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The Collection (2012)

The Collection

Overview


Genre

Horror, Thriller

Release Date

November 30, 2012 (Limited)

MPAA Rating

R

Duration

81 min.

Production Budget

$10 millions

Studio

LD Entertainment

Official Site

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REVIEWS RATE:  Critics  Go! Watch this movie. You'll regret if not seeing it.    Readers  Be the 1st!

Cast and Crew


Director

Marcus Dunstan

Producer

Brett Forbes, Mickey Liddell, Jennifer Monroe, Julie Richardson, Patrick Rizzotti

Screenwriter

Marcus Dunstan, Patrick Melton

Starring

  • Josh Stewart
  • Emma Fitzpatrick
  • Christopher McDonald
  • Shannon Kane
  • Erin Way
  • Daniel Sharman
  • Johanna Braddy
  • Lee Tergesen

Story


When Elena's (Emma Fitzpatrick) friends take her to a secret party at an undisclosed location, she never imagined she would become the latest victim of The Collector, a psychopathic killer. The Collector kidnaps and transports her to an abandoned hotel he's transformed into his own private maze of torture and death. Upon learning of his daughter's disappearance, Elena's wealthy father (Christopher McDonald) hires a group of mercenaries to retrieve her from the vicious grips of The Collector. These mercenaries coerce Arkin (Josh Stewart), the only man to have escaped the wrath of this heinous monster, to lead them through the gruesome labyrinth. Now, Arkin finds himself fighting for his own life in order to save Elena.

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Poster of LD Entertainment's The Collection (2012)
Poster of LD Entertainment's The Collection (2012)

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REVIEWS BY CRITICS

“..features enough gratuitous carnage to satisfy hardcore horror fans, if few others..”
by Frank Scheck [Hollywood Reporter]
“..remarkably, the result manages to be both more preposterous and more efficient than its predecessor, with a couple of deaths occurring so swiftly they border on the subliminal..”
by Clark Collis [Entertainment Weekly]
“..an energetic but utterly weightless exercise in slice-and-dice cinema..”
by Geoff Berkshire [Variety]