The mask used in "Halloween" is actually a mask of William Shatner painted white

It was Anderson Pea Soup that was used in "The Exorcist"

"The Babysitting Murders" was the original name for "Halloween"

"Texas Chainsaw Massacre" was one of the few movies to be filmed in chronological order

The lead "Edward Sissorhands" role was offered to Tom Cruise

Both Robert Deniro & Robin Williams were considered for the Jack role in "The Shining"

Audrey Hepburn would have been Regan's mom in "The Exorcist" had the film been shot in Rome

"Final Destination" is actually a rejected X-Files episode

Fairuza Balk (The Craft, The Waterboy, Return to Oz) is acually a real life Wiccan

In "Pet Cemetery," the cat role of "Church" was played by seven different cats with each learning a specific trick

The "Scream" robe was originally supposed to be white but too closely resembled a KKK robe and was changed

"The Blair Witch Project" cost only 22k to make (it grossed over 240 million)

18 days is all it took to shoot "Saw"

The "Silence of the Lambs" cocoons were created using Gummy Bears and Tootsie Rolls

Sissy Spacek was actually a high school homecoming queen

In the movie "It," Pennywise's hair is actually Tim Curry's real hair

The last 2 films ever to be put on laserdisc was "Breaking of the Dead" & "Sleepy Hollow"

Listen closely, in the film "Nightmare on Elm Street," Elm Street is never mentioned

It is uncanny that 5 actors from the "Poltergeist" films have died - both Dominique Dunne (oldest sister) & Louis Perryman (Beck) were murdered, Heather O'Rouke (Carol Ann) died of septic shock, Will Sampson (The Medicine Man in part II) died from kidney failure & Julian Beck (Kane) died of stomach cancer - leans toward curse doesn't it?


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A picture of Fester Bones, a skeleton who writes The Cemetery column at Staying Scared