He is driven to do all of this in the hopes of one day tracking down and destroying one especially all-powerful demon, known to him as Maggie, who caused the car accident that killed his wife and son and left him in a wheelchair. Ronnie Christensen was hired to write the film. Even if that were the case, it is so bereft of anything of interest for them to do that you still have to ask yourself why they would still agree to waste their time on it. Ember pleads with Maggie to release Dan since Ember is the one Maggie wants. Felix offers him a vial of blood from a possessed man which, when injected, would allow Ember about ten seconds of lucidity - just enough time to commit suicide, but he refuses.
Incarnate Story: A doctor with the ability to enter the subconscious minds of the possessed must save a young boy from the grips of a powerful demon and settle past scores with the entity. Everything is happy and heroic! Synopsis An unconventional exorcist must use his psychic abilities to do battle with a malevolent demon that has taken over an innocent 11-year-old boy. Ember is approached by Camilla, a representative from the , who asks him to exorcise Cameron. In the process, he gets possessed himself. Cast: , , , , , , , Director: Genres: , Production Co: Deep Underground Films Distributors: High Top Releasing Keywords: , , ,. With the aid of his two hipster assistants, he accomplishes this by lowering his heart rate so he can be as close to death as possible.
Demons do not have the power to truly control those they possess; instead, they lull their hosts into comforting dreams so they will be unaware while the demon uses their body. However, when Cameron wakes up, Riley administers the blood and Ember uses his ten seconds to fling himself from the apartment balcony. Is all of it necessary to the story? Knife to throat a man slashes his own throat. Ember's assistant Oliver warns that the demons have started to adapt to Ember's efforts and that soon he may not be able to escape back to reality. Even though he helps people for the wrong reasons, is he still helping them? But based on the evidence presented here, it appears to be the first time someone has tried to do that after only watching the one directed. Didn't care much for the cop-out ending although that's a minor complaint.
Their performances make the human characters far more interesting than the demonic ones. But those moments are few and far between: this movie is a dull sandwich with a glass of milk on the side. He and Vatican Lady have a sweet moment in the ambulance when it looks like he might survive, after all. A strong entity possesses a person. Ember reveals that the woman Henry has been with is a demon who has possessed his body. Car crash, with bloody injuries and dead bodies. Written by I'm a fan of Aaron Eckhart so that was my main draw to see Incarnate.
Dan's presence initially seems to help, but Maggie lashes out at him. Seth Ember Aaron Eckhart to rid him of the evil spirit. His process, he says, is not religion-based. Hot on the tail of Maggie, a demon that ruined him in the past, Dr Ember tracks down the entity, which has now possessed 12-year-old Cameron David Mazouz. The problem here is that Maggie has grown extremely powerful and Dr Seth is literally the last line of defense available to the living.
One night, Cameron overhears a noise in the kitchen and is attacked by a homeless woman: however he kills the woman, breaking her neck. That would kill the demon, too. 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. There's a lot of violence, and much of it is pretty intense. When young Cameron is taken over, a representative of the Vatican calls on Dr.
Shut the fuck up, hipster dipstick. The approach that Incarnate takes to build a unique world with its own set of rules falls flat. Ember reveals he discovered that he had the power to perform and enter the dreams of other people, but hid his power to live a normal life. What's the appeal of scary movies? Ember succeed in destroying Maggie and saving Cameron? Is it sometimes fun to be scared? Ember and Cameron wake up, but Ember wakes up again in a hospital with his wife and son. Ember visits a priest named Felix to question whether the demon could indeed be Maggie, which Felix affirms.
Lindsay refuses, explaining that the couple separated after Dan broke Cameron's arm in a drunken rage, but she agrees when Ember insists that Cameron's father might be the only way to save Cameron. The demon does so but Dan dies from his injuries. Riley explains that by entering a near-death state, Ember will be able to synchronize his brain frequencies to Cameron's and enter his subconscious. It's lazy, uninspired work; perhaps, after this and , it might be wise for Eckhart to stay away from horror and opt to things like instead. But as Ember begins to take the plunge, he finds that Maggie isn't so easily dispatched, and that there's more at stake than he originally bargained for. Bloody wounds; a man plunges hand into open wound. Bottom line is, don't expect a masterpiece or above average film.
Seth Ember Aaron Eckhart to rid him of the evil spirit. Mentions of a father hitting a child and breaking his arm. Incidentally, David Mazouz also did the whole creepy kid thing in another shitty Blumhouse release from earlier this year, The Darkness, aka. After a single mother witnesses terrifying symptoms of demonic possession in her 11-year-old son David Mazouz , a Vatican representative calls on wheelchair-bound scientist Dr. Why is this genre scary or appealing? However in this state, Ember has only about eight minutes before his heart will give out.