From legendary horror author H.P. Lovecraft, Jean-Paul Ouellette’s The Unnamable is coming to Blu-ray and DVD from Unearthed Films this October. Restored as a beautiful 4k scan and color corrected from the original negative, the 1st 2,000 units ordered come with a limited edition slip sleeve.
“Limited edition to 2,000 units with a slip sleeve cover for the Blu-ray, and then we go to the normal cover everyone knows from the 80’s after 2,000 units have sold. The DVD is the cover everyone has seen and loves. Slip sleeve is purely limited to Blu-ray.” – Stephen Biro, CEO of Unearthed Films
You can check out a list of special features below along with the Blu-ray cover art. After looking through that, make sure to let us know what you think in the comments section or on Facebook and/or Twitter!
- Video interview with actors, Charles Klausmeyer and Mark Kinsey Stephenson
- Video interview with actor, Eben Ham
- Video interview with actor, Laura Albert
- Video interview with actor, Mark Parra
- Video interviews with R. Christopher Biggs, special makeup effects artist and makeup artist, Camille Calvet
- Audio commentary with Charles Klausmeyer, Mark Stephenson, Laura Albert, Eben Ham, Camille Calvet and R. Christopher Biggs
The film is written and directed by Jean-Paul Ouellette based on the short story by H.P. Lovecraft. It stars Charles Klausmeyer, Mark Kinsey Stephenson, Alexandra Durrell, Laura Albert, Eben Ham, Blane Wheatley, Mark Parra, Delbert Spain, and Colin Cox.
It was produced by Ouellette along with Terry Benedict and Dean Ramser. Michael Haley was an associate producer and Paul White was executive producer. The Unnamable is coming to Blu-ray and DVD from Unearthed Films this October 23rd. Pre-order HERE.
College students from Miskatonic University who retreat to an early 18th-century mansion for a weekend of lust are stalked by a fatalistic female in this horror film taken from a story by H.P. Lovecraft. The demon delights in tearing the limbs off her human victims to carry out a centuries-old family curse. Bloody graphic violence and nudity is combined with some campy comedy.