Ok, so it's just a quick Photoshop job, but since you guys have to be kept up on all things horror and it's been really slow lately, we might as well cover what is out there - including the small things! Over on Gary Tunnicliffe's Facebook page the F/X maestro has uploaded a quick bit of teaser art for The Collector 2, also known as The Collection. Dig on it below.
Fans of The Collector (review here) will be happy to know more details from the upcoming sequel have sprouted up online, and as always we have them for ya!
When it comes to The Collector (review here), the horror fanbase is pretty much split straight down the middle. Some dug it for the stylistic carnage fest that it was while others flat-out hated it. Well, we've got some more good news for those of you out there who really dug the flick.
With the seventh entry in Lionsgate’s Saw film franchise poised for release this October 22, 2010, Dread caught up with the film’s co-writer Patrick Melton to chat about his other projects, namely the currently-in-development The Collector 2 (the sequel to his co-writer Marcus Dunstan’s 2009 directorial debut and Liddell Entertainment release), as well as the status of the pair’s re-animating of the
With regard to The Collector (review here), the horror fanbase is pretty much split straight down the middle. Some dug it for the stylistic carnage fest that it was while others flat-out hated the flick. Well, we've got some good news for those of you out there on the positive side.
Now that The Collector (Blu-ray/DVD review here) is finally available on home video (wow, that took forever), director Marcus Dunstan revealed that he's already working on a sequel!
In anticipation of tomorrow's DVD and Blu-ray release of The Collector, we've gotten our hands on an exclusive and disturbing scene from the flick that will teach you to think outside of the box!
It's a bloody week of DVD offerings with Blood Ties: The Complete Series, Blood Red Moon, and Blood Forest all hitting store shelves on Tuesday, April 6th. Throw in The Damned, the film adaptation of Stephen King's Dolan's Cadillac, along with some Malpractice and Taxidermia, and we've got one hell of an eclectic mix to choose from.
In anticipation of the long overdue Blu-ray and DVD release of The Collector, Vivendi Entertainment has provided us with a couple of exclusive images from the upcoming slasherfest.
With the seventh entry in Lionsgate’s Saw franchise currently shooting in Toronto, Canada in preparation for its October 22, 2010 theatrical release, Dread caught up with the flick’s co-scribe Patrick Melton to chat about the film as well as the other projects he and long-time collaborator Marcus Dunstan are working on.
If you want to purchase The Collector, you'll have to wait until April 6th. If you want to rent The Collector from Netflix, Redbox, Movie Gallery, or any other video chain or local mom and pop rental store, you'll also have to wait until April 6th. Or you can go to Blockbuster right now and rent it.
Hell has apparently frozen over. The official specs and art for Marcus Dunstan's The Collector have finally come to light, and the movie will be hitting retailers on April 6th from Genius Products and Vivendi Entertainment. Color us amazed!
A while back we reported that Marcus Dunstan's The Collector wouldn't be getting a home video release until April of 2010. That seemed extremely unrealistic as we live in an age in which theatre to DVD turnaround time is usually a matter of a couple of months. Today an official date has been announced ...
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.