Jason Blum: How Horror Movies Became a Money Making Machine (Blumhouse)

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You’ve got an idea for a movie, right? Everyone does: some story you’d like to capture on film. But if you looked at movies as a pure investment, where the only thing you cared about was making money, then what kind of movie would you make?

Well, it turns out there is only one sensible answer: horror.

Today, we’re going to look at an American production house called Blumhouse, who have produced some of the highest grossing horror films of all time. We’ll compare their model to that of other, non-horror studios and see why their genre has such a shocking return on investment.

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movie trivia . 2018-03-31
Blumhouse is best studio since miramax in 90s. Maybe lionsgates peak.
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Ry Man . 2017-12-21
OK Alex, you've convinced me. Let's make a movie... :)
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cheezeninja . 2017-12-21
Marvel movies sell toys, horror movies don't. When was the last time you saw an 'IT" branded Lego set? The toys, video game, and merchandising rights for Marvel movies bring in more money than the movies themselves by an order of magnitude.
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Manu Barrio Linares . 2017-12-20
02:03 Money shown is Pesos Argentinos, why??
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Jim Bob . 2017-11-13
What do you do when horror movies no longer make you scared? I love em but the resentment towards them is also growing, fast.
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Malice1111 . 2017-11-13
The thing is that the Disney machine could care less how much money their movie makes past a billion dollars. They'll make their cash in all the things that come out of the brand like toys merch and soon their streaming platform.
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Zia Lari . 2017-11-13
Great, Totally agree
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Timefliesbye . 2017-11-13
Horror needs people, make up and good camera work. That's all. The budgets are under the 10 million dollars meaning profits are astronomical.
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Dan C . 2017-11-13
I really like your video, the editing was really well done, try investing in a better microphone if you can.
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Brick Tamland . 2017-11-13
what if blumhouse is just cooking their books.
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Thibault Serlet . 2017-11-13
You lied and never linked to your video about rotten tomatoes
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Jimby Sisto . 2017-11-13
You pronounce 'George' and 'Mcavoy' oddly. That's all.
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poorboy1225 . 2017-11-13
I'd like to see the profits from merch, toys and products licensed by Marvel added to those numbers.
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Nick Arroyo . 2017-11-13
lol it's just "George" Melies, not "Jorge"- he was an early French director/actor/auteur
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John Helf . 2017-11-13
The mass audiences typically want to go the theater to turn off their brains and experience something with a group of people. For horror movies, they only have one main expectation, which is to be scared, which gives a creative freedom to the directors and screenwriters. Also, typically, being scared does not require a huge budget, so its easy for inexpensive movies to make a big profit.
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Kannan Chandra . 2017-11-13
Great video!
Small feedback about the visuals: The constant changing visuals that literally represent each word you're saying got a bit distracting. As an example, the 30 seconds following the 4 minute mark had a lot of really short clips that didn't do much more than literally show "rule of thumb" or "small market". Would have been better to have a more relevant clip that was shown longer (a budget breakdown, or something like that). Just a small nit. Really useful video!
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Kasper Bøttger . 2017-11-13
Nice video. What tune plays in the end?
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Michael James Slattery . 2017-11-10
So should we look for a horror movie coming soon from Alex?
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aquul . 2017-11-10
Great insights here. I also feel like I'd be more likely to see a horror in the movie theatre than any other genre too.

Watching a horror movie on a small laptop screen from home just isn't the same. Though for a comedy or action it often suffices.
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CleverSmart123 . 2017-11-10
I really like this type of segment! Well done!!
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