Lost in the shuffle of the disappointing box office returns for 'Warrior' over the weekend were the historically bad financials for indie horror film 'Creature.' The splatterhouse genre throwback earned the dishonor of having the fifth-worst wide-release opening of all time. On 1,507 screens -- seven more screens than the successful-by-comparison 'Bucky Larson' -- 'Creature' earned a mere $331,000. That breaks down to a ridiculously low per-screen average of 220. Dollars. (For reference, noted bomb 'Delgo' earned a flush $237 per-screen average when it was released in 2008.) Curious what items Bubble Distribution won't be able to purchase with the paltry 'Creature' per-screen sum this week? Moviefone lines up a brief inventory ahead.
1. An iSymphony 26-inch HD TV (current price at Amazon: $229.99)

2. A 16GB iPad (current price at Apple: $499)

3. A Breville Countertop Convection Oven (current price at Williams-Sonoma: $249.95)

4. One floor ticket for the 'Pixies' concert at the IMAC Theater in Huntington, N.Y., on Nov. 5. (current price on Stub Hub: $235.50)

5. A used Crate & Barrel table and chairs set on Craiglist (current price on Craiglist: $250)

6. One night at the Hotel El Convento in San Juan, Puerto Rico (current price on Hotels.com: $225)

7. 'The Kit Book for Soldiers, Sailors and Marines,' 1942, the first appearance of J.D. Salinger in book form (current price on Abe Books: $269)

8. Nike Zoom Alpha Talon iD football cleats (current price on Nike.com: $230)

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