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Screen Media Handling US and Canadian Distribution for Glenn Ciano's Inkubus





When Doctor Gash interviewed Glenn Ciano recently, the Inkubus director mentioned the film was scheduled for a theatrical release in at least nine cities starting on October 28th, and now we know what company will be handling said release: Screen Media, who is rolling out the flick the pre-Halloween weekend in Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Ohio, Florida, and California.

Expect some screenings in Canada soon as well since Screen Media acquired Canadian rights for Inkubus along with its US distro deal.

If you live in New England, however, you don't have to wait for October 28th. You may remember that thanks to the work of producer Chad A. Verdi, Inkubus will be making its world premiere at Rock and Shock in Worchester, Massachusetts, on Saturday, October 15 at 8 pm.

Synopsis
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.

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Source: Variety

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doctor_sapirstein's picture

Love Robert Englund and William Forsythe. All too often, though, I feel like veteran actors such as these are forced to do direct-to-DVD movies just to cash a paycheck. Is it really so hard to give legends like them a high-profile role every once in a while? I'd love to see Robert in a big Hollywood movie!


Submitted by doctor_sapirstein on Sat, 10/01/2011 - 3:21pm.

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