Zombieland #1 At the Box Office: Makes Back Budget Opening Weekend!


Zombieland came out to insane hype and reviews from readers who got into early screenings and it has not really lost any of that hype. On Friday it brought in almost $10million and it finishes the weekend bringing in $25million.

The film was made for $26million so its safe to say that Zombieland has made back the investment and will now be a cash cow for the studio and producers who made it. To that I say good on them. When a studio makes an original movie that caters to us true genre fans and they make money.. it makes me happy. Zombieland started the weekend off by breaking into the Top 10 zombie Films List and landing at #2 bumping long time #2 film Shaun of the Dead.

With over 15 Zombieland Reviews now in it has settled a bit into what I consider is a VERY accurate spot. It now sits at #8 with an overall approval rating of 88% based on 15 reviews. As always submit your own reviews, have your say and be a part of the judgement. As it is Zombieland is a smash hit and one that this zombie fan truly loved. Below are the Top 10 Zombie films as of 5minutes ago taken from our site.

Dawn of the Dead #1. Dawn of the Dead
George Romero's 1978 follow-up to his classic Night of the Living Dead is quite terrifying and gory (those zombies do like the taste of living flesh). But in its own way, it is just as comically satiric as the first film in its ta...
96.32% Approval
(Based on 19 Reviews, Write one )
Shaun of the Dead #2. Shaun of the Dead
Shaun is in a rut. He’s 29 and coasting through life, never threatening to fulfil his potential. He lives with Ed (Good name! Er, Ed the Ed) his best friend from junior school and Pete, his lesser friend from college. Pete a...
92.14% Approval
(Based on 14 Reviews, Write one )
Night of the Living Dead #3. Night of the Living Dead
It's hard to imagine how shocking this film was when it first broke on the film scene in 1968. There's never been anything quite like it, though it's inspired numerous pale imitations. Part of the terror lies in the fact that this...
92% Approval
(Based on 20 Reviews, Write one )
The Return of the Living Dead #4. The Return of the Living Dead
Two employees of a medical supply company accidentally release a toxic gas that raises up the dead. Soon the town is overun with flesh-eating residents of the local cemetary who are hungry...for human brains. "Do ya wanna party?...
90.91% Approval
(Based on 11 Reviews, Write one )
Grindhouse #5. Grindhouse
Grind House – noun – A downtown movie theater - in disrepair since its glory days as a movie palace of the '30s and '40s - known for "grinding out" non-stop double-bill programs of B-movies. From groundbreaking direc...
90.83% Approval
(Based on 12 Reviews, Write one )
The Evil Dead #6. The Evil Dead
This auspicious feature debut from Sam Raimi — shot on 16mm in the woods of Tennesse for around $350,000 — secured the young director's cult status as a creative force to be reckoned with. The nominal plot in...
90% Approval
(Based on 12 Reviews, Write one )
Day of the Dead #7. Day of the Dead
The "walking dead" have taken over the world. Only a small band of scientists and soldiers are definitely known to remain, and they have taken refuge in an underground missile silo. The only hope for survival of the human race hin...
89.13% Approval
(Based on 23 Reviews, Write one )
Zombieland #8. Zombieland
Columbus (Jesse Eisenberg) has made a habit of running from what scares him. Tallahassee (Woody Harrelson) doesnt have fears. If he did, hed kick their ever-living ass. In a world overrun by zombies, these two are perfectly evol...
88% Approval
(Based on 15 Reviews, Write one )
Zombie #9. Zombie
In 1979, director Lucio Fulci set out to create a movie experience that would become the ultimate in flesh-eating terror. Fulci's film quickly became a worldwide sensation and more than two decades later remains one of the most gr...
87.69% Approval
(Based on 13 Reviews, Write one )
PontyPool #10. PontyPool
Film is getting a limited release through IFC. Helmed by renowned Director Bruce McDonald, PONTYPOOL marks the filmmaker’s first venture into the horror genre. The film is adapted from the novel “Pontypool Changes Ever...
87.5% Approval
(Based on 4 Reviews, Write one )

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