Netflix Romance Holidate wins Halloween

Netflix Romance Holidate wins Halloween
Netflix Romance Holidate wins Halloween
Despite the plethora of horror and other genre releases that hit home platforms this week, the romance “After We Collided” ranked best on the VOD charts that weekend. It was # 1 on both Apple TV and Google Play, both of which ranked by transactions.

Unhinged is # 1 on FandangoNow based on revenue, giving premium VOD titles like this $ 19.99 listing a benefit. Cable giant Spectrum is still showing the “An Imperfect Murder” mystery starring Alec Baldwin, which has little action elsewhere.

Late in the charts, “The Craft: Legacy” by Blumhouse Prods. and indie director Zoe Lister-Jones did well at $ 19.99. It probably missed the top spot on FandangoNow because its weekly chart covered four days before it was released on Friday but was still in second place there. Despite the higher cost, it’s number 3 on Apple TV and Google Play.

As the evolving strategies related to VoD releases evolve, this week’s rankings show different paths to success. Despite the sequel, “After We Collided” decided for a price of 6.99 US dollars. The results are positive with a strong two week result. Meanwhile, Unhinged, which isn’t available on all platforms (including Apple TV), has been able to keep interest in PVOD going with a boost from its theatrical release.

“The Craft: Legacy” has the advantage of continuing interest as well as the Halloween connection. It’s in the sweet spot of the home market: franchise familiarity, timeliness, a low budget, and a $ 19.99 outlook.

Paramount tried the same route with the original “Magic”. Set within an Appalachian Hoodoo Community. It continues the studio’s recent flight to VOD in various forms. At 19.99 US dollars, “Love & Monsters” had a few weeks of success. “Spell” has an unusual price of $ 9.99 and is less attractive than “The Craft”. It ranked on all charts except for the early deadline spectrum.

The best library titles match the clicks in theaters. “Beetlejuice” took second place on Apple TV and Google Play, while it came 11th in relatively few cinemas. “Hocus Pocus,” the standout play, and the “Halloween” remake of 2018 both made multiple charts.



Netflix is ​​an original this week. So much so that “Rebecca”, who has only been out a little over a week, is no longer in the top 10 because “The Trial of the Chicago 7” is long over. Zooming in on “Holidate,” their romance about a couple faking a relationship to ease a year of vacation anxiety. The film, starring Emma Roberts, is strong enough to beat her miniseries “The Queen’s Gambit” despite its sky-high response. Also new this week in second place is “Rogue City”, a French policeman based in Marseille, produced by the BBC but taken over by Netflix. His House, a horror film about a Sudanese family fighting evil in their new English town, is number 3. Last but not least, the platform finds an answer to a wide range of genres and national original releases.

Apple TV

Ordered by number of transactions, starting Monday November 2nd

1. After we collided (Briarcliff) – 6,99 USD

2. Beetle juice (Warner Bros.) – $ 3.99

3. The craft: legacy (Sony) – 19,99 USD

4th World War Z. (uncut) (Paramount) – $ 2.99

5. Halloween (2018) (Universal) – 3,99 USD

6. Magic (Paramount) – 9,99 USD

7. Hocus focus (Disney) – 3,99 USD

8. card (Cloudburst) – 3,99 USD

9. Sonic the Hedgehog (Paramount) – 0,99 USD

10. Halloween (1978) (Compass) – $ 3.99


According to revenue accrued, not transactions, for October 26th through November 2nd

1. Nothing (Sonnenwende) – 19,99 $

2. The craft: legacy (Sony) – 19,99 USD

3. After we collided (Briarcliffe) – 6,99 USD

4. Magic (Paramount) – 9,99 USD

5. Love and monsters (Paramount) – 19,99 USD

6. Mulan (Disney) – 29,99 USD

7th peninsula (Well Go USA) – 12,99 USD

8. The call (Cinedigm) – 6,99 USD

9. Antebellum (Lionsgate) – 19,99 USD

10. Halloween (2018) (Universal) – 3,99 USD


Valued on transactions between October 23-29; All prices $ 6.99 unless otherwise noted

1. An imperfect murder (Quiver)

2. Love and monsters (Paramount) – 19,99 USD

3. After we collided (Briarcliffe)

4. Happy Halloween: Scooby Doo! (Warner Bros.)

5. Ava (Vertical)

6. Friendsgiving (Saban))

7. Ghostbusters (1984) (Sony)

8. The secret: dare to dream (Gravitas Ventures)

9. Then you came (Vertical)

10. The secrets we keep (Bleecker Strasse)

Google Play

Ordered by number of transactions, with the daily position starting Monday November 2nd

1. After we collided (Briarcliffe) – 6,99 USD

2. Beetle juice (Warner Bros.) – $ 3.99

3. The craft: legacy (Sony) – 19,99 USD

4. Halloween (2018) – 3,99 USD

5. Hocus focus (Disney) – 3,99 USD

6. Sonic the Hedgehog (Paramount) – 0,99 USD

7. Love and monsters (Paramount) – 19,99 USD

8. Trump card (Cloudburst) – 3,99 USD

9. Magic (Paramount) – 9,99 USD

10. Nothing (Sonnenwende) – 19,99 $


Most viewed, current ranking from Monday, November 2nd

1. Holidate (2020 Netflix Original)

2. Rogue City (2020 Netflix French Original)

3. His house (2020 Netflix UK Original)

4. The secret of the Saqqara tomb (2020 Netflix Originaldokumentation)

5. Over the moon (2020 Netflix Animated Original)

6. Hubie Halloween (2020 Netflix Original)

7. Knock Knock (Theatrical release 2015)

8. Der Grinch (Theatrical release 2018)

9. Nobody sleeps in the woods tonight (2020 Polish Netflix Original)

10. ParaNorman (Theatrical release 2012)

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