Most popular scary movie in every state

Boo! It's almost Halloween, which means it's the perfect time to cuddle up on the couch with some candy and your favorite scary movie. 

But have you ever wondered if your favorite is the same as other people in your area? Thanks to Influenster, we now know which Halloween flicks are the favorite in every state across the U.S. 

First though, we have to give credit where credit is due! Hocus Pocus reigns supreme nationally-- with the most number of votes from the most number of states. 

Other top movies included The Conjuring, Insidious, Silence of the Lambs and The Sixth Sense. 

Here's the breakdown state-by-state: 

  • Alabama: Hocus Pocus
  • Alaska: Saw
  • Arizona: The Conjuring
  • Arkansas: Hocus Pocus
  • California: The Conjuring
  • Colorado: Jaws
  • Connecticut: Paranormal Activity
  • Delaware: The Conjuring
  • Florida: Insidious
  • Georgia: Child’s Play
  • Hawaii: Hocus Pocus
  • Idaho: Hocus Pocus
  • Illinois: The Conjuring
  • Indiana: Hocus Pocus
  • Iowa: Hocus Pocus
  • Kansas: Hocus Pocus
  • Kentucky: Hocus Pocus
  • Louisiana: Friday The 13th
  • Maine: The Conjuring
  • Maryland: Final Destination
  • Massachusetts: Jaws
  • Michigan: Hocus Pocus
  • Minnesota: The Conjuring
  • Mississippi: Final Destination
  • Missouri: Nightmare On Elm Street
  • Montana: The Sixth Sense
  • Nebraska: Paranormal Activity
  • Nevada: Halloween
  • New Hampshire: The Shining
  • New Jersey: The Exorcist
  • New Mexico: The Conjuring
  • New York: Final Destination
  • North Carolina: Jaws
  • North Dakota: The Sixth Sense
  • Ohio: Hocus Pocus
  • Oklahoma: Hocus Pocus
  • Oregon: Nightmare on Elm Street
  • Pennsylvania: Silence of the Lambs
  • Rhode Island: Child’s Play
  • South Carolina: The Amityville Horror
  • South Dakota: The Conjuring
  • Tennessee: Silence of the Lambs
  • Texas: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
  • Utah: Hocus Pocus
  • Vermont: Carrie
  • Virginia: The Sixth Sense
  • Washington: Carrie
  • West Virginia: Insidious
  • Wisconsin: Insidious
  • Wyoming: Saw
  • District of Columbia: The Ring
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