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As expected, Halloween held onto the box office top spot for the last weekend before the holiday that it shares its name with, but it came with a price. With a take of 32 million, Halloween shed almost 60% of its take from last week. It was enough to stave off both the other veterans of the box office as well as the newcomer Hunter Killer which opened at a measly 6.7 million and in fifth place. Perhaps it's time for Gerard Butler to stop?
The top four did not change at all from last week with A Star is Born holding steady at second place, Venom keeping its claws in at third and Goosebumps 2 defying our own Drew Stuart and recouping its shooting budget in its fourth week.