No Telling (2002) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
NO TELLING offers a compelling twist on the “don’t mess with Mother Nature” theme familiar to fans of sci-fi and horror films. When Lillian Gaines moves to the country with her medical researcher husband Geoffrey for a quiet summer retreat, she never suspects that meeting activist Alex Vine will force her to confront her deepest fears about the man she married, and the bizarre experiments under way in his lab.
Maverick filmmaker Larry Fessenden¹s NO TELLING is a film of brutal honesty and conviction in its exploration of the personal toll taken by environmental and animal abuses. VARIETY writes that HABIT, NO TELLING and WENDIGO “comprise an accomplished, unofficial trilogy of urban paranoia, alienation and metaphysical dread.”
About No Telling (2002)
Starring: Stephen Ramsey, David van Tieghem, Miriam Healy-Louie, Ashley Arcemont
Runtime: 93 minutes
Director: Larry Fessenden