The Collection Director Marcus Dunstan's 2009 film The Collector was a preposterous but efficient slasher flick in which Josh Stewart's winningly mutt-faced ex-con, Arkin, attempted, without a… The Collection Director Marcus Dunstan's 2009 film The Collector was a preposterous but efficient slasher flick in which Josh Stewart's winningly mutt-faced ex-con, Arkin, attempted, without a… 2012-11-30 R PT82M Horror Christopher McDonald Josh Stewart Lee Tergesen LD Entertainment
Movie Review

The Collection (2012)

MPAA Rating: R
COLLECTION TIME Josh Stewart once again faces off against his old nemesis, The Masked Psycho
COLLECTION TIME Josh Stewart once again faces off against his old nemesis, The Masked Psycho
EW's GRADE
B-

Details Release Date: Nov 30, 2012; Rated: R; Length: 82 Minutes; Genre: Horror; With: Christopher McDonald, Josh Stewart and Lee Tergesen; Distributor: LD Entertainment

Director Marcus Dunstan's 2009 film The Collector was a preposterous but efficient slasher flick in which Josh Stewart's winningly mutt-faced ex-con, Arkin, attempted, without a whole lot of success, to save the family he was burglarizing from the murderous attentions of a masked psycho. The Collection, also from Dunstan, finds Arkin again facing off against the torture-obsessed maniac. This time he's trying to rescue a damsel in distress from the killer's demented clutches. 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. The good news (or the bad, depending on your level of tolerance for this kind of gore-drenched malarkey)? All the important slayings get shown again over the closing credits. B-
Originally posted Nov 28, 2012
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