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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)
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Belle (segment "Frankie the Squirrel")
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Nicky (segment "Frankie the Squirrel")
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Reggie (segment "Frankie the Squirrel")
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Bruno (segment "Frankie the Squirrel")
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Keith (segment "Frankie the Squirrel")
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Woman at Roulette Table (segment "Frankie the Squirrel") (as Michelle Graci)
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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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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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Actually, not nearly so bad as some reviews made it out to be.
3 September 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I know truly crappy movie quality when I see it, and I have to say that based on many of the other reviews, here, I was fully expecting this to be among that ilk of film. It's the strangest thing I've ever seen - the reviews are either glowing wonderful or glowing with damnation, no in- between. But really, it's just your average very-low-budget indie type film. I really rather enjoyed it. Granted, there were so many ways it could've been improved, but I think the creators and actors did about as good as they could with what they had been given. It has a sort of Twilight Zone/Alfred Hitchcock tone to it. But all in all, and especially for all the horrid reviews, I was very pleasantly surprised. Just watch the first 15-20 minutes if you're not sure, that should be enough to tell you whether or not you can stand to watch the rest of it. As low-budget as it was, it at least seems to have had some people behind it who actually tried doing a good job - I didn't get a sense of any of this as having been "tossed to the wind" or just carelessly, haphazardly thrown together. It can actually be a bit touching if you let yourself get carried down that route with it. Not the greatest, but certainly worth watching. The three stories are just right so that if you'd prefer it, you could technically watch them in separate viewings and not really miss a thing. So if you don't think you don't want to spend an entire hour-and-a-half on it all at once, don't - I think the 2nd & 3rd story will keep well until you're in the mood. This review would be so much more positive if not for feeling like I have to try to find some way to explain the rancor & bile - I just don't see what the justification is for some of the remarks. Granted, I -do- think some of the rave reviews early on were probably faked, but that doesn't automatically mean it's a horrible film - I don't approve of faked reviews, but even believing that to be the case, I can't really trash the movie over it. It's not a bad little set of flicks. Whimsical, basic, very simple story-telling.


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