"A man who escapes from the vicious grips of the serial killer known as The Collector is blackmailed to rescue an innocent girl from the killer's booby-trapped warehouse."
I didn't like the "The Collector" all that much and have zero interest in seeing a movie from the writers of the worst of the "Saw" sequels.
When will the marketers learn that promoting a new movie by creditting ones which everybody despises is unlikely to have horror fans flocking to the cinema in droves?
At least it's not "From the producers of Paranormal Activity and Insidious" which we've seen at least five posters proclaim in the last year. I suppose the good thing about this stupidity is that it's easy to know what to avoid.
If you need to have your mind made up even further just watch the trailer. It looks like a load of arse, doesn't it? "Aliens" plot rip-off much?
Have you ever seen such an uninspired poster either?
I'll be continuing to plow through the Pendulum Pictures multipacks instead. I'm over half-way through "Tomb of Terrors" now in case you wondered what I've been doing. They may be awful, but they cost the same for 50 movies as a ticket to see only one piece of crap like this which I know I'll hate even more.
Are you going to see "The Collection" on Friday? If so, why?