The Unspoken

The Unspoken

2015 "The root of all evil awaits."
The Unspoken
The Unspoken

The Unspoken

4.9 | 1h30m | en | Horror

In 1997 the close-knit Anderson family vanished from their home without a trace. No bodies were ever found and no explanation satisfied curiosity. For 17 years the house has remained undisturbed...until now. This eerily expert frightener is further enlivened by terrific performances from ‘Suits’/’Arrow’ star Neal McDonough and SILENT HILL/THE TALL MAN/TIDELAND’s Jodelle Ferland.

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4.9 | 1h30m | en | Horror , Thriller , Mystery | More Info
Released: October. 24,2015 | Released Producted By: Lighthouse Pictures , Sapphire Fire Limited Country: Canada Budget: 0 Revenue: 0 Official Website:
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In 1997 the close-knit Anderson family vanished from their home without a trace. No bodies were ever found and no explanation satisfied curiosity. For 17 years the house has remained undisturbed...until now. This eerily expert frightener is further enlivened by terrific performances from ‘Suits’/’Arrow’ star Neal McDonough and SILENT HILL/THE TALL MAN/TIDELAND’s Jodelle Ferland.

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Cast

Jodelle Ferland , Sunny Suljic , Neal McDonough

Director

Rick Whitfield

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Lighthouse Pictures , Sapphire Fire Limited

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Michael Ledo The film opens showing us unusual events/killings in a home with the family disappearing afterwards. It jumps 17 years later as Ms. Peterson (Pascale Hutton) and her mute son Adrian (Sunny Suljic) move into the place. Everyone thinks they are crazy and Angela (Jodelle Ferland) agrees to help tend for the child as things then happen. Some teens have been stowing their stash in the basement to create more victims.This is your basic haunted house killing people tale. Unlike other films, the opening sequence offers zero clues as to what is going on. What is the history? Why is this house haunted? Who were the former residence? Zip, nada, none. It isn't until the film is about to run the credits do you get the explanation, one that caught me off guard. It was unique. I liked it. It made something interesting of a mediocre production. I liked the film, but it appears most people didn't.Guide: No sex or nudity. I don't recall any swearing.
James Tardy Sorry folks, if you were looking for a good ghost film this is not the one. Plenty of jump scares, and gore, not a lot of actual haunting.A woman and her son move into a supposedly haunted house, and hire a babysitter. The babysitter, predictably, has some history with the house, and her dear dead mother. Some things happen etc. etc.This is a slow moving film, with an unsatisfying Ex Machina ending, and some truly on-the-noes acting.
jtindahouse There's an awful lot wrong with 'The Unspoken'. As I was watching it I was thinking to myself that it was one of the worst horror movies I've seen - and I've seen a lot of terrible horror movies. The amount of jump scares that turn out to be absolutely nothing is quite ridiculous. Jump scares are fine if there is a genuine reason for them relating to the story. Occasionally a misleading one can be thrown in, I accept that. But when there have been about 10-15 of them and none of them have turned out to be anything more than a cat jumping out of nowhere, it gets pretty frustrating. The other main problem I had, was that other than the opening scene, almost the entire movie happens during daylight hours. There's nothing scary about daylight. I don't think there's a film maker alive who could pull off an effective horror movie filmed entirely during the day. This was absolute amateur hour from director Sheldon Wilson.The acting is bad, the dialogue is bad and the story is completely boring. There was almost nothing good going for it. Then along came the ending. It's a very interesting ending that I happened to quite like. I'm not talking 'The Usual Suspects' or 'Memento' type quality, and maybe it just seemed like a better ending because everything else had been so terrible and I wanted to like something about it. Regardless though, I liked it. In fact it bumped it up from being a '3' to a '4'. Is the horrible lead up worth it for the ending though? I'm going to stick with a no on that one.
mistermassive No torture porn, no gore fest, no perverted garbage. Just your basic scary movie with enough chills and frights to make you uncomfortable while viewing.It was nice to see the girl from Dark Matter playing the lead in this film and to see her in a new light. I was hooked in the first fifteen minutes as you keep wondering why certain events are shown and certain rumors exist in the town where this takes place. In fact the ending even provides a nice albeit humorous twist as well.So if you enjoy psychological thrillers and a fairly unique plot that unfolds quickly in the end then you may find this move as fun as I did.