The Unnamable, The / Unnamable Returns details
|Starring:||Alexandra Durrell, Maria Ford, Charles Klausmeyer, Mark Kinsey Stephenson, Charles King|
|18 Disc 1|
The Unnamable Returns
|18 Disc 2|
|Run time:||3 hours 2 minutes|
|Rental release:||22 Nov 2004|
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excellentBy a customer from england , 03 Apr 2006
[Highly rated reviewer]a throughly enjoyable watch. good story. funny and mildly scary. a good time had by all.
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Personally, I wouldn't....again!By Rustyfilms (154 reviews) from Bradford , 14 May 2013I rented this title early May 2013 and at this time, both these films are not available, only the sequel arrived and when I asked why, both titles are not yet available, they will be in future but if you are reading this round about this date, I would wait if I were you. Anyway, I watched the film, remembering the original, and now I'm quite pleased I won't be seeing the first one again. I saw these films in my teens and it just proved that nostalgia is not always a good thing!
Average watchBy jokerstarrotts (9 reviews) from Watford , 07 Jan 2011It follows on neatly from the first installment. You have to remember that if you watch this now - after 10 plus years of better effects you will be disappointed! The story is ok, moves at a reasonable pace. The outsome is what you would expect. It fills an hour or so!
UNRATABLE!!!By a customer from Kingston Upon Hull , 02 Dec 2009That's what this movie should be renamed. Utter trash! I can't remember ever seeing a worse movie than this. If that is meant to scare you then, heaven help us the movie making business is in trouble. Now I'd wished I'd watched I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here... instead, and that is saying something !!!!
h.p loved his craft.By martin wathen from melksham,wilts. , 14 Jun 2007even though it's not aged well,it's still better than the watered down crap all the major studios churn out at the moment.
Un-LovecraftableBy Zaroff (53 reviews) from Hay on Wye , 17 Dec 2006Taking perhaps one of the few writers that doesnt readily translate to screen, like old H.P. Lovecraft, & trying cheaply must be writ in the lawbooks by now surely, as being something one can be prosecuted for. Or at least as a thou shalt not try, lest thou hast some wit about thee.
The original short story is the kick off point. After that idea, namely the credits, all goes bizarrely & lamely downhill.
Entertainment of this magnitude is best described as indescribable...& that sentance makes as much sense as these Un-nameable films. Ghastly & barely legal.