Horror movies you won’t want to watch alone: 7. The Collection
It is important to note that The Collection is a sequel (see next slide for the first movie), and the story actually builds off the first one. In fact, the focus is on a man who escapes from the killer, both of whom we meet in the first film, who must now go back to save an innocent woman from the same person he escaped from.
After sneaking out to attend an exclusive party, a young woman finds herself trapped in a horrific nightmare after being trapped by a man known only as the Collector. After stumbling upon a room where a man is trapped in a coffin (the same man who escapes), she ends up setting off all of the traps that the killer has set up for his own amusement.
Trapped and left behind, this woman is fighting to survive and escape, all while trapped in a nightmare that includes other victims who are being drugged, tortured, and driven mad. And even when help comes to rescue her, the nightmare is far from over as murder is the entire goal of the Collector.
With human experimentation, violence, murder, and more, The Collection is sensory overload. It’s horror taken to the next level. And while you really should watch the first movie before this one, this is one tiny step down in terms of being horrific, at least after watching The Collector first.