Coffin Joe - This Night I'll Possess Your Corpse 2003 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Seeing this on Independent Film Channel was a delight to me because the Portuguese was so clear and Latin-based that I didn’t have to rely much on the subtitles at all. It was a surprise to see such a creation had come out of Brazil at that point in time, because I remember that in order to see Frankenstein, Dracula, or The Wolfman, you had to be over 18.
The film did remind me of my earliest horror film experiences, but with a touch of Bunuel, and certain cult films. The main character is so philosophical about his depravity that it is absurdly funny in contrast to
the “common folk” that he despises and torments. I couldn’t disagree more with the last reviewer; the primitiveness of the technical elements make it all the more enjoyable.
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