The Incubus (1982). Just. See. It.

Paraphrased: “Her uterus was ruptured… There were ungodly amounts of semen near the crime scene… So much semen! SEMEN EVERYWHERE! This couldn’t have been the work of one man!”

Later on… “No, this HAS to have been the work of one man.”

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Now picture John Cassavetes saying that over and over again (for that’s all that happens in the movie), with a puzzled look on his face (but nowhere near as puzzled and disturbed of a look as it should be).

This is ALL you need to hear about The Incubus. This is not a cop out. I already told you it was made in the early 80s… what more could you need beyond the information provided?! Just see it. I’m not sure what John Cassavetes’ deal is with starring in movies about devil rape, but he owns it.

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OK fine, one more thing worth mentioning–“older” flicks like this were great for terrible costumes. Every monster just looks like a guy in a painted Green Man suit. You can see terrible costumes like this in Gargoyles (1972). Best believe that movie will be a future post.

My mom will not appreciate this post, but I get my sarcasm from her side of the family.

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About sheedzor2390

My parents let me watch just about whatever I wanted as a tot. Let me tell you, watching The Exorcist at 7-years-old will make you tough as nails. I believe I am better for it. One of my life goals is to be in a crappy, low-budge horror flick. The best time of year? Halloween, when all the best of the worst movies are played. My Netflix suggestions? Macabre. Romantic comedies? Kafkaesque. On the other hand, I do enjoy a good romantic tragedy.
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2 Responses to The Incubus (1982). Just. See. It.

  1. noreen sheedy says:

    the incubus is a classic….for those of us over 50!!! and personally, i love john cassavettes. and who doesnt love a good devil rape movie?!

  2. John s says:

    Great movie even better sound track

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