Rob Zombie's new version of Halloween made over $31 million at the box office over the holiday weekend, making it the top-selling Labor Day film of all time, and helping the summer box office set a record, up over 11% from the same time frame last year, and 8% over the previous record holder, the summer of 2004.
Now, the 'prestige' season begins, as 3:10 To Yuma and Shoot 'Em Up open this weekend. Of course, the way these statistics are ever-expanding means that the 'holiday season' should begin next Thursday. Start getting those lights hung, kids! Santa's on his way!
SCI-FI Wire: Halloween Gets Labor Day Treats