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Old 03-12-2012, 04:40 PM   #1
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Box Office Horror 2012

Domestic:


  1. $126,477,084 - Prometheus
  2. $079,727,149 - Dark Shadows
  3. $062,321,039 - Underworld Awakening
  4. $054,333,290 - The Woman in Black
  5. $053,829,953 - Paranormal Activity 4
  6. $053,261,944 - The Devil Inside
  7. $051,774,002 - Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance
  8. $049,130,154 - The Possession
  9. $047,948,791 - Sinister
  10. $042,345,531 - Resident Evil: Retribution
  11. $042,073,277 - The Cabin in the Woods
  12. $037,519,139 - Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter
  13. $031,610,674 - House at the End of the Street
  14. $018,119,640 - Chernobyl Diaries
  15. $017,529,157 - Silent Hill: Revelation 3D
  16. $016,008,272 - The Raven
  17. $012,754,783 - Silent House
  18. $006,520,794 - The Collection
  19. $004,936,819 - The Apparition
  20. $000,376,512 - Piranha 3DD
  21. $000,180,117 - Lost Woods
  22. $000,175,088 - The Awakening
  23. $000,156,072 - Deadtime
  24. $000,146,146 - Deadly Renovations
  25. $000,144,123 - From Beneath
  26. $000,100,345 - V/H/S
  27. $000,092,476 - The Road (2012)
  28. $000,078,396 - The Innkeepers
  29. $000,069,136 - Intruders
  30. $000,029,063 - Kill List
  31. $000,025,247 - Death of the Virgin
  32. $000,018,464 - Lovely Molly
  33. $000,018,000 - Juan of the Dead
  34. $000,014,567 - Silent Night
  35. $000,012,663 - Citadel
  36. $000,009,600 - Rec 3: Genesis
  37. $000,003,838 - The Moth Diaries
  38. $000,003,731 - Bad Blood the Hunger
  39. $000,002,592 - Carl
  40. $000,000,383 - Apartment 143
  41. $000,000,264 - Playback


Worldwide:


  1. $402,486,687 - Prometheus
  2. $239,127,149 - Dark Shadows
  3. $221,810,789 - Resident Evil: Retribution
  4. $160,112,671 - Underworld Awakening
  5. $140,685,311 - Paranormal Activity 4
  6. $132,563,930 - Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance
  7. $127,730,736 - The Woman in Black
  8. $116,008,407 - Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter
  9. $101,386,096 - The Devil Inside
  10. $076,691,449 - The Possession
  11. $066,486,080 - The Cabin in the Woods
  12. $050,265,817 - Sinister
  13. $047,943,537 - Silent Hill: Revelation 3D
  14. $037,157,648 - Chernobyl Diaries
  15. $036,375,729 - House at the End of the Street
  16. $026,059,817 - The Raven
  17. $013,101,672 - Silent House
  18. $010,158,047 - Rec 3: Genesis
  19. $009,627,492 - The Apparition
  20. $008,493,728 - Piranha 3DD
  21. $005,212,903 - The Tall Man
  22. $003,012,210 - Intruders
  23. $000,426,259 - Apartment 143
  24. $000,171,760 - Kill List
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Old 03-12-2012, 07:26 PM   #2
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Wow .. not only has it been a lame year for horror so far, but it looks like it's not getting any better.

Apart from Cabin in the Woods, there's nothing very interesting coming out. Boo.
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Old 03-12-2012, 08:13 PM   #3
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Anyone on here seen The Innkeepers ?

edit: Oh yeah, poster Shawn Francis started not one, but two threads on the film, so there's plenty of fan talk to read. Sounds like a decent film; will rent.

And @ Underworld taking the top spot.
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Old 04-15-2012, 05:31 PM   #4
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*Update*

The Cabin in the Woods enters the charts. Release dates for Piranha 3DD and V/H/S.
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Old 05-21-2012, 09:38 AM   #5
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Updated before Chernobyl Diaries opens wide this week.
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Old 05-26-2012, 02:35 AM   #6
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It's so very sad that The Devil Inside made more then Cabin in the Woods.
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Old 05-26-2012, 09:08 PM   #7
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This year has really sucked when it comes to mainstream horror. Almost feels like the 90s again. LOL
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Old 05-26-2012, 09:51 PM   #8
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It's so very sad that The Devil Inside made more then Cabin in the Woods.
Exactly- at the very least it should have been in the top 3 - I guess it was too smart and well written for the average movie goer. It deserved to do better then Ghost Rider and Dark Shadows as well
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Old 05-26-2012, 10:24 PM   #9
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Sobering figures for The Innkeepers, really a shame that films far removed from the proven formula of Hollywood bombast, big effects and cgi are usually categorically neglected.
The Devil Inside figures are crazy, that is a film I would have pegged as a bomb for sure.
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Old 05-26-2012, 11:21 PM   #10
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Sobering figures for The Innkeepers, really a shame that films far removed from the proven formula of Hollywood bombast, big effects and cgi are usually categorically neglected.
The Devil Inside figures are crazy, that is a film I would have pegged as a bomb for sure.
Your average Jane and Joe blow movie goer is an idiot. Same story with today's music nothing but commercial sheep's. People need to think for themselves instead being told what to do. If media told everyone to jump off a bridge I shiver to think that might happen.
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Old 05-27-2012, 12:44 AM   #11
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There would be a lot less idiots around if that were to happen!
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Old 05-27-2012, 08:29 AM   #12
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Would you guys consider THE RAVEN as horror ? The Poe mashup certainly plays like a period slasher film.
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Old 05-27-2012, 08:07 PM   #13
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Playback made $264? I am skeptical if that figure. Same for anything below The Moth Diaries and it's $4,000 intake.

The worst part of the list so far is that only the top 6 have gotten any sort of major release. I'm sure The Innkeepers did great considering the very limited theather access it had (does thaf figure include Innkeepers on demand debut? It did have a different business model). If Juan of the Death had opened anywhere other than limited showings at Alamo Drafthouse I would have jumped in.

ABCs of Death looks promising but I question the wisdom of opening just after Halloween and not before.

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Old 05-29-2012, 05:54 AM   #14
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The Apparition trailer dropped recently, and it looks to be another run-of-the-mill, PG-13 pile of shit with scury ghosts.

To the OP, House at the End of the Street is a horror film coming out later this year (9/21), but it also looks like trash so it's no big deal.

It's pretty sad that the horror flick I'm most looking forward to seeing is The Loved Ones, from 2000-fuckin'-9. I guess Paramount finally picked it up for domestic distribution.
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Old 05-29-2012, 06:22 AM   #15
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Went to the theater to see Chernobyl Diaries

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