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Though Actuals Lower Than Sunday Estimates, Gomez, Hudgens, Franco and Bikini Combo Has Year's Highest Average

Gomez, Hudgens, Franco, guns and bikinis: Outstanding domestic debut Harmony Korine's crime flick Spring Breakers currently boasts the year's highest per-theater average. That's no small feat. As per final Us/Canada weekend box-office numbers published on the web site Box Office Mojo, this past weekend (March 15-17) the film raked in $263,002 at three locations (two in New York City, one in Los Angeles). That's down slightly from the studio's $270,000 estimate released on Sunday, but still enough to average a fantastic $87,667 per venue. (Pictured above: Gomez [scroll down for more on Gomez's box-office performance to date; pictured below: bad girls in bikinis in court.) One of the highest opening weekend per-theater averages ever Spring Breakers was down one spot on Box Office Mojo's post-1982 chart of opening-weekend per-theater averages. At #23, the movie is sandwiched between two Academy Award winners: Tom Hooper / Colin Firth's The King's Speech with $88,863 and Steven Spielberg / Daniel Day-Lewis' Lincoln with $85,846. Once inflation is factored in, Spring Breakers drops to the 52nd spot (down nine spots from yesterday's estimates), landing between Daniel Myrick
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Movie Review: Hansel & Gretel (2013)

Reviewed by Michael Juvinall, MoreHorror.com

Starring: Dee Wallace, Brent Lydic, Stephanie Greco, Clark Perry, and Adrian Bustamante

Written by: Jose Prendes

Directed by: Anthony C. Ferrante

Running time: 90 minutes

Rated: R (for language, violence)

The Asylum is at it again with their latest “Mockbuster”, Hansel & Gretel. Made for a fraction of the budget of that other Hollywood flick, this film follows a different path then the blockbuster version. Directed by Anthony C. Ferrante (Boo, Headless Horseman), his version follows more closely to the original Brothers Grimm dark fairy tale, only updated for today’s audience, while the other is a much looser adaptation of the story.

We have the two titular protagonists, Hansel Grimm (Brent Lydic) and Gretel Grimm (Stephanie Greco-The Haunting of Whaley House) as two young adults struggling with their small town lives. Hansel seems to be a slacker who plays video games all day with his
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