UK Box Office Report [Oct. 30 - Nov. 1]
Welcome to the UK Box Office Report for the weekend of Oct. 30 - Nov. 1
The following Top 5 list is determined by a films sterling gross at UK Cinemas between Friday and Sunday for this week.
(Also included are: The Films rank in the previous week, the number of weeks it has been showing as well as its total taking since its UK release)
 Spectre - £41,299,090 (New Release)
 Hotel Transylvania 2 - £2,417,940 (3rd Week - Total: £16,027,267)
 Pan - £790,332 (3rd Week - Total: £7,165,126)
 Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension - £704,814 (2nd Week - Total: £2,957,877)
 Suffragette - £594,930 (3rd Week - Total: £7,447,800)
As the list shows, Mr Bond dominated the Box Office in SPECTREacular fashion this week with the largest UK Opening in the history of UK Cinema.
Hotel Transylvania slipped to 2nd place but actually took approximately £200,000 more this week (most likely due to the recent Half-Time break for the kids). The Vampires did manage to beat the Lost Boys in the 'Family Film Wars' as Pan dropped by 35% but still manage to climb 3 places in the rankings to 3rd.
Elsewhere, this years installment of the 'Paranormal Activity' franchise fell from 3rd to 4th place in the rankings by taking 52% less than its previous week. Seems as though the jumpscares are wearing thin with this one.
Rounding off the Top 5 is Suffragette which falls from 4th to 5th in the rankings this week taking a 56% drop on last weeks figures although still going strong into its 4th week.
Dropping out of the Top 5 this week were Ridley Scott's 'The Martian' which fell 6 places to 6th and 'The Last Witch Hunter' which dropped from 5th to 7th.
After the performance of Spectre at the Box Office this week, we here at The Digital Fix expect 007 to sit pretty at the top of the rankings for many weeks to come.
Be sure to check out our reviews for Spectre, Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension and Suffragette.