Despite Its Dry Arizona Landscape, Chambers Was Filmed More Than 300 Miles Away

If you've watched Netflix's new psychological horror show Chambers, you're acutely aware it's set in the Southwest, particularly Arizona. The show uses long shots of the sprawling desert landscape and miles upon miles of hilly terrain to enhance the eerie mood of the movie. In fact, the "haboob" dust storm that occurs in the first episode kicks off the entire mystery by trapping Sasha with the LeFevres for the night. Filming, however, took place in parts of Albuquerque, Nm, for six months. What's interesting about the location is that it's where Netflix's Messiah and The Ballad of Buster Scruggs were also filmed.

In an interview with Refinery29, Jonny Rios (the actor playing Ravi who attends Crystal Valley High and was the center of major drama between Becky and her best friend Marnie) commented on how important setting is to Chambers: "We were out in the middle of the desert,
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