Movies filmed in Greensboro, Winston-Salem, High Point (Charlotte, Durham: credit, home)
Greensboro, Winston-Salem, High PointThe Triad Area
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Interestring fact: the scene was shot with Pinhead in downtown Greensboro on Elm Street. You can see "The Elm Street Cafe", the old National Theater (currently the N Club) and at the end of the scene a police car gets blown up at the intersection of Elm and Market Street at the corner of the Jefferson Standard Building.
1 Children of the Corn II was filmed in Liberty, NC south of Greensboro
2 Cabin Fever was shot in various locations around the Triad including Mocksville, Greensboro, Winston-Salem and High point
3 part of the movie Eddie starring Whoppi Goldberg was filmed in the LJVM Coliseum in Winston-Salem. The LJVM Coliseum was dressed up as the Charlotte Coliseum while the Charlotte Coliseum was dressed up as Madison Square Garden in the movie.
4 National Lampoon's Pucked starring Jon Bon Jovi was filmed in the downtown area of Greensboro.
5 Leatherheads starring George Clooney was filmed in Greensboro and Winston-Salem.
6 scenes in Bull Durham starring Kevin Costner were filmed in Greensboro (Beef Burger, and War Memorial Stadium)
Wow! I forgot about that...a friend on mine was in Hellraiser III, he had a small speaking role that got cut. But he is still in the movie. The scene was in a bar in greensboro, can't remember which one. Good memories.
I remember Richard Pryor in High Point Regional Hospital filming the movie "Critical Condition". I remember them renovating the hospital after that..
"Hellraiser III" was filmed mostly in the Market Square Building. The bar scenes, dinning scenes, concert scenes, running, climbing up stairs, death scene, and several other parts of the movie was shot in the building. I remember delivering pizzas to the set and actual seeing the set. The time the movie was being shot it was being managed by the Froelics whose son (Sam) was one of the producers for the movie "Cabin Fever":
( http://books.google.com/books?id=w25yDt1v9XkC&pg=PA99&dq=who+produced+cabi n+fever+movie]Roger[/url] Ebert's Movie Yearbook 2006 - Google Book Search).
The Boiler Room is still open only during market, and is managed by the owners of Gianno's of High Point.
Here is the link that had a pretty good list of movies shot around this area:
[=http://books.google.com/books?id=TYd7yBOPKiQC&pg=PA234&lpg=PA234&dq=hellra iser+3+filmed+at+market+square&source=bl&ots=JY1oZ G-TlF&sig=2nBZCpVBg3OXIDGjtFZPUSCAQG0&hl=en&ei=Tq-XSeKgKJeQyQXIhcmQCg&sa=X&oi=book_result&resnum=1&c t=result]Film Junkie's Guide to North Carolina - Google Book Search]
My friend Eric Willhelm played the Cenobyte CD Head in the film Hellraiser 3 but never got credit- he had to cajole, threaten and then finally sue to get on IMDB. Working on that film was a pain, lemme tell ya. Blocking off downtown was easy back then, though, because there was nothing open after 5pm. I think I still have my shirt I got for working on it.
The Jon Bon Jovi film filmed in Lexington too- my hometown.
Does anyone have any additional information about the location sites for the filming of Hellraiser 3? Any places designated as site for visiting? Thanks!
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