Horror Continues Strong At Box Office For Another Weekend

by Thomas Tuna

Moviegoers still have an appetite for horror.

Despite facing off against another strong weekend from blockbuster Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, three genre films made the domestic Top 10 this weekend–with The Menu debuting at No. 2, according to a report on Deadline.

The Menu–directed by Mark Mylod–raked in a cool $9 million over the three-day period, playing in more than 3,200 theaters in its opening weekend.

Smile–from writer/director Parker Finn–continued drawing crowds in its eighth weekend, coming in at No. 8 and earning another $1.1 million, for an impressive $104.5 million box office total to date.

And Prey for the Devil–directed by Daniel Stamm–placed ninth in its fourth weekend, grossing $900,000 for the period, and bringing its total to $18.2 million.

Keep reading Horror News Network for updates on the box office results of genre films.


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