Critic Consensus: Incarnate can't be accused of lack of ideas -- if only any of them made sense or coalesced in any meaningful or scary way.
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Critic Reviews for Incarnate
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.
Strident rhetoric is required for describing Brad Peyton's latest film, a maddening hodgepodge of ideas that range from undercooked to unoriginal.
Incarnate, much like its central character at key moments, barely seems to have a pulse.
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.
Incarnate is such a pointless bit of hackwork that it almost makes the recent horror dud Shut In seem focused by comparison.
Audience Reviews for Incarnate
Incarnate is an interesting premise that would have better performed as a Netflix series instead of a feature-length film. In what should have been a Supernatural horror film feels more like Comic Book origin movie with no way to turn a good idea into a good movie. While it is more entertaining than many other films in the Blumhouse library, at the end of the day, Incarnate doesn't have the story to pull off its own ideas.
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