The Unspoken

Synopsis: 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.
Genre: Horror, Thriller
91 min

That was a long time ago,

and besides, no one knows

what really happened.

The family just vanished.


TV still on, car left out back,

food on the table.

Whatever happened,

it wasn't good.

I don't want you to go.

They're paying good money

and you know my dad

hasn't been working.

Angela, please.

At least let me go with you.

Tell me I didn't

just see that.

Don't touch me again,

you hear?

I told you, I don't go

that way.

You suck.

You're really messed up,

you know that?

That was uh...

Pretty hot, pandy.

Yeah, real hot.

Shut up, the both of you!

What's going on here, pandy?

The girl's got issues,

what do you want me to say?

You exchanging love notes?

It's an address.

She's got a job interview.

Not at the briar house,

she don't.

She said someone

just moved in.

Bullshit, we were just

out there,

no one's living in that place-

shut it, Rodney.

Who did she say she was

meeting out there?

Why the sudden interest?

Who did she say

she was meeting?

You're hurting me!

Who, pandy?

I don't know, alright?!

It's some babysitting gig!

Everyone in the truck.

We're gonna go see

for ourselves.

I'm so sorry.

Can I help you?

I... I um...

Everything ok out here?



Mrs. Harris at...

At the daycare, she said you

might be looking for some help.

Oh, you must be Angela.

Oh, thank you so much

for coming out here.

How are you doing on those

basement windows, Mr. Walker?

They've been kicked in

pretty good, probably kids.

They'll need replacing.

You want me to go ahead

and seal them up

with some plywood for now?

Whatever you think is best.


He's kind of a creepy guy,

but he's the only handyman i

could get to come out here.

Creepy might be

an understatement.

Come on, let me introduce

you to Adrian.

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