bonus answers:

13 Ghosts – 1960, House – 1986, The Others – 2001

Super Bonus answers:

Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975), The Brides of Dracula (1960), Nightmare (1963), The Plague of the Zombies (1966), And Now the Screaming Starts (1973)



Score:

Below 50You’re a horror novice. You should go and find yourself a good romantic comedy on Netflix to watch because you sure ain’t no horror fan!

50 – 75Not bad! You have obviously watched and enjoyed many horror flicks in your lifetime and retain some memory of creepy places in these movies. Your awareness will probably serve you well in real life. If you were to come across a home like any of these, you would know to stay away.

75 – 90You are a horror buff with a keen eye and good memory. You would probably want to live in a home that resembled some of these, just so you could frighten the neighbors and scare your friends.

90 and aboveYou are obsessed with horror and I think it’s probably at an unhealthy point by now. You should go find yourself a good romantic comedy to get your mind out of this psychotic state of horror obsession you’re in!


An additional look at some of the lovely homes. Are you in the market for a new home?

19 thoughts on “Horror’s Creepiest Homes

      • Oh yes, I got the basics, and The Legend of Hell House, and House on Haunted Hill. I was irritated with myself for not recognizing the house from The Others. I obviously need to spend a lot more time watching horror movies! Time to clear my schedule…. 🙂

    • Great to hear from you, I haven’t seen you posting much lately 🙂 Yes, I do love my 70’s horror flicks and included a lot of the homes here (Salem’s Lot, The House that Dripped Blood, Halloween, Amityville, Dont be Afraid of the Dark, Black Christmas, and of course the house from Burnt Offerings.

  1. I didn’t do very well, but I enjoy good horror movies. I did get Amityville, Munsters, and House on Haunted HIll. I’ve actually been inside the House on Haunted HIll, which also served as Angel’s Mansion in Buffy the Vampire Slayer. I was thinking about the 13 Ghosts house, before I got to the bonus questions. Unfortunately, i’ve only seen the remake of that movie, and not the original. I’ve seen both of the House on Haunted Hill movies.

    Oh, and what about the Addams Family house? It’s pretty creepy, too.

  2. I have heard that they have removed the two eye looking windows from the real Ocean Ave. house that the Animityville Horror is based on because tourist flocked there to get pictures.

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