Although this film was not what I personally expected it to be I was glad to have seen this and it did keep me entertained throughout. It did feel like an independent movie however for this it was really well shot. I did find that the acting was rather bland at times and that there was not enough horror within the movie for me but overall a really good watch and a film I would watch again!
The Incantation (2018) 1080p YIFY Movie
The Incantation (2018) 1080p
A young American girl has a chance of a lifetime to visit her ancestors castle in the south of France, only to find that her family is hiding deep, dark secrets about their nefarious past, far away from prying eyes.
IMDB: 5.11 Likes
The Synopsis for The Incantation (2018) 1080p
In this picturesque paranormal thriller, a young American girl, Lucy Bellerose (Sam Valentine), has a chance of a lifetime to visit her ancestors ominous castle in the south of France. However, things are not as they seem as she finds that her family is hiding deep, dark secrets about their nefarious past, far away from prying eyes. Unbeknownst to Lucy, the region is also home to centuries of witchcraft and occult folklore. After meeting the strident Vicar of Borley and her socially awkward Chambermaid, Mary, Lucy begins to question her place in the family. Abel Baddon, a devilishly handsome traveling salesman, (Dean Cain "Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman"), tries to assuage her fears and soothe her reluctance. However, only after meeting a charming gravedigger named J.P. (Dylan Kellogg) does she begin to feel at ease. He navigates her through the twists and turns of the murky waters of her family's past, eventually uncovering shocking revelations.
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The Reviews for The Incantation (2018) 1080p
A good watchReviewed byAshleigh MillerVote: 7/10
Unfortunately, I found very little to like in this horror flick. With terribly flat dialogue and acting, plus a storyline that seems to have been cobbled together from so many other horror films, it's even below B-movie quality, in my opinion.
Sam Valentine portrays the beautiful Lucy a flighty but intrepid young American woman who has traveled to France for the funeral of her great-uncle the Count Rose du Sang, at the creepy Castle Borley. Will she succumb to the devil-worshipping clan that resides there or will she break free of her family tradition that may have destined her to join them?
Since the ending was so convoluted, to me at least, I have no idea what actually happened. Maybe, you'll be able to figure it out.
I would say save yourself the pain and pass on this mess of a movie.
If you are looking for breast and gore and ADD editing this is not the flick for you.
However, if you have a fond memory of Hammer Films and Grimms Fairytales you might enjoy this movie like I did.
Great locations, camera work and set design. I can imagine with a larger budget they could have done more with lighting (would have personally liked to have seen more night shots or at least color correct it to be more dusk).
The leads are all strong actors, some of the obvious french side characters are hit or miss (mostly miss) but its the message that really makes this movie.
In a world that is filled with instant gratification and off the rack identity, this movie is a slow crawl to that makes you think; are the villains are really so bad after all.