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6 Reasons Why ‘Boo! A Madea Halloween’ Slayed at the Box Office If we’ve learned anything this weekend it’s that mixing Tyler Perry‘s popular Madea character with ghosts is a winning combination. The writer-director-star of “Boo! A Madea Halloween” brought down the box office this weekend with an estimated $27.6 million as his latest installment in the comedy series opened in theaters. The Lionsgate movie blew away initial estimates by roughly $10 million, emerging as the top performer ahead of Paramount’s Tom Cruise vehicle “Jack Reacher: Never Go Back” — which was initially expected to debut at No.

Box Office: Ouija Opens to Almost $20 Million As expected Ouija debuted in first place with a solid start (for the genre) while John Wick wasn’t bad either in 2nd, fueled by great word of mouth and even better reviews. Ouija scared up an ok $19.9 million over its opening weekend, which was more than enough to land on the top spot in […] Read Box Office: Ouija Opens to Almost $20 Million on Filmonic.

Weekend Box Office Wrap Up: October 26th, 2014 It was horror versus Keanu at the box office this weekend, with both turning out decent debuts. In at number 1 is Ouija (read our review) with $20 million. That’s the second best opening of the year for a horror film, behind Annabelle‘s $37 million earlier this month. Although few expected they would ever see a movie based on the concept, Ouija did fairly well with younger viewers. It should also hold stronger than most thanks to the upcoming Halloween weekend. The number 2 film this weekend is John Wick (read our review) with $14.1 million.

'Ouija' Haunts Top Spot on Friday with $8.3 Million On a somewhat quiet Friday at the box office, supernatural horror flick Ouija took first place ahead of Keanu Reeves action movie John Wick.Meanwhile, Bill Murray's St. Vincent did decent business in its nationwide expansion.Opening at 2,858 theaters, Ouija earned an estimated $8.3 million on Friday. That's a far cry from Annabelle's $15.5 million, but is above recent October horror movies Sinister ($7.4 million) and Carrie ($6.5 million). If Ouija holds like those three movies, it will win...

Weekend Box Office Report: October 24-26, 2014 Ouija summons the money! Audiences were looking for some Halloween spirit this weekend, putting the supernatural thriller OUIJA at the top of the box office with an estimated $20 million! Moviegoers didn't exactly have a lot of options for spooky chills at theaters (THE CONJURING spinoff ANNABELLE has already fled the Top 10 and DRACULA UNTOLD is just barely fanging on), but it was still... Read More...


Film Review: Ouija

Latino Review - Fri, 2014-10-24 09:20

Film Review: Ouija You know there’s something wrong right off the bat when a movie is based on a board game. It’s just another pitiful extension of Hollywood’s obsession with making movies out of recognizable brands or toys or theme park rides. Sometimes those initially terrible ideas work out (Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl), and most of the time they don’t (Battleship, almost all of the Transformers movies).


Ouija Review

IGN Movies - Thu, 2014-10-23 15:47

Ouija Review Michael Bay and his Platinum Dunes production company bring the classic board game to life in the new horror movie Ouija. Olivia Cooke stars as Laine, a high school student whose quest to find out what happened to her dead bestie unleashes supernatural fury upon her and her pals. After her lifelong friend Debbie suddenly dies, Laine finds an old Ouija board in the girl's bedroom. She uses the board in an attempt to say goodbye to her friend, but instead encounters the board's resident spirit (who calls itself DZ).


Critics Consensus: John Wick is Certified Fresh

rottentomatoes.com – This week at the movies, we've got an avenging hitman (John Wick, starring Keanu Reeves and Adrianne Palicki), a bedeviled board (Ouija, starring Olivia Cooke and Douglas Smith), and an inspirational gridiron tale (23 Blast, starring Mark Hapka and Alexa Vega). What do the critics have to say? 8 years 6 weeks ago via theothersenhman
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In Ouija, a group of friends must confront their most terrifying fears when they awaken the dark powers of an ancient spirit board. Stiles White directs the supernatural thriller that is produced by Platinum Dunes partners Michael Bay, Brad Fuller and Andrew Form (The Purge, The Texas Chainsaw...
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October 24, 2014

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