For movie fans, their favorite films aren't just entertainment, they are a sense of comfort. They love the characters and the worlds created around them. In fact, sometimes the locations where the movies were shot are so compelling that they jump off the screen and become characters as well. Many times they are lost to history as industry grows and the locations are torn down. But if cabin where Martha Washington cut a triple queef is allowed to remain, there are certain film landmarks that deserve preservation as well. In fact, at this very moment, people are fighting to save an preserve the cemetery chapel from Night of the Living Dead.

We've already lost many a great one. Please study the locations below so that we don't lose another.

East 95th Street Bridge - The Blues Brothers

If you've ever sat in wait while a drawbridge raises, you've likely felt compelled to floor it and jump the sucker. If not, you're lying to yourself. The Blues Brothers actually got to give in to this compulsion and take air over the East 95th Street Bridge in Chicago. Next time I'm in Chicago, I'm trying this. I'll also try a Superdawg.

Chotchkie's - Office Space

The nightmare of hellish food service chains was perfectly served up by Office Space's Chotchkie's. And though it was depicted as a place of misery, it's also home to some of the movie's more memorable scenes. Like Lassie, Chotchkie's is actually a fictional bitch. The real restaurant that subbed for it is the now closed Austin's Alligator Grill. I guess the loss of Initech really hurt profits.

The Clocktower - Back To The Future

Though the Hill Valley Clock Tower featured in Back to the Future was actually a set built specifically for the movie, fans were welcome to visit it along with other locations from the film at Universal Studios. We've almost lost the cherished Clock Tower a few times. Once when lightning hit it in the 1950's, then again when it was damaged by fire at the theme park in both the 1990's and 2008. Someone needs to put this thing on 24 hour watch.

The Firehouse - Ghostbusters

The firehouse that the Ghostbusters set up shop in is actually a functioning firehouse in New York's Tribeca neighborhood. The Hook & Ladder 8 remains open for now. The mayor was threatening to close it along with nineteen other firehouses due to budget cuts. But public outcry, along with some outcry from Steve Buscemi, have staved0 off the closure for now. Occupy the Ghostbusters Firehouse!

Camp Crystal Lake - Friday the 13th

Did you know that the sight of all those murders is actually a functioning Boy Scout camp in New Jersey? It's true. Camp NoBeBoSco was used to film the horror classic Friday the 13th in 1980. Visitors are discouraged unless they reach out to the Camping Division at the Northern New Jersey Council first as the camp is still in use by the Scouts. I'm betting there's a lot of bed wetting.

Bushwood Country Club - Caddyshack

The Bushwood Country Club remains one of the most famous courses in movie history. However, it is non-existent. The links actually exist in Florida at the Rolling Hills Hotel and Resort. (insert gopher joke here)

McDowell's - Coming To America

I know that McDowell's is not real but it deserves preservation all the same. When shooting Coming To America, Eddie Murphy and his team chose a Wendy's on Queens Boulevard, Queens. As we all know, Wendy's is a place of sadness. They should remodel and install the Golden Arcs.

The Mall - Dawn of the Dead

Despite what logic dictates, the mall overrun with teeming masses of filthy corpses in Dawn of the Dead is not in Detroit. Rather, the scenes were filmed at the Monroeville Mall in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The mall still stands today and is home to a Forever 21, Hollister, American Eagle Outfitters, and Saga Japanese Steak House.

Click on the pics below to

Click here for 9 ‘It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia’ Plots That Actually HappenedCheck out 36 Bounce-Tastic Christina Hendricks Gifs

Check out these 17 Bounce-Tastic Sofia Vergara GifsClick here for Zooey Deschanel Hotness

Check out The Least Sexy Photo of Heidi Klum Ever TakenTake a look at these 10 Classic Topless Scenes