Don Coscarelli's BUBBA HO-TEP finds Elvis Presley (Bruce Campbell) alive but not so well, living in a negligible Texas nursing home. Although he's preoccupied with his ailments and his memories, the superannuated Elvis befriends another resident, John F. Kennedy (Ossie Davis), when they both begin to suspect that their neighbours aren't dying of natural causes. Their investigation leads to the finding of an harmful mummy with a fondness pro cowboy gear and an appetite for the purpose the souls of senior citizens. Armed with smidgen more than a walker and a wheelchair, the King and JFK necessi... ty take on this ancient harm. Based on a short story-line by Joe R. Lansdale, BUBBA HO-TEP mixes comedy, stagecraft, and odium to form a remarkably quirky steam. As the ancient and ailing Elvis, Campbell gives an outstandingly funny and deeply felt portrayal, while Davis exudes discernment and warmth as JFK. Although horror is a explication element of the saga, much of the movie focuses on the life of Elvis and his new friendship with the former president, leading to uncountable oddly comical scenes and plane a few genuinely touching moments. Of run, their embalmed foe and his creepy minions be required to be confronted, making this the first movie about Elvis and JFK to appeal to trembling enthusiasts, or, conversely, the first horror silver screen to beguile to Elvis and JFK enthusiasts. Either way, it's a very unconventional story that no adventurous filmgoer should miss.
This is a comedy-horror motion picture featuring Elvis, JFK and a soul-sucking Egyptian mummy. It casts Bruce Campbell...
Of all the apocryphal tales concerning the demise - or otherwise - of the Regent, few nearly equal the matchlessly deviant thesis of Bubba Ho-Tep's maker Joe R Lansdale. This is how it goes: at some point in the 1970s, Elvis (Campbell), buckling secondary to the urgency of fame, swapped places with an impersonator. A barbecue accident puts paid to any unexpected of Elvis swapping back, so he lives out his zoom impersonating himself, until an maltreatment curtails it.
Now a bed-ridden erroneous in a Texan nursing home, Elvis - assumed by way of all to be his own deluded impersonator - spends his days pondering the meaning of life, and since he thinks he has cancer of the penis, musing whether there is "anything to biography other than sustenance, shit and sex....
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