When I saw the Divimax release of George Romero’s Day of the Dead on the shelf, I knew that it was something special. More than simply an enhanced widescreen version of the film, this fold-out two-disc set is chock-full of interviews, behind-the-scenes footage, commentary track, tons of miscellaneous stuff, and even a bloody notebook right from the desk of Dr. “Frankenstein” Logan himself. So much gory goodness; this is the best version I’ve seen so far of my favorite Romero film.
A succubus sets her sights on humble farmer Marc (William Shatner) but gets more than she bargains for when he hits her with a little amo (Esperanto for “love”). Incubus is a rare gem, beautifully shot in black-and-white and spoken entirely in the Esperanto language; it’s a surreal tale of soul-stealing sex demons out for souls of the pure. Starring William Shatner!
— Jason Nichol, Vault-dweller and horror geek