Wes Craven’s A Nightmare on Elm Street came out in 1984, jumpstarting a series of movies and other media adaptations, creating a new cinema icon. … More Elm St.
Puerto Vallarta first landed on the world’s travel map largely because of “The Night of the Iguana,” John Huston’s 1964 film version of the play written by Tennessee Williams. … More The Night of The Iguana’s Film Locations
The legendary place where rock band Café Tacvba got its name, many artists have frequented this place, from Diego Rivera to Anthony Queen. … More Café Tacuba
Elvis was never in Acapulco to film this movie and did not even step on Mexico. … More Elvis Presley’s Fun in Acapulco Film Locations
Baz Luhrmann changed the splendid Verona for Mexico City, Veracruz and Texcoco, places that became the stage of his film Romeo and Juliet. … More Luhrmann’s Romeo + Juliet Film Locations
The iconic building base of the Ghostbusters in the supernatural comedy film franchise. … More Ghostbusters Firehouse Headquarters
Discover natural monolithic sculptures like cathedrals, towers, castles and even monks in the municipality of Sombrerete, Zacatecas, Mexico. … More Órganos Mountain Range