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It's never boring. Dumb, gross, gratuitous, and overly familiar, sure. But never boring.
The director Marcus Dunstan and his co-writer, Patrick Melton, strike again.
People in Hollywood need to work and surely "The Collection" created a lot of jobs, but there must be a better way.
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.
For those who are on board, it's a more absurd yet equally efficient bit of grisly fun; for those who never were, don't expect this one to change your mind regarding mindless bloodshed.
This sequel to 2009's The Collector features enough gratuitous carnage to satisfy hardcore horror fans, if few others.
Genre aficionados are likely to revel in every crunched bone, gratuitous decapitation and slow-motion iron-maiden impaling.
More than anything, the sequel feels like an excuse for Dunstan and his effects team to see how creative they can be in the bloody killing of people using pointy metal objects.
San Francisco Chronicle:
There's a bad movie every week, but it takes a special one to make you start anticipating the decline of Western civilization.
An energetic but utterly weightless exercise in slice-and-dice cinema.
A murkily directed bore "dealing" with the subject of serial killers and revenge ...
Dull and repetitive, even by the standards of an already repetitive genre.