To tie in with my whole moviebrickroad page and the next step in Dorothy Gale’s journey, I’ve decided to use her house taking it upon itself to squash and kill a witch to look at the use of houses in movies.
ICONIC LEVEL: 10/10
OCCUPANTS: 1 sinister motel proprietor and his mother?
WELCOME LEVEL: Stay the hell away!
WHAT’S IT WORTH?: Maybe £500’000 for twisted buyers, highway investors or your life if you’re a young blonde.
MOVIE: Home Alone
ICONIC LEVEL: 7.5/10
OCCUPANTS: Kevin, his mum, dad, two brothers and two sisters.
WELCOME LEVEL: Homely and grand unless you happen to be an inept burglar.
WHAT’S IT WORTH?: $1.58 million it was actually sold for.
MOVIE: First seen in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
ICONIC LEVEL: 8/10
OCCUPANTS: The Weasley Family.
WELCOME LEVEL: Open arms, sit down and have a tea, unless you’re invited to a wedding there then perhaps say you’re busy.
WHAT’S IT WORTH?: Who knows in Muggle money but it’s a family home and that’s all that should matter.
ICONIC LEVEL: 9/10
OCCUPANTS: 1 crotchety old man wanting to travel.
WELCOME LEVEL: Good after you make time to fly to Venezuela and fight off a traveller and a pack of dogs with him.
WHAT’S IT WORTH: If you can get to it then maybe a lot for it’s unique flying function.
See what other movie homes made the list and just generally check out my Wizard of Oz styled moviebrickroad journey by clicking on the link below.