Commentary Tracks of the Damned: Incubus

by Leonard Pierce


  • Turning a stark, moody story of Satanic horror into a silly, pompous mess of a movie, and further ensuring no one would like it by having the ludicrous dialogue spoken in the invented “universal language” of Esperanto
  • Hiring Conrad Hall, one of the greatest cinematographers of all time, to pretty up the film in hopes that no one would notice how ridiculous it is
  • Literally destroying the lives of a number of the actors and crew involved with the movie, yet somehow sparing William Shatner

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