Actual Southern California locations where
the 2007 remake of "Halloween"
2007 remake of "Halloween", Michael Meyers' mother works as a
dancer at a strip joint called "Rabbit
in Red". (The school bully uses this
fact to taunt Michael in the bathroom.)
shot those strip club scenes at a hole-in-the-wall called the County Girl
located at 31602 Castaic Road, in
right across the street from the truck
That's about half a mile southwest of Castaic Lake, just east of
the Golden State (5) Freeway,
between the Ridge Route Road and Lake Hughes Road exits, about 7 miles
north of Magic Mountain amusement park.
young Michael Myers gets his revenge - and commits his first murder.
He follows the school bully into the woods,
and kills him there
Those scenes in the woods were actually filmed at Griffith
Park, in Los Angeles
(the largest city park in America). To be more exact, it was filmed down
in the woods near the Old Zoo,
west of Griffith Park Drive.
After he murders
his family, young Michael Meyers is confined to Smith's Grove
where he spends the next 15 years, where he grows up, and from which he
(after murdering everyone in the asylum).
Sanitarium scenes were actually shot at the
U.S. Veterans Hospital,
located at 16111 Plummer Street.,
in North Hills,
is located in the northeast corner of the San Fernando Valley, three blocks
west of the 405 Freeway, and about three miles southwest of the San Fernando Mission.
We're mostly shown the southeast side of the building that is located
just to the west of the main Lassen Street
Michael is imprisoned in the sanitarium, his
shrink, Dr. Samuel Loomis, publishes
a book about his psychopathic patient, and we see Loomis delivering a lecture
on the subject
(The Devil's Eyes: the Story of Michael Meyers) in a large lecture
shot this lecture scene at Los Angeles
located at 855 N. Vermont Ave, in
just a few blocks east of the Hollywood (101) Freeway,
on Vermont, between Santa Monica Blvd & Melrose Ave.