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Unspeakable (2000)

Cast: Leigh Silver, Leigh Silver, Tamera Noll, more...
Director: Chad Ferrin, Chad Ferrin
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Rating: Not Rated
Studio: Troma
Genre: Horror, Slashers, Studios, Troma
Running Time: 81 min.
Languages: English
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In this bizarre and intense tale of terror, James Fhelleps (Roger Cline) is a man whose psyche is beginning to buckle under the pressure of modern life, his career, and his failing marriage to his wife ,Alice (Tamera Noll). One of the few buffers in his life is his close relationship with his daughter, Heather (Leigh Silver). One night, Heather is killed and Alice seriously wounded in a terrible auto accident. With Heather gone and Alice often at the mercy of her degenerate male nurse (Timothy Muskatell), James finally cracks. He begins to hear Heather speaking to him and the angelic voice commands James to kill, as he goes on a murderous rampage with a straight razor. Unspeakable was the first feature from Australian independent filmmaker Chad Ferrin. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide

GreenCine Member Reviews

Unspeakably horrible! by Emosjrny December 11, 2003 - 6:29 PM PST
With a seemingly interesting premise (at least for those interested serial killer flicks this movie would seem to be), "Unspeakable" is presumably a B-Grade, low budget indy flick that somehow had the good fortune of being picked up by a movie studio albiet Troma. Hopefully, this sends the message that Troma should stick with their over-the-top slapstick horror/gore comedies because this movie is too awful to watch (in terms of poor acting, weak directing, amature-ish production) and the only way to stomach it from beginning to end is with the fast search button.

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