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Unseen Evil (2001)

R | | Horror | 26 March 2002 (USA)
A group of hikers led by a college professor are searching the woods for an ancient Indian burial mound. When they discover a likely site, three members of the group reveal themselves to be... See full summary »

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Dr. Peter Jensen
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Cindi Braun ...
Kate
Frank Ruotolo ...
Mike
Jere Jon ...
Williams
Cindy Pena ...
Dana
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Benjamin Cline ...
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Native Brave
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A group of hikers led by a college professor are searching the woods for an ancient Indian burial mound. When they discover a likely site, three members of the group reveal themselves to be grave looters, and tie up the others so they can keep the valuable artefacts for themselves. In the course of ransacking the mound, one of them stumbles across a cursed crown that unleashes the mound's guardian: an invisible monster that begins attacking everyone it finds. Will anyone make it back to civilization alive? Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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Rated R for violence/gore, language and brief nudity | See all certifications »
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After the women have their hands bound, the ropes are sometimes present, sometimes not in consecutive shots. See more »

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Followed by Unseen Evil 2 (2004) See more »

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This movie is not even worth watching as the joke I hope it is.
25 July 2002 | by See all my reviews

If this movie had a large budget, it would just be another silly horror movie with a bad script and bad directing. It is not a big money movie, however, and the results are tragically tacky.

I could not hope to encompass all of the bad things about this movie in a comment as short as this one, and I would not want to - the movie is not worth it. Suffice to say that the script is horrible, the directing is worse, the camera work seems to be irrevertibly stuck in the early eighties and the "special effects" (which are repeated ad infinitum, ad nauseam) are so bad they would shame those of early Star Trek - if those had been created today!

The greatest horror of the whole thing, however, is trying to set yourself in the role of the actors, who do a fantastical job, despite everything else, as they labour to make something believable out of this utter crap of a movie. Sadly, the actors, despite their efforts, can hardly make their characters, badly written as they are, come to any life beyond pulp magazine stereotypes.

This movie is not even worth watching as the joke I hope it is.


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