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This was the first stop of On Location Tours’ “Horror Movie Location Tour” that covers places where some top notch horror flicks were shot. Located a short distance from Columbus Circle, Greyshot Arch, which was built in 1860, was used as a shelter for two characters in the 2008 film Cloverfield, when a giant monster with a real attitude problem stomps into town. “I’m sure when anyone thinks of horror movies, they most likely don’t think of largely-populated New York City as a backdrop for scary films – they probably think of secluded cabins in the middle of the woods and old antique haunted houses,” said Erin Miller, the company’s PR, sales and marketing manager.

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