• Horror
    International
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Director: José Mojica Marins
  • Writer: Dennison Ramalho, José Mojica Marins
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Embodiment of Evil (Portuguese: Encarnação do Demônio) is a 2008 Brazilian horror film by Brazilian film director José Mojica Marins. Marins is also known by his alter ego Zé do Caixão (in English, Coffin Joe). It is the third installment of his Coffin Joe trilogy. It is preceded by At Midnight I'll Take Your Soul (1963) and This Night I'll Possess Your Corpse (1967). A flashback scene in the film reveals that the young Coffin Joe (portrayed in the scene by Raymond Castile) survived after submerging in a swamp at the end of the previous film. After serving 40 years in a prison mental ward, Coffin Joe (José Mojica Marins) is released to the streets of modern-day São Paulo. Immediately after his release, Coffin Joe renews his lifelong obsession to sire a male child with a woman whom he perceives to be of exceptional qualities capable of continuing his bloodline, which he feels to be "superior" above all others.
  • Horror
    International
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Director: José Mojica Marins
  • Writer: Dennison Ramalho, José Mojica Marins

  • Jece Valado
    Jos Celso Martinez Corra
    Cristina Ache
    Dbora Muniz
    Thas Simi
    Milhem Cortaz
    José Mojica Marins
    Adriano Stuart
    Jece Valadao
    Rui Resende
    Cristina Aché
    Helena Ignez
    Débora Muniz
    Thaís Simi
    Cleo De Paris

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  • (2008)

  • Horror
    International
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Director: José Mojica Marins
  • Writer: Dennison Ramalho, José Mojica Marins

Synopsis

Embodiment of Evil (Portuguese: Encarnação do Demônio) is a 2008 Brazilian horror film by Brazilian film director José Mojica Marins. Marins is also known by his alter ego Zé do Caixão (in English, Coffin Joe). It is the third installment of his Coffin Joe trilogy. It is preceded by At Midnight I'll Take Your Soul (1963) and This Night I'll Possess Your Corpse (1967). A flashback scene in the film reveals that the young Coffin Joe (portrayed in the scene by Raymond Castile) survived after submerging in a swamp at the end of the previous film. After serving 40 years in a prison mental ward, Coffin Joe (José Mojica Marins) is released to the streets of modern-day São Paulo. Immediately after his release, Coffin Joe renews his lifelong obsession to sire a male child with a woman whom he perceives to be of exceptional qualities capable of continuing his bloodline, which he feels to be "superior" above all others.

Starring
  • Jece Valado
    Jos Celso Martinez Corra
    Cristina Ache
    Dbora Muniz
    Thas Simi
    Milhem Cortaz
    José Mojica Marins
    Adriano Stuart
    Jece Valadao
    Rui Resende
    Cristina Aché
    Helena Ignez
    Débora Muniz
    Thaís Simi
    Cleo De Paris