The Collection

Overview

When the daughter of a wealthy entrepreneur is abducted by a serial killer known as The Collector, the young woman's desperate father hires a team of mercenaries to ensure her safe return in this bloody sequel to the shocking hit that had horror fans screaming for their lives. Elena Emma Fitzpatrick was attending a secret warehouse party when The Collector abducted her and locked her away in his own personal house of pain -- an abandoned hotel filled with deadly traps. When Elena's father Christopher McDonald ...
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Overview

When the daughter of a wealthy entrepreneur is abducted by a serial killer known as The Collector, the young woman's desperate father hires a team of mercenaries to ensure her safe return in this bloody sequel to the shocking hit that had horror fans screaming for their lives. Elena Emma Fitzpatrick was attending a secret warehouse party when The Collector abducted her and locked her away in his own personal house of pain -- an abandoned hotel filled with deadly traps. When Elena's father Christopher McDonald learns of his daughter's grim fate, he pays a team of heavily armed opportunists to come to her rescue. But in order to beat The Collector on his own home turf, they'll need the help of Arkin Josh Stewart -- the only man who has confronted the monster and lived to tell the tale. But even with Arkin calling the shots, there's no guarantee that anyone, including Elena, will survive the evil that dwells within The Collector's diabolical maze of doom.
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Special Features

Audio Commentary with Director/Writer Marcus Dunstan and Writer Patrick Melton; ; 5 Mini Featurettes; Alternate Scenes; Theatrical Trailer
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Editorial Reviews

All Movie Guide - Jeremy Wheeler
Great gobs of gore await audiences in The Collection, the truly outrageous follow-up to the 2009 wannabe horror-franchise starter The Collector from Saw alumni Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton. While the first film, inventive as it might have been, was marked by a bit too much sadism, the sequel is a step towards rousing action horror and away from the 2000s' trend of no-fun torture porn. The series' villain, one of the only new horror icons in recent years, racks up quite the hefty body count here -- the first 20 minutes alone stand as one of the best bloodbaths seen on the screen in quite some time. One thing is for sure: The Collection isn't brooding or trying to impress with social commentary. Instead, this is a giddy Grand Guignol-style horror flick for those looking for smoking bullet casings scattered across red pools of nightmare sauce. The picture opens with pixie-haired beauty Elena Emma Fitzpatrick heading out to an exclusive nightclub with her pals, where she finds Arkin Josh Stewart, a survivor from the first film, locked in a chest in a back room. Upon releasing him, she activates a series of traps that kill nearly everyone at the rave, and is soon swept up by the masked Collector as his newest acquisition. Arkin escapes, but is roped into leading a team of armed men into the madman's abandoned-hotel hideout in order to save Elena. It doesn't take long for the team to realize that the psychopath's lair has more in store for them than just a few traps. Echoing notorious Chicago serial killer H.H. Holmes, the Collector's hotel is a madhouse filled with engineered torture mechanisms that allow for a vast array of killing techniques. It helps that the sequel hearkens back to the Aliens mold of bigger and better, even going so far as to ape various roles from that film. While snobbish viewers might take their red pen to this particular homage, others just looking for a fast-paced study in amped-up violence will rejoice in the way the franchise's world has been opened up here. In the acting department, Fitzpatrick makes for a stunning new scream queen, while Stewart impresses with his unlikely -- and at times, cringe-inducing -- heroics. As if it weren't apparent before, the end-credits montage of every character's death scene à la Final Destination is proof that The Collection just wants you to have a good, gross time at the movies. While it's not everyone's cup of joe, those who like their comedy black and their blood red should be satisfied with every wild scene that Dunstan and Melton have collected here.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/26/2013
  • UPC: 031398166481
  • Original Release: 2012
  • Rating:

  • Source: Lions Gate
  • Region Code: A
  • Presentation: Wide Screen / Subtitled
  • Sound: DTS 5.1-Channel Surround Sound
  • Time: 1:22:00
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Sales rank: 32,218

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Emma Fitzpatrick Elena
Josh Stewart Arkin
Christopher McDonald Elena's Father, Mr. Peters
Lee Tergesen , Lucello
Navi Rawat Lisa
Johanna E. Braddy Missy Solomon
Daniel Sharman Basil
Randall Archer The Collector
Andre Royo Wally
Erin Way Abby
Brandon Molale Lin
Justin Mortelliti Zack
Shannon Kane Paz
William Peltz Brian
Eaddy Mays Lynn
Tim Griffin Dre
Michael Nardelli Josh
Robert Pralgo Doctor
Mel Fair Male TV Reporter
Anne Marie Howard Female Reporter
Tracy Kay Pink
Massi Furlan Cop at the Hospital
Valeri Rogers Dancer
Elizabeth Davidovich Raver
Courtney Lauren Cummings Young Elena
Arlon Reston Lisa
Tabitha Minchew Club Victim
Michael H. Cole Older Man
Jilian McLendon Rave Dancer
Brian Hite Raver Couple
David Fritsch S.W.A.T Team Member
Laura Marion Cheryl
Technical Credits
Marcus Dunstan Director, Screenwriter
Tineka Becker Casting
Charlie Clouser Score Composer
Brett Forbes Producer
Kevin Greutert Editor
Tricia Holloway Musical Direction/Supervision
Mickey Liddell Producer
Christopher Lockhart Co-producer
Tom Luse Executive Producer
Sam McCurdy Cinematographer
Patrick Melton Screenwriter
Joseph Middleton Casting
Jennifer Hilton Monroe Producer
Julie Richardson Producer
Patrick Rizzotti Producer
Pete Shilaimon Executive Producer
Mark Stevens Editor
Josh Stewart Co-producer
Gary J. Tunnicliffe Makeup Special Effects
Todd Ulman Co-producer
Graham "Grace" Walker Production Designer
Eulyn Womble Costumes/Costume Designer
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