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The Unseen YTS
The Unseen YTS
1980
Action / Horror / Thriller
11
5.2/10
2.2K
1 hr 29 min

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Plot Summary:
A trio of female reporters find themselves staying overnight in a house occupied by a hostile being lurking in the basement
Director
Danny Steinmann
Top Cast
Barbara Bach as Jennifer Fast

Sydney Lassick as Ernest Keller

Douglas Barr as Tony Ross

Lelia Goldoni as Virginia Keller


The Unseen 1980 720p.BluRay

751.62 MB
1280*720
English 2.0
NR

Subtitles
23.976 fps
1 hr 29 min
Seeds 3.

The Unseen 1980 1080p.BluRay

1.43 GB
1920*1080
English 2.0
NR

Subtitles
23.976 fps
1 hr 29 min
Seeds 2.

The Unseen review

Reviewed by annablair-19191

7 / 10

Suspenseful
I had seen The Unseen on TV years ago, but I didn’t remember enjoying it that much. Something about it felt bland. Upon rewatching it a few nights ago, I was surprised by how well made and entertaining it was.

Three female reporters (including Barbara Bach) head up to Slovang, California to cover a big festival. There’s a mix up with their hotel room and they find themselves without a place to stay. An odd man (Sydney Lassick) offers them a room at his home and they accept. Little do they know that this will be a huge mistake that will put all their lives at risk.

The Unseen won’t get any major points for creative gore effects or inventive murders. In fact, that might be why I didn’t care for it much when I saw it, having been raised on Friday the 13th movies. The death scenes are unremarkable and a little boring, but the story surrounding them is far better than most of the junk they’d throw into slasher films around this time. The characters actually have arcs and things to do and don’t just sit around waiting to be killed off.

Barbara Bach is beautiful and handles herself fine during the finale when she’s drenched in rain, mud, and blood, but she’s a little comatose throughout the rest of the film. She’s likable enough, but one does wonder what a more interesting actress would have done with the role. Lassick is at his creepy best and Lelia Goldoni as his put upon wife might just steal the show in a role that has precious few lines, but a lot of presence. She’s playing for maximum Greek tragedy and she’s wonderful. Stephen Furst of Animal House fame shows up in a totally unrecognizable role and brings his character a ton of unexpected pathos even under pounds of prosthetics. It’s a marvel of a performance.

The Unseen could have used a little more thought and detail put into the murder set pieces to make them scarier and a little more creative, but the rest of the package is so interesting that it’s not that big of a deal.Read More