Englund’s Inkubus

Inkubus or “Robert Englund in non-cameo shock!” stars the legend from Nightmare on Elm Street as the demon Inkubus, a creature hell-bent on destroying the one man who almost captured him thirteen years ago – Detective Gil Diamante (William Forsythe).

Shot in just 15 days, director / writer Glenn Ciano has gone on record as saying he wanted the film to be a “nuts and guts” throw-back to the 80’s genre film.

What’s it about?!

A ghastly beheading calls Detective Caretti (Joey Fatone) back to Woodhaven police station, where the skeleton crew find themselves in for a long and deadly night as the demon Inkubus (Robert Englund) returns. With a murderous legacy dating back to the middle-ages, Inkubus is on a mission of vengeance and will do anything to kill his old adversary Detective Gil Diamante (William Forsythe).

Englund, Forsythe, buckets of blood and at an inoffensive 77 minutes running time, Inkubus looks like a winner. Review to follow.

Inkubus is a Woodhaven Production, produced by Chad A. Verdi & Michael Corrente, written by Glenn Ciano & Carl V. Dupre and directed by Glenn Ciano.

INKUBUS will be released by Trinity X on DVD in the UK on Monday 6th February 2012.

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