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Inkubus

3.0 out of 5 stars 78 customer reviews

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Upon the discovery of a grisly murder, a team of police working the graveyard shift are terrorized by the mysterious arrival of the century-old demon Inkubus. During their gruesome and violent battle, a detective realizes the demon has returned from his past, intent on settling a score. Starring horror icon Robert Englund, Inkubus is a spine-tingling fright fest where the powers of good and evil are put to the test.

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  • Actors: Robert Englund, William Forsythe, Joey Fatone, Jonathan Silverman
  • Directors: Glenn Ciano
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Screen Media
  • DVD Release Date: February 21, 2012
  • Run Time: 88 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (78 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0068MNNLW
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #61,334 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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I wasn't expecting much from "Inkubus," so was pleasantly surprised (or is the right word, "horrified!") to see Robert Englund turn in an incredible performance which left me looking away from the screen only a couple of times (o.k., there are a couple of rather gross scenes in the film).

I recommend "Inkubus" for any fan of the Nightmare on Elm Street Films and horror flicks in general!
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I know what you are thinking. How good can a horror film be with Joey Fatone from N'Sync being in it. Let me tell you it can be one of the most original and fun horror films you can see in years. The film revolves around Robert's character who has just walked into a police station carrying a severed head. This happens in the first 10 minutes. It gets much much better from there. The amazing dynamic is seeing Robert go toe to toe with William Forsythe who portrays a retired police officer chasing after Robert from the old days. Well written and sharply acted (even by Fatone), this is one of those horror gems that comes once in a great while. Robert is hasn't been this sadistic since the first Nightmare on Elm Street. Truly one for the ages check it out.
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The movie opens with a weird "It's Alive" scene. A creature that should only inhabit Sigourney Weaver is performing its own c-section. After the credits we see Detective Tom (Joey Fatone) who is in a straight jacket telling us about what happened that night at the police station...even the stuff that happened when he wasn't present. Tom makes love to fellow officer Erin Cole (Michelle Ray Smith) a woman who keeps her bra on while love making, apparently something she learned from watching Natalie Portman films. During the course of a homicide investigation, the Inkubus (Robert Englund) shows up with the victim's head and confesses to gruesome crimes that date back 100's of years.

He tells us the Inklubus story and why he is there. Then things get weird, but not intense or frighting. If you have enjoyed the cocky supernatural bad guy Robert Englund before, by all means check it out. What is unfortunate is that the supporting cast really didn't have any decent lines or personality. William Forsythe plays a near lifeless man, which was his role, but it made things a bit boring. If you enjoy the supernatural havoc at the police station stuff, check out "The Traveler" with Val Kilmer.

F-bomb, sex, no nudity (thanks Natalie)
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With all the actors in this movie, you would think it would have been a better film. The concept or storyline was never really made very clear. The audience has to pick up bits and pieces as it goes and put the backstory together, since the film starts at the end of the excitement, the chaos and supposedly the bad guy is dead. **SPOILER The current police chief opens up exactly where the previous police chief is just on the verge of healing from and does not need a big push backwards. But it must have something to do with that always lucky number "13" years later , the bad guy just appears again and starts creating the same chaotic havoc. Enough blood/gore . Not too sure about the storyline. I wouldn't waste my time on it again.
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All told, Inkubus was better than expected, but not as good as it could've been. I was especially surprised by producer and star Joey Fatone (yes, that Joey Fatone) in his ability to pretty convincingly portray a man wrongly believed to be insane, even if his general delivery through the majority of the film fell flat. The intensely choppy sex scenes throughout the film did little more than provide time to unwind between one exhibition of unsettling violence and gore and the next. Perhaps the most glaring issue, at least for me, was that the supposed Incubus, a demon both fueled by and eliciting lust, only exhibited this aspect once out of several murders.
Please don't take this to mean, though, that I consider the film completely unsalvageable. Again, Fatone did play into the "I know it sounds crazy, but I'm not" vibe surprisingly well and, despite the apparent necessity of explaining the entire plot, Robert Englund delivered his signature mixture of charm and outlandish creepiness, playing well against a convincingly grizzled William Forsythe. I couldn't really recommend this one in general, but it's not too bad if story isn't too important compared to sheer violence.
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Ok. I really liked this movie. It could be that I've watched a few this week, found footage, shot in abandoned insane asylums, that were beyond bad, so maybe Inkubus was the refreshing change that sparked some light in my boring horror~filled week. It might have been some great names and performances by Robert Englund (stellar-ly creepy and provocatively bad), a fine Joey Fatone performance and the adorable Jonathan Silverman among others that I found to be equally as good. Yes, if you are a die hard horror movie afficienado then you know that 1 out of 10 -20 horror movies, if you're lucky, ever have even a minor creep factor so I'd say this was on the top portion of my 100`s list; not perfect, not super scary, not many scare factors , a little goryier than my usual preference but all in all a solid, well acted movie. Yes, perhaps some gaps but found myself engrossed so if other errors and incohesive scenes occurred I didn't realize it! Enjoyed this little gem!
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