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The Occultist

Occultist, The (1988) Movie Poster
USA  •    •  82m  •    •  Directed by: Tim Kincaid.  •  Starring: Rick Gianasi, Joe Derrig, Richard Mooney, Jennifer Kanter, Mizan Kirby, Matt Mitler, Anibal O. Lleras, Betty Vaughn, Kate Goldsborough, Doug Delauder, Kevin Schmidt, Scott Broadfoot, Paul Mulder.  •  Music by: Carl Dante.
    A cyborg private eye is hired to protect a Caribbean president visiting New York City. Unknown to him, the president's daughter is in league with his country's rebels who are trying to assassinate him.

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Mainly appalling nonsense about an island where the Occult is causing numerous gruesome deaths and furore. Director Tim Kincaid made four movies for Full Moon, the others being 'Breeders'; 'Robot Holocaust' and 'Mutant Hunt' - all seem to be fairly independent films relying on Full Moon primarily for fundingreleasing. 'The Occultist' features many of the cast and crew of Kincaid's earlier 'Bad Girls' Dormitory' and despite showcasing some good effects (courtesy of Ed French) and disjointed but fairly cool music from Guy Moon (Including excerpts from his 'Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama' and 'Creepozoids') and then regular Full Moon composer Carl Dante (bits of his 'Cellar Dweller' score are used here too). Kincaid came from Gay porn to make a few sci-fi movies took a ten year break and then became a full time gay porn director for company Titan (a mere coincidence and nothing to do with Charles Band's Titan Productions company who made this film). Though only 80 minutes the film never seems to end, the acting is terrible, the script with many feeble jokes tiresome and the entire film a cocktail of many scenes which barely relate to any reasonable story.

Review by barnthebarn from the Internet Movie Database.