The exquisite Emily Jackson is a beguiling young talent with the fascinating ebullience to win favour with audiences. She will be appearing in “Incarnate” which sees a wheelchair-bound exorcist (Aaron Eckhart) expelling the entities from the possessed by entering their minds. Stories threading the exorcism route are growing rapidly in popularity with the advent of “Outcast” on television as well as “The Conjuring 2” and the upcoming “Ouija: Origin of Evil”. “Incarnate” is unconventional in the way exorcism is handled wherein the demons are dispelled from the subconscious rather than the physical body. The women in this film are most certainly desirable lookers with Emily joining the likes of Carice van Houten, famed as Melisandre from “Game Of Thrones” and Catalina Sandino Moreno. We may yet see Emily’s rise in the realm of psychological horror as she was a riveting leading lady in her previous feature “Headless”.
As Marie, the heroine of the hour who visits the remote woods of Milburn’s Gap, the scene of her sister’s grisly murder, she keeps us on tether hooks throughout this dangerous expedition. Especially since she stumbles on a family that’s pretty psychotic! Emily also showcased her boundless potential as a dramatic actress, essaying the role of Max McLean in the indie film “Living With The Dead”. Burdened by the suicide of her boyfriend, her descend into despondency with the use of recreational sex, drugs and parties subsides when she experiences a life-altering event. Emily is wonderfully accomplished in channeling the struggles of losing a loved one, sparking a genuine connection with the viewer. All signs point to Emily becoming an entrancing actress in due time.