In New York, the kid Cameron lives with his Dutch mother Lindsey that is separated from his alcoholic father Dan. One night, Cameron catches a clamor in the kitchen and is assaulted by a destitute; be that as it may he executes the man, breaking his neck. The Vatican delegate Camilla summons the researcher Dr. Ash to help the kid that is had and the expulsion is not viable. Dr. Coal can enter in the psyche of individuals controlled by evil presences and take them back to reality in an unsafe method with the support of his group formed by Oliver and Riley. Whenever Dr. Coal visits Cameron, he understands that the kid is controlled by the guileful evil spirit Maggie, who executed his significant other and child in a pile up. Will Dr. Ash prevail with regards to obliterating Maggie and sparing Cameron?
|violence||Some of the horror sequences in the film also depict violence, containing details of bloodshed when characters are injured or killed. For example, the strongest scene of violence depicts a character who is implied to have slashed a possessed man's neck to end his life. The overall impact of violence is, however, reduced as most of the final blows occur off-camera or are implied through sound effects.|
|profanity||The word "fuck" is used infrequently. The film contains an utterance of the expletive "fuck". Mild bad language such as the terms "hell", "damn", "shit" and "bitch" are also present in the film.|
|frightening||'Incarnate' is a horror-thriller that revolves around Dr. Seth Embers, and his unusual method of exorcism where he enters the victim's subconscious mind to evict the demonic spirit. His success soon catches the Catholic Church's attention and he is enlisted to carry out an exorcism on an 11-year-old boy who is possessed by an arch-demon. Some depictions of horror might be more realistic and intense for younger viewers. The film contains some jump scenes where tension is built up as characters come into contact with the supernatural. The tension is released through sudden loud sounds and appearances of human faces. These scenes of horror, while intense, are brief and presented without strong detail. Official MPAA Rating: Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of horror violence, terror, disturbing images, brief strong language, sensuality and thematic elements|