Amityville: The Awakening

Dimension Films

The Weinstein Company released the first movie following Harvey Weinstein's scandal this weekend.

Amityville: The Awakening was set to be released in 2015 but finally debuted in ten locations across the country on Saturday, two weeks after the haunted house sequel began streaming for free on Google Play.

Despite the film featuring names like Bella Thorne, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Jennifer Morrison and Cameron Monaghan and coming out just in time for Halloween, it grossed a minuscule $742 domestically, according to Box Office Mojo.

But Weinstein's scandal wasn't the only factor impacting such low numbers.

Not only was it shelved for two years, there was essentially no marketing put into the film's release and the stars did no press to promote it.

But this is far from the first flick to see such horrible numbers—even this year alone!

Charlie Hunnam's King Arthur: Legend of the Sword saw dismal numbers in May along with Scarlett Johansson's Ghost in the Shell, which was released in March.

Check out all the box office bombs over the years below:

 King Arthur: Legend of the Sword

Warner Bros. Pictures

Ghost In The Shell

Paramount Pictures

The BFG

Disney

Alice Through the Looking Glass

Walt Disney Pictures

Gods of Egypt

Summit Entertainment

Aloha

Columbia Pictures

The Good Dinosaur

Disney Pixar

Jem and the Holograms

Universal Pictures

Pan Movie

Warner Bros. Pictures

Man From U.N.C.L.E

Daniel Smith/Warner Bros.

Fantastic Four

20th Century Fox

Pixels

Columbia Pictures

Tomorrowland

Walt Disney Pictures

Jupiter Ascending

Warner Bros. Pictures

Blackhat

Universal Pictures

47 Ronin

Universal Pictures/Relativity Media

R.I.P.D.

Universal Pictures

The Lone Ranger

Walt Disney Pictures

Jack the Giant Slayer

Warner Bros. Pictures

John Carter

Walt Disney Pictures

Hugo

Paramount Pictures

Cowboys and Aliens

Universal Pictures

Mars Needs Moms

Walt Disney Pictures

Green Lantern

Warner Bros. Pictures

How Do You Know

Columbia Pictures

The Nutcracker in 3D

HCC Media Group

The Wolfman

Universal Pictures

Nine

The Weinstein Company

Speed Racer

Warner Bros. Pictures

Evan Almighty

Universal Pictures

Poseidon

Warner Bros. Pictures

XXX: State of the Union

Columbia Pictures

Sahara

Paramount Pictures

A Sound of Thunder

Warner Bros. Pictures

Stealth

Columbia Pictures

The Great Raid

Miramax Films

Catwoman

Warner Bros. Pictures

Around the World in 80 Days

Walt Disney Pictures

Alexander

Warner Bros. Pictures

The Alamo

Buena Vista Pictures

Gigli

Columbia Pictures

Windtalkers

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer

Treasure Planet

Walt Disney Animation Studios

The Adventures of Pluto Nash

Warner Bros.

Final Fantasy the Spirits Within

Columbia Pictures

Town and Country

New Line Cinema

Supernova

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer

Battlefield Earth

Warner Bros. Pictures

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