Horror Sales: Silent House, Face Off, My Super Psycho Sweet 16


Box office numbers, DVD sales, and television viewership for the week of March 9 to March 15, 2012

Silent House debuts at #5 at the box office. Lost Woods and The Snowtown Murders all rise up the chart due to making a lot more money this week.

Silent House $8,491,000

13 9 Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance $2,782,000 (Total: $48,882,000)

16 13 Chronicle $1,307,000 (Total: $62,669,000)

17 12 Gone $1,260,000 (Total: $11,092,000)

22 17 The Woman In Black $691,000 (Total: $53,232,000)

44 50 Lost Woods $100,000 (Total: $180,000)

86 100 The Snowtown Murders $4,000 (Total: $6,000)

89 91 The Devil Inside $3,000 (Total: $53,206,000)

 There isn’t a lot going on at the DVD Top 30 chart this week so I included bonus numbers. A lot of horror and scifi films have made a lot of money since falling off the chart.

3 2 Twilight/Dawn 1 $4,020,000 (Total: $82,115,000)

16 10 Real Steel $792,000 (Total: $21,684,000)

26 26 The Thing $281,000 (Total: $3,660,000)

*Scream 4 – $3,816,000

*Wrong Turn 4 – $2,032,000

*Shark Night 3D – $2,393,000

*Fright Night remake – $3,891,000

*Dream House – $2,528,000

*Final Destination 5 – $5,490,000

*Apollo 18 – $4,001,000

 As I predicted, Face Off saw its highest rated episode ever and the finale was awesome! In other news, the MTV movie franchise premiered My Super Psycho Sweet 16 Part 3. Who knew it even existed? Did anyone care? Not really, less than half a million people tuned in.

Once Upon A Time – 9,120,000

The Walking Dead – 6,888,000

Grimm – 5,150,000

Alcatraz – 4,999,000

The River – 4,130,000

Face Off – 2,500,000

The Vampire Diaries – 2,620,000

Merlin – 1,720,000

Being Human – 1,630,000

The Secret Circle – 1,620,000

Finding Bigfoot – 1,543,000

Lost Girl – 1,192,000

Supernatural (rerun) – 1,160,000

Ghost Hunters International – 1,120,000

My Super Psycho Sweet 16 3 – 442,000



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