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The Unknown
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Directed By
Karl Kozak

Written By:
Karl Kozak, Don J. Rearden

Miles O'Keeffe, Jack Conley, Nathaniel Arcand, Michael Bailey Smith, Cooper Huckabee, Christian Boeving, David 'Shark' Fralick, Lee Purcell, Don Brady, Walter Dalton, Paul Gagné, Casey LaBow, Andrew James Allen, Dylan Purcell, Brandon Henschel, Chelsea Hobbs, Bill Bragg, John Patrick Lowrie, Andrew James Allen, Cecil Cheeka, Susan Connors, Maureen Hawkins, Art Hickman, John LoPresti, Nancy Slick, Hunor Tasnadi

The Unknown (2005)
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Movie Review by Movie Addict
September 14th, 2008

Casey LaBow's first film

What to say about a formula that has been used over and over with just a change in actors and settings.

Something is in the woods. No, it is not a grizzly as the Deliverance-like poacher claims it is. And, no, it is not Casey LaBow. She hasn't arrived there yet.

We all know what it is because we have seen so many of these films. So why are we watching this one? Maybe we are just hoping for something different.

Next thing you know Richard (Dylan Purcell) and Jay (Brandon Henschel) are assigned to work together on a report for Biology class. We don't really know why, but it is crucial to the plot so they do it. They bring along Jay's girlfriend Shea (Casey LaBow) and his cousin Jenny (Chelsea Hobbs), who has a thing for Richard. Now, we may have a reason to watch this film.

Jay is just what we expected. The only contribution he makes is to take a shot of Shea (Casey LaBow) as she is changing closes and put her in Mr. Skin's database.

That's all for the movie as it follows a predictable path from here on out. 10 seconds of excitement out of 85 minutes. Boring.

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