Unspeakable Trailer

Unspeakable Trailer (2003)

01 December 2003 Horror, Thriller 108 mins

A flawed attempt to map the mind of a brutal serial killer leads to a horrifying battle for survival in director Thomas Wright's visceral thriller. Despite vocal objections from Warden Blakely (Dennis Hopper), prison psychologist Diana Purlow journeys deep inside the mind of serial killer Jesse Mowat (Pavan Grover) in a desperate attempt to reveal the source of his psychotic tendencies.

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Cast

Dina Meyer

as Dr Diana Purlow

Dennis Hopper

as Warden

Luce Rains

as Prison Doctor

Pavan Grover

as Jesse Mowat

Lance Henriksen

as Jack Pitchford

Jeff Fahey

as Governor

Michelle Wolff

as Littlefield

Mark Voltura

as Littlefield's Partner

J.D. Garfield

as Federale Colonel

Michael Crabtree

as Lieutenant

Anthony Dilio

as Guard #2

International Releases Dates

United States 01 December 2003

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