It couldn’t quite top Venom’s record-breaking October opening but Halloween took the second highest grossing October opening weekend record as well as the second-best R rated horror opening of all time and the best opening ever for the slasher genre.
Michael Myers returns to battle Laurie Strode in Halloween while Robert Redford heads off into the sunset with The Old Man and The Sea and The Hate U Give expands wide after getting lots of critical praise and a strong limited run this weekend at the box office.
40 years after the original Halloween, Michael Myers escapes from custody and returns home to face off against Laurie Strode one final time in David Gordon Green’s reboot/sequel Halloween.
Michael Myers returns to battle Laurie Strode four decades after their first encounter in Blumhouse and David Gordon Green’s new chapter of the Halloween saga, arriving this October.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe dive into Ninjago, the XFL, the new Halloween, mid-season TV, creepypasta, Slenderman, Training Day and more.
Dramatic Nicolas Cage is back for Joe, an intense looking drama from David Gordon Green that should hit some theaters and VOD later this year.
New Year’s Eve technically “won” the box office this weekend but it was the slowest weekend in three years and only New Year’s Eve made over $10 million.
If given the choice between last week’s nothing and this week’s offerings at the box office, I think I’d go with the nothing.
Danny McBride trades a baseball bat for a sword as he stars in the medieval fantasy/comedy Your Highness, along with James Franco, Zooey Deschanel and Natalie Portman.