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Horror Sales: Abe Lincoln, Ghost Rider, and School Spirits

Box office numbers, DVD sales, and television viewership for the week of June 22 to June 28, 2012.

Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Slayer debuts at #3 at the box office and makes back about a 1/3 of its overall budget. Not too shabby, and hopefully the summer months will keep its sales alive. Oddly, The Raven actually rose in sales this week.

3 Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter $23,034,000

4 2 Prometheus $14,790,000 (Total: $113,336,000)

5 5 Snow White & The Huntsman $12,143,000 (Total: $141,185,000)

9 6 Men In Black 3 $9,001,000 (Total: $166,740,000)

23 15 Dark Shadows $394,000 (Total: $75,887,000)

29 28 The Cabin In The Woods $228,000 (Total: $41,867,000)

30 29 Chernobyl Diaries $223,000 (Total: $17,971,000)

36 65 The Raven $113,000 (Total: $15,961,000)

Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance debuts at #2 on the DVD Top 30 Chart. Not a lot of action gong on otherwise.

2 Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance $6,095,000

8 6 True Blood Season Four $2,221,000 (Total: $25,588,000)

11 14 Men In Black $2,052,000 (Total: N/A)

14 N/A Men In Black 2 $722,000 (Total: N/A)

20 14 The Woman In Black $612,000 (Total: $6,587,000)

25 24 Chronicle $504,000 (Total: $6,846,000)

29 26 Gone $379,000 (Total: $1,800,000)

 SyFy’s reality-narrative show, School Spirits, pulls in less than a million viewers in its premiere. It’s a show about college campuses that are haunted. I could see why some people may not be interested, but I liked it.

True Blood – 4,661,000

Falling Skies – 3,807,000

Castle – 3,100,000

Teen Wolf – 1,652,000

Eureka – 1,613,000

Supernatural (rerun) 1,360,000

Haunted Collector – 1,027,000

Lost Girl – 971,000

School Spirits – 923,000

Fact or Faked: Paranormal Files 1 – 944,000

Fact or Faked: Paranormal Files 2 – 844,000

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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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