Two films called The Collector.
The latest, from director Marcus Dunstan, has the whiff of Saw, but it transcends its inspiration with a novel set-up, a claustrophobic atmosphere, real suspense, and brutal on- and off-screen violence.
It also has a killer sound mix and industrial score that, I suspect, was influenced by Japan's Evil Dead Trap.
Before it leaves theaters, try to catch it.
If you haven't seen the the '65 original, which has no relation to Dunstan's film, but is based on a great novel by John Fowles, make a bee-line for your video store or go directly to your favorite on-line DVD retailer.
It is an extraordinary thriller directed by William Wyler who also made The Heiress, Dead End, and Ben Hur, among many others.
It should be as well known and respected as Psycho. In many ways, it has been much more influential.