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This Night I'll Possess Your Corpse [DVD] [1967]

Release Date:01/31/2017
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    Special Features

    • 35mm negative scan supervised by Director Jose Mojica Marins
    • A visit to the Coffin Joe Museum (5 mins)
    • Interview with Jose Mojica Marins (8 mins)
    • Introduction to the film by Coffin Joe
    • Original Theatrical Trailer
    • Photo Gallery
    • The Making of This Night I'll Possess Your Corpse (8 mins.)
    • The Universe of Mojica Marins - Vintage Featurette (25 mins)


    This Night I'll Possess Your Corpse
    Tonight I'll Possess Your Corpse, episode two in the Coffin Joe trilogy, more or less reprises the story from the first installment. Zé Do Caixão (José Mojica Marins) resumes his search for a bride who can bear him a child, in order to ensure himself a kind of immortality via future generations. His central criterion: to locate a woman "immune" to terror. Thus, with the help of cracked assistant Bruno, he begins to kidnap girls and exposes one after another to "fear tests," which involve planting tarantulas on their nude bodies and evaluating their responses. Subject after subject caves, until Zé meets Marcia (Nadia Freitas), who seems rather unfazed by the furry, multi-eyed critters. Yet Marcia does balk at Zé's habit of throwing his rejected betrotheds into a snake-filled pit to watch them die. Marcia's attitude induces Zé to break up with her -- he reasons that she isn't quite tough enough (and thus, not a suitable match), but he can let her go without worry, because he feels confident that, bound by love, she will never disclose the secrets of his macabre torture games. Subsequently, Zé and the gorgeous Laura (Tina Wohlers) become sexual partners -- they share a connection of atheism and a contempt for the supernatural. Zé impregnates Laura, but her health conditions demand that the couple choose between the life of the mother and the life of the baby. These developments are too much for Laura's parents and the rest of the villagers, who decide to put a nasty and brutal end to Zé. As Zé struggles to evade capture, the curse issued by one of his prior snake-pit victims (who promised to "possess" his body as she succumbed to death) fills the murderer's ears. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi

    Cast & Crew

    • José Mojica Marins
      José Mojica Marins - Ze do Caixao

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