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May 23, 1993 | ALEX ABELLA, Alex Abella is a Los Angeles writer and the author of "The Killing of the Saints." His next novel is set in Miami and Cuba.
GUSMAN CENTER IS OVERFLOWING, THE GALA CROWD OF CUBANS AND OTHER LATINOS IN fancy dress who paid up to a hundred dollars for a scalped ticket to the highlight of the Miami Film Festival pacing up and down the rows, exchanging kisses and abrazos and warm nervous smiles as they wait for the star, their star, to arrive, anxious children of Spain gathering in a theater that seems a courtyard in a Mudejar castle, battlements on the sides, ogivalesque windows and a blue-domed sky where yellow
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July 11, 2001 | DONALD LIEBENSON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Fox Lorber Home Video's release of Leslie Stevens' "Incubus" may at last lift a curse that seems to have bedeviled this 1965 one-of-a-kind supernatural thriller. "Incubus" has attained mythic status among horror movie buffs, cult film aficionados and, of course, the French. It never received theatrical distribution in this country and for years was thought to have been lost until a print was located in France, the only country where the film received a theatrical run.
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July 11, 2001 | DONALD LIEBENSON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Fox Lorber Home Video's release of Leslie Stevens' "Incubus" may at last lift a curse that seems to have bedeviled this 1965 one-of-a-kind supernatural thriller. "Incubus" has attained mythic status among horror movie buffs, cult film aficionados and, of course, the French. It never received theatrical distribution in this country and for years was thought to have been lost until a print was located in France, the only country where the film received a theatrical run.
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May 23, 1993 | ALEX ABELLA, Alex Abella is a Los Angeles writer and the author of "The Killing of the Saints." His next novel is set in Miami and Cuba.
GUSMAN CENTER IS OVERFLOWING, THE GALA CROWD OF CUBANS AND OTHER LATINOS IN fancy dress who paid up to a hundred dollars for a scalped ticket to the highlight of the Miami Film Festival pacing up and down the rows, exchanging kisses and abrazos and warm nervous smiles as they wait for the star, their star, to arrive, anxious children of Spain gathering in a theater that seems a courtyard in a Mudejar castle, battlements on the sides, ogivalesque windows and a blue-domed sky where yellow
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July 10, 1998 | SHAUNA SNOW
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