The Coffin Joe Trilogy 2003 Horror Movie Review
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Unholy undertaker, evil philosopher, denizen of dreams and hallucinations…Coffin Joe, with his trademark top hat, black cape and talon-like fingernails, is a horror icon in his native Brazil. Revered as the national boogeyman, Coffin Joe has been immortalized in films, TV shows, radio programs, comic books and popular songs. He is the creation of writer-director-star Jose Mojica Marins whose perversely original and strangely personal filmmaking style has been compared to an unholy blend of Mario Bava, Luis Bunuel and Russ Meyer. Fantoma is proud to present new director approved editions of these three seminal tales of terror in a specially priced limited-edition boxed set.
About The Coffin Joe Trilogy (2003)
The Coffin Joe Trilogy
José Mojica Marins, Magda Mei, Nivaldo Lima, Valéria Vasquez, Ilídio Martins Simões,
Rating: 3 / 5 stars from 5 users.
127 minutesDirector: José Mojica Marins,
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