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The Scariest Haunted Houses in Movies

Haunted houses have always had a certain mysterious and unknown factor about them. If you believe in ghosts and the supernatural, there's no doubt you've imagined yourself in some of the scariest haunted houses in movies.

If you enjoy scary movies, or even bad scary movies for the “camp factor” you will enjoy this The Scariest Haunted Houses in Movies countdown. Some of the more modern horror movies like “Dark Shadows,” “The Evil Dead,” and “Halloween" are included in this countdown, and their one common theme is the haunted house.

Have some scary haunted houses in mind that I missed? Let me know what I missed in the scariest haunted houses in movies, so grab some popcorn and let's get started.

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The Colliswood Mansion in “Dark Shadows”

The Colliswood Mansion in “Dark Shadows”

The upcoming supernatural drama film “Dark Shadows,” which is directed by Tim Burton stars Johnny Depp as vampire Barnabas Collins, features the creepy Collinswood Mansion able to house multiple generations of even the largest family.

Situated near the town of Collinsport, Maine, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, the manor makes anyone visiting or driving pass-by it feel scared and unsafe due to rumors and legends.

Built in 1795 by Joshua Collins, Collinswood has been home to the Collins family and other sometimes un-welcome supernatural visitors since its inception

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The Lutz House in “The Amityville Horror”

The Lutz House in “The Amityville Horror”

Like Colliswood Mansion, the Lutz house in the movie “The Amityville Horror,” creates a horrifying atmosphere with attic windows totally looking like eyes

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The Overlook Hotel in “The Shining”

The Overlook Hotel in “The Shining”

“The Shining,” one of the scariest horror movies of all time, features Overlook Hotel with a creepy hedge maze, long hallways, fully stocked bar, and many rooms from which you can slowly lose your grip on reality.

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The Freeling House in “Poltergeist”

The Freeling House in “Poltergeist”

The haunted house in movie series “Poltergeist,” includes a large, distinguished tree in the backyard; a large hole on the premises and notably fertile soil.

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The Cabin in “The Evil Dead”

The Cabin in “The Evil Dead”

If you have ever watched “The Evil Dead,” you may undoubtedly remember the haunted wooden cabin that is rustic, remote and creepy.

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The Myers House in “Halloween”

The Myers House in “Halloween”

The household of the Myers family in the movie series “Halloween” was located in Everytown, USA. Its initial owners were killed, Michael Myers, 6, murdered his older sister Judith, while his parents lost their life in an automobile accident. The house then kept empty and on the open market for many years, but no one bought it.

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The Mansion in “Resident Evil”

The Mansion in “Resident Evil”

The mansion in the horror film “Resident Evil” looks creepy with extensive biogenetic laboratories as part of an endowment from the Umbrella Corporation, and plush carpets

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The House in “The Grudge”

The House in “The Grudge”

This quaint little home is located on one of Tokyo’s most family-friendly suburbs, and is wildly famous as the haunted house from "The Grudge"