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108 minutes (1 hours 48 minutes)
29th October

Directed by

John Carpenter


James Woods
Daniel Baldwin
Sheryl Lee
Thomas Ian Griffith
Maximilian Schell
Tim Guinee
Mark Boone Junior
Gregory Sierra
Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa
Thomas Rosales Jr.
Henry Kingi
David Rowden
Clarke Coleman
Mark Sivertsen
John Furlong
Angelina Torres
Jimmy Ortega
Gilbert Rosales
Danielle Burgio
Laura Cordova
Troy Robinson
Anita Hart
John Casino
Chad Stahelski
Steve Blalock
Marjean Holden
Cris Thomas-Palomino
Julia McFerrin
Lori Dillen
Jake Walker
Michael Huddleston
Todd Anderson
Luce Rains
Dennis E. Garber
Robert Lewis Bush
Frank Darabont
Mona García
Candice Kirkiles
Neva Lucero
Helen Moreno
Janice Richmond
Juanita Romano
Ann Romero
Elisa Valdez
April Winters
Lex Lang
James Pollard

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UK BBFC Certificate: 18
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Highest chart position: 7

Weeks on box office: 3

UK Box Office Chart History
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6th November 2014

Despite it being Halloween new horror film Ouija could not make it's way to the top of the UK box office and instead the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles went back to the top in their third week of release.

Taking nearly £1.5 million for the weekend the Turtles have now spent 3 weeks on release and have taken a total of £11.7 million. The return of the Turtles for a new generation has been a massive success and has so far taken $434.5 million across the world.

Highest new film this week is Ouija which has taken £1.4 million, arguably because of the Halloween weekend and people looking for a fright, the film could disappear quite quickly.

Last weeks top film, Fury, falls to number 3 this week with £1.2 million. It was in reality a very tight top 3 this week with only about £200,000 separating the top films.

Historical charts

A year ago
Thor: The Dark World took the top spot on it's opening weekend knocking Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 into the runner up spot.

Five years ago
In the wake of his death the documentary about Michael Jacksons concerts that never happend This Is It took the top spot knocking Pixars Up down the two.

Ten years ago
Shark Tale hung onto the top spot for a second week with the highest new film coming in at 4 in the shape of Finding Neverland.

Fifteen years ago
Halloween took the box office by storm with The Blair Witch Project climbing to the top spot on it's second week of release, the highest new film was Vampires right down in seventh place.