Two and a half weeks after giving you an updated synopsis and new promo art, Glenn Ciano's horror film INKUBUS - starring the legendary Robert Englund - has been scooped up by Screen Media. The company will control all U.S. and Canadian distribution rights...
And get this, the film is receiving a limited theatrical release over Halloween weekend (beginning Oct. 28). Various cities in Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Ohio, Florida and California will screen the film.
Also starring William Forsythe, Joey Fatone, Jonathan Silverman, Mike Cerrone, Michelle Ray Smith (below), Chad A. Verdi, Tom DeNucci, Dyan Kane and Tom Paolino:
Detective Caretti (JOEY FATONE) and Officer Cole (JONATHAN SILVERMAN) head up a skeleton crew, working the final shift at a soon-to-be condemned police station. They're interviewing a suspect who, despite his blood-soaked clothes, claims he did not kill his girlfriend. He tells them that a mysterious stranger appeared from out of nowhere and killed her in front of him. The officers don't believe him...until a mysterious stranger, named Inkubus (ROBERT ENGLUND), appears from out of nowhere, holding his dead girlfriend's head.
Inkubus is restrained and begins to confess his litany of crimes. He uses his one phone call to contact the retired Detective Gil Diamante (WILLIAM FORSYTHE), who almost caught him thirteen years ago, and nearly lost his mind in the process.
When the retired Detective Diamante arrives on the scene, the cops - unlucky enough to be present - are fated to participate in, and witness the demon's crowning achievement of murder, gore, and mayhem.