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Christian Slater in Playback

What Movie Made Only $264 at the Box Office in 2012?

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Christian Slater in Playback

Oh my god! This movie is only making $264 at the box office!

Apparently, the lowest grossing movie of 2012 was the Christian Slater film, “Playback.”  The movie had an estimated budget of $7.5 million and made a grand total of $264 at the box office. Did you see it?

The horror movie follows a group of high school students who dig into their town’s infamous past and unwittingly unlock an Evil that corrupts and destroys them. Possessing its victims through video playback and using them for malevolent purposes, it closes in on one specific soul, threatening to expose the town’s deepest, darkest secret.

Directed by Michael Nickles, the Magnet Releasing film also stars Johnny Pacar, Toby Hemingway, Ambyr Childers and Jennifer Missoni.

K. L. Connie Wang is a member of the Television Critics Association. She has been published in The Orlando Sentinel, Campus Circle and Latina Bride magazine as well as on such web sites as Parade Magazine, TV Fodder, and The Travel Channel.

An avid reader, Connie is a huge fan of monthly serial romance novels and Craig Johnson’s Walt Longmire series.

Other interests include shopping (especially when it comes to finding the best bargain!), food (eating, cooking, watching food shows, and eating again), books, online gaming, and traveling when her income affords it.

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K.L. Connie Wang has written posts on Reel Life With Jane.


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One comment

  1. Melanie Votaw

    Ouch! I feel bad for Slater.

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