Vudu and Fandango NOW’s Top Titles of the Week Were Thrillers, Plus What’s Coming in November

Last week’s top ten list mainly consisted of horrors, thrillers, and spooky-themed titles, which is no surprise given it was Halloween week. Vudu’s list was lead by this year’s supernatural thriller The Craft: Legacy about teenage witches, followed by After we Collided and Unhinged.

Fandango Now had the same top three leading its list, just in a different order with Russell Crowe’s action thriller Unhinged at No.1, followed by The Craft: Legacy and After We Collided in spots 2 and 3.

Vudu’s top ten titles for the past week (Monday through Sunday), in terms of revenue, are as follows: 

  1. The Craft: Legacy
  2. After We Collided
  3. Unhinged
  4. Love and Monsters
  5. Spell
  6. Beetlejuice
  7. Mulan
  8. Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula
  9. Halloween (1978)
  10. Hocus Pocus

FandangoNOW’s top ten titles for the past week (Monday through Sunday), in terms of revenue, are as follows:

  1. Unhinged
  2. The Craft: Legacy
  3. After We Collided
  4. Spell
  5. Love and Monsters
  6. Mulan
  7. Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula
  8. The Call
  9. Antebellum
  10. Halloween (1978)


November 3

Possessor: Uncut (Andrea Riseborough)

Shuttlecock (Lambert Wilson)

November 6

The Informer (Joel Kinnaman)

Proxima (Eva Green)

Battle of the Bulge: Winter War (Tom Berenger)

November 10

Jungleland (Charlie Hunnam)

Broken Hearts Gallery (Geraldine Viswanathan)

A Rainy Day in New York (Timothee Chalamet)

Words on Bathroom Walls (Charlie Plummer)

November 13

Come Away (David Oyelowo, Angelina Jolie)

Echo Boomers (Michael Shannon)

Chick Fight (Bella Thorne)

November 17

The New Mutants (Anya Taylor-Joy)

The Personal History of David Copperfield (Dev Patel)

Dreamland (Margot Robbie)

Fatman (Mel Gibson)

November 20 

Jiu Jitsu (Nicolas Cage)

Iron Mask (Jackie Chan, Arnold Schwarzenegger)

November 24

Buddy Games (Josh Duhamel, Olivia Munn)

Girl (Bella Thorne, Mickey Rourke)

November 27

Princess of the Row (Edi Gathegi, Martin Sheen)

Zappa (doc directed by Alex Winter)