The Collector An Indie Horror Film

The Collector An Indie Horror Film

United Kingdom

The Collector, a New Indie Horror Film. From the makers of In Limbo and The Telephone, a new film emerges from the mind of the award winning production company NineLadiesFilm.

The Collector is an abstract horror film following the convoluted pathway of Elliot who awakes one day in a crowded street destitute and begging for scraps of food. Finding his way to a derelict house he ekes out a primal existence controlled by the powerful human necessity to survive. Casting a belligerent shadow over Elliot is the Collector who by rolls of dice alters the path of our unfortunate hero with every intention of sending him to his doom.

The film is written by Nick John Whittle and Stuart Wheeldon. Scheduled to be shot on location in Oliva, Spain in 2017, the film has already cast Nigel Barber  in the role of The Collector. Nigel Barber brings to the production a wealth of experience, having played roles in films such as Spectre, MI5, Sniper, Ghost Shooter. This will be the third time Nigel has teamed up with NineLadies Film, having played roles in the first two films produced by the company, In Limbo and The Telephone which is due to be released in the New Year.

They have also persuaded UK Indie Band Frank to supply a new track for the soundtrack, ‘Way We End.’ Since breaking onto the scene just over a couple of years ago they have gone from strength to strength, playing support to Manchester’s Proud Mary , Inspiral Carpets, Happy Mondays, The Bluetones and Cast. They played their biggest gig to date at Derby Arena a few weeks ago which prompted a 6 Music listener to contact Chris Hawkins on the early show ,who contacted the station to say how much he’d enjoyed the gig at The Arena, including the support bands.

The film is currently casting the two lead roles of Elliot and Lucy for the film. You can find out further news updates at the dedicated website or





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