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‘Silent Hill’ thrills to $20 mil

“Silent Hill” pushed “Scary Movie 4” out of first place with a $20.2 million bow, but Universal was the studio left frightened after “American Dreamz” opened to just $3.7 million. Sony Tristar’s videogame adaptation had a solid bow in line with the year’s other youth-skewing horror pics such as “When a Stranger Calls” and “Hostel.”

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    “Silent Hill” pushed “Scary Movie 4” out of first place with a $20.2 million bow, but Universal was the studio left frightened after “American Dreamz” opened to just $3.7 million. Sony Tristar’s videogame adaptation had a solid bow in line with the year’s other youth-skewing horror pics such as “When a Stranger Calls” and “Hostel.”

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