Bubba Ho-Tep Reviews

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March 12, 2018
Hilarious, a little scary and strangely poignant. Campbell's cranky, valiant, sad-sack King is a soulfully funny creation.
February 28, 2017
This is a bizarre film that absolutely lives up to its insane premise ... Bruce Campbell turns in one of his most muted performances while playing Elvis Presley - it's a testament to his range.
April 29, 2009
A lot less a horror film, and much more of a film about the horrors of getting old.
December 27, 2007
August 14, 2007
This absurdly clever caper is elevated by Bruce Campbell's pensive Elvis into a moving meditation on the diminutions of age and the vagaries of fame.
August 11, 2007
Don Coscarelli still doesn't know how to make cookie-cutter genre films. Let's hope he never learns how.
June 21, 2007
Elvis is in a geriatric care centre with JFK (who's black) and he's got to kick some ancient Mummy ass. What else is there to say?
April 1, 2006
Not a great movie by any stretch of the imagination, but there's enough here to entertain even those for whom 'cult' is a four-letter word.
February 9, 2006
There's plenty of scatological humour and knockabout fun to get one through the slower passages.
December 6, 2005
July 5, 2005
February 18, 2005
It's outrageous and full of novel ideas that will tickle the fancy of anyone who is stimulated by the absurd.
December 27, 2004
There may be some deeper meaning to all this madness about living beyond your prime and regret, but it just barely escapes me how it all fits in
October 19, 2004
A sharply written, surprisingly moving little film with a terrific performance by Bruce Campbell.
October 6, 2004
A fiendishly funny comedy horror.
September 19, 2004
About halfway through this offbeat horror comedy you realise you're watching a cult classic.
August 21, 2004
Who would have thought that such a far-out B-movie premise could result in this sharply directed, wonderfully acted, and laugh-out-loud-funny tale of courage and redemption?
July 8, 2004
Simply too cool.
June 2, 2004
Actually pretty quiet and could be considered seriously pensive if it wasn't for its inherent goofiness.
April 19, 2004
Hey, Bruce Campbell - thank you. Thank you very much.
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