States vote on their favorite horror movies!

It's October, it's coming up on Halloween and with that comes a slew of horror movies. We once again revisit our favorite horror movies of all time and even check out some never before seen classics that we never got around to just to get into the "Halloween spirit". With that being said the company "Streaming Observer" has partnered with "Mindnet Analytics" and used google trends/data to pinpoint each state's "favorite" horror movie. What do you think your home state's idea of the scariest horror movie is? Take a look at the list here and see if your state matches up with your idea of the scariest horror movie!

Map of Favorite Horror Movies by State

Breakdown of each state's favorite:

Alabama: “Halloween”

Alaska: “Little Shop of Horrors”

Arizona: “What Ever Happened to Baby Jane”

Arkansas: “The Thing”

California: “The Orphanage”

Colorado: “The Shining”

Connecticut: “Pan’s Labyrinth”

Delaware: “The Birds”

District of Columbia: “The Exorcist”

Florida: “This Is the End”

Georgia: “Get Out”

Hawaii: “The Exorcist”

Idaho: “The Birds”

Illinois: “The House of the Devil”

Indiana: “Frankenstein”

Iowa: “Evil Dead 2”

Kansas: “Shaun of the Dead”

Kentucky: “Evil Dead 2”

Louisiana: “Get Out”

Maine: “The Host”

Maryland: “Blair Witch Project”

Massachusetts: “The Silence of the Lambs”

Michigan: “Near Dark”

Minnesota: “The Silence of the Lambs”

Mississippi: “Drag Me to Hell”

Missouri: “The Silence of the Lambs”

Montana: “Young Frankenstein”

Nebraska: “King Kong”

Nevada: “Shaun of the Dead”

New Hampshire: “Invasion of the Body Snatchers”

New Jersey: “The Silence of the Lambs”

New Mexico: “Bride of Frankenstein”

New York: “Psycho”

North Carolina: “Halloween”

North Dakota: “Aliens”

Ohio: “The Silence of the Lambs”

Oklahoma: “This is the End”

Oregon: “A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night”

Pennsylvania: “The Silence of the Lambs”

Rhode Island: “The Love Witch”

South Carolina: “The Loved Ones”

South Dakota: “Cabin in the Woods”

Tennessee: “The Witch”

Texas: “Texas Chainsaw Massacre”

Utah: “Zombieland”

Vermont: “The Exorcist”

Virginia: “Drag Me to Hell”

Washington: “Shaun of the Dead”

West Virginia: “A Nightmare on Elm Street”

Wisconsin: “Shaun of the Dead”

Wyoming: “The Babadook”

The Shining

Was your state spot on with your idea of the scariest horror movie? Let us know in the comments!

-Producer Lightning


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