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Writer/Director Leslie Stevens was previously best-known as the boy behind the TV series "The Outer Limits", and it shows. Everything about this movie is moody, atmospheric and vaguely threatening, while still tinged with beauty. The true surprise is that "Incubus" is much better than just an extended Outer Limits. Shot in Large Sur on the central California coast in just two weeks and under a very tiny budget, the movie more than makes up for those limitations with an imaginative script, wonderful visuals and well-nuanced acting. William Shatner gives what I consider to be the most subtle, unmannered performance of his career as the protagonist -- a weary, wounded soldier. The succubus who aims to cause his downfall is more than ably portrayed by Allyson Ames, who would've been quite at home in any Bergman film. Bergman is, in fact, a reference point, with a several scenes obviously inspired by "Persona", "The Seventh Seal" and perhaps "Wild Strawberries". Another influences seem to be some of Kurosawa's early work and even Greek tragedies. Many folks consider the fact that each bit of dialogue (and even the credits) were in the Esperanto language, to be merely a gimmick. In fact, it was an inspired decision, and makes the movie independent of time and place; perfectly complimenting the otherworldly mood. Most of the actors do quite well with it, and after a several mins it sounds natural, and a bit like a cross between Swedish and Latin. There are a several niggling problems: the actress who portrays the older succubus has a poor declaimatory style, there are occasionally irrational plot turns, and worse -- the obtrusive subtitles that block out a huge swath of the screen. This was necessitated by the fact that only one print of the movie survived, and it had had French subtitles printed on it. When the print was rediscovered, director Stevens had to restore it for English-speaking audiences by blocking English subtitles over the top of the French! I gotta mention the score, by Outer Limits composer Dominic Frontiere, which perfectly compliments the film. Conrad Hall's cinematography is at times breathtaking -- especially in one stage where Shatner wanders through a field by moonlight, the grasses swirling around him. The film's denouement stays just on the better side of moralizing and manages to avoid heavy-handed Christian references. Indeed, the statues of Jesus, Mary and different saints in the village chapel seem just as threatening as the demons outside. Although not quite as morally ambiguous as "The Wicker Man" (and probably shot for 1/10 the budget and in 1/10th the time), Incubus nevertheless is one of my favourite "horror" movies of the 1960s, and well worth viewing. By the way, I disagree with the another poster recommended that Incubus is greatest viewed in a huge group. I recommend that the intimate scale of this movie works greatest when watched alone on a rainy night. Prepare to be frightened, disturbed and surprised. A macabre footnote: within a year, both the actress who portrayed Shatner's sister and the actor who played the incubus would commit suicide.
It's tempting to jokingly call this the greatest William Shatner film in Esperanto I've ever seen, but it deserves better than that - it's a delightfully weird low-budget horror movie that might greatest be described as "Ingmar Bergman Meets `The Outer Limits.'" The reference to the 60s TV series is apt, since few of the constructive forces from that present were behind this film: writer-director Leslie Stevens; future Oscar-winning cinematographer Conrad L. Hall, and composer Dominic Frontiere (although I suspect they simply borrowed his "Outer Limits" themes to score this film). In fact, "Incubus" looks, sounds and feels so much like an episode of the "The Outer Limits," there were times I half-expected it to fade to commercial; a flash of nudity reminds us this isn't a TV show.In "Incubus," a seductive female demon - a succubus - called Kia becomes bored with luring morally corrupt boys to their eternal doom and sets her sights on a virtuous soldier called Marc, played by a pre-"Star Trek" Shatner (who guest-starred in an "Outer Limits" episode titled "Cold Hands, Warm Heart"). The bucolic out-of-time setting reminds me of the medieval Sweden of Bergman's "The Seventh Seal," and Hall's black & white cinematography is starkly beautiful. The Esperanto dialogue lends an exotic flavor with its vaguely recognizable European word roots. It also dresses up dialogue that might have been too over-the-top in English (in his DVD commentary, Shatner can't support chuckling when Kia declares, "There are no heroes burning in the fires of Hell!"). I'm reminded of the old joke that a film seems more "artistic" if it's in a foreign language with subtitles - I guess Esperanto, originally intended to be a universal language, effectively makes "Incubus" a "foreign film" to just about everyone.Shatner, as the young, handsome, dashing hero, is unmistakably Shatner, even in Esperanto. Allyson Ames is frostily pretty as the evil Kia, while Ann Atmar is sweetly vulnerable as Marc's sister, Arndis.I don't mean to over-praise "Incubus." It's a very well done tiny film, comparable to the original "Carnival of Souls" - if you don't expect too much, you may be pleasantly surprised at how much there is. It's definitely worth a look.
I give this movie high marks specifically because of its originality. Incubus is a truly special art film. Do not watch it as you would watch most films. Most of the folks who dis this movie are illogically comparing it with mainstream films.If you like Shatner's early work (e.g., Twighlight Zone), you'll like him in Incubus. The rest of the actors do a generally nice job, too.If you know Esperanto, I warn you, the Esperanto in this movie is horrible. It is my understanding that the director did not wish the dialogue to be understood. Every member of the cast trips over a several lines here and there, sometimes so badly that it could be obvious even to those who don't know Esperanto. The funniest thing is that Shatner pronounces Esperanto with a somewhat French accent and he pauses just like he does in English.(La ideo, ke Esperanto aperas en la filmo varbas; tamen, la esperantoparolado mem en la filmo ja acxas.)If you don't know Esperanto, do not watch this movie for the Esperanto dialogue. It's not a nice sample.Everbody, watch Incubus if you like creepy, experimental art films.
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