Inkubus

2011

Action / Horror

29
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 20%
IMDb Rating 3.9 10 978

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Robert Englund as Inkubus
William Forsythe as Ret. Detective Gil Diamante
Jonathan Silverman as Officer Tech
Joey Fatone as Detective Tom Caretti
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Reviewed by M MALIK 3 / 10

Robert Englund Gives a Interesting Performance

Inkubus 2011 is a independent horror suspense film but all efforts get wasted due to the sudden change of tone in the middle that not only affects the pace but messes up a great film.

i saw this film today and i would say its a half good half bad film the direction is fine but i wanted to see more of the character Inkubus & what he is really about as this started with a great narrative structure that kept me hooked for a while as soon as the characters are introduced specially the demon Inkubus,they are all talking and it becomes a sort of dialog oriented the way Inkubus was talking about life,death,magic & why he kills people it could have been a blast of a film if it held down the usual cheap action thriller mode it went into during the second half.

Inkubus was interesting character played by Robert Englund here it's kind of a more serious version of real life mythological Incubus.

the plot:a demon named Inkubus in form of a man appears at a police station & he explains everything all the cops are in fear as their lives are at risk.

the whole cast is a waste,Michelle Ray Smith is a eye candy,Robert Englund who plays the lead bad guy gives a good performance he reminds me of Ben Kingsley somehow his acting is very similar too.

the makers really messed up here it was a big opportunity if only the character's back story & script was more build better then instantly just jumping on to killing cops scenes or showing magic tricks to them or usual nonsense Inkubus would have made a average good flick.

production values are fine even for a low budget flick sure the project has flaws but hey the dialogs were great.

from start & till the interrogation scene it was good but as soon as Inkubus makes himself invisible it went downhill boring & it was a clear sign that the film will fail,i enjoyed this film but in parts.

Overall Inkubus 2011 belongs to Robert Englund he nailed the role with his good acting but sadly it is not enough my rating is 3/10.

Reviewed by d_in_chi 3 / 10

Just plain bad

Inkubus is quite simply a bad movie.

There are a few bright spots:

The setting is pretty terrifying thanks to solid directing and camera-work, but it serves as only a backdrop, overshadowed by a cornball story.

Robert Englund is absolutely awesome, but the performance (very believable for a demon) is totally wasted, surrounded by a horrendous supporting cast.

From the get-go, we're shown exactly how the A plot will unfold, and it's obvious that Inkubus is invincible. This adds up to a one-sided affair without a hint of suspense. Sadly, this means the only thing that could have improved this movie is more gore, and more deaths. The only route given is for the film to expand on a spooky back story, which it doesn't do satisfyingly.

Still, I'd actually recommend this for fans of Englund, or people who are interested in the demonic. There is entertainment value here... unfortunately it's all delivered under the guise of having a story. I would have much preferred to just watch Englund doing an 80 minute monologue as a demon.

Reviewed by Woodyanders 8 / 10

Nifty horror movie

A skeleton crew of cops working in a police station that's on the verge of closing find themselves being terrorized by an ancient lethal demon (a superbly creepy and understated performance by noted genre icon Robert Englund). Director Glenn Ciano, working from a compact script by Carl V. Dupree, relates the absorbing story at a steady pace, makes the most out of the dark claustrophobic central location, delivers plenty of nasty graphic gore, and does a solid job of creating a spooky atmosphere as well as building a good deal of tension. The sound acting by the able cast holds the picture together, with especially sturdy work by William Forsythe as the troubled Detective Gil Diamonte, Joey Fatone as the no-nonsense Detective Tom Caretti, Jonathan Silverman as the jumpy Officer Tech, Tom Paolino as the macho Officer Meat, and Mike Cerrone as the amiable Officer Mudge. Englund's cruel and cunning supernatural villain rates as a frighteningly sadistic piece of twisted work. Ben DeLuca's sharp cinematography provides an appropriately bleak look. Mauro Colangelo's shivery score does the spine-tingling trick. A worthwhile fright feature.

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