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Skinamarink Box Office Brings in 60 Times the Horror Film’s Budget




Analog horror movie Skinamarink has made 60 times its budget since its release in theaters on January 13. Skinamarink, which is Kyle Edward Ball’s directorial debut, has made $890,000 at the box office, Uproxx reports. The movie follows the experience of two young children after they find themselves alone in their home without their parents.

Skinamarink’s $890,000 profit may seem like nothing compared to the almost $2 billion of Avatar: The Way of Water and other top-grossing box office movies, but the $890,000 is being celebrated because it is 60 times the worth of the movie’s $15,000 budget. Being an experimental movie, the horror film was filmed in the director’s childhood home in Edmonton, Canada, and even the scenes with toys were his.

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