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Revision as of 22:07, 5 December 2015

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Also Known As

  • Gemidos en la oscuridad (Spain)
  • Karanligin Içinden (Turkey)
  • Kælderen (Denmark)
  • Les secrets de l'invisible (France)
  • Näkymätön voima (Finland)
  • O Mistério do Invisível (Portugal)
  • The Unseen (Poland)
  • The Unseen - Das unsichtbare Böse (Germany)
  • To kelari tou tromou (Greece)

Taglines

  • The unknown brings terror. The UNSEEN ... DEATH
  • If you've never been frightened by a movie before, you've never encountered the terror of THE UNSEEN!
  • Three Beautiful Women. An Old Museum. And An Unspeakable Terror Hidden In Darkness ... Until Now!
  • In the Darkness It Lives.
  • The Ultimate Hidden Terror!

Main Details

  • Released in 1981
  • Color
  • Running Time: 90 Min
  • Distribution Co: World Northal (1981) (USA) (theatrical) | Les Films Jacques Leitienne (1982) (France) (theatrical) | Creswin Distribution (1983) (Canada) (theatrical)

Cast and Crew

  • Directed by Danny Steinmann (as Peter Foleg)
  • Written by Danny Steinmann, Danny Steinmann, Stan Winston, Thomas R. Burman, Michael L. Grace, Kim Henkel, Nancy Rifkin
  • Starring Barbara Bach, Sydney Lassick, Karen Lamm, Douglas Barr, Lois Young, Lelia Goldoni, Maida Severn, Stephen Furst
  • Produced by Don Behrns, Howard Goldfarb, Anthony B. Unger
  • Original Music by Michael J. Lewis
  • Cinematography by Roberto A. Quezada
  • Film Editing by Jonathon Braun
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