Horror movies that were filmed in or around Pittsburgh

You may not think of Pittsburgh as a horror movie capital, but a number of classic horror movie had Pittsburgh as one of its locations. The city has that classic horror movie look. It could also be a reaction to having so many Mr. Rogers Neighborhood shows taped there.

The following three are George Romero's zombie trilogy.
"Night of the Living Dead" (1968)
Barbra and her brother Johnny travel by car from Pittsburgh to the countryside to visit the gravestone of their father in the cemetery. They are attacked and Johnny dies. Barbra has one nasty night after that with zombies.
Locations: Evans City Cemetery, Evans City, Pennsylvania; Basement, Latent Image - Carson Street, South Side, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Director: George A. Romero

"Dawn of the Dead" (1978)
The zombies are moving and expanding. A new group of survivors thinks that a shopping mall is the best place to hold out. But the zombies and a motorcycle gang like it too.
Locations: Monroeville Mall - Business Route 22, Monroeville, Pennsylvania; Harold W. Brown Memorial Field - 3926 Logans Farm Road, Monroeville, Pennsylvania
Director/Writer: George A. Romero

"Day of the Dead" (1985)
Zombies rule the world. Only a small group of military and scientists are around and they don't get along too well, something about experiments and soldiers disappearing.
Locations: Florida mostly but Wampum, Pennsylvania for the cave at the once Wampum Mine; miscellaneous shots in Monroeville and Pittsburgh.
Director/Writer: George A. Romero

"Creepshow" (1982)
This is five tales that were written by Stephen King. They're scary and funny. This movie did use more well known actors. The second story, "The Lonesome Death of Jordy Verrill", has Stephen King as Jordy Verrill. He becomes the weed king.
Locations: 361 Willow Hedge Dr, Monroeville, Pennsylvania ; 600 Squaw Run Rd E, Fox Chapel, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania ; Carnegie Mellon University
Cast : Hal Holbrook, Adrienne Barbeau , Fritz Weaver, Leslie Nielsen, Carrie Nye , E.G. Marshall, Ed Harris, Ted Danson, Stephen King (He likes to be in his films.)
Director/Writer: George A. Romero (he must love the area)
Screenplay: Stephen King.

"The Silence of the Lambs" (1991)
This may not be horror but it sure scared everyone. A young FBI agent uses a psychopath to find a psychopathic serial killer who skins his victims. Based on a novel by Thomas Harris.
Locations: Carnegie Museum of Natural History - 4400 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania ; Old Allegheny County Jail - 5th Ave & Ross Street, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania ; Western Center - 333 Curry Hill Rd., Canonsburg, Pennsylvania (torn down 2012)
Cast : Jodie Foster, Scott Glenn, Ted Levine, Anthony Hopkins
Directed by :Jonathan Demme