Right before Halloween, we see the release of teen horror film Ouija taking the top spot. Based on the supposedly supernatural spirit board, the film sees a teenage girl attempting to communicate with her deceased sister through the game. Ouija managed to stave off the immortal spirit of The One and only Keanu Reeves, who returns to the big screen as hitman John Wick. Despite its incredible critical response, John Wick didn't pull in enough viewers to take the top spot. Though in its defense, most teenage horror movies score solid opening weekends, only to quickly drop out of the box office race. Coming in third is last week's top film, Fury, starring Brad Pitt as the American commander of a five-man tank that's fighting in Nazi Germany during the final weeks of World War II. David Fincher's Gone Girl starring Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike remains in the top 5 for the 4th week in a row, bringing its domestic total up to $125 million. In fifth place is the gorgeously animated Dia de los Muertos film The Book of Life, which adds another $10 million to its box office gross. All in all, it was a fairly quiet week at the box office, and next week doesn't look much more promising with only Nightcrawler and a 10-year-anniversay re-release of Saw being added to theaters.