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The Unseen
Year:
1980
Country:
USA
Genre:
Thriller, Horror
IMDB rating:
4.5
Director:
Danny Steinmann
Sydney Lassick as Ernest Keller
Lelia Goldoni as Virginia Keller
Barbara Bach as Jennifer Fast
Douglas Barr as Tony Ross (as Doug Barr)
Lois Young as Vicki Thompson
Karen Lamm as Karen Fast
Storyline: Freelance reporter Jennifer and her two friends, Karen and Vicki, accept an invitation for cheap room and board in a large farmhouse offered by a friendly, but shady, museum owner named Ernest Keller since all the motels in and around town are booked for a holiday parade fair Jennifer is covering. But unknown to the women, some unseen "thing" has been living in the basement of the house for over 20 years and is looked after by Keller and his shy sister Virginia, in which the "thing" soon gets out and begins harassing and killing the women one by one in various violent, but seemingly accidental, means.
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Reviews
Awful Movie
I purchased this movie at a car boot sale, so I was not expecting it to be a horror movie on the same level as A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) or The Hills Have Eyes (1977) but I thought that it would still be fairly enjoyable to watch. However, it proved to be not at all enjoyable, but instead the acting and the general movie was mock-able, such as the ways the the 'unsees killer' murders his victims and how all of the people killed just happen to be young blonde women. It was a stereotypical horror film. I say this because of the following reasons:

1) Three blonde women in danger, the majority get killed. 2) One survives by crawling around in the dark while being chased by the killer. 3) Surprise surprise, help arrives in the form of a shotgun!

By using three simple points, I have saved you two odd hours by summarising this poor excuse of a horror movie, so you are now lucky enough to not have to watch it.
2009-08-13
Underrated 80's horror with TOP casting
It's true that Danny Steinmann's "The Unseen" is a simplistic horror thriller with a very predictable plot, no particular attempts for twists or surprises whatsoever and featuring literally every single cliché the genre has brought forward over the decades, but that doesn't necessarily make it a bad film. On the contrary, my friends and I were pleasantly surprised by this obscure but nevertheless intense little 80's shock- feature that mainly benefices from a handful of brutal images and a downright brilliant casting. The beautiful and ambitious reporter Jennifer Fast and two of her equally attractive friends travel to a little Californian town to shoot a documentary on the anniversary festival, but their hotel forgot to register their booking. In their search for a place to stay, the trio runs into the exaggeratedly friendly but suspicious museum curator Ernest Keller who invites the girls to stay at his remote countryside mansion. One by one the girls experience that Keller and his extremely introvert and submissive sister Victoria hide a dark and murderous secret inside their house. "The Unseen" can easily be described as a cheap and ultimately perverse amalgamation of the horror classics "Psycho" and "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre". The plot is a series of familiar themes that became notorious and endlessly imitated due to these two films, like twisted family secrets in the cellar, voyeurism, crazed inbred killers and a very unappetizing treatment of chickens. Still, I don't consider these to be negative remarks, as "The Unseen" is a completely unpretentious and modestly unsettling thriller that clearly never intended to be the greatest horror classic of the decade. Although the denouement of the plot is pretty clear quite fast, director Steinmann attempts to maintain the mystery by keeping the evil present in the house "unseen" like the title promised. The casting choices and acting performances are truly what lift this sleeper above the level of mediocre. Sydney Lassick, immortalized since his role as the overly anxious psychiatric patient Charley Cheswick in "One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest" is truly the ideal choice for the role of Ernest Keller. His persistent friendliness and almost naturally perverted appearance are exactly what the character needed. Also Stephen Furst, who eventually turns from the unseen into the seen, gives away a tremendous performance as "Junior". He looks and acts like an authentic handicapped man and his attempts to get close to Jennifer in the basement are genuinely unnerving. "The Unseen" is a slow and predictable but nevertheless potent early 80's film that will certainly appeal to fans of 70's exploitation and generally weird stuff.
2009-11-01
A creepy, perverse and underrated early 80's horror sleeper
Los Angeles TV news reporter Jennifer (the beautiful Barbara Bach of "The Spy Who Loved Me" fame) and her two assistants Karen (the appealingly spunky Karen Lamm) and Vicki (the pretty Lois Young, who not only gets killed first, but also bares her yummy bod in a tasty gratuitous nude bath scene) go to Solvang, California to cover an annual Danish festival. Since all the local hotels are booked solid, the three lovely ladies are forced to seek room and board at a swanky, but foreboding remote mansion owned by freaky Ernest Keller (deliciously played to geeky perfection by the late, great Sydney Lassick) and his meek sister Virginia (a solid Lelia Goldoni). Unfortunately, Keller has one very nasty and lethal dark family secret residing in his dank basement: a portly, pathetic, diapered, incest-spawned man-child Mongoloid named Junior (an alternately touching and terrifying portrayal by Stephen Furst; Flounder in "Animal House"), who naturally gets loose and wreaks some murderous havoc. Capably directed by Danny Steinmann, with uniformly fine acting from a sturdy cast, a compellingly perverse plot, excellent make-up by Craig Reardon, a nicely creepy atmosphere, a wonderfully wild climax, a slow, but steady pace, likable well-drawn characters, and a surprisingly heart-breaking final freeze frame (the incest subplot packs an unexpectedly strong and poignant punch), this unjustly overlooked early 80's psycho sleeper is well worth checking out.
2007-03-31
Ringo's wife meets Flounder
Since "The Unseen" is your basic B movie, the only reason to see it is that it stars Barbara Bach (Ringo Starr's wife), Stephen Furst (Flounder in "Animal House") and Sydney Lassick (Cheswith in "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" and also the principal in "Carrie"). No, seriously. That's the only reason to check it out: The Beatles, John Belushi and Stephen King are linked by a story of three women staying in a house inhabited by a carnivorous inbred! If only the founders of Solvang had predicted this! Sorry if I haven't done the greatest job describing the movie. It's just that a cast like this easily eclipses the movie, in my view. Granted, there are a few of the requirements for horror flicks, namely the bathtub scene. Otherwise, nothing significant here.

PS: Barbara Bach had previously starred in a similar movie with a similarly jaw-dropping cast. That movie was the Italian horror flick "L'isola delli uomini pesce" (called "Screamers" in the US), in which she co-starred with Mel Ferrer, aka Audrey Hepburn's ex. Yes, it's true. Ringo Starr's soon-to-be wife and Audrey Hepburn's ex co-starred in a movie about half-human, half-fish creatures.
2008-02-11
(In)B(r)ed & Breakfast: The Unseen (People) Under The Stairs of the Bates Motel
Three girls (an all-female media-crew, including cult-actress Barbara Bach, no less) visiting a small town to cover a festival, end up renting rooms in a house they should have avoided like the plague. Well-made little shocker, suffering a bit from some redundant dialogue-scenes and a rather thin plot-line (that doesn't do very well in hiding its secrets). One underlying theme in particular is quite disturbing (as in: vintage shock-material), and this is basically what the film thrives on. Performances & cinematography are pretty much above par (compared to many other late 70's/early 80's films in the same vein), but what really makes me recommend this film is the fairly long climax sequence in the basement setting. From the moment that "Keller Junior" character was introduced, his performance made my jaw drop open and it didn't close until the end of the film. A very pleasant surprise to see actor Sydney Lassick (who was funnily wacko in "One Flew Over The Cuckoo's nest", and now utterly demented in "The Unseen") take on one of the leading roles.
2009-11-04
Great fun, and scary as hell;
One of the better horror films of the 1980s, with superior production values and script and even the acting, which is unusual for a low-budget "monster" movie. A trio of TV types, all pretty young females, visit a small town for its annual festival, and all the area hotels being filled up, take up a kindly old man's offer to have them stay overnight in his home. Unfortunately, the messed-up offspring of his incestuous relationship wit his sister (the distinguished New York actress Lelia Goldoni) lives in the basement and just loves company to death. The legendary character actor Sidney Lassick steals the show as the kindly old man who is as homicidal as his demented son. The son is played by Stephen Furst, best known as Flounder from "Animal House." Barbara Bach, who was never much of an actress but who always looks great, even covered in mud and chicken poop, is the film's nominal star and TV actor Doug Barr plays her ex-boyfriend. Great sets, great suspense, and a lollapalooza of a third act. It does not end like you might expect. The gore is kept to a minimum, and everything, right down to the creepy old basement, feels very real. Wait until you get a load of Furst, who is not seen until the big showdown. A must see. One small warning: Furst plays a 300-lb. man with Down Syndrome, and he plays it extremely well. So I advise anyone with a Down Syndrome child or relative to approach with the utmost caution.
2012-10-02
TIRED PLOT, BUT OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCES. WORTH SEEING!
WARNING POSSIBLE SPOILERS CONTAINED HEREIN. The plot is not a new one: Three sexy chicks stay at a place where a brother and sister (who had incestuous relations) keep their deranged man-child in the basement. He, of course, kills off the girls one by one. Most of the movie is sleep inducing, but worth the watch. I was impressed with Sydney Lassick's performance as the seemingly kind, yet twisted brother/father to the murderous offspring. He definitely gave the part his all. Love the clothespins on his face routine. Beautiful. Then there is the mentally retarded guy in the cellar, amazingly played by Stephen Furst. He is both disturbing and hilarious with his mentally retarded mannerisms and groaning. The guy sticks a teddy bear in his underwear and blithers like a loon. Good lord, what a pure genius performance! Every time he's on the screen is a pleasure to watch. Get this movie just to see these two guys ham it up. If the plot begins to put you to sleep, fast forward until either one of these guys are on the screen. You won't be disappointed.
2004-05-23
So Unbelievably Bad, It's Good!
It's cheesy, it's creepy, it's gross, but that's what makes it so much fun. It's got over the top melodramatic moments that are just plain laughable. This movie is great to make fun of. Rent it for a good laugh.

The film centers around three women newscasters, during a time way before cellphones. They go to a small town to cover a festival, but they can't get a room to stay the night. And that's when they meet Ernest Keller. He's creepy in a Psycho kind of way. And he offers to let them stay at his home. But he doesn't tell them the truth about who lives there.

Stephen Furst's performance is so amazing as "The Unseen", that he really carries this film. Most of the movie is kind of dull, although finding out the truth of Ernest's family is kind of interesting.

Just seeing this cast in these scenes makes it worth a look. Barbara Bach and Doug Barr make nice eye candy.

I consider the movie an old gem, hard to find and worth a look.
2001-01-17
average horror movie
This was odd movie ,

There 3 girls calls who calls them self's the rat pack

Then come to do story about festival, but all the whole town is booked and they ended up going To another town

This man let's them start in his home, the wife was not happy about it at all

The movie is very predicable from the word go and it is really slowly moving at times

But the movie pack a pinch here and there , there were decent tense moments

But I expected it the thing a bit Scarry then it actually was.

The deaths were some week way to he killed

I didn't like the head less chicken parts , that was hard to Watch

The acting was really good and bit over the top in some parts of the movie

Which will make you laugh out loud

5 out of 10
2015-08-16
Good atmosphere saves a slow paced movie
The Unseen is done in a style more like old Hollywood mysteries than a horror show. The film is somewhat slow but lots of bizarre imagery keeps it the film alive and watchable. The basic idea of young girls stalked by something in the basement is old, but good acting and production make the movie worth watching. The movie is notable for its emotional impact and certainly not for any explicit action or special effects. I rated it an 8 out of 10.
2002-04-14
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