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||IMDB Rating: 4.9/10 from 1,311 votes
||Release: September 1988 (Italy) /
||Director: Jean-Paul Ouellette,
||Stars: Alexandra Durrell, Blane Wheatley, Charles Klausmeyer, Colin Cox, Delbert Spain, Eben Ham, Katrin Alexandre, Laura Albert, Lisa Wilson, Marcel Lussier, Mark Kinsey Stephenson, Mark Parra, Nancy Kreisel, Paul Farmer, Paul Pajor
||Synopsis: Back in the 1800's a lady gives birth to a monster. They decide that the baby is too ugly to name, therefore the monster is known as the "Unnamable". The creature brutally slaughters his family, and gets trapped in a vault. Go ahead to 1998, and some college students have heard the story about the unnamable and want to check out the vault... Written by <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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H.P Lovercraft's short story 'The Unnamable' is brought to the screen
in a low-rent looking, small-scale production by first time
writer/director Jean-Paul Ouellette. Maybe not as commanding as the
likes of 'Re-Animator', 'From Beyond' and even 'Necronomicon', but
Ouellette manages to invoke a twisted Gothic monster tale filled with
menacing atmosphere and dripping with modest blood and gore. The latter
actually surprised me how competently it was achieved, and the demon
design is a horrifically creative design. Special effects/make-up
artists R. Christopher Biggs and Camille Calvet did an excellent job,
and I have healthy resume to back up their professional work.
Other than being quite graphic and stemming with eerily howling sound
effects, the whole supernatural set-up for the story is quite
conventionally light (little in the way of exploring the back-history
and the climax is quite sudden) with the usual shocks and developments
within an secluded rundown house that breathes spookiness. Really the
premise's outline seemed more interesting than what Ouellette's
execution could make of it, although the 90 minutes do breeze by with
compact editing and the creaky roughness gives it some grit.
Ouellette's systematic script is dramatically thin and strictly
serious, save some dark humorous spots.
Legend has it that Joshua Winthrop kept in his family's house locked
away his demon child that he and his wife were so ashamed about that
called it 'the Unnamable'. It trying to keep it hidden, the creature
turns on him and brutally murders him. Now in the present, students at
the nearby Miskatonic College spend a night in the supposedly haunted
house, which there only chance of survival rests on the open-mind of
Mark Kinsey Stephenson installs a brash, self-assured attitude to the
Randolph Carter character, even though his screen time is limited it's
always felt. While surrounding him are appealing turns by Charles
Klausmeyer, Alexandra Durrell and Laura Albert.
David Bergeaud's racy, unhinged score is a shamble. One second it's
nervously ominous then it changes to something playfully cute.
Obviously these sudden shifts in the score were to match up to the
moods of the characters/situation (from gruesome activities, suspense
driven or humorous inclusion), but more often it felt forced upon.
Ouellette's tightly staged handling relies on dim lighting with blue
filtering to etch out an imposingly forlorn house and surroundings
(like the graveyard) thanks to art director Ann Job. The demon is
mainly kept hidden with sweeping POV shots, silhouette outlining, and
glimpses of legs until we see it in full glory towards the end
what stays with you is constant high-pitch screaming it unleashes.
Nothing formidable, but acceptable 80s monster gruel.
Tags for The Unnamable Full Movie
, Blane Wheatley
, Charles Klausmeyer
, Colin Cox
, Delbert Spain
, Eben Ham
, Katrin Alexandre
, Laura Albert
, Lisa Wilson
, Marcel Lussier
, Mark Kinsey Stephenson
, Mark Parra
, Nancy Kreisel
, Paul Farmer
, Paul Pajor
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