House at the End of the Street

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $31,611,916Details
International Box Office $8,882,119
Worldwide Box Office $40,494,035
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $8,584,010 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $1,746,686 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $10,330,696
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Synopsis

Seeking a fresh start, newly divorced Sarah and her daughter Elissa find the house of their dreams in a small, upscale, rural town. But when startling and unexplainable events begin to happen, Sarah and Elissa learn the town is in the shadows of a chilling secret. Years earlier, in the house next door, a daughter killed her parents in their beds, and disappeared - leaving only a brother, Ryan, as the sole survivor. Against Sarah's wishes, Elissa begins a relationship with the reclusive Ryan - and the closer they get, the deeper they're all pulled into a mystery more dangerous than they ever imagined.

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Movie Details

Production Budget:$6,900,000
Theatrical Release: September 21st, 2012 (Wide) by Relativity
Video Release: January 8th, 2013 by Fox Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for intense sequences of violence and terror, thematic elements, language, some teen partying and brief drug material.
(Rating bulletin 2186, 8/26/2011)
Keywords: Surprise Twist, Cross-Dressing, Serial Killer, Kidnap, Mistaken Identity, Mental Illness, Death of a Sibling, Dysfunctional Family, Children Dealing with Divorce, Young Child Dealing with the Death of a Parent, Orphan, Life in a Small Town
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Horror
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction

DVD Sales: January 13th, 2013: Chart Filled with Dredd

There were seven new releases to reach the top 30 on this week's DVD Sales Chart, including four releases that reached the top five. Leading the way, at least in terms of units, was Dredd, which sold 320,000 units, while it generated $4.80 million. This is weak compared to its reviews, but great compared to its box office numbers. More...

Blu-ray Sales: January 13th, 2013: Dredd is Feeling Blu

New releases dominated the top five of the Blu-ray sales chart for the week of January 13th, 2003. Dredd led the way in terms of units with 184,000 units, but was second in terms of revenue with $3.68 million. Its opening week Blu-ray share was just 37%, which is weak for an action film like this. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for January 8th, 2013

After two weeks of almost nothing worth talking about on the home market, there's plenty to talk about this week. ... Actually, to be totally honest, it is another slow week, it's just not painfully slow. (Also, I'm unwilling to pad the list like I had to do the last couple weeks.) Worse still, because the holiday just ended, a lot of the screeners that were supposed to arrive have not, including a few Pick of the Week contenders. Compliance, Dredd, and Frankenweenie are all contenders that are currently late, and I really don't like choosing a late screener. In the end, it was literally a coin toss between Archer: Season Three on DVD or Blu-ray and Red Dwarf: X on DVD or Blu-ray. And the coin said... Red Dwarf: X. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: An Early Halloween Treat

September ended on a record-breaking note as Hotel Transylvania finally bumped Sweet Home Alabama out of top spot on the September weekend list. That record lasted a full decade, which is amazing given the total ticket price inflation since 2002. Not only did Hotel Transylvania crush predictions, Looper also did a little bit better than predicted, a tiny bit better than predicted. This is true of just about every film in the top ten, and every little bit helps. Overall, the weekend box office surged 30% from last weekend to $118 million, which was 19% higher than the same weekend last year. Let's hope this is more than a momentary blip and the beginning of a new winning streak. More...

Weekend Predictions: A Vacancy for New Releases

There are two wide releases coming out this week that should be in a relatively close race for first place, plus an also-ran that will mostly be forgotten. Last week I thought Looper would win the weekend over Hotel Transylvania; however, that's probably not going to happen. Looper is definitely the better movie, but Hotel Transylvania is opening in more theaters than expected, while Looper is opening in less than expected. Both should do decent business, at least compared to the rest of September's new releases. On the other hand, Won't Back Down will likely struggle just to reach the top five. There's one more new release with a shot at a spot in the top ten, Pitch Perfect. It's opening in more than 300 theaters, which is a risky proposition. If it does open in the top ten, it could expand wide next weekend. I don't think it is very likely, but I'll have more to say with the limited release report. Last year there were four wide releases, but none of them cracked $10 million. The number one film was Dolphin Tale at just under $13 million. If we don't top that this year, we are in a world of trouble. More...

Contest: Trouble Predicting the Winner: Winning Announcement

The winners of our Trouble Predicting the Winner contest were determined and they are... More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: End Starts on Top

It was another terrible week at the box office with only one of the four wide releases matching pre-weekend predictions. End of Watch was able to come out on top and it was only the second time an Open Road release was able to do that. The rest of the films ranged from a little disappointing to, 'Please don't make me talk about this; it's depressing.' The overall box office rose by 5.1% from last week to $90, but that's a staggering 23% lower than the same weekend last year. Yes, year-to-date, 2012 is still ahead of 2011, but its lead continues to shrink reaching just 2.5% at $7.92 billion to $7.73 billion. Ticket sales are just 1.3% higher than last year's pace and the upcoming releases don't seem particularly strong, so by the end of October, we could officially be in trouble. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will the New Releases Be in Trouble?

This weekend there are four wide releases, which is too many. The odds are at least one, more likely two films will miss reaching their full potential. That's under normal circumstances. The box office is clearly sub-normal at the moment. The widest release of the week is Trouble with the Curve, but its Tomatometer Score has fallen from close to 90% to barely more than 60%. At this pace, by the time the weekend starts, it will be below the overall positive level. House at the End of the Street has good buzz, but still no reviews, and that is troubling. Dredd's reviews are shockingly good, but the film has had trouble escaping the remake stink. Finally, End of Watch is also earning great reviews, but its studio has a really bad track record at the box office. By comparison, last year there were four wide releases, none of which earned more than $20 million; however, three of them did earn more than $10 million and the fourth came close, while The Lion King won the weekend with more than $20 million. I think it will be another loss for 2012 in the year-over-year comparison. It likely won't be close. More...

Contest: Trouble Predicting The Winner

Next weekend there are four films opening wide. Not only that, but there is a real debate about which film will be the number one release over the weekend. Trouble with the Curve went from being a film that might not open truly wide to the widest release of the weekend. (I think the RNC has a lot to do with that.) However, it has aimed at a very mature target demographic, and they rarely rush out to see a film's opening weekend. On the other hand, Dredd screams Fanboy and its reviews are amazing. However, the buzz is bad, mostly from people complaining about the original. End of Watch also has great early reviews. However, Open Road has only had one film crack $10 million during its opening weekend. House at the End of the Street has one of the hottest young stars, Jennifer Lawrence, in the lead. However, there are no early reviews. So which film will be our target film? Ummmm... Let me grab a dice. House at the End of the Street is the target film in this week's box office prediction contest. In order to win, one must simply predict the opening weekend box office number for House at the End of the Street. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will win a copy of Terra Nova: The Complete Series on DVD. Meanwhile, whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going under, will also win a copy of Terra Nova: The Complete Series on DVD. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

2012 Preview: September

August is over and let's just be glad we never have to talk about that month again. It is too early to tell how a couple of the wide releases from the month will do, but of the other fourteen we have solid numbers for, none of them were a pleasant surprise. There were a few that were mildly disappointing, but likely still profitable. There were also a few that were "What were they thinking?" level of box office bomb. This September, there about a dozen films opening wide, depending on your definition of wide. (Plus, For A Good Time, Call might expand wide on the 14th, while The Master is opening in limited release on the 14th, but might expand wide before the end of the month. "Might" is the key here. I don't think either will get it done.) None of the dozen films are likely to get to $100 million. In fact, there's a good chance no film opening this month will get to $75 million in total. The biggest film of the month could be Finding Nemo, which is getting a 3D Re-release. As long as the movie going public hasn't tired of 3D re-releases, it should be a hit, but there are signs that the trend might be ending soon. There are a few others that should become midlevel hits, but most will struggle to find an audience. Last September was not terrible with one $100 million film and a few other midlevel hits. For 2012 to come out ahead, it will have to rely on depth, and I'm more than a little worried in that regard. More...

Cast

Jennifer Lawrence    Elissa
Max Thieriot    Ryan
Elisabeth Shue    Sarah
Gil Bellows    Weaver
Eva Link    Carrie Anne
Nolan Gerard Funk    Tyler
Allie MacDonald    Jullian
Jordan Hayes    Penn State Carrie Anne
Krista Bridges    Mary Jacobson
James Thomas    Ben Reynolds
Hailee Sisera    Caitlin
Craig Eldridge    Dan Gifford
Jonathan Higgins    Dr. Kohler
Oliver Soul    Jake
Lori Alter    Jenny Gifford
Joy Tanner    Bonnie Reynolds
Bobby Osborne    Young Ryan
Gracie Tucker    Young Carrie Anne
Will Bowes    Robbie
Jon McLaren    Zak
John Healy    John Jacobson
Jasmine Chan    Alice
Jonathan Malen    Ray
Claudia Jurt    Dr. Marianna Harrison

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Mark Tonderai
Screenwriter    David Loucka
Story Creator    Jonathan Mostow
Producer    Aaron Ryder
Producer    Peter Block
Producer    Hal Lieberman
Executive Producer    Allison Silver
Executive Producer    Sonny Mallhi
Executive Producer    Steve Samuels
Executive Producer    Anthoni Viscons II
Executive Producer    Dominic Visconsi Jr.
Executive Producer    Ryan Kavanaugh
Executive Producer    Tucker Tooley
Line Producer    Robert Menzies
Associate Producer    Beatrice Springborn
Casting Director    John Papsidera
Director of Photography    Miroslaw Baszak
Editor    Steven Mirkovich
Production Designer    Lisa Soper
Costume Designer    Jennifer Stroud
Composer    Theo Green
Music Supervisor    Steve Lindsey
Stunt Coordinator    Layton Morrison

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2012/09/21 1 $4,621,259   3,083 $1,499   $4,621,259 1
2012/09/22 1 $5,378,115 +16% 3,083 $1,744   $9,999,374 2
2012/09/23 4 $2,287,860 -57% 3,083 $742   $12,287,234 3
2012/09/24 3 $611,964 -73% 3,083 $198   $12,899,198 4
2012/09/25 3 $940,867 +54% 3,083 $305   $13,840,065 5
2012/09/26 4 $672,166 -29% 3,083 $218   $14,512,231 6
2012/09/27 3 $558,738 -17% 3,083 $181   $15,070,969 7
2012/09/28 4 $2,340,244 +319% 3,083 $759   $17,411,213 8
2012/09/29 3 $3,381,960 +45% 3,083 $1,097   $20,793,173 9
2012/09/30 5 $1,400,143 -59% 3,083 $454   $22,193,316 10
2012/10/01 5 $379,734 -73% 3,083 $123   $22,573,050 11
2012/10/02 5 $510,077 +34% 3,083 $165   $23,083,127 12
2012/10/03 6 $365,229 -28% 3,083 $118   $23,448,356 13
2012/10/04 6 $384,788 +5% 3,083 $125   $23,833,144 14
2012/10/05 7 $1,156,134 +200% 2,720 $425   $24,989,278 15
2012/10/06 7 $1,664,805 +44% 2,720 $612   $26,654,083 16
2012/10/07 8 $935,084 -44% 2,720 $344   $27,589,167 17
2012/10/08 8 $405,929 -57% 2,720 $149   $27,995,096 18
2012/10/09 8 $262,694 -35% 2,720 $97   $28,257,790 19
2012/10/10 8 $217,589 -17% 2,720 $80   $28,475,379 20
2012/10/11 8 $210,625 -3% 2,720 $77   $28,686,004 21
2012/10/12 14 $434,945 +107% 1,866 $233   $29,120,949 22
2012/10/13 14 $633,420 +46% 1,866 $339   $29,754,369 23
2012/10/14 14 $241,978 -62% 1,866 $130   $29,996,347 24
2012/10/15 15 $74,612 -69% 1,866 $40   $30,070,959 25
2012/10/16 14 $76,961 +3% 1,866 $41   $30,147,920 26
2012/10/17 14 $80,625 +5% 1,866 $43   $30,228,545 27
2012/10/18 14 $86,019 +7% 1,866 $46   $30,314,564 28
2012/10/19 16 $160,409 +86% 746 $215   $30,474,973 29
2012/10/20 17 $231,775 +44% 746 $311   $30,706,748 30
2012/10/21 - $76,114 -67% 746 $102   $30,782,862 31
2012/10/22 - $23,259 -69% 746 $31   $30,806,121 32
2012/10/23 - $23,144 n/c 746 $31   $30,829,265 33
2012/10/24 - $23,471 +1% 746 $31   $30,852,736 34
2012/10/25 - $28,021 +19% 746 $38   $30,880,757 35
2012/10/26 - $63,952 +128% 302 $212   $30,944,709 36
2012/10/27 - $80,477 +26% 302 $266   $31,025,186 37
2012/10/28 - $30,071 -63% 302 $100   $31,055,257 38
2012/10/29 - $9,687 -68% 302 $32   $31,064,944 39
2012/10/30 - $13,227 +37% 302 $44   $31,078,171 40
2012/10/31 - $18,747 +42% 302 $62   $31,096,918 41
2012/11/01 - $11,515 -39% 302 $38   $31,108,433 42
2012/11/02 - $24,168 +110% 128 $189   $31,132,601 43
2012/11/03 - $36,014 +49% 128 $281   $31,168,615 44
2012/11/04 - $12,662 -65% 128 $99   $31,181,277 45
2012/11/05 - $5,532 -56% 128 $43   $31,186,809 46
2012/11/06 - $5,256 -5% 128 $41   $31,192,065 47
2012/11/07 - $4,130 -21% 128 $32   $31,196,195 48
2012/11/08 - $4,089 -1% 128 $32   $31,200,284 49
2012/11/09 - $11,890 +191% 78 $152   $31,212,174 50
2012/11/10 - $20,438 +72% 78 $262   $31,232,612 51
2012/11/11 - $8,383 -59% 78 $107   $31,240,995 52
2012/11/12 - $4,428 -47% 78 $57   $31,245,423 53
2012/11/13 - $2,409 -46% 78 $31   $31,247,832 54
2012/11/14 - $2,174 -10% 78 $28   $31,250,006 55
2012/11/15 - $2,388 +10% 78 $31   $31,252,394 56
2012/11/16 - $27,976 +1,072% 175 $160   $31,280,370 57
2012/11/17 - $45,203 +62% 175 $258   $31,325,573 58
2012/11/18 - $29,097 -36% 175 $166   $31,354,670 59
2012/11/19 - $14,182 -51% 175 $81   $31,368,852 60
2012/11/20 - $16,075 +13% 175 $92   $31,384,927 61
2012/11/21 - $14,234 -11% 138 $103   $31,399,161 62
2012/11/22 - $10,863 -24% 138 $79   $31,410,024 63
2012/11/23 - $28,095 +159% 138 $204   $31,438,119 64
2012/11/24 - $34,867 +24% 138 $253   $31,472,986 65
2012/11/25 - $15,688 -55% 138 $114   $31,488,674 66
2012/11/26 - $4,632 -70% 138 $34   $31,493,306 67
2012/11/27 - $4,850 +5% 138 $35   $31,498,156 68
2012/11/28 - $4,611 -5% 138 $33   $31,502,767 69
2012/11/29 - $4,832 +5% 138 $35   $31,507,599 70
2012/11/30 - $12,158 +152% 108 $113   $31,519,757 71
2012/12/01 - $21,146 +74% 108 $196   $31,540,903 72
2012/12/02 - $10,885 -49% 108 $101   $31,551,788 73
2012/12/03 - $3,318 -70% 108 $31   $31,555,106 74
2012/12/04 - $3,061 -8% 108 $28   $31,558,167 75
2012/12/05 - $3,246 +6% 108 $30   $31,561,413 76
2012/12/06 - $3,279 +1% 108 $30   $31,564,692 77
2012/12/07 - $6,726 +105% 68 $99   $31,571,418 78
2012/12/08 - $11,166 +66% 68 $164   $31,582,584 79
2012/12/09 - $6,348 -43% 68 $93   $31,588,932 80
2012/12/10 - $1,973 -69% 68 $29   $31,590,905 81
2012/12/11 - $1,716 -13% 68 $25   $31,592,621 82
2012/12/12 - $1,805 +5% 68 $27   $31,594,426 83
2012/12/13 - $1,825 +1% 68 $27   $31,596,251 84
2012/12/14 - $3,057 +68% 41 $75   $31,599,308 85
2012/12/15 - $5,444 +78% 41 $133   $31,604,752 86
2012/12/16 - $2,846 -48% 41 $69   $31,607,598 87
2012/12/17 - $965 -66% 41 $24   $31,608,563 88
2012/12/18 - $1,022 +6% 41 $25   $31,609,585 89
2012/12/19 - $1,089 +7% 41 $27   $31,610,674 90
2012/12/20 - $1,242 +14% 41 $30   $31,611,916 91

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2012/09/21 2 $12,287,234   3,083 $3,985   $12,287,234 3
2012/09/28 5 $7,122,347 -42% 3,083 $2,310   $22,193,316 10
2012/10/05 8 $3,756,023 -47% 2,720 $1,381   $27,589,167 17
2012/10/12 14 $1,310,343 -65% 1,866 $702   $29,996,347 24
2012/10/19 17 $468,298 -64% 746 $628   $30,782,862 31
2012/10/26 24 $174,500 -63% 302 $578   $31,055,257 38
2012/11/02 39 $72,844 -58% 128 $569   $31,181,277 45
2012/11/09 44 $40,711 -44% 78 $522   $31,240,995 52
2012/11/16 30 $102,276 +151% 175 $584   $31,354,670 59
2012/11/23 38 $78,650 -23% 138 $570   $31,488,674 66
2012/11/30 42 $44,189 -44% 108 $409   $31,551,788 73
2012/12/07 54 $24,240 -45% 68 $356   $31,588,932 80
2012/12/14 64 $11,347 -53% 41 $277   $31,607,598 87

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
1/13/20134204,310 204,310$3,471,227$3,471,2271
1/20/20131170,328-66% 274,638$1,403,747$4,874,9742
1/27/20131847,417-33% 322,055$946,443$5,821,4173
2/3/20131644,379-6% 366,434$663,910$6,485,3274
2/10/20132229,477-34% 395,911$462,199$6,947,5265

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
1/13/2013447,617 47,617$973,772$973,7721
1/20/20131613,539-72% 61,156$338,335$1,312,1072

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