Paul Naschy

Paul Naschy – El caminante AKA The Traveller (1979)

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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. Read More »