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A Walk Among the Tombstones (2014)

A Walk Among the Tombstones poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $26,017,685Details
International Box Office $36,090,902Details
Worldwide Box Office $62,108,587
Home Market Performance
Est. Domestic DVD Sales $6,404,716 Details
Est. Domestic Blu-ray Sales $4,041,901 Details
Total Est. Domestic Video Sales $10,446,617
Further financial details...

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Synopsis

Matt Scudder, is an ex-NYPD cop who now works as an unlicensed private investigator operating just outside the law. When Scudder reluctantly agrees to help a heroin trafficker hunt down the men who kidnapped and then brutally murdered his wife, the PI learns that this is not the first time these men have committed this sort of twisted crime...nor will it be the last. Blurring the lines between right and wrong, Scudder races to track the deviants through the backstreets of New York City before they kill again.

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Movie Details

Production Budget:$28,000,000
Domestic Releases: September 19th, 2014 (Wide) by Universal
Video Release: January 13th, 2015 by Universal Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for strong violence, disturbing images, language and brief nudity.
(Rating bulletin 2293, 10/9/2013)
Running Time: 113 minutes
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Keywords: Ex-cop, Narcotics, Organized Crime, Kidnap, Private Investigator, Crime Thriller, Prologue, Addiction, Accidental Death, Death of a Spouse or Fiancée / Fiancé, Rehab / Former Addict, Non-Chronological, Sex Crimes, Homeless, Corrupt Cops, Snuff Film, DEA Agent, 1990s, Revenge, Film Noir, Digital Cinematography, New York
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Action
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Historical Fiction
Production Companies: Exclusive Media Group, Cross Creek Pictures
Production Countries: United States

Leading Cast

   Matt Scudder

Supporting Cast

Dan Stevens    Kenny Kristo
David Harbour    Ray
Boyd Holbrook    Peter Kristo
Maurice Compte    Danny Ortiz
Patrick F. McDade    Bar Owner
Luciano Acuna, Jr.    Dominican Banger #1
Hans Marrero    Dominican Banger #2
Laura Birn    Leila Alvarez
Adam David Thompson    Albert
Kim Rosen    Waitress-Jenny
Eric Nelsen    Howie
Jon Goracy    Bag Boy
Razane Jammal    Carrie Kristo
Stephanie Andujar    Cashier
Al Nazemian    Manager-Roland
Sophia Frank    Teenage Cashier
Susham Bedi    Mrs. Youness
Purva Bedi    Neighbor
Novella Nelson    Librarian
Marielle Heller    Marie Gotteskind
Brian "Astro" Bradley*    T.J.
Frank De Julio    Eduardo Solomon
Ólafur Darri Ólafsson    James Loogan
Mark Consuelos    Reuben Quintana
Natia Dune    Nurse Anna
Genevieve Adams    Waitress-The Flame
Liana De Laurent    Yuri's Wife
Sebastian Roche    Yuri Landau
Danielle Rose Russell    Lucia
David Anzuelo    Bodega Owner
Samuel Mercedes    Jacinto
Mike Figueroa    Tattooed Man
Mike Carlsen    Flannel Shirt
Leon Addison Brown    Stover
Damion Omar Lee    Baller #1
Jeremie Harris    Baller #2
Jolly Abraham    Bellevue Doctor
Nina Polan    Old Woman
Briana Marin    Screaming Woman
Arthur Gerunda    Dani
Fabrizio Brienza    Thug
Dennis Jay Funny    AA Speaker
Whitney Able    Twelve Steps Girl
Chinasa Ogbuagu    AA Woman-Denise
Louise Colon    Latin Old Woman

For a description of the different acting role types we use to categorize acting perfomances, see our Glossary.

Production and Technical Credits

   Director
Scott Frank    Screenwriter
Lawrence Block    Story Creator
Danny DeVito    Producer
Michael Shamberg    Producer
Stacey Sher    Producer
Tobin Armbrust    Producer
Brian Oliver    Producer
Nigel Sinclair    Executive Producer
Guy East    Executive Producer
Kerry Orent    Executive Producer
Lauren Selig    Executive Producer
Mark Mallouk    Executive Producer
Richard Toussaint    Executive Producer
Adi Shankar    Executive Producer
Spencer Silna    Executive Producer
Tracy Krohn    Executive Producer
Kate Bacon    Executive Producer
John Hyde    Executive Producer
Mihai Malaimare Jr.    Director of Photography
David Brisbin    Production Designer
Jill Savitt    Editor
Carlos Rafael Rivera    Composer
Mary Ramos    Music Supervisor
Betsy Heimann    Costume Designer
Avy Kaufman    Casting Director
Christopher Goode    Unit Production Manager
Stephen X. Apicella    First Assistant Director
Justin L. Ritson    Second Assistant Director
Steven Chester Prince    Co-Producer
Christopher Goode    Co-Producer
Jillian Longnecker    Co-Producer
Dror Mohar    Sound Supervisor
Branden Spencer    Sound Supervisor
Tom Kramer    Score Producer
Isabel Henderson    Post-Production Supervisor
Jonathan Arkin    Art Director
Cherish M. Hale    Set Decorator
Michael Barosky    Sound Mixer
Jeff Brink    Special Effects Coordinator
Mary Fellows    Assistant Set Decorator
M.J. McGrath    Costume Supervisor
Kyra Panchenko    Make up
Maya Hardinge    Make up
Craig Lindberg    Special Make-up Effects
Kerrie Smith    Hairstylist
Shellie Biviens    Hairstylist
Renee Foley Burke    Script Supervisor
Valerie Harrington    Script Supervisor
Jeannette Kim    Assistant Art Director
Brian Bowles    Dialogue Editor
Carl Shillito    Foley Mixer
Tom Kramer    Music Editor
Goodpenny NYC    Score Mixer
The Molecule    Visual Effects Producer
Aniela Sidorska    Visual Effects Producer

The bold credits above the line are the "above-the-line" credits, the other the "below-the-line" credits.

Home Market Numbers: Blu-ray Bounces Back, But Winter Slump Continues

February 2nd, 2015

A couple of new releases, Gone Girl and A Walk Among the Tombstones, were able to take the top two spots on the Blu-ray sales chart and that helped the overall sales of Blu-ray grow 22% to 852,000 units and 21% to $17.92 million compared to last week. Unfortunately, this was 19% fewer units and 25% less revenue from the same week last year. This is less of an issue with the Blu-ray market and more of an issue with the weakness in the theatrical numbers. In fact, the overall Blu-ray share rose to 37% in terms of units and 43% in terms of revenue. More...

Blu-ray Sales: Girl Feeling Blu

February 2nd, 2015

There were not a lot of new releases to reach the top twenty on the Blu-ray sales chart this week, but we did have a new film on top. Gone Girl earned first place with 342,000 / $6.64 million for an opening week Blu-ray share of 43%. This isn't bad, for a thriller. More...

DVD Sales: Gone Walks All Over Competition

February 2nd, 2015

Gone Girl led the new releases on the DVD sales chart with sales of 460,000 units / $6.97 million during its opening week of release. This is a good start for the film and probably enough to get to 1 million units before it is done. Eventually. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for January 13th, 2015

January 13th, 2015

This week on the home market is about as busy as last week was, but there are far fewer contenders for Pick of the Week, as Gone Girl just crushes the competition and the Blu-ray is the Pick of the Week. The next best picks are Empire: Season Five and Love is Strange on Blu-ray. More...

Featured Blu-ray / DVD Review: A Walk Among the Tombstones

January 12th, 2015

A Walk Among the Tombstones opened in September, which is a bad sign. It did earn good reviews, but failed to find an audience in theaters. Granted, it was a September release, so perhaps that's the problem. Or perhaps Liam Neeson has done one too many similar roles and moviegoers have grown tired of these movies. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: The Equalizer Has No Equal

September 30th, 2014

The Equalizer poster

The Equalizer easily won the race for the top of the box office chart this weekend earning almost as much as the next two films combined. Those next two films were The Maze Runner and The Boxtrolls, both of which exceeded expectations, albeit by tiny margins. The strength of these three films helped the overall box office reach $106 million, which is 4% higher than last weekend. On the other hand, this was 2% lower than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2014 has pulled in $7.51 billion, which is a massive amount when you look at it without context. However, it is nearly $400 million or 4.9% lower than last year's pace, which is also a massive amount. It is technically possible for 2014 to catch up to 2013 before the end of the year, but only if October is a really strong month at the box office. It won't be. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will The Equalizer Equal Success?

September 25th, 2014

The Equalizer poster

The Equalizer and The Boxtrolls opens wide this week. They are an action film and a family flick and the last weekend of September has been kind to both genres. The Equalizer could become the fastest opening film of the month, which might be enough to get it all the way to $100 million during its entire run. The Boxtrolls, on the other hand, is a Stop-motion animated film, which rarely rises above the midlevel hit. This weekend last year, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 opened with $34.02 million, which is right in the middle of the expected range for The Equalizer, plus the depth is better this year, so 2014 should win the year-over-year competition. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Maze Runs Laps Around Competetion

September 22nd, 2014

The Maze Runner poster

The Maze Runner easily won the weekend box office race this past weekend beating expectations by a little bit with $32.51 million. Unfortunately, the other new releases were not as strong and their combined totals were about 25% lower than the number one film. Overall, the box office was $103 million, which is 14% higher than last weekend and 18% higher than the same weekend last year. This is a fantastic result, given the box office troubles of the past several weeks. Year-to-date, 2014 is still behind 2013 by a large margin at $7.38 billion to $7.75 billion, which is a 4.8% deficit. Hopefully this win will help the box office going forward and the fall will be better than the summer was. More...

Weekend Estimates: Maze Runner Boosts Box Office

September 21st, 2014

The Maze Runner poster

The Maze Runner will be the first film to top $30 million at the box office in six weeks, bringing a welcome boost to the industry at the beginning of the Fall season. With $32.5 million projected for the weekend, and overall positive reviews, Fox could have a modest new franchise on its hands. Things look less rosy for the weekend’s other wide releases. A Walk Among the Tombstones will have a disappointing debut around $13 million—the worst result for a wide release starring Liam Neeson since K-19: The Widowmaker back in 2002, or, if one takes inflation into account, the 1998 version of Les Miserables. This is Where I Leave You lands with a projected $11.86 million, and reviews that aren’t good enough to give it much hope of redemption via word of mouth. More...

Weekend Predictions: Which New Release Will Get Off to a Running Start?

September 18th, 2014

The Maze Runner poster

There are a trio of new wide releases this week, led by The Maze Runner, which is expected to top the box office chart and it is also currently earning the best reviews, although it is so close that it could change with a single new negative review. (It did change about five minutes after writing that, as it fell to second place.) The buzz for A Walk Among the Tombstones hasn't grown like I thought it would, but it still looks on pace to become a midlevel hit. On the other hand, This is Where I Leave You's chances are weakening and it looks like it won't finish in the top three. There is some good news. This weekend last year, Prisoners was the only film to earn more than $20 million, while Insidious Chapter 2 was the only other film to earn more than $10 million. This weekend, we could have five films earning more than $10 million and the number one film could earn more than $30 million. More...

Contest: Dynasty in the Making

September 12th, 2014

Three new releases enter the marketplace next weekend: The Maze Runner, This is Where I Leave You, and A Walk Among the Tombstones. I don't think any of them will be breakout hits, but The Maze Runner has the best chance to earn first place, even if its legs likely won't be very long. Because of this, it is the best choice for the target film for this week's box office prediction contest. In order to win, one must simply predict the opening weekend box office number for The Maze Runner.

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 Dynasty: The Final Season - Vol 1 & 2 Pack on DVD. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going under, will win a previously reviewed TV on DVD release. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

2014 Preview: September

September 1st, 2014

The Equalizer poster

August was a great month, it is as simple as that. Not only did Guardians of the Galaxy break records, but Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was a surprise hit as well. These early gains led to an extended winning streak in the year-over-year comparison. Granted, 2014 is still more than $300 million behind 2013, but this is substantially less than the gap was before the month. Can September maintain this run? I'm not sure. Last September was strong compared to most Septembers with Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 earning more than $100 million while Insidious Chapter 2 came relatively close. This year, there likely won't be any $100 million hits, but I think The Equalizer should at least come close. Meanwhile, there are some who think The Maze Runner will be the biggest hit of the month, but I'm not among them. There have been too many similar releases that have struggled to think this one will be a hit. I think September will get off to a terrible start, but overall I think it will be close to last year. More...

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Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2014/09/19 2 $12,758,780   2,712 $4,705   $12,758,780 1
2014/09/26 7 $4,192,815 -67% 2,714 $1,545   $20,830,320 2
2014/10/03 11 $2,013,170 -52% 2,226 $904   $24,510,525 3
2014/10/10 20 $390,745 -81% 558 $700   $25,704,880 4
2014/10/17 40 $90,850 -77% 158 $575   $25,977,365 5

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2014/09/19 2 $4,759,560   2,712 $1,755   $4,759,560 1
2014/09/20 2 $5,071,590 +7% 2,712 $1,870   $9,831,150 2
2014/09/21 2 $2,927,630 -42% 2,712 $1,080   $12,758,780 3
2014/09/22 2 $962,590 -67% 2,712 $355   $13,721,370 4
2014/09/23 2 $1,261,075 +31% 2,712 $465   $14,982,445 5
2014/09/24 3 $908,555 -28% 2,712 $335   $15,891,000 6
2014/09/25 4 $746,505 -18% 2,712 $275   $16,637,505 7
2014/09/26 6 $1,302,720 +75% 2,714 $480   $17,940,225 8
2014/09/27 7 $1,831,575 +41% 2,714 $675   $19,771,800 9
2014/09/28 6 $1,058,520 -42% 2,714 $390   $20,830,320 10
2014/09/29 5 $392,225 -63% 2,714 $145   $21,222,545 11
2014/09/30 5 $541,960 +38% 2,714 $200   $21,764,505 12
2014/10/01 5 $406,325 -25% 2,714 $150   $22,170,830 13
2014/10/02 5 $326,525 -20% 2,714 $120   $22,497,355 14
2014/10/03 11 $611,940 +87% 2,226 $275   $23,109,295 15
2014/10/04 11 $912,405 +49% 2,226 $410   $24,021,700 16
2014/10/05 11 $488,825 -46% 2,226 $220   $24,510,525 17
2014/10/06 10 $179,090 -63% 2,226 $80   $24,689,615 18
2014/10/07 9 $257,050 +44% 2,226 $115   $24,946,665 19
2014/10/08 9 $200,220 -22% 2,226 $90   $25,146,885 20
2014/10/09 10 $167,250 -16% 2,226 $75   $25,314,135 21
2014/10/10 - $120,050 -28% 558 $215   $25,434,185 22
2014/10/11 - $170,190 +42% 558 $305   $25,604,375 23
2014/10/12 - $100,505 -41% 558 $180   $25,704,880 24
2014/10/13 - $56,025 -44% 558 $100   $25,760,905 25
2014/10/14 - $50,110 -11% 558 $90   $25,811,015 26
2014/10/15 - $42,100 -16% 558 $75   $25,853,115 27
2014/10/16 - $33,400 -21% 558 $60   $25,886,515 28
2014/10/17 - $30,020 -10% 158 $190   $25,916,535 29
2014/10/18 - $40,290 +34% 158 $255   $25,956,825 30
2014/10/19 - $20,540 -49% 158 $130   $25,977,365 31
2014/10/20 - $9,480 -54% 158 $60   $25,986,845 32
2014/10/21 - $11,865 +25% 158 $75   $25,998,710 33
2014/10/22 - $10,270 -13% 158 $65   $26,008,980 34
2014/10/23 - $8,705 -15% 158 $55   $26,017,685 35

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2014/09/19 2 $16,637,505   2,712 $6,135   $16,637,505 1
2014/09/26 5 $5,859,850 -65% 2,714 $2,159   $22,497,355 2
2014/10/03 11 $2,816,780 -52% 2,226 $1,265   $25,314,135 3
2014/10/10 20 $572,380 -80% 558 $1,026   $25,886,515 4
2014/10/17 41 $131,170 -77% 158 $830   $26,017,685 5

International Cumulative Box Office Records


Worldwide Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
1/18/20152164,416 164,416$2,998,948$2,998,9481
1/25/2015647,133-71% 211,549$938,889$3,937,8372
2/1/20151425,307-46% 236,856$505,128$4,442,9653

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
1/18/2015281,303 81,303$1,679,729$1,679,7291
1/25/2015724,173-70% 105,477$603,360$2,283,0892
2/1/20151412,319-49% 117,795$307,357$2,590,4463

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