First Trailer for Horror Thriller 'The Unspoken' with Jodelle Ferland

October 12, 2016
Source: YouTube

The Unspoken Trailer

"Let me introduce you to Adrian… Just so you know, Adrian isn't your typical nine-year-old…" Paladin has released a trailer for a supernatural horror thriller titled The Unspoken, from director Sheldon Wilson. Jodelle Ferland stars as a young babysitter of a nine-year-old boy whose father was killed years earlier in the same house their still living in. Obviously things start to get scary. The cast includes Sunny Suljic as Adrian, plus Neal McDonough, Pascale Hutton, Matt Bellefleur, Rukiya Bernard and others. This looks like yet another typical evil-child horror movie, similar to The Omen or The Bad Seed or Joshua or Orphan. There's plenty of them already, and this one just doesn't look like it has anything different to offer.

Here's the first official trailer (+ poster) for Sheldon Wilson's The Unspoken, direct from YouTube:

The Unspoken

"The root of all evil awaits." In 1997 the Anderson family vanished from their home without a trace. No bodies were ever found. For 17 years the house has remained undisturbed… until now. The Unspoken is both written and directed by Canadian filmmaker Sheldon Wilson, of mostly cheesy TV movies previously including Shark Killer, Cold Spring, Mothman, Screamers: The Hunting, Shallow Ground, Kaw, Mega Cyclone and Snowmageddon. This was produced by Jamie Goehring, of mostly TV movies previously as well. It first premiered at Film4 FrightFest in London in 2015. Paladin will release Wilson's The Unspoken in theaters starting October 28th later this month, just in time for Halloween. Anyone curious about this?

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So kind of them to show us all the kills beforehand.

DAVIDPD on Oct 12, 2016


So...pretty much EVERY supernatural horror movie cliche...ever?

RAW_D on Oct 12, 2016


Bills I get every month are scarier than this. And people who make films like this should feel the real scare of bills like mine since this plague of bad horrors is becoming offensive to reason ...

shiboleth on Oct 12, 2016


Still with the devil nonsense.

Carpola on Oct 12, 2016


Ahh, The Bad Seed. Classic.

grimjob on Oct 12, 2016


young boys who look scary aren't scary paradoxically...

tarek on Oct 13, 2016

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