I’ve always been fascinated with the entertainment industry, especially movies. After all, who doesn’t like to combine the paranoia of pot with the imminent fear of death!
Check out some little known facts from your favorite horror films we all love.
The original article listed 25 but in the necessity of time I reduced it to my favorite 12.
4. The Fog
In the final scene at the church, Nick has Andy stand back and hide. On the wall behind Andy is a brick inscribed “H. Hawks,” which some critics and fans tried unsuccessfully to interpret and analyze when the film was first released since many of them thought that John Carpenter used it in such an obvious way for a reason. Finally, Carpenter explained that this was nothing more than a reference to his favorite director, Howard Hawks.
Tony Todd, aka The Candyman, had to put real bees into his mouth while they were shooting the climax. His only protection was a mouth guard that kept him from having the bees go down his throat and choke him. Who said being an actor is an easy, awesome job?
10. Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles
The nightmarish interior of the slaughterhouse was filmed at a mental hospital in Prague built in 1910, in a wing that had been closed for over fifty years. Believe it or not Building 10, where most of the scenes were filmed, was where the craziest, most violent patients were kept. The basement was so creepy and scary that the director, Eli Roth, didn’t have to work much on the atmosphere since the natural environment was ideal already but instead had a string quartet playing classical music to make it feel cozier and friendlier while shooting.
Check out the full list and read more: http://list25.com/25-creepy-details-from-your-favorite-horror-films-you-may-not-know/