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HORROR 2018

 

Insidious: The Last Key

January 5th, 2018

Opening Weekend: $29,600,000

Domestic Total: $67,000,000

Worldwide Total: $166,000,000

 

Winchester 

February 2nd, 2018

Opening Weekend: $9,250,000

Domestic Total: $25,000,000

Worldwide Total: $44,100,000

 

Strangers: Prey at Night 

March 9th, 2018

Opening Weekend: $10,400,000

Domestic Total: $24,600,000

Worldwide Total: $30,000,000

 

A Quiet Place 

April 6th, 2018

Opening Weekend: $50,000,000

Domestic Total: $187,000,000

Worldwide Total: $332,300,000

 

Truth or Dare 

April 13th, 2018

Opening Weekend: $18,660,000

Domestic Total: $40,700,000

Worldwide Total: $94,800,000

 

Hereditary 

8th June, 2018

Opening Weekend: $13,600,000

Domestic Total: $44,000,000

Worldwide Total: $79,300,000

 

The First Purge 

July 4th, 2018

Opening Weekend: $17,150,000

Domestic Total: $69,000,000

Worldwide Total: $136,400,000

 

Unfriended: Dark Web 

July 20th, 2018

Opening Weekend: $3,450,000

Domestic Total: $8,800,000

Worldwide Total: $9,600,000

 

The Meg 

10th August, 2018

Opening Weekend: $44,500,000

Domestic Total: $143,000,000

Worldwide Total: $527,800,000

 

Slenderman 

10th August 2018

Opening Weekend: $11,325,000

Domestic Total: $30,600,000

Worldwide Total: $51,700,000

 

The Nun 

7th September, 2018

Opening Weekend: $53,500,000

Domestic Total: $117,500,000

Worldwide Total: $365,500,000

 

Hell Fest 

28th September, 2018

Opening Weekend: $5,075,000

Domestic Total: $11,100,000

Worldwide Total: $17,500,000

 

Halloween 

October 19th, 2018

Opening Weekend: $76,200,000

Domestic Total: $159,300,000

Worldwide Total: $253,500,000

 

Suspiria 

2nd November, 2018

Opening Weekend: $184,000

Domestic Total: $2,500,000

Worldwide Total: $4,900,000

 

Overlord

9th November, 2018

Opening Weekend: $10,100,000

Domestic Total: $21,700,000

Worldwide Total: $41,200,000

 

Possession of Hannah Grace 

30th November, 2018

Opening Weekend: $6,500,000

Domestic Total: $14,500,000

Worldwide Total: $30,300,000

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2017:

IT $327,500,000/ $698,800,000
Get Out $175,500,000 / $254,300,000
Split $138,100,000 / $278,300,000
Annabelle Creation $102,100,000 / $306,500,000
Alien Covenant $74,300,000 / $240,700,000
Happy Death Day $55,700,000 / $115,100,000
47 Meters Down $44,300,000 / $57,000,000
Jigsaw $38,000,000 / $102,100,000
Underworld Blood Wars $30,300,000 / $81,100,000
Rings $27,800,000 / $83,100,000
Resident Evil Final Chapter $26,800,000 / $312,200,000
The Bye Bye Man $22,400,000 / $26,700,000
Flatliners $16,900,000 / $45,000,000
Wish Upon $14,300,000 / $21,500,000
It Comes At Night $14,000,000 / $19,300,000
The Belko Experiment $10,200,000 / $11,000,000
A Cure for Wellness $8,100,000 / $26,600,000
Friend Request $3,800,000 / $10,000,000
Phoenix Forgotten $3,600,000

 

Limited/High Profile Home Ent releases:

Jeepers Creepers 3, Leatherface, Raw, Cult of Chucky, Gerald's Game, Before I Wake, The Babysitter, Better Watch Out, The Ritual.

 

 

HORROR 2016

The Forest $26,500,000/ Worldwide: $37,600,000

The Boy $35,800,000/ Worldwide: $64,200,000

The Witch $25,000,000/ Worldwide: $40,400,000

The Darkness $10,600,000/ Worldwide: $10,700,000

The Conjuring 2 $101,800,000/ Worldwide: $320,300,000

The Shallows $55,100,000/ Worldwide: $119,100,000

The Purge: Election Year $79,000,000/ Worldwide: $118,400,000

Lights Out $67,300,000/ Worldwide: $148,900,000

Don't Breathe $89,200,000/ Worldwide: $154,500,000

Blair Witch $20,800,000/ Worldwide: $45,000,000

Ouija: Origin Of Evil $35,000,000/ Worldwide: $81,500,000


 

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2 hours ago, Krissykins said:

 

Horror 2018

Insidious: The Last Key January 5th, 2018
Winchester February 2nd, 2018
Strangers: Prey at Night March 9th, 2018
Untitled A24 Horror Film March 16th, 2018
A Quiet Place April 6th, 2018
New Mutants April 13th, 2018
Truth or Dare April 27th, 2018
Untitled A24 April 27th, 2018
Slenderman May 18th, 2018
Purge: The Island July 4th, 2018
The Nun July 13th, 2018
The Meg August 10th, 2018
Cadaver August 24th, 2018
Untitled New Line September 7th, 2018
Hellfest October 12th, 2018
Halloween October 19th, 2018
Overlord October 26th, 2018

 

I think it's time to add Home Ent/ Streaming movies too:

The Open House - Netflix - January 19th, 2018

 

Undated: Cloverfield 3.

 

Out of all these I'm trying to think what would be the highest grossing. The Meg seems like the safest guess as it's a major $150 million budgeted movie, but then again so was The Mummy. I would probably guess The Nun cause it's part of The Conjuring series, but again that guess feels safe.  Fuck it, I'll guess Venom for now.

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3 minutes ago, That One Guy said:

Also Cloverfield 3 has a date now (April 20)

I wonder if they’ll move Truth Or Dare to avoid Cloverfield.

 

10 minutes ago, RandomYojimbo said:

Winchester and The Nun. 

I could be wrong but I don’t see Winchester have a big appeal with the GA. I don’t think it will fail but I doubt it will hit $100 million

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Insidious: The Last Key- Gonna Skip
Winchester- Gonna Skip
Strangers: Prey at Night- Maybe See
A Quiet Place- Seeing in Theaters
New Mutants- Seeing in Theaters
Truth or Dare- Seeing in Theaters
Slenderman- Maybe See
Purge: The Island- Gonna Skip
The Nun- Seeing in Theaters
The Meg- Seeing in Theaters
Cadaver- No Trailer Yet
Hellfest- No Trailer Yet
Halloween- HELL FUCKING YES! SEEING OPENING DAY AT THE VERY FIRST SHOW TIME!
Overlord- No Trailer Yet

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12 minutes ago, Boxofficerules said:

I could be wrong but I don’t see Winchester have a big appeal with the GA. I don’t think it will fail but I doubt it will hit $100 million

Maybe, But I love a good haunted house movie.

 

Also, ugh saw the Truth or Dare trailer in front of Insidious. Looks atrocious.

 

 

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We should talk about the Blum House renascence, they came from becoming a “toxic” brand among Horror fans during 2015 thanks to their awful movies released this year, to become the “Pixar of Horror” last year. What do you guys think about their line-up for this year?

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3 minutes ago, The Stingray said:

Halloween, the Suspiria remake, and The Endless are the ones I'm looking forward to.
 

I would be looking forward to Suspiria if it wasn’t in development hell then production hell and now post production hell. 

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Remaking Suspiria is a sin.

 

Im really looking forward to A Quiet Place (Terrific trailer), The Nun, Halloween and The Meg (hopefully that one will embrace its hilarious potential with Jason Statham lol).

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