“Texas Chainsaw Massacre” is a classic horror movie and one of the first real “slasher” films created. Since the original debuted in 1974, there have been six more sequels, prequels and remakes. Though each one has a slightly different storyline and a few new characters, they all share a few things in common: there’s plenty of gore, and plenty of deaths by chainsaw. This … [Read more...]
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Los Angeles has a long and rich tradition of movies filmed on location. This infographic from ForRent.com takes a look at the apartments used in some classic films set in LA. It includes information on both the on-screen address and where the movie was actually shot. (Many times, they're drastically different locations.) The infographic covers La La Land, The Big Lebowski, and … [Read more...]
Have you ever wondered about the locations of houses and apartments in your favorite Oscar-winning movies? For Rent created this infographic, a tour of the most Oscar-worthy apartments around. As they point out, the location of a movie can often be as important as the central characters. This infographic includes older movies like Gone With The Wind, From here to Eternity, and … [Read more...]
Celebrities do the darndest things. The Daffodil Hotel and Spa made this infographic describing some of the craziest requests celebrities have made while staying in hotels, as well as some of the most unusual habits. The infographic also includes a list of some of the most popular celebrity vacation-stay destinations, which include The Little Nell in Aspen, Colo., and the Taj … [Read more...]
What are America's favorite Christmas movies, if you look at the box office numbers? The answers are more than a little surprising. While we typically think of A Christmas Story as a holiday classic, it's actually grossed less in its lifetime than Ernest Saves Christmas. This festive infographic from Ebates shows the top-grossing Christmas movies since 1980, and includes some … [Read more...]