The horror mystery thriller ‘The Midnight Club’ has left a lot of footprints to follow. And one of them is going towards the filming locations. It’s thrilling to tell each other stories until one of them turns out to be true.
The series follows eight hospice patients who gather every midnight to reveal sinister stories until their lives are turned upside down. They make an agreement one night that the first to suffer due to their disease will be in charge of interacting with the others from beyond the grave.
Strange happenings start after one of them passes away. The Midnight Club premiered on Netflix on October 7, 2022. Along with the narrative, audiences are inquisitive about the location of the hospice and much more.
The Midnight Club Filming Location Is Worth Exploring
It’s a bumpy ride, sit tight. First, the project started production on March 15, 2021, in Burnaby, British Columbia, and was supposed to conclude on September 8, 2021, but production was completed later on September 10, 2021.
Metro Vancouver also served as the pivotal location. Check out the kick-off announcement of the series below:
— Mike Flanagan (@flanaganfilm) March 15, 2021
Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada
Burnaby is a city in British Columbia’s Lower Mainland region. It is located in the heart of the Burrard Peninsula and borders the City of Vancouver to the west. The filming took place in a variety of locations throughout the place as well as in the nearby neighborhoods.
Burnaby is a large urban center known for its outstanding shopping and dining, family-friendly neighborhoods, and decent public transportation system. Burnaby is well-known for its naturally beautiful surroundings and diverse culture.
Greater Vancouver, also known as Metro Vancouver, is a metropolitan area in British Columbia, Canada, with the city of Vancouver as its major urban center. According to reports, the filming location was Ladner Village, a market located just 20 minutes from Vancouver, as well as Ladner United Church.
Spanish Banks beaches in Vancouver were also sparked. Ladner United Church is located at 4960 48 Avenue in Delta. Certain regions of Surrey are also used for filming a few scenes for the series. There were also reports that a grocery store was used in the Vancouver filming.
Ladner Village was built on the banks of the Fraser River as a fishing village. “We needed to find a building that had three empty storefronts that we could completely dress the way we needed to,” a crew member revealed at the time.
The Bridge Studios, 2400 Boundary Road
The main production of The Midnight Club took place at this amazing studio. This studio has served as the filming location for multiple movies/shows. People from all over the world rave about British Columbia’s great outdoors and stunning film locations.
You’ll be thrilled to know that the studio facility has 13 sound stages ranging in size from 4,500 to 18,000 square feet. Not only that, but the production facility has several executive offices, conference space, kitchens, and façades green screen permanent rigging marks, creating it a satisfactory filming location for a variety of production companies.
Is The Hospice In ‘The Midnight Club’ Real?
The Midnight Club takes place at the fictitious Brightcliffe Hospice in the early 1990s. The name of the facility in the show has been altered from the book, which was Rotterham Home. Even Rotterham Home isn’t a real place mentioned in the book.
“The hospice has a very colorful history,” The Midnight Club‘s co-creator, Mike Flanagan, said. Adding, “There’s a rumor … about a living shadow that prowls the halls of Brightcliffe. Some of the kids speculate that it might be death itself. And some of the kids, especially toward the end of their lives, talk about this thing, getting closer and closer to them.”
Lastly, another location was spotted in the series and it’s Central Park at 3883 Imperial Street.
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