‘Sorria’ Surpasses ‘Panic’ and ‘The Black Telephone’ to Become GREATEST Horror of the Year



HIT! After another solid week at the box office, “Sorria” has reached $166.2 million worldwide, making it the BIGGEST horror movie of the year.

In less than a month, the Paramount Pictures original feature managed to surpass the box office totals of “Scream” ($140 million) and “The Black Phone” ($159.5 million).

In the United States, the film earned $84.3 million. In the international market, it was $81.9 million.

It’s worth remembering that production was down ONLY -18.3% in the second weekend, which is the second highest retention in history for a horror movie – only behind “Get Out “, which saw a -17% drop in its second weekend. in 2017.

With a budget of just $17 million, horror can already be considered another hit in the genre and, perhaps, the start of a new blockbuster franchise.

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Review | ‘Sorria’ explores trauma with an ambitious and dissonant narrative

Parker Finn is in charge of directing and writing.

After witnessing a traumatic incident involving a patient, Dr. Rose Cotter begins to be haunted by supernatural occurrences she cannot explain. Soon, she must confront her troubled past in order to survive and escape her grim new reality.

The cast includes Sosie Bacon, Kyle Gallner, Rob Morgan, Jessie T. Usher and Caitlin Stasey.

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