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The Collector DVD Release in April?!?

Now mind you this is just rumor for now, but if proven true, it will probably be one of the longest theatrical to DVD transitions ever.

VideoETA, which is usually pretty reliable, reports that The Collector is supposedly scheduled for home video release many months from now. April 2010 to be exact. Guess we will see what happens, but still … wow.

Co-written by Marcus Dunstan and his Feast and Saw IV thru VI collaborator Patrick Melton, The Collector was produced by Fortress Features’ Brett Forbes and Patrick Rizzotti and Imaginarium Entertainment Group’s Julie Richardson and stars Josh Stewart (The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Criminal Minds) as “handyman and ex-con Arkin (according to Liddell Ent.’s pr), who aims to repay a debt to his ex-wife by robbing his new employer’s country home. Unfortunately for Arkin, a far worse enemy has already laid claim to the property – and the family. As the seconds tick down to midnight, Arkin becomes a reluctant hero trapped by a masked ‘Collector’ in a maze of lethal invention – the Spanish Inquisition as imagined by Rube Goldberg – while trying to rescue the very family he came to rob.”

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  • fceurich39

    blu-ray and dvdaf website says dvd and blu-ray is coming april 6th from vivendi entertainment all i can say is finally

  • kiddcapone

    I tried to block all memory of this piece of garbage. It shouldn’t even receive a DVD release. As a matter of fact, if I did remember it, it would have easily been in my top 3 worst films of the decade list.

  • LifeMi

    I wish I had forgot about this movie. Easily one of the worst of 2009; I’ll take any of the Saw films over this shitty film.

  • Beaverking

    Damn, I totally forgot about this movie. Thanks for the heads up, and yeah, the only movies that take longer are christmas movies. Almost an entire year, thats strange, especially for a horror movie, where most end up on dvd 3 to 4 months later.