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Horror Sales: The Inkeepers, Kill List, and The Walking Dead

Box office numbers, DVD sales, and television viewership from February 10 t0 February 16, 2012.

Apparently, there was another new debut last week that went unnoticed by yours truely. Another independent film, Kill List, also premiered along with The Inkeepers. Both movies saw a big drop in sales this week, so make sure you go give them a look see! Also, The Woman In Black continues to do very well.

5 1 Chronicle $15,612,000 (Total: $43,479,000)

6 2 The Woman In Black $13,455,000 (Total: $38,610,000)

10 5 Underworld: Awakening $3,809,000 (Total: $60,243,000)

39 29 Twilight/Dawn Part 1 $223,000 (Total: $281,231,000)

50 36 The Devil Inside $51,000 (Total: $53,166,000)

57 49 Real Steel $24,000 (Total: $85,468,000)

65 58 The Darkest Hour $10,000 (Total: $21,221,000)

72 45 The Inkeepers $7,000 (Total: $66,000)

75 65 Kill List $2,000 (Total: $17,000)

 Two horror films debuted at the DVD Top 30 chart this week – The Thing remake and Dream House. Besides that, same ol’ same ol’.

2 1 Real Steel $5,295,000 (Total: $17,430,000)

6 The Thing $2,368,000

10 Dream House $1,621,000

22 21 Straw Dogs $557,000 (Total: $11,007,000)

23 N/A Transformers/Moon $500,000 (Total: $46,445,000)

29 22 Cowboys & Aliens $347,000 (Total: $22,121,000)

 The Walking Dead returns with its highest rated episode ever, even beating out this season’s premiere. The River saw a substancial drop in viewers in its second week and Grimm continues to rebound from its slump.

The Walking Dead – 8,102,000

Once Upon A Time – 8,650,000

The River – 4,960,000

Grimm – 5,300,000

Fringe – 3,050,000

The Vampire Diaries – 2,860,000

Ghost Hunters – 2,200,000

Face Off – 2,036,000

Supernatural – 1,888,000

The Secret Circle – 1,710,000

Lost Girl – 1,065,000

Being Human – 1,350,000

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MGDSQUAN... Real name: Mike. I'm 26-years-old, New Jersey Shore. horror blogger, producer, screenwriter, proud to work for the #1 website for indie horror.

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