Still not sure how you'll be celebrating Halloween tonight? How about settling in with a scary movie? Here are 10 of our all-time favorites for both intriguing sets and spine-tingling creepiness. Add your favorites in the comments.
- The Shining (1980): This Stanley Kubrick movie is full of iconic interior shots, from hotel halls flooding with blood to a creepy ballroom filled with well-dressed ghosts. It's also a terrifying story that's one of the best horror films to date.
- Rosemary's Baby (1968): As a young couple start decorating their new apartment, weird things begin to happen, including an unexpected pregnancy.
- The Exorcist (1973): The Georgetown setting and the traditional interiors make this terrifying movie even creepier.
- Dracula (1992): Francis Ford Coppola's movies are always worth watching for interior inspiration — this one has a dark, 19th-century glam look.
- Psycho (1960): Only Alfred Hitchcock (and maybe Stanley Kubrick) could make a bathroom such a scary place.
- Poltergeist (1982): The Freeling family's home seems completely mundane until the ghosts show up. This movie wins the award for best horrifying use of a TV set.
- Cemetery Man (1994): This film (which was first released in Italy as Dellamorte Dellamore) didn't get too much attention, which is a shame because it's funny, stylish, weird, and creepy. Rupert Everett stars as a handsome zombie-killing grave digger who lives in a small but stylish shack.
- Scream (1996): Suburban family houses and teenage parties form the backdrop for this semi-scary Wes Craven film. It wins best horrifying use of a boxy 1990s cordless phone.
- Jacob's Ladder (1990): A Vietnam vet suffering from PTSD experiences a series of flashbacks through various apartments, homes, and pieces of his life.
- The Sixth Sense (1999): This psychological thriller has some great interiors, including scary spiral staircases and dark but well decorated homes.
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