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Unspeakable (2002)

A woman battles an unspeakable terror.

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Jesse Mowatt
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Littlefield
Mark Voltura ...
Littlefield's Partner (as Marc Voltura)
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Cesar (as Marco Rodriguez)
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Diana Purlow
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Jack Pitchford
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Federale Colonel
Angelo Jaramillo ...
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George Michael Tapia ...
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Audra Wise ...
T.V. News Woman #1
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Michael Crabtree ...
Lieutenant
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Guard #2 (as Dilio)
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The scientist Diana Purlow is performing experiments with the mind of criminals sentenced to death in the prison of the sadistic warden Earl Blakely. She tests an apparatus she developed and capable of read minds in a man that claims to be innocent of a murder, but she is not able to convince her former lover and Governor to call off the execution. When the serial killer Jesse Mowatt is arrested and sentenced to death, she convinces the warden to submit Jesse to her experiment. While working with the murderer, Diana faces pure evil in its essence. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Nothing can silence pure evil. See more »

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Horror | Thriller

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Rated R for strong violence and gore, disturbing images, language and some sexuality | See all certifications »
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December 2003 (USA)  »

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Cerco aterrador  »

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$2,000,000 (estimated)
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The electric chair, featured prominently in the movie, was last used in Texas for executions in 1964. In 1977, Texas approved execution by lethal injection, and in 1982, carried out its first execution by such means. See more »

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When the cage containing Jesse Mowatt slides sideways off of the bed of the flatbed truck, the cable pulling the cage can be seen going from the cage off to the left. See more »

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Jesse Mowatt: [while being beaten down by the guards] This give you a hard-on, warden?
Warden Blakely: Why? You losing yours?
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Lost Souls
Performed by Shalini K. Grover
Written by Jeff Marsh
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Over The Top Hopper
12 May 2010 | by (United States Minor Outlying Islands) – See all my reviews

"Unspeakable" is a laughable but entertaining horror\thriller.

The Plot: Jesse Mowatt (Pavan Grover) is a serial killer who is sent to the toughest prison in New Mexico. The Warden (Hopper) is one mean guy who spouts lines like "I am God!". The only person who could save him (I don't know why someone would do that but okay...) is Diana Purlow (Meyer) a scientist who has a device that can look into people's minds. Does she find the truth?

This movie is hilarious! Dennis Hopper goes so over the top you can't believe it. He also has a couple more "great" lines like ("I want to kill a hundred times over!" and "I want to grind your bones!") Meyer goes through the motions. Grover, who also wrote this mess, is very self-absorbed in the role. Fahey and Lance both make cameo appearances and they put in their usual good work. The ending is completely ridiculous. It involves ghosts, Fahey's character and abortion.

Overall, if you want to laugh, watch "Unspeakable".

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