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Steven R. Monroe
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When the Chase family moves to an isolated house in the middle of nowhere in Detroit, Arkin is hired to fix the windows and the doors. Later he meets his daughter and his wife that has a debt with dangerous sharks and needs money, but his week payment is not enough to pay her debts. Arkin plots to heist the safe of Michael Chase during the night to raise the necessary money. However, when he arrives in the house, he finds that a sadistic criminal has imprisoned the family and planted traps everywhere. Arkin seeks a way out of the deadly house to save his life. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
The writers intended the movie to be a Saw prequel, but the idea was declined. See more »
When Arkin tries to release Larry from the box we see that his feet have been pinned and he is chained. When "The Collector" picks Larry up after the electrocution we can see that Larry's feet are clean with no wound marks. See more »
The Collector is a sadistic killer who takes over a home, tortures the family, and kidnaps one person in his giant trunk. The Chases (Michael Reilly Burke, Andrea Roth, Karley Scott Collins, Madeline Zima) have just moved in to their nice house. Arkin (Josh Stewart) is the handyman. He is desperate for money to pay back his wife's debt to loan shark. So he breaks into the Chase house while the family is away. The problem is the Collector has other plans.
This thing has more plot problems than 10 Michael Bay movies. Why the collector would plant such elaborate traps in the house is beyond me. Where would he even find the time? If one is willing to drop the logic, this could be seen as a different take on the Saw franchise. It's overly elaborate for no reason. But unlike Saw, the whole thing is one simple action away from total collapse. At his best, the Collector can never be sure of his control. He keeps getting interrupted by people coming in. Simply put, he's bad at his work.
If I forget all the complaints. The action is pretty good. The actors are great. The kills are fun. It's a good way to waste 90 minutes for horror fans.
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