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Horror's Hallowed Grounds 

Host Sean Clark takes viewers around the world to revisit famous locations used in classic horror films.




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Did you ever wish that you could have actually been on the set of one of your favorite horror films? To have been right there where it all went down? Well in some cases you can, and that is what Horror's Hallowed Grounds is all about. I will pick a classic horror or cult film and do a full retrospective on the film while visiting all of actual filming locations as they appear today. I will also take some of the film's stars or filmmakers along to talk about what it was like to make these classic films. This has been a personal hobby of mine for over a decade, and I have traveled all over the world in search of actual filming locations from my favorite films. Now I'm ready to share them with you on Horror's Hallowed Grounds. Written by Sean Clark

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24 July 2006 (USA)  »

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Enjoyable, Funny and Fresh!!!
28 August 2006 | by See all my reviews

This is a MUST see... it appears as a Bonus Feature of the 2006 HALLOWEEN: 25 YEARS OF TERROR, where it should of been part of the main feature. Sean Clark is hilarious and very informative on the tour of Haddonfield, Illinois the town from the movie HALLOWEEN, and P.J. Soles walking with him just adds to it. For the true die hard HALLOWEEN fan, regardless if you experienced the 2003 tour during the HALLOWEEN RETURNS TO HADDONFIELD convention or not, this is a must see for all. There is a lot of Myers house history discussed and it is cool to see the town covered here, because it was somewhat missed in the documentary. I TOTALLY (as P.J. would say) recommend getting this DVD and hope this becomes a regular T.V. show here soon.

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