The film, which stars Daniel Radcliffe as a grieving widower who finds himself under siege by a mysterious ghost, has spent three consecutive weeks at number one in the UK box office, making a total of £14.6 million ($23.2m) in ticket sales thus far.
The Woman in Black has now surpassed other horror movies like The Others, Shaun of the Dead, Bram Stoker's Dracula and Interview with the Vampire.
The Hammer picture has also earned more than $50m in the US after 25 days on release.
Simon Oakes, President and CEO of Hammer and Vice Chairman of Exclusive Media, said: "The record-breaking success of The Woman in Black is an important achievement that affirms the re-birth of Hammer.
"We are continuing to develop exciting and intelligent genre films this year such as The Quiet Ones and Gaslight, both of which will shoot in the UK."
Of the success of the film, Radcliffe previously said: "[This movie is] important, but it's not the be-all and end-all, that's the thing."
The film is Radcliffe's first lead role since finishing the Harry Potter series. He recently signed on to star as Allen Ginsberg in the upcoming mystery Kill Your Darlings.
The Woman in Black is currently in theatres.
Watch the trailer for The Woman in Black below: