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Unspeakable: Beyond the Wall of Sleep

USA 2024
produced by
Chad Ferrin, Robert Miano, Susan Priver (executive) for Crappy World Films, Dance On Productions, Laurelwood Pictures
directed by Chad Ferrin
starring Edward Furlong, Susan Priver, Robert Miano, Corey Shane Love, Ginger Lynn, Bai Ling, Brandon Kirk, Steve Railsback, Jerry Irons, Elina Madison, Suzanne Sumner Ferry, Marie Bergenholtz, Jeffrey Decker, Cyril O'Reilly, Jennifer Drake, Elli Rahn, Silvia Spross, Larry Eisenberg, Timothy Muskatell, Robert Rhine, Peter Mendoza, Lew Temple, David Z. Stamp, Burt Culver, Jon Budinoff, Kurt Bonzell, Viktoriia Vlasenko, Craig Ng, Paul Blyumkin, Sebastian Fernandez, McKenna Ferry, Roger Garcia, Jeff Olan, Bob Sankey, Matt Olivo, Daisy Adams, Bob Bennett, Joe Castro, Jeff Leroy, Matthew Seward, Roxane Nicolin, Monika Thomas, Sam Wilson, Eli Van Der Fluit, Thomas Price
written by Chad Ferrin, based on the story Beyond the Wall of Sleep by H.P. Lovecraft, music by Matt Olivo, special makeup effects by Joe Castro, special effects by Jeff Leroy, visual effects by Jeff Billinbs

Chad Ferrin's H.P. Lovecraft adaptations

review by
Mike Haberfelner

25 years ago, child molester Jim Fhelleps (Robert Miano) was thrown into prison where his cellmate Sturges (Brandon Kirk) wanted to make him his bitch - but instead, Fhelleps bit off his dick then beat his face to a pulp. And then things got weird ...

Now, Fhelleps spends his time in a psychiatric institute, where he's kept in strict isolation away from the other patients. He's treated by Dr. Barnard (Susan Priver), but this case goes totally over her head as Phelleps seems to suffer from split personality that not only his mind but also his DNA, so she calls in Dr. London (Edward Furlong), a sleep specialist, who tries an experimental form of mind meld that uses psychopharmaka that sounds way too experimental to be exactly legal, but that actually works and Dr. London manages to enter Fhelleps' mind and finds out that he might actually be possessed by an alien parasite. But during this treatment, Fhelleps manages to escape, and since he has long taken over all of the other inmates minds, he has them attack the staff and makes good his getaway. But from the mind meld, Dr. London knows where Fhelleps might be heading for - he wants to get back together with his daughter, whom he molested all these years ago, as she's also infected with the alien parasite, to impregnate her with plenty of alien parasite offspring. And if he succeeds in that, humankind as we know it might just as well head towards extinction ...


Ok, I don't know whether my synopsis doesn't sound a little confusing, and it certainly doesn't do the movie much justice, as in many ways, Unspeakable: Beyond the Wall of Sleep is a throwback to sci-fi/horror from the 1980s, complete with mostly practical effects, while still remaining very modern in style and harking back to actual H.P. Lovecraft motives and imagery. Now add to this a swift directorial effort, fast-paced storytelling and a very solid cast featuring quite a few beloved veterans (e.g. Ginger Lynn as Dr. London's wife, and Steve Railsback and Bai Ling as doctors), and you've got yourself pretty cool genre entertainment.


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Luana Ribeira, Rudy Barrow and Rami Hilmi
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