The Collection 2013

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A man who escapes from the vicious grips of the serial killer known as "The Collector" is blackmailed to rescue an innocent girl from the killer's booby-trapped warehouse.

Starring:
Josh Stewart,Emma Fitzpatrick
Runtime:
1 hour, 18 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Thriller, Horror
Director Marcus Dunstan
Starring Josh Stewart, Emma Fitzpatrick
Supporting actors Christopher McDonald, Randall Archer
Studio Entertainment One
BBFC rating Suitable for 18 years and over
Rental rights 48 hour viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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3.9 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By SamJones99 on 23 April 2013
Format: DVD
A dramatic Gorgy of splatter and horror, this splashy sequel ups the ante with a torture-fest that will delight anyone who likes to be battered by physical violence for the entire runtime of a movie. Low on subtle nuance obviously but rates highly in the constant screaming peril, sadism and prolonged and sustained torture of the innocent stakes. With no artistic merit to speak of, The Collection is just what a horror freak requires, a conveyer belt of imaginative nastiness, perpetrated by a kind of Jigsaw hopped up on goofballs. I loved this, it's vile, depraved and will offend right thinking people everywhere and do you know what? They kind of deserve it!

The Collection [DVD]
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By THE MOVIE GUY on 22 April 2013
Format: DVD
Elena (Emma Fitzpatrick ) is the daughter of a wealthy man. When she is taken captive by the Collector (Randall Archer) at a rave, her father (Christopher McDonald) hires a SWAT team to go get her. They employ the services of the reluctant Arkin (Josh Stewart)the only man who has ever escaped from him.

The Collector's warehouse is filled with booby traps. Plenty of blood and body parts. Light on "one on one" torture, relatively speaking. This movie simply goes through the motions. Let's put more killings in the feature and neglect a decent plot and characters. This is bordering on gore for sake of gore. If you are a big fan of "The Collector" and have been able to watch all "The Saw" movies without getting bored, you know you will watch this one too.

For me, one gadget killing after another is getting tiresome. Can we have a pause for drama and plot?

Parental Guide: F-bombs, brief nudity, no sex.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Bill HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on 25 Aug. 2014
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
A maniac mass killer kidnaps a millionaire's daughter and hides her in a huge abandoned warehouse, rigged with a number of lethal mantraps. The millionaire hires a team of menacing looking thugs to track down the killer and save his daughter. What follows then is the team's assault on the warehouse. The opening sequence, when the maniac slaughters a nightclub full of partygoers, must set some sort of splatterfest record. This film is like a bonkers fusion of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and the Saw franchise of movies, and comfortably matches both in the blood, torture and gore stakes. The masked maniac here is like a cross between Leatherface and Jigsaw, but with even more lunacy and bloodlust. The movie has no artistic pretensions or attempts at character or plot development, it is simply a non-stop orgy of unabashed horror with death by knife, gun, incendiary device and fire, and with even a few tarantulas and crazed dogs thrown into the mix. If you're a fan of the Saw movies, you'll love this. If you prefer more cerebral horror like Audition and Martyrs, you'll have had your fill of blood and guts after about half an hour of this film. The backing music is spot on, and the film clearly had a generous budget. The nagging question for me, was how could one killer by himself, have all the engineering and building knowledge, and the physical wherewithal,to construct dozens of giant boobytraps in a warehouse the size of a football pitch. If you can ignore that, then this an enjoyable rollercoaster ride of butchery and mayhem, which doesn't let up from the first minute to the last.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By K. Daniels on 21 April 2013
Format: DVD
The Collection is the goriest horror-thriller I have seen by a long shot! and I can't help but love it for that! Its horrifyingly gruesome, but keeps you hooked with morbid curiosity. Probably the best slasher film I've seen in a very long time.

The amount of people killed in this film is just crazy. The direction, music and gore make this a genuinely terrifying horror film.

I'd recommend this to ALL horror fans - it's a must see! - especially if you're a sucker for the Saw franchise like me.
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Format: DVD
I was very excited to see this, as I'd loved the mix of well-paced tension, morally ambiguous characters, and weirdly almost supernatural bad guy (check out those eyes) from The Collector. It doesn't disappoint.
The Collection does what any good sequel should and expands the ideas and mythology of the previous film into a bigger, richer-detailed movie. In fact (no spoilers here - this is all in the Trailer) it follows James Cameron's 'Aliens' mould almost exactly by having the hero unwillingly persuaded to return to the source of their trauma, accompanied by a group of armed professionals to take out the threat.
As you'd expect such hubris doesn't go as planned, and carnage ensues.
Josh Stewart returns as Arkin, as indeed does the entire team of writers and writer-director, giving the film a nice feel and style of continuity from the first. In fact, as a direct sequel, they could be stitched end to end.
Emma Fitzpatrick is intelligent, sweet and very good as the missing girl Arkin is forced into helping to rescue. Unusually for Hollywood they've given her the dignity of brains and some good scenes, and she's not just a plot-device to get Arkin back. The rest of the supporting cast vary from just 'good' to 'okay', but the numbers are small and they all give committed performances that are better than average slasher fodder, making it clear that the director wanted the tone to be taken seriously.
One notable change is that The Collector himself is played this time by Randall Archer (better known as a Stunt man) not the original's Juan Fernandez. Functionally this makes little difference, as you rarely glimpse any of the character without his trademark mask, and to his great credit Archer has clearly studied the body movement and mannerisms of his predecessor.
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