Inkubus is a horror film produced by the Woodhaven Production Company, written by Carl Dupré, and directed by Glenn Ciano.
The film stars Robert Englund, William Forsythe, Joey Fatone, Jonathan Silverman, Dyan Kane, Mike Cerrone, Tom Denucci, and Michelle Ray Smith.
The film is directed by Tom Dey, produced by John Davis, written by Tim Rasmussen and Vince Di Meglio, distributed by 20th Century Fox, co-produced by Regency Enterprises, Davis Entertainment, United Media, Dune Entertainment and Intrigue Film and stars Owen Wilson, Lee Pace, Judy Greer, William H.
Macy, Steve Coogan, Sam Elliott, Fergie, George Lopez, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Emma Stone and Kiefer Sutherland with music by Christopher Lennertz.
Il s'agit du premier long-métrage réalisé par le producteur et scénariste Judd Apatow.
Il a coécrit le scénario avec Steve Carell, acteur principal du film et instigateur de l'idée.
The well-established Egyptian chronology gives the date as 1208 B. Merneptah's Stele is powerful evidence that a people called the Israelites are living in Canaan, in what today includes Israel and Palestine, over 3,000 years ago.
The ancient Israelites are best known through familiar stories that chronicle their history: Abraham and Isaac, Moses and the Ten Commandments, David and Goliath. Through writing the Hebrew Bible, the beliefs of the ancient Israelites survive to become Judaism, one of the world's oldest continuously-practiced religions.
His owner, Phil Winslow (Lee Pace), works for Bark Organic dog food. One day, Carlos tells Marmaduke that he overheard Phil saying that they were being transferred to Orange County.
The film earned ,761,844 on a million budget.
Marmaduke was released on August 31, 2010 on DVD and Blu-ray, two and a half months after its release in theaters.
Based on The Southern Vampire Mysteries books by Charlaine Harris, creator Alan Ball, and since debuting in 2008, has amassed an audience as ritualistic and rabid as the blood-sucking inhabitants of Bon Temps, the fictional town where much of the show’s supernatural happenings occur. But it’s also smart, self-aware, and novelistic in its storytelling, and watching the action unfold, one gets the sense that the fangoria might in fact be more than it seems, which it very well might be—vampiric even, as it bites from and nips at a variety of B-movie tropes and American historical themes. BUTLER: I kind of had the opposite culture shock, because I moved from Texas back to Montréal in the winter, so it was a pretty extreme transition, going to a French-speaking culture and a completely different season.
But the great strength of as a piece of work is while it encourages such second-level analysis, it is never overwhelmed by it; there’s always enough adrenaline, drama, skin, and blood to keep even the most demonic of beings who’ve been roaming various astral plains for centuries grounded in the graphic glory of the moment. SKARSGÅRD: I’ve only been to Montréal once, but I thought it was just a magical city.