The Devil Incarnate (1979) Paul Naschy

The Devil Incarnate (1979) 
aka El Caminante aka The Traveler
Genre: Sexy Black Comedy
Country: Spain | Director: Paul Naschy
Language: Spanish | Subtitles: English (Optional, embedded in Mkv file)
Aspect ratio: Widescreen 1.66:1 | Length: 92mn
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Audio 2: Commentary by Film Historian Troy Howarth

The Devil decides to come to the earth incarnate in human form. In return for being allowed to exist in human form, the Devil must also accept the mortality that goes with being a human being. Of course, the trade off is that the Devil will be allowed to tempt all those who cross his path. His method of temptation? Visiting any and all of the "7 Deadly Sins" upon those unfortunate enough to meet up with him. Bloody violence and sleazy sexual encounters hammer home the horrific encounters. In an ironic twist of fate, however, the Devil comes to the conclusion that man himself has out debauched even himself and as a result, falls to his own devices!..

On the surface, EL CAMINANTE (THE TRAVELER) can be considered a pitch black comedy much in the tradition of TOM JONES, ribald and humorously wicked, a morality play set against a backdrop of excessive fornication and gluttony. Yet, at the same time, it is an evil rondo of debauchery, cold-blooded murder, robbery and unfettered greed. But, above all, it is an artist’s verbal and visual portrait of the moral and ethical decay undermining the foundation of mankind. On whatever level you chose to accept this movie, you will find situations that may make you laugh, cry or even shout in outrage--and, if you look within yourself deeply enough, you may even glimpse some disturbingly recognizable traits.

Made by Horus Films SA in 1979 and released in April 1980, EL CAMINANTE was written, directed and acted by Paul Naschy and is a reasonably accurate measure of the man’s own driven passion and exuberance for life as well as his disillusionment with same and, frankly, his none too optimistic opinion of humanity in general at that period in time.

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1 Response to "The Devil Incarnate (1979) Paul Naschy"

  1. Looking for the Paul Naschy film:

    El huerto del Francés (1978)

    Do you have? Thanks

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