Incubus (1965) was a Black-and-white - Horror Film directed by Leslie Stevens and produced by Anthony M. Taylor.
Incubus (1966)By Beatrice on Mar 30, 2019 From Flickers in Time
Incubus Directed by Leslie Stevens Written Leslie Stevens 1966/US Contempo III Productions/Daystar Productions First viewing/YouTube Listed in They Shoot Zombies, Don’t They Here is your golden opportunity to watch William Shatner speak Esperanto. The setting is an island populated primarily w... Read full article
Incubus (1966, Leslie Stevens)By Andrew Wickliffe on Dec 15, 2017 From The Stop Button
Incubus is the day in the life of a dissatisfied succubus (Allyson Ames) who, after killing three men in the ocean and condemning their souls to hell, decides she wants a challenge. Her sister, also a sucbus (and played by Eloise Hardt), counsels her against the impulse. But Ames won?t be dissuaded.... Read full article
Incubus is Stinkubus!By Wade Sheeler on Oct 18, 2013 From Pretty Clever Films
Incubus?airs Saturday, October 19th on TCM. Check local listings for times. If you ever wanted to see what a film must be like ?under the influence? without actually getting stoned, I reluctantly offer up the 1966 muddled ?horror? known as Incubus (1966). It?s mostly confusing, rarely fascinating, p... Read full article
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