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A TV reporter (Barbara Bach) and two friends head to Solvang, California, to cover a Danish festival. When a mix-up at the hotel leaves them stranded without hotel rooms, the girls accept the invitation of a friendly museum owner to board at his farmhouse.
But what the women don't know is that something is living in the basement of that farmhouse. Something unspeakable. And their stay soon becomes a horrific nightmare when they encounter the "unseen". From an original story by make up legends Stan Winston (PUMPKINHEAD) & Tom Burman, written by Kim Henkel of TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE fame and directed by Danny Steinmann of SAVAGE STREETS. now witness the horror from a brand new HD master from the original negatives which is two minutes longer than the previous release!
Great horror film. Been trying to remember what it was called. I'd give it a higher score if it wasn't for that annoying guy and his crazy thoughts. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Roxanne Stein
Barbara Bach is great to look at, but this is a typical late 60s or early 70s horror flick. Don't waste your money.Published 5 months ago by Atlas 1943
Transfer wise, this Scorpion Releasing "The Unseen" BD is a step up from the Code Red DVD.Published 7 months ago by Lyhue Wynegar
The Unseen, is a perfect example of a good movie. It's more of a drama than straight up horror, & although it contains a little exploitation DNA, it's hard to decide what... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Dan the monster movie fan