Unseen (2002)





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A scientist discovers what you can't see really can hurt you in this horror story. Dr. Peter Jensen (Richard Hatch) is a professor of archeology who is leading a group of students on a research assignment, in which they hope to explore an ancient Native American burial site. Or at least that's what Jensen has told most of his students; it turns out that Jensen and a few of his underlings actually have a plan to raid the site and bring home as many Indian artifacts as they can find, which will fetch them a fortune on the black market. Not all of the students think this is a good idea, and the Indian hieroglyphics in the cave where the burial site is located warns of a evil force which will take revenge on those who tamper with the site. While Jensen and his partners scoff at this, they discover that this is no legend -- and worst of all, the beast that is determined to do them in is not only powerful and deadly, but invisible. Unseen Evil also stars Tim Thomerson and Robbie Rist.
R (violence, language, nudity)
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Richard Hatch
as Dr. Peter Jensen
Cindy Pena
as Dana
Jere Jon
as Williams
Benjamin Cline
as Native Elder
Vincent Whipple
as Native Brave
Herve Estrada
as Native Elder #2
Daryl Berg
as Native Girl
Mark Craig
as Ranger
Mike Satin
as Ranger #2
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In Unseen Evil, a group of archaeologists (led by Battlestar Galactica regular Richard Hatch) head into the forest to uncover an ancient Native burial ground. Unbeknownst to some of the members, the group intends to steal all of the valuable artifacts, rather than dig them up and study them. Either way, the group is attacked by a literal unseen evil, a prehistoric alien beast that is pretty much a carbon copy of predator, making itself invisible and hunting the team down one by one. The invisible angle is used pretty much the whole movie, which seems lame at first, but when you see the bad computer graphic alien they use for this film, you'll think the invisible alien works best. The two good-looking lead women don't get naked unfortunately, but we're treated to a great nude native at the very beginning of the film. Aside from Hatch, horror/sci-fi aficionados are also treated with an appearance by the great Tim Thomerson (Trancers, Dollman, etc) who plays a park ranger in the film. Would've liked to have seen a better fleshed out role from him, but either way, his presence in this somewhat crappy film is a plus. Directed by once promising director Jay Woelfel (who debuted with the artful, yet sadistic Beyond Dream's Door, yet has never managed to do better), Unseen Evil has bits of fun and entertaining schlock on an ultra-low budget, however most folks will think this movie is beyond bad. For what it's worth, it has its moments but I would recommend this to fans of low budget trash, especially ones that are major Predator rip-offs.

Jason Duron
Jason Duron

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