According to The Hollywood Reporter, Dawn of the Dead sold more than 2 million combined DVD and VHS units during its first week in release and was the nation's best-selling DVD for the week ending October 31st, according to industry sources.

The remake of George A. Romero's 1978 classic horror film got off to a brisk start, selling more than 1 million combined DVD and VHS units to zombiephiles nationwide during its first day in release Oct. 26, sources said. Director Zack Snyder's remake also did well at the rental counter, generating about $5 million-plus in gross consumer spending during the same frame, according to Video Store magazine.

The nation's top rental choice was White Chicks, generating about $10.55 million in consumer rental spending during its first five days in release.