Clearly, moviegoers are already getting into the Halloween spirit this weekend and the not-so-highly rated horror flick Ouija reigns supreme at the box office. After a highly contested weekend, the film about a group of high-schoolers, who get into trouble after an attempt to contact their dead friend checked in with $20 million. Meanwhile, the Keanu Reeves starrer John Wick (a Tom Cruise-style action flick, except with less plot) came out of nowhere to score second place with $14,1 million (stats according to Box Office Mojo).

Watch the Ouija trailer below... if you dare.

Fury, riding on favourable reviews and Brad Pitt-heavy marketing, ended up third, but it was a close race. The psychological war drama… thing checked in with $13 million. This brings Fury’s total to an impressive $46 million – not a great performance outside the winter season, but with a great fan approval rating (90% of fans liked it, according to Rotten Tomatoes) and great critical performance (77% “fresh”) it’s already gathering some early Oscar buzz.

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Brad Pitt is steadily advancing that tank towards Oscars 2015.

The rest of this week’s top five is mostly made up of last week’s leftovers. David Fincher's Gone Girl, starring Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike, is still performing well in its fourth week, earning $11.1 million on Friday, with cumulative earnings at $124 million. Finally, the beautiful animation The Book of Life came in fifth with $9,8 million in its second week, bringing its cume to $29,9 million.