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Blu-ray Sales, Feb. 1-7: Zombieland Makes a Killing

Posted February 11, 2010 03:19 AM by Juan Calonge

Blu-ray MoviesThe horror comedy Zombieland was the top-selling title on Blu-ray during the week ended February 7, according to data from Nielsen VideoScan First Alert. The previous week's number one, Michael Jackson's This is It, dropped to second place. Meanwhile, the martial arts movie Ong Bak 2: The Beginning managed a record 43% Blu-ray market share.

Top ten
  1. Zombieland
  2. (1) Michael Jackson's This is It
  3. Planet Hulk
  4. (7) The Hurt Locker
  5. (2) Surrogates
  6. Ong Bak 2: The Beginning
  7. (6) Up
  8. (10) Inglourious Basterds
  9. (5) Star Trek
  10. (4) The Hangover
Blu-ray market share for new releases Correction: Home Media Magazine erroneously lists Food, Inc as a new release, when it actually was released in November 2009. We apologize for the error and thank "Joe Molotov" for pointing it out.

Overall sales figures

Blu-ray disc revenue: $21.56 million (up 95.98% from the same week last year)
Packaged media sales revenue: $188.39 million (down 7.13% from the same week last year)
Blu-ray revenue share: 11.4%


Source: Home Media Magazine | Permalink | United States [Country settings]

News comments (20 comments)



The New Fury
  Feb 11, 2010
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Zombieland FTFW!

Sampinto05
  Feb 11, 2010
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I'm glad that zombie land did well and I'm proud of owning Ong bak 1,2 the first day. Great movies and action.
AznDreamer
  Feb 11, 2010
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werd! I got all three on the same release date. Not to mention either I got the last NUSU edition or there was about ONE left. Eh, anyway, they are all great movies. But wow Planet Hulk did that well for a cartoon? Meh, I will wait for that to go down.

nazdar
  Feb 11, 2010
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Zombieland cut a notch in the post

Ong Bak has legs
Dicmatic
  Feb 11, 2010
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I rented Zombieland, Ong Bak 2, and Michael Jackson and enjoyed all of them!...

SellmeyourDVD
  Feb 11, 2010
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Awww snap.... Food inc IS BLOWING UP THE BLU RAY CHARTS with that 1%

Minimejer05
  Feb 11, 2010
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Decent week.

rmainhammer
  Feb 11, 2010
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This might be indicative of the notion that documentaries aren't worth the upgrade to Blu...THEY ARE, believe it!
Joe Molotov
  Feb 11, 2010
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Food Inc. has been out for a while, I don't know why they're listing it with the new releases.

bluflu
  Feb 11, 2010
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Must be some mistake with Food Inc. as it been out since November. I've been looking for the Blu-ray but haven't been able to find it locally. Amazon until recently has been out of stock and is charging twice the price of the $10 DVD. The DVD was recommended by Oprah so I bet that's helping DVDs.
Daytripper
  Feb 11, 2010
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"Zombieland" is the funniest movie of 2009, period. Not that p.o.s. "The Hangover".

Also, while "Food Inc" is a powerful and very important film, why on earth would anyone buy a movie like this on Blu-Ray!? Who cares if it's in high definition. It's a documentary. And filmed with what looks like a 8MM camera.

RippdBD10101
  Feb 11, 2010
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Hang in there Basterds!

bluflu
  Feb 11, 2010
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Yeah, what Joe Molotov said. :-)

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Dragon Lee
  Feb 11, 2010
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I'm glad Ong-Bak 2 did well. Proves that there's a potentially bigger market for Asian action flicks.

nincollector
  Feb 11, 2010
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A bit of a shame, that the "Gangs of New York" [Remastered Edition] is not in top sales chart. The imrpovements are massive, the movie is a strong one, I hope it makes out great sales over the first 3 months of sales, at least.
DCG538
  Feb 11, 2010
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I can't get my ong bak 2 to playback anymore... After the first viewing when I pop it in my samsung bd player it freezes before ever getting to the menus! I exchanged it already but same problem I can't even watch the new disc at all! I think it's something to do with magnolia/ magnet releases... Because I've tried everything, played all my other bd's even another magnolia release. I don't get it ! Anyone else experience this? Once it freezes there's nothing that can be done and I can't return it since it's opened! Help!

BLURAYSONYES
  Feb 11, 2010
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DCG538,

you probably need a firmware upgrade to fix this problem.
DCG538
  Feb 11, 2010
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10-4 I did that just now

SJD
  Feb 11, 2010
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Up 95% from last year, Go Blu-ray!

t0nythebeat
  Feb 12, 2010
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Its sad to see "Amelia" & "Love Happens" get no blu love. Yeah both films tendered towards woman but the studios don't push these well enough. Not to mention no first week incentive prices.


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