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Variety | ‘The Unspoken’ Review

Variety

“The Unspoken” kicks off with so many ham-handed, over-italicized omens that you’d be forgiven for thinking the movie was a satire. A cop investigating a disturbance at a remote house happens upon a car with a crucifix hanging from the mirror. Then the crucifix is suddenly upside down. In the house, a pot of something-or-other is boiling away on the stove, and the body of a priest drops down from the ceiling. How dead is he? He’s hung from the neck, his wrists are slit, and a crucifix is carved — upside down! — into his forehead.

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