Shatner-Palooza: Incubus

I really hope this movie is real -- and I can find a copy.

Here's the YouTube description:

"In the 1960s, William Shatner was in a horror movie called INCUBUS. It is the only movie to be filmed completely in Esperanto. It's bizarre. Here's the trailer."

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Actually, it was the 2nd (1st USA), the first was "Angoroj" (1964, one year earlier), a european (french?) film-noir.

Probably more interesting than Shatner's reasonably competent participation in the lead role, is that it was directed by Leslie Stevens (who went on to create "The Outer Limits") and filmed by Conrad Hall (who won Acadamy Awards for his cinematography in "Butch Cassiday and the Sundance Kid", "Road to Perdition" and "American Beauty").