A vile and perverse horror film that manages to be interesting and compelling nonetheless, THE UNSEEN follows Bach, a news reporter who travels with two colleagues to Solveg, California, for a Danish festival. The festival is obviously a popular one, because the trio can't find lodging and is forced to stay overnight in an eerie mansion owned by TEXAS CHAIN SAW-type patriarch Lassick. Lassick and his sister, Goldoni, harbor some taboo secrets. Not only did Lassick kill his father; he also had an incestuous relationship with Goldoni, which produced a substandard son (Furst), who remains "unseen" in the basement. Bach's character, poor as it is (as usual, she must have...