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Unspeakable 2002

Unspeakable ★½ 2002 (R)

A shrink is sickened when her fancy-pants mind machine shows lots of icky and—could it be?—inhuman stuff going on inside the serial killer's head. Things get funky when he flies the coop after outlasting the electric chair, making the hotheaded warden (Hopper) lose face (really). 109m/C VHS, DVD . Michele J. Wolff, Marco Rodriguez, Dina Meyer, Lance Henriksen, Dennis Hopper, Luke McCoubrey, Jim Helton, Jonah Moran, Ron Pantane, Adam Zuckerman; D: Thomas J. Wright; W: Luke McCoubrey; C: Antonio Calvache; M: Jeff Marsh. VIDEO

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