Get ready for Halloween with our collection of spooky scary locations!
Ghosts and Ghouls! Skeletons and Zombies! Vampires and Werewolves! The scariest holiday is here and Wrapal has some great film locations to get you in that horror movie mood!
The Crescent Manor is a neo-gothic fairytale home nestled in the mountains north of San Bernardino. The outside of the home features hand carved arches over the door and windows, a custom stained glass front door, cast iron chandelier, fountain, and slate courtyard.
Step inside the home and you’ll find black and white neo-Victorian decor and furniture, complete with a black vintage (and tuned) piano, shiny white fireplace, and black and white birch wallpaper. The modern kitchen has stainless steel appliances and marble countertops. Upstairs is the “celestial room” with a built-in gold canopy bed, and black ceiling covered in gold stars. Travel through the all red corridor to the dungeon to find the master suite which features Victorian wallpaper and decor.
Just outside the house is a hiking trail which leads to forests of pine, cedar, and giant oak trees. This location is a perfect scary location for your next horror or thriller, so book it today!
This abandoned house is an ideal space for your next creative project if you need this unique aesthetic! Built in the 1930’s, this home has three bedrooms, a dining area, kitchen, social room, three bathrooms, and a hauntingly gorgeous basement found hidden away through the corridor. The home was in a sudden house fire in 2016, and all that remains in the home is now used as a film and commercial location that is unlike anywhere in Los Angeles.
This home rests on a 10-acre ranch and comes with private on-site parking, men and women’s restrooms, and power throughout the location. The location also offers a camera and lighting equipment at an additional fee. If you would like the entire package, please send an inquiry for more details! We look forward to having you create something spooky in this rare location!
Who doesn’t love a good spooky Victorian home? The Historic Harris House is a Victorian built in 1902. The house is appointed with ornate woodwork and chandeliers, plus a wealth of curiosities and period furniture. It’s the perfect location for your drama, horror movie, or period piece. The two-level floor plan plus a full brick basement offers a variety of shooting opportunities.
There are four entrances… but beware of your exits! Mwahahahaha!
Do we even need to explain the horror potential of a giant abandoned school? I mean come on, the stories practically write themselves!
This vacant 30,000 square foot classic red brick four-story public school building is available with easy vehicular access. It’s located in the historic district of Poughkeepsie, NY directly off the Mid-Hudson Bridge with views of the Hudson River, and restaurants and shops nearby and is a ten-minute walk from the Metro North train station and the Hudson River waterfront.
Scary abandoned church in upstate New York? Creepy dark barn? Foreboding woods? What else could you want for your next horror film?!
A unique rural one-room white wooden church built in 1903 with an additional living space and attached garage on 2.5 acres with barn. The church is a wonderful and creepy open space with huge clear view windows on one side that provide excellent natural light. The barn is quite weathered, but serviceable and is close to the church building.
There is an old small potting shed/greenhouse between the barn and the church. Between the structures is a large open space that can be used for parking or outdoor set construction. Immediately behind the property is a marsh area. The entire area is situated in a heavily wooded area of the Adirondacks in Eastern upstate New York…where no one can hear you scream!
We hope these spooky locations have gotten those creative horror juices flowing! And don’t think that these are all the scary locations we have either! Head on over to Wrapal.com for all of your locations needs and most importantly… Happy Halloween!