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The Unknown Trilogy (2007)

Somewhere, between the boundaries of life and death, lays the darkest places in the human heart. In these dimly lit recesses crouch fears older than mankind itself. Yet only by visiting ... See full summary »
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Frankie 'The Squirrel' Salerno (segment "Frankie the Squirrel") / James Patulo (segment "Gone")
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Uncle Morty (segment "Frankie the Squirrel")
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Tanner (segment "Frankie the Squirrel") (as Johnny 'Roastbeef' Williams)
Chuck Astoria ...
Linda Axelrod ...
Belle (segment "Frankie the Squirrel")
William DaRuffa ...
Nicky (segment "Frankie the Squirrel")
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Richard Hidlebird ...
Reggie (segment "Frankie the Squirrel")
Matt Storm ...
Bruno (segment "Frankie the Squirrel")
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Keith (segment "Frankie the Squirrel")
Michelle Gracie ...
Woman at Roulette Table (segment "Frankie the Squirrel") (as Michelle Graci)
L.K. Brown ...
Man at Roulette Table (segment "Frankie the Squirrel")
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Bouncer #1 (segment "Frankie the Squirrel")
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Somewhere, between the boundaries of life and death, lays the darkest places in the human heart. In these dimly lit recesses crouch fears older than mankind itself. Yet only by visiting this netherworld from time to time can we hope to unearth what lurks just beyond the grasp of our imaginations. The Unknown Trilogy dares to navigate these shadowy passages in three chilling tales that will make you glad you decided to come along for the ride... Written by Alluminationfilmworks

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Luck never gives. It only lends.


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22 March 2007 (USA)  »

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Frank Gorshin was originally slated to play the role of Dr. Sol Rubin but was forced to resign when hospitalized with pneumonia. See more »

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...going...going..."Gone"!
15 October 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Did Sal hit a Grand Slam with this one, or what? This third segment of "The Unknown Trilogy" is entirely impressive. Why? Well, it's my humble opinion that this soon-to-be-released production demonstrates greatness on many levels. The musical scores, coupled with artfully creative cinematography, perfectly and relentlessly drive emotion and hold time. They sound of Christmas, yet are oddly in tune with the emptiness and pain of James Patulo. Further, aligned with sounds and sights, the character, himself--James--speaks volumes with expression. He reads like a book without a word. Now that's acting! Yes, there's more. When you see it, I'm sure you'll agree. I don't want to give it away! Nice job, Sal!


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