I was looking up some old movies online and found tons of fun information on movies and their associated landmarks or states. Rotten Tomatoes has a fun “50 Movies for 50 States” U.S. map. It has some obvious ones like Kansas and the Wizard of Oz or Oklahoma and Oklahoma! but also many that you go “That’s right” when you click on them. I found that there are other people such as Scott Myers at NC-Chapel Hill and Matt Soergel of the Florida Times who have made their own lists. WebUrbanist has a creepy list of abandoned places used in movies, just in time for Halloween.