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Ricky

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« : 09-13-2002 10:44 »

Where I live, there is this school situated on a small hill. It's an old building from the 1910's or 1920's, and there's a river running almost all the way around the hill. There's also a motorway being constructed next to the school, so the school is kind of elevated from the rest of the scenery (just like Robot Santa's castle, if you know what I mean).
The only way to get to it is by three narrow pedestrian bridges.

As you can understand, the possibilities of getting away from this school are quite limited... And here comes the great part, on the east side of the river lies a cemetary! Isn't this perfect for A HORROR MOVIE!?
Even Ted Danson could make good entertainment out of this scenery.

Well, what's your idea of a perfect horror movie scenery?
ZombieJesus

Lost Belgian
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« #1 : 09-13-2002 11:04 »

An amusement park.
Impossible

Urban Legend
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« #2 : 09-13-2002 11:53 »

Girls wearing hardly nothing and / or going around a haunted house in just their underwear.
MuscaDomestica

Professor
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« #3 : 09-13-2002 12:54 »

I am shooting a horror movie in one of the campus buildings that was built in the early 70's. It is dark ugly and unlinke the urban legends was actually made too complicated to be stormed by rioting students. There are many dead ends and long dirty looking hallways, perfect place to me killed.
Jayz

Bending Unit
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« #4 : 09-13-2002 13:10 »

Erm..... an old school or something? I seriously cant think of any.
Nurdbot

DOOP Secretary
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« #5 : 09-13-2002 13:24 »

A Pseudo Hotel-Forrest
Hawk

Professor
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« #6 : 09-13-2002 14:07 »

In a Retiermentcastle! Aaaaarg!
homerjaysimpson

Space Pope
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« #7 : 09-13-2002 14:30 »

A barry manilow concert! The horror! the horror!   
evan

Urban Legend
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« #8 : 09-13-2002 16:15 »

On a message board!

Wait, that idea's stupid.  :evillaugh:
Zed 85

Space Pope
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« #9 : 09-14-2002 01:46 »

A rickety old passenger liner. YAY!
Guy

Professor
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« #10 : 09-14-2002 02:40 »

The Abandoned amusment park, the pet cemetery, Spooky Roller Disco or the Old swamp where the teens were killed 7 years ago tonight.
nixon!

Bending Unit
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« #11 : 09-14-2002 02:47 »

This is clitch but foggy forest, where has old capin or castle and Bruce Campbell... I t would be cult film exatly...
Teral

Helpy McHelphelp
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« #12 : 09-14-2002 14:06 »

The abandoned army base, where the military conducted genetic experiments (or so say the rumors). MUah-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha....
Otis P Jivefunk

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« #13 : 09-14-2002 14:21 »

Lets face it, any school is an ideal location for a horror movie ;)
Zed 85

Space Pope
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« #14 : 09-14-2002 14:58 »
« : 09-14-2002 14:58 »

School is horror.
evan

Urban Legend
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« #15 : 09-14-2002 19:23 »

 
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Originally posted by Guy:
The Abandoned amusment park, the pet cemetery, Spooky Roller Disco or the Old swamp where the teens were killed 7 years ago tonight.

Guy, what's that from?! I know I've heard that line before, and I'm pretty sure it's from one of the Simpson's THoHs. Which one?
Just Chris

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« #16 : 09-14-2002 19:37 »

The old arcade I used to hang out at. It's hella dark and I see people swearing and banging at the machines!
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