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The Kali Krew Presents: 22 Road Trips You Don’t Want to Go On

Road trip! Well, not really, please stay at home if you can. But we can always dream, plan…and avoid taking the trips that these people went on. Scary byways, trips to the middle of nowhere with nothing but death waiting at the end. You might also want to watch out for cultish , evil entities, and sinister resorts on your horror road trips.

So be wary of that roadside attraction that looks oh so tempting but the actors might just be a little too real and be alert when you’re broken down on that stretch of highway that’s rumoured to be haunted.

Below is the Kali Krew’s list of haunted highways, travelling vampires and pioneer zombies. There just might be a quick detour through Mars and time travel.

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The Book of M by Peng Shepherd

Chosen by Tracy


Cabin in the Woods

Chosen by Bill


The Car

Chosen by Gracie


Carriers

Chosen by Cory


Children of the Corn

Chosen by Gracie


Dead Island

Chosen by Brian


Evil Dead

Chosen by Bill


Hold Your Breath


House of 1000 Corpses

Chosen by Gracie


The Jaunt by Stephen King


Joy Ride

Chosen by Shawn


The Martian by Andy Weir

Chosen by Lilyn

Book cover for The Martian

Chosen by Lilyn


Near Dark

Chosen by Olly

Check out Laurie’s guest post on Near Dark


Organ Trail

Chosen by Cory


Pretty Mary’s All in a Row by Gwendolyn Kiste

Chosen by Eliza

Book cover for Pretty Marys All in a Row

Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel

Chosen by Tracy


The Suicide Motor Club by Christopher Buehlman

Chosen by Bill


Swan Song by Robert R. McCammon

Chosen by Tracy

Chosen by Tracy


The Time Machine by H.G. Wells

Chosen by Cory


Train to Busan

Chosen by Olly

Movie Covers for Train to Busan

Check out the Kali Krew’s Focus on the Frightful: Train to Busan


True Crime – Samantha Kolesnik

Check out Tracy’s review of True Crime


Tucker and Dale vs. Evil

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What is your favorite road trip or scary vacation? Let us know below!

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2 Comments

  1. How could you forget “Deliverance” (1972)?
    Easy, I know, there’s so much to choose from.
    So here are three classic stories to add to the list.
    :The Upper Berth” (1886) by F. Marion Crawford. Be thankful you don’t have to sail across the Atlantic.
    “The Willows” (1907) by Algernon Blackwood. The Blue Danube has never been so sinister.
    “Don’t Look Now” (1971) by Daphne du Maurier. A trip to Venice takes a sinister turn. Made into a well-regarded 1973 movie you should not see with your parents, due to the lengthy scene between Donald Sutherland and Julie Christie. You’ll know which one I’m talking about.

    • *smacks forehead* I can’t believe I forgot about Deliverance. I think it’s probably arguably the parent of ‘hillbilly horror’.

      The Upper Berth is such a good story! It sounds so gross and…squishy.

      I have not read The Willows, yet, though.

      Don’t Look Now sounds interesting! I have heard the title before but never watched or read it.

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