• Color
  • 2000
  • 81 MIN
  • Dolby Digital Sound

Directed by Chad Ferrin
Starring Roger Kline, Timothy Muskatell, Tina Birchfield and Wolf Danger as Hell

Troma Entertainment proudly introduces Chad Ferrin’s Unspeakable, an intense film experience, sure to solidify its place in history with “Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer” and “Combat Shock”. Stylishly dark yet incredibly entertaining, Unspeakable is the story of a man emotionally demolished by the death of his only daughter, and seeking answers with a straight razor. James and Alice Fhelleps (Roger Cline, Tamera Noll) struggle through their exhausted marriage. Amidst middle-class complacency, the only joy in Jim’s life is his beloved daughter Heather (Leigh Silver). She is his angel and reason for living. One night Jim’s life is completely devastated by a cataclysmic car accident. From the wreckage, following a terrible collision, Jim is left cradling the bloody, broken body of his daughter. There on the road, Jim’s world comes crashing down. Heather is dead and his wife Alice is confined to a wheelchair vulnerable to the corrupted sexual desires of her caretaker (Timothy Muskatell). Tortured by hallucinations, Jim’s inward flight reverses into an explosion of violence. He strikes back at the world with uninhibited fury. Armed with a straight razor he turns the streets to blood, slicing his way through the urban decay. The carnage piles up as high as the city’s garbage. Jim’s victims are as varied and myriad as the city’s citizens from whores to fraudulent religious leaders. His quest into the realm of violence and death brings him closer to his deceased daughter. She speaks to him through his bloody straight razor begging for resurrection. But will it really happen? The truth is Unspeakable!
Unspeakably fierce, unspeakably shocking, and virtually unforgettable, Unspeakable is a stunning Tromasterpiece.