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    After a single mother witnesses terrifying symptoms of demonic possession in her 11-year-old son, a wheelchair-bound scientist with the ability to enter the subconscious minds of the possessed is called for help.
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  • Actors of "Incarnate"

  • Directors of "Incarnate"

    Brad Peyton. Director of Incarnate
    Brad Peyton
    Birthdate: 1979, Gander, Newfoundland, Canada
  • Creators of "Incarnate"

    Ronnie Christensen. Director of Incarnate
    Ronnie Christensen
  • Critic Reviews of "Incarnate"

    AV Club
    December 02, 2016

    It's all a wild jumble of half-baked, derivative ideas and arbitrary rules, all of which add up to a suspense-free horror narrative as murky as its lighting.

    December 02, 2016

    Strident rhetoric is required for describing Brad Peyton's latest film, a maddening hodgepodge of ideas that range from undercooked to unoriginal.

    Hollywood Reporter
    December 02, 2016

    Incarnate, much like its central character at key moments, barely seems to have a pulse.

    Los Angeles Times
    December 02, 2016

    Dense with plot and mythology, the film is refreshingly unpredictable - if only because guessing what comes next would require understanding what the hell is going on.
    December 02, 2016

    Incarnate is such a pointless bit of hackwork that it almost makes the recent horror dud Shut In seem focused by comparison.

    December 02, 2016

    Offers a relatively fresh take on standard-issue exorcism-melodrama tropes, along with a performance by Aaron Eckhart that is more than persuasive enough to encourage the investment of a rooting interest.

    Common Sense Media
    January 19, 2017

    This horror movie tries to set itself apart from other demon-possession movies by inventing an interesting new mythology, but eventually it gets tired, bogged down and lost in its own rule book.

    Cinema Movil
    January 12, 2017

    The result isn't even close to what could be expected, since its ending it's like a pastiche of many things and nothing at the same time. [Full review in Spanish]

    Cine Premiere
    January 06, 2017

    The mixture of genres and the well-executed twist offered by Incarnation's premise, above the usual formula, is what saves it from burning. [Full review in Spanish]

    En Filme
    January 05, 2017

    A horror film that recaptures elements of the classics to mix them indistinctly and clumsily into a fragile reflection on dreams and time, and ends up being a predictable disaster. [Full review in Spanish]

    Cinema em Cena
    January 05, 2017

    A pile of cliches under a mountain of stupidity. [Full review in Portuguese.]

    Hindustan Times
    December 31, 2016

    The preposterous climax is merely a ploy to ensure a sequel -- a proposition that is scarier than anything else in Incarnate.

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