This should be at the top of your horror marathon.

Well folks, it's just about that time again. I'm already seeing Halloween decorations pop up around the neighborhood so that can only mean one thing. The spooky season is just about upon us.

There are also more trailers for scary movies on television which makes it really hard for me to mindlessly watch TV before bed.

Truth be told, I'm a scaredy cat when it comes to horror films.

But I know there are those of you out there who absolutely love them. You enjoy the gore, the suspense, the bone-chilling scenes that you can't get out of your head. You're all in.

So, which movies are your favorite? Which movies will you be adding to your Halloween marathon? Perhaps they're movies you've seen over and over again regardless of the time of year.

Bravo to you.

There is one movie that you should have at the top of your list if you live in the state of Colorado. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to determine which movie this is. It not only takes places Colorado, but it was also filmed in Colorado.

The Shining.

Surprised to hear this? We're not either.

The Shining, in addition to being a great spooky movie (as I've been told), is a classic Colorado film. It's on all of the lists on the Internet for Colorado favorites. In this case, it's on the list of Horror Movies Each State is Most Obsessed With. You'll also find it on Zippia's list of Horror Movies By State, highlighting the best horror movies that take place in or are filmed in each state.

Needless to say, I haven't seen it... So I'll just take your word for it.

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