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produced by
Chad Ferrin, Timothy Muskatell (executive), Joey Carrapichano (executive) for Crappy World Films
directed by Chad Ferrin
starring Roger Cline (= Roger Garcia), Timothy Muskatell, Tina Birchfield, Wolf Dangler, Tamera Noll, Leigh Silver, Larry Richards, Rae Robison, Eddie Shea, Stephanie Lane, Scott Vogel, Jean Keller, Dean King, Nathan Waldron, Gegory Lee Kenyon, J.M. Wilkerson, Richard Gunn, Joseph Hamblen, Joe Mode, Sita Luna, Ernest M.Garcia, Ashley Noll, Lacy Burton Pate, Kate Waldron, Justin Waldron, Roxana Anghelache, Cosmina Stoica, T.Patrick Smith, Angelo Figlio, Manvel Barsegyan, Howard Shore, Mitch Benitez, Stephanie Buxbaum
written by Chad Ferrin, music by Nick Smith

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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James (Roger Cline) is thrown into a world of unspeakable pain after he has lost his daughter (Leigh Silver) in a car accident - something he blames his wife (Tamera Noll) for, even if it was him behind the wheel, and despite the fact that his wife has spent her time since the accident in some kind of vegetative state. To drown out his pain, he walks the streets of the city to look for hookers - he usually tends to murder quite brutally once he slips away into a dreamworld and mistakes them for his wife or his daughter. Of course, the local crime kingpin Hell (Wolf Dangler) doesn't like to see his prostitutes dying one bit, so he even sends a hitman after James - but who's to say James is a man without resources? That said, James has in the meantime set his eyes on the daughter of a hooker in Hell's captivity he figures he has to free to find inner peace ...


A rough-around-the-edges trip to the seedy parts of town somehow reminiscent of both M and Taxi Driver, Unspeakable might not live up to these two masterpieces by a longshot, but it does manage to bring just the right sleazy atmosphere to its story without being sleaze itself, manages to mix the whole thing with irony at just the right spots, and have the whole thing carried by quite a bunch of colourful eccentric characters.

Nice genre entertainment, that's for sure!


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