Truly, there are many things to fear: increasing rent, costs of living, delays on the Metro. But if we were to take that fear to our tastes in movies, what title would emerge on top? Turns out that the folks at Halloween Express decided to explore that very question.
Using data from IMDB's list of the highest-rated horror films with 1,000 votes or more and analyzing it with Google Trends, they put together a infographic showing what movies us resident city dwellers love to terrify themselves with.
In Washington DC, the horror film that is most popularly searched for is going to suck the life out you.
Yes, it's Bram Stoker's Dracula, the 1992 classic that had over $35 million in box office sales. Somehow, it's also the top film in Louisville, Kentucky. Considering the country's obsession with vampires and the undead, that's a downright trendy choice.
If you're wondering what the top horror film is in the country, then just look to the dark skies above for the answer. It's Alien.
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· America's Favorite Horror Flicks [Halloween Express]
· Cool Map Things [Curbed DC]