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Horror Sales: Thor still on top, Priest debuts


Nothing new at the Box Office, except that Priest debuts. Sucker Punch, Red Riding Hood, and Beastly all moved up the chart, but when you see the $$$ they made, it’s nothing to get excited about.

  • 1 1 (2) Thor $45,153,000 (Total: $129,906,000)
  • 4 Priest $19,083,000
  • 12 11 Insidious $1,242,000 (Total: $51,958,000)
  • 21 15 Scream 4 $394,000 (Total: $37,626,000)
  • 35 37 Sucker Punch $108,000 (total: $36,355,000)
  • 36 40 Red Riding Hood $77,000 (Total: $37,630,000)
  • 39 50 Beastly $37,000 (Total: $27,865,000)
  • 49 35 Dylan Dog: Dead of Night $9,000 (total: $1,186,000)

There are no horror films on the DVD Top 30 Chart. Although, Black Swan is the closest and it keeps moving up the chart. The other titles are all scifi-action-fantasy films.

  • 3 1 Harry Potter/Hallows Part 1 $3,486,000 (Total: $65,701,000)
  • 5 7 Black Swan $2,180,000 (Total: $16,170,000)
  • 11 4 Narnia/Dawn Treader $928,000 (Total: $21,900,000)
  • 28 14 Marvel Heroes Volume 1 $302,000 (Total: $1,186,000)
  • 29 16 Marvel Heroes Volume 2 $284,000 (Total: $1,168,000)

I dug deep and did research on shows that are out now that are horror/scifi related. Castle is a comedy about a book writer and cops trying to track down a copy cat serial killer. The Killing is a murder mystery type show. 

  • Castle – 12,930,000
  • Fringe – 5,680,000
  • The Killing – 1,980,000
  • R.L. Stines Haunting Hour, The Series – 236,000

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