Exactly. $900/screen, for a WEEKEND? Do the math. If they do 3 showings a day, that's an average of about 10 people at each showing. How long do you think a movie that draws 10 people on a Saturday night will last? Also, that site makes comparisons to Last House on the Left, I Spit on Your Grave, and Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer all as examples of unrated movies showing on the big screen, referring to them as "uphill battles". No argument there, and throw in the fact that all three of those movies were from when there were still independent theaters around. Now everything is a corporate chain. Just getting a major chain to release Hatchet 2 unrated was a pretty huge victory. Green should be happy he achieved that. Maybe if more people came to see the film, it would still be playing.