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長い眠りから覚め 冬眠から サヨナラ :thumbsup_tone5. Dovrei farglielo vedere al capo dei gamestop in Lombardia non credo che sua moglie gli lasci avere una collezione del genere.

Vedere collezioni del genere mi fa stare bene, mi fa sentire una pace a farmi sentire povero. Believe me guys, pretty good movie! watch it. Prossimo passo: unire le collezioni di tutti quanti in un megamuseo videoludico. 振られた彼氏に振られるときにおしえてもらった曲.未だに全然意図がわからなくて残っちゃってる.

 

Chi mi spiega il senso di tenere una collector's edition di un videogioco sigillata, oltre alla possibilità di lucrarci decine di anni dopo? Potrei capire un amiibo, una miniatura, un qualcosa che può essere fruibile anche senza scartarla; ma qui si parla di un pacchetto che contiene il gioco e tanti extra che sono il motivo del prezzo maggiorato. Comprare il gioco singolo per giocarci e la collector's da tenere sigillata, rinunciando al gioco e ai vari extra, per me è follia pura. Home alone just got badass. Guitarist Bill Henderson, who later became known for his work with Chilliwack. The Collectors was a Canadian psychedelic rock band active in the 1960s. [1] [2] History [ edit] The Collectors debuted in Vancouver, British Columbia, in 1961 as a house band (the C-FUN Classics) for CFUN radio, and renamed itself The Collectors in 1966. The band featured Howie Vickers on lead vocals, Bill Henderson on lead guitar, recorder, keyboards and lead vocals (these last mostly on Grass and Wild Strawberries), Claire Lawrence on tenor saxophone, harmonica, keyboards, flute, organ, recorder and vocals, Glenn Miller on bass and vocals, and Ross Turney on drums and percussion. [3] [4] The Collectors' biggest hit was their first single, 'Looking at a Baby', released in March 1967 on the Valiant label in the U. S. and on New Syndrome in Canada. It reached #4 on Toronto's CHUM-AM on April 24, 1967. Valiant was then acquired by Warner Bros. Records. In 1967 the group released its first album. The Collectors, on the Warner Bros. -Seven Arts label and appeared on sessions for the US group The Electric Prunes ' album Mass in F Minor. In the fall of 1968 they released Grass and Wild Strawberries. The lyrics of this album were written by Canadian poet and playwright George Ryga (" The Ecstasy of Rita Joe ") complemented by the music of The Collectors. Between 1968 and 1969 the group composed soundtracks to three Canadian films: "Don't Let The Angels Fall, " (1968) "Canada The Land, " (1969) and "The Land" (1969). The Collectors also appeared on the CBC national television program Let's Go. [5] Howie Vickers left the group in 1969, and the remaining members of the band reconstituted themselves as Chilliwack, with Bill Henderson taking over lead vocals. [6] [7] Discography [ edit] 1967 Looking At A Baby (Vickberg-Henderson) A-side; Old Man (Vickberg-Lawrence-Henderson) B-side; 45 RPM single [8] 1968 The Collectors [9] 1969 Grass and Wild Strawberries 1970 I Must Have Been Blind A-side; The Beginning B-side; 45 RPM single release (never compiled on an album) Singles [ edit] Year Song Parent album CAN CHUM US Billboard US Cash Box US Main 1967 "Looking at a Baby" non-album cut 23 4 — "Fisherwoman" 18 1968 "We Can Make It" 99 "Lydia Purple" The Collectors 55 1969 "Early Morning" Grass and Wild Strawberries 84 1970 "I Must Have Been Blind" 56 20 "Sometimes We're Up" 63 References [ edit] External links [ edit] Archive website The Collectors discography at Discogs
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Bah, la vera domanda è: c'è qualcosa che lui non possiede? joy. Bad trailer, solid film. 8/10. Figata! Continuate la serie è bellissima! Grazie per portarci queste chicche. なんという名曲なんだ. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigation Jump to search The Collector is a 1963 novel by John Fowles. The Collector ( s) may also refer to: Film [ edit] The Collector (1965 film), a film based on Fowles's novel, starring Terence Stamp and Samantha Eggar The Collector (1997 film), a Finnish film by Auli Mantila The Collector (2002 film) (a/k/a Le Collectionneur), a Canadian film directed by Jean Beaudin The Collector (2004 film), a Danish film The Collector (2005 film), a Polish film directed by Feliks Falk The Collector (2009 film), a horror film directed by Marcus Dunstan The Collector (2012 film), a romantic film starring Rudolf Martin The Collectors (1999 film), a 1999 TV film starring Casper Van Dien La Collectionneuse, a 1967 French film directed by Eric Rohmer whose English title is The Collector The Collector, a fictional character in Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome. Television [ edit] The Collector (TV series), a Canadian supernatural drama The Collector (Serbian TV series), a science fiction series Collectors (TV series), an Australian program about collectors and their collections The Collectors (TV series), a British drama series "The Collector", an episode of the American series The Dead Zone The Collector, a fictional character in the American animated series Bonkers skekLach the Collector, a villain from The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance Video games [ edit] The Collectors, a fictional insectoid race in the game Mass Effect 2 The 7th Guest Part III: The Collector, an unreleased sequel to the computer game The 7th Guest Azetlor the Collector, a villain from Ghostbusters: The Video Game The Collector, the main villain from LittleBigPlanet. Literature [ edit] The Collectors (novel), a novel by David Baldacci The Collector (comic strip), a 1980s British comic The Collector (comics), a character in the Marvel Comics universe known as Taneleer Tivan The Collector, a character in Simon R. Green 's Nightside (book series) and Secret History (book series) books "The Collector" a 2009 short story by Sean Aldredge "The Collector" a sci-fi short story by James Mascia "The Collector" by Kelley Armstrong "The Collector" by Tracye L. Pool "The Collector" a Southern Gothic / Speculative short story by Terri Wallace "The Collector" by Donnie Lamon "The Collector" by Vanessa Gebbie "The Collector" a sci-fi short story by Donnie Lamon "The Collector" by Ron Collins "The Collector" by Jonathan Lethem, basis for a 2013 DTV movie "The Collector of Skies" by Champfleury (1820–1889) "The Collector" a 2013 novel by Victoria Scott "The Collector" a paranormal short story by Daniel José Older "The Collector" short story by Susan T. Creations "The Collector Speaks" a 1984 short story by Ray Bradbury Music [ edit] The Collectors (band), a 1960s Canadian rock band that became Chilliwack The Collectors (Japanese band), a Japanese mods rock band Albums [ edit] The Collectors (album), an album by Chilliwack, when they were known as The Collectors Songs [ edit] "The Collector", a song by Nine Inch Nails from With Teeth The Collector, 2007 Andreas Johnson compilation album People [ edit] Robert Berdella, a serial killer also known as The   Collector due to his obsession with the 1965 movie of the same name See also [ edit] The Collector Collector, a novel by Tibor Fischer Collector (disambiguation).

Ja dit werd door radio Veronica gebruikt toen ze moesten verdwijnen. #radioveronica   #whatlove   #collectors   #saxophone   #sax. Such wonderful creativity and such beautiful harmonization. The Collectors verzamelen de mooiste hits en vertolken die op hun eigen semi-akoestische wijze! The Collectors zijn 3 toffe muzikanten die hits verzamelen die ze zelf onwijs leuk vinden. Veelal hits waarvan je zelf denkt o ja, die heb ik veel te lang niet gehoord! Gewapend met twee akoestische gitaren en bas spelen zij deze nummers live. Lekker voor een receptie of diner, maar zeker ook leuk voor een intiem feestje waar gedanst mag worden. Neem een kijkje in de privé-collectie van drie echte muziekliefhebbers. Een heerlijke verzameling hits en evergreens uit de 60’s, 70’s, 80’s, 90’s en 00’s. De betoverende zangeres Merel van der Veer wordt vocaal en muzikaal ondersteund door gitarist/ zanger Paul Sutman en bassist Jurgen Hakkeling. Geschikt voor borrels, feesten & partijen! Live muziek op verschillende plekken! The Collectors hebben een super compact en mobiel geluidssetje waarmee ze heel eenvoudig meerdere malen van plek kunnen wisselen tijdens het optreden. Ideaal als je graag op verschillende plekken graag live muziek wilt hebben. De prijs van The Collectors bedraagt 1095 euro. Inbegrepen in deze prijs zitten de reiskosten, een kleine geluidsset en drie optredens van 45 minuten binnen max 4 uur tijd. In de pauzes van de band zorgen ze uiteraard ook voor een fijne playlist zodat er continue een te gekke sfeer is met fijne muziekjes. Het Repertoire is momenteel niet beschikbaar. Door Boris van Gerven op 20 juni 2019 ★★★★ De akoestische band speelde de sterren van de hemel, ze waren mooi op tijd en stelden zich zeer flexibel op.
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Persone con una passione così grande mi fanno pensare che c'è ancora speranza nel mondo. Bellissima collezione, grande principe Milito <3. This article is missing information about the film's production. Please expand the article to include this information. Further details may exist on the talk page. ( September 2015) The Collector Theatrical release poster Directed by Marcus Dunstan Produced by Brett Forbes Julie Richardson Patrick Rizzotti Christopher Lockhart Written by Marcus Dunstan Patrick Melton Starring Josh Stewart Michael Reilly Burke Andrea Roth Juan Fernandez Karley Scott Collins Madeline Zima Robert Wisdom Music by Jerome Dillon Nathaniel Caserta Cinematography Brandon Cox Edited by Alex Luna James Mastracco Production company Fortress Features Neo Art & Logic Imaginarium Entertainment Group Distributed by Freestyle Releasing LD Entertainment Release date July 31, 2009 Running time 90 minutes Country United States Language English Budget $3 million [1] Box office $9. 44 million [2] The Collector is a 2009 American horror film written by Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton, and directed by Dunstan. [3] The script, titled The Midnight Man, was at one point shopped as a prequel to the Saw franchise, but the producers opposed the idea and dismissed it. [4] [5] A sequel, The Collection, was released in 2012. Plot [ edit] Married couple Larry and Gena return home to find the power is out. They discover a large trunk upstairs, and are horrified by its contents. They are then attacked by an unseen assailant. Former convict Arkin O'Brien works as a handyman for the Chase family. He is generally well-liked by the Chases, especially the younger daughter Hannah. After work, Arkin meets his wife, whose debt to several loan sharks is due by midnight. To protect her and their daughter, Arkin plans to steal a valuable ruby from the Chase home. As Arkin attempts to crack the safe, a masked figure locks the door. Michael, the father, appears with several injuries. Mistaking Arkin for the perpetrator, he grabs a golf club. Michael's action triggers a trap that incapacitates him, and the masked man drags Michael into the basement. Arkin calls 911, but the phone is rigged with another trap. The windows have been boarded up and lined with razors, making escape impossible. Arkin retreats to the basement, where Michael informs him that his wife Victoria is captured as well. His older daughter Jill is out, and Hannah is hiding somewhere. Michael gives Arkin the combination to the safe, which contains a gun. Arkin finds Victoria and has her distract the intruder while he gets to the safe. Arkin gets the gun (which has no bullets) and pockets the ruby. While searching for Hannah, he finds a trunk containing a bloodied Larry. Larry explains that the masked man is a "collector" of people; he only collects one person in a household and kills everyone else. Horrified, Arkin flees, while the Collector locks Larry back in the trunk. Back in the basement, Arkin discovers Michael is dead. He frees Victoria, who had been tortured. As they make their way out of the basement, Victoria sees Michael's corpse, panics and alerts Collector, who stabs her several times. Jill arrives home with her boyfriend Chad. As the two prepare to have sex on the kitchen table, they notice the Collector watching them. Chad attacks him but is killed when he is pushed into a room filled with several bear traps. Jill manages to make a 911 call before being captured. Arkin frees Jill, but she doesn't trust him and reaches for a pair of scissors, only to be killed by a trap. Arkin escapes the house alone, but sees the Collector approaching Hannah. Changing his mind, he reenters the house. Arkin prepares a trap to kill the Collector, but the trap kills Larry instead. Arkin gets to Hannah, and sends her down a laundry chute to the basement to hide. Before Arkin can do the same, the Collector knocks him out, ties him up and brutally tortures him. A police officer responding to Jill's 911 call is killed by the Collector's dog. Taking advantage of the distraction, Arkin frees himself and discovers a dead Victoria and armed explosives in the basement. After killing the Collector's dog with a flaming bucket and trapping the Collector in one of his own traps, Arkin escapes with Hannah. Seeing approaching police cars, Arkin runs into the road to get their attention and is hit by one of the cars. He sees Hannah carried away by the police. He tells the police that the Collector was an exterminator working at the Chase house. The explosives detonate and destroy the house, but the Collector gets away unharmed. While Arkin is being taken to the hospital, The Collector ambushes the ambulance and kills everyone except Arkin, whom he kidnaps. In a post-credits scene, the Collector watches film slides on the trunk containing Arkin, who threatens to kill him. Cast [ edit] Production [ edit] The Collector was shot in Shreveport, Louisiana in the spring of 2008 over 19 days. It used 16mm film stock. The final scene (featuring the van in the rain) was part of a reshoot in Los Angeles' Griffith Park. When Dunstan announced to his producing team he wanted to direct, he set off to make a sizzle reel - a prolonged trailer of the proposed film. He reunited with many of his friends from "Feast" (his first writing credit) and employed John Gulager as his cinematographer, and used actors Clu Gulager to play Roy and Tom Gulager as Arkin. It was this reel that was used to sell the pitch to Dimension, who put up the money to produce the film. Before its release, Dimension chose not to put a P&A budget into the movie and opted to release it direct to DVD. However, Dimension gave the filmmakers a chance to sell the film. In the end, Mickey Liddell bought the movie from Dimension. Liddell organized the reshoots and changed the title from "The Midnight Man" to "The Collector. " Release [ edit] The film was theatrically released on July 31, 2009 in the United States, and on DVD on April 6, 2010. [6] A rental version was made available February 12, 2010, through Blockbuster Video 's Exclusive Line. [7] The DVD includes two deleted scenes, and also an alternative ending which is Arkin leaving after seeing Hannah in the window – thus cutting off the remaining 25 minutes of the film. [ citation needed] Reception [ edit] Critical reviews [ edit] The Collector was met with generally negative reviews from critics. Review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes gave the film a rating of 30%, based on 71 reviews, with an average rating of 4. 2/10. The site's general consensus reads, "Increasingly tedious displays of gore makes this torture porn home-invasion-horror more programmatic than provocative. " [8] On Metacritic, the film has a score of 29 out of 100, based on 11 critics, indicating "generally unfavorable reviews". [9] Clay Clane of BET noted that, "You will squirm, but aren't we getting a bit desensitized to these routine torture flicks? It's like seeing a pop songstress get naked for the billionth time – yeah, she's hot, but we have all seen it before. " [10] Bloody Disgusting gave the film a 3. 5/5 and wrote that The Collector is "a raw, gritty and uncompromising horror film that puts the previous Saw film to shame. " The reviewer also believed that the character of the Collector had the potential to become a new horror icon. [11] Box office [ edit] On the opening day, the film opened in 1, 325 theaters, grossing $1, 325, 000. [12] The film has grossed $7, 712, 114. [13] Sequels [ edit] Speaking about a sequel, Patrick Melton said in an interview: I didn't think it necessarily would happen because while the movie did well for its budget, it certainly wasn't a blockbuster, but it did well enough that the film's producer, Mickey Liddell, wants to make a sequel and of course wants me and Marcus to be involved again. So we are seeing if we can work out some sort of a deal for us to write it and for Marcus to direct, but right now it's just in the deal stage. It is a possibility. I couldn't imagine it being made without Marcus directing it. " [14] Shooting on the second film, The Collection, began in October 2010, [15] and the film was released on November 30, 2012. Josh Stewart reprised his role as Arkin. On May 2, 2019 Josh Stewart tweeted that another sequel titled The Collected, stylized as The Coll3cted, was happening along with a poster. See also [ edit] List of films featuring home invasions References [ edit] ^ McNary Dave (July 17, 2009). "Duo sparked by 'Project Greenlight ' ". Variety. ^ "The Collector Box Office". Box Office Mojo. Retrieved December 28, 2009. ^ Confirmed! The Collector DVD Coming in April ^ "How 'The Collector' Was Almost a Prequel to Saw! ". Blooding Disgusting. Retrieved July 21, 2009. ^ "INTERVIEW: Marcus Dunstan & Patrick Melton".. July 31, 2009. ^ "The Collector DVD Release in April?!? ". December 28, 2009. ^ Full Specs and Art for DVD and Blu-ray of The Collector ^ " The Collector (2009)". Rotten Tomatoes. IGN Entertainment. Retrieved November 1, 2018. ^ " The Collector: Reviews (2009)". Metacritic. CNET Networks. Retrieved December 29, 2009. ^ "BET Review". BET. Retrieved July 31, 2009. ^ "The Collector Review". Retrieved July 27, 2009. ^ New Stills From The Collector ^ "Box Office Mojo – The Collector". Retrieved August 2, 2009. ^ "The Collection". March 15, 2010. ^ "The Collection". bloody-disgusting. April 28, 2010. External links [ edit] Official website The Collector at AllMovie The Collector at Box Office Mojo The Collector on IMDb The Collector at Metacritic The Collector at Rotten Tomatoes
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The Collectors is an unassuming but interesting movie that has a little bit of everything-cops, killers, shootouts, buddies, comedy, and love (both requited and –un. The plot revolves around two semi-unsavory characters, Ray and A.K., who collect unpaid mob debts, and when they can't, heads may roll. But somehow we never really feel much menace from these guys, who are played for sympathy by Casper Van Dien and Rick Fox. Dire COLLEZIONISTA é veramente riduttivo. Complimenti. Grande stima :wink. Still makes me cry. This movie was well made, its interesting and there's a part 2 you must watch to fully understand how fucked up in the head is the collector.

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The Collectors Leadgitarist Bill Henderson tijdens een optreden met Chilliwack, de opvolger van The Collectors. Achtergrondinformatie Ook bekend als Collectors 1964-1966: C-Fun Classics, The Classics en Canadian Classics Jaren actief 1966 - 1970 Oorsprong Vancouver ( Brits-Columbia) Genre(s) rock, psychedelische rock Label(s) Warner Brothers Verwante acts Chilliwack Bezetting Huidige leden Howie Vickers (1964-1969) Bill Henderson (1966-1970) Claire Lawrence (1964-1970) Glenn Miller (1966-1970) Ross Turney (1966-1970) The Collectors of Collectors was een Canadese rockband, die onder deze naam optrad van 1966 tot 1970. Geschiedenis [ bewerken | brontekst bewerken] De geschiedenis van de band gaat terug tot 1964, toen zanger Howie Vickers en multi-instrumentalist Claire Lawrence de huisband voor het radiostation C-FUN vormden. [1] Deze band werd opgericht als The Classics en tijdens hun werk voor C-FUN gebruikten ze de naam C-Fun Classics. Ze traden indertijd ook op in het Canadese televisieprogramma Let's Go, waarin meestal The Guess Who als huisband fungeerde. [1] Als de Canadian Classics namen ze in 1965 de singles "Till I Met You" en "I Don't Know" op. [1] In 1966 werd drummer Ross Turney gevraagd om een groep op te richten voor optredens in de nachtclub The Torch Cabaret (later Oil Can Harry's Zanzibar Cabaret genoemd) in Vancouver. [2] Hij vormde samen met Vickers en Lawrence een band, waar uiteindelijk ook zanger en leadgitarist Bill Henderson en bassist Glenn Miller, die ook bij de Classics speelde, zich bij aansloten. Ze werden ontdekt door Jack Hirschhorn en tekenden bij Valiant Records uit Los Angeles. De oprichter van dit label, Barry De Vorzon, financierde de opnamen van een demo en liet hen in 1967 de single "Looking at a Baby" opnemen. Op de hoes hiervan moest een bandnaam staan, maar de groep had er nog geen. De Vorzon liet hen daarom kiezen uit de namen The Collectors en The Connection. [2] Valiant Records werd overgenomen door Warner Brothers en The Collectors namen bij dit label hun gelijknamige debuutalbum op, dat in 1967 werd uitgegeven. De eerste helft bestond uit vijf liedjes, waaronder een vertolking van "Lydia Purple", en op de tweede kant stond het negentien minuten durende "What Love (Suite)". [3] Dave Hassinger, die dit album produceerde, liet in 1967 vanwege tijdgebrek de bandleden met enkele sessiemuzikanten een groot deel van het The Electric Prunes -album Mass in F Minor (1968) opnemen. [4] In 1968 werd Henderson benaderd door Joy Coghill, met wie hij eerder als student theaterproducties maakte. Coghill was artistiek directeur van het Vancouver Playhouse Theatre Company en had George Ryga opdracht gegeven voor een toneelstuk, getiteld Grass and Wild Strawberries. De band maakte speciaal muziek voor het stuk en speelde mee bij de uitvoeringen ervan. [5] De liedjes werden in The Sound Factory opgenomen en in 1969 op vinyl uitgegeven. De band nam in 1969 tevens muziek op voor de films Don't Let the Angels Fall, Canada the Land en The Land. [6] Ze verruilden Warner Bros. voor London Records in het najaar van 1969. Intussen verliet Vickers de band om als soloartiest verder te gaan en Henderson nam de zangpartijen over. In de zomer van 1970 werden de singles "I Must Have Been Blind" en "Sometimes We're Up" uitgegeven. Er waren plannen om een episch conceptalbum te maken, maar deze werd nooit opgenomen. [6] Een aanbod om muziek te maken voor de wereldtentoonstelling Expo 70 (in Osaka) sloegen ze af. [6] De overgebleven leden richtten in 1970 de band Chilliwack op. Bezetting [ bewerken | brontekst bewerken] Howie Vickers - zang Bill Henderson - leadgitaar, zang en keyboard Claire Lawrence - saxofoon, fluit, keyboard, mondharmonica en zang Glenn Miller - basgitaar en zang Ross Turney - drums Discografie [ bewerken | brontekst bewerken] The Collectors (1967) Grass & Wild Strawberries (1969) Externe links [ bewerken | brontekst bewerken] ( en) The Collectors in de database van AllMusic ( en) The Collectors op Discogs Noten en referenties [ bewerken | brontekst bewerken].

Im reading the book the collector :D. Still waiting on The Collected. Love the song, but what's with the video? The dancing was at some local TV Teen Dance show, but which one? They are dancing to something completely different as it sure doesn't fit the music. Lydia Purple was released in 1968, and these kids belong to a show that was shot probably between 1964-67.

 

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