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Bubba Ho-Tep

Last night, I finally got a chance to sit down and watch Bubba Ho-tep, starring the always amazing Bruce Campbell in the role he was born to play. Campbell is a 70 year old rest home resident who may or may not be Elvis Presley. The King teams up with his only friend, a fellow resident (Ozzie Davis) who believes that he is John F. Kennedy, to defeat an ancient mummy in cowboy boots who is devouring the souls of the elderly.

Not exactly a brilliant film, but a good solid B-movie effort. Campbell and Davis make it worthwhile, taking occasionally lame dialog and spinning it into gold. I’m going to let this one stew in my brain awhile… then maybe I’ll rent the DVD and watch it with commentary. There have to be some fun extras packed into this one...


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