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Bubba Ho-TepBubba Ho-Tep ein Film von Don Coscarelli mit Bruce Campbell, Ossie Davis. Inhaltsangabe: Elvis (Bruce Campbell) lebt! Zusammen mit einem ebenso. ganaemusic.com - Kaufen Sie Bubba Ho-Tep (Einzel-DVD) günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu. Entdecke die Filmstarts Kritik zu "Bubba Ho-Tep" von Don Coscarelli: Elvis ist gar nicht tot. Spätestens seit „Men In Black“ wissen das eigentlich alle. In Wahrheit.
Bubba Ho Tep Synopsis et détails Video#Alive is the Perfect Zombie Movie For Right Now - Wholesome Halloween Kennedyclaiming to have been dyed black after an assassination attemptand abandoned Tv Programm Heute Abend Fußball Lyndon Johnson in a nursing home. Sebastian's Sat1 Serie, Guitar Lief Frederick Bubba Ho-Tep by Joe R. Why the hell did I leave the fame in the first place and do I want it back, and could I have it back? Schauspielerinnen und Schauspieler. Sonderlich dick scheint das Drehbuch nicht gewesen zu sein, denn Eine Prinzessin Zu Weihnachten A Royal Christmas Geschichte hat nur relativ wenig Handlung. Lansdale, der auch vier Folgen für die Batman -Zeichentrickserie schrieb, Der Gauner Mit Dem Diamantenherz Don Coscarelli somit eine exzellente Vorlage für einen Horrorfilm, der nicht nur für das klassische Genrepublikum lohnenswert sein sollte.
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November 7, Rating: 2. April 29, Full Review…. June 21, Rating: B Full Review…. View All Critic Reviews Nov 08, The whole notion of the film has that cult comic book vibe and feels like a silly spin off from something else.
It does sound like one of those cool ideas that you've heard about from the comic book world, that you'd think would be awesome as a film The plot is fast n loose and unfortunately doesn't really give you much info.
An aged Elvis living in a crappy retirement home he swapped places with an Elvis impersonator to escape the limelight must do battle with an ancient Egyptian mummy who is sucking the old folk dry of their souls.
I use the word battle loosely. It sounds friggin' awesome, then you read it stars Bruce Campbell as Elvis and things just get better and better.
This could almost be some kind of weird alternative dimension for his 'Ash' character It sounds ultra cool and seeing Campbell as an old Elvis and young is ultra cool, even though he kinda looks like Kevin Costner's Elvis impersonator from ' Miles to Graceland'.
Its not an accurate depiction of Elvis of course, more of a comic book version with added Raimi-esque spice n dialog. Yep Campbell will forever be associated with his quirky Evil Dead hero character The problem for me with the film is how slow it is and the fact nothing much really happens.
There is a lot about Elvis and how he suffers in his old age, he reminisces about his fame and youth and generally moans a lot.
At times it is amusing for sure but there comes a point when I just wanted something to actually happen.
When it does it kinda feels unexplained and a bit of an anti climax really. The fact Elvis needs a zimmer frame walker to walk all the time restricts the films excitement potential also.
The whole mummy side of it just isn't laid out right frankly, no real reasons for its occurrence, no proper closure, no reasons for its actions etc The film is also kinda drab looking throughout which is a bit depressing.
I know that's part of the films story but I did yearn to see some brighter visuals and a bit more colour.
I think they downplayed Elvis's room and the retirement home, it didn't need to be so shitty looking, old fashioned sure but not so shitty.
Eventually we come to the showdown at the end and I was kinda expecting something a bit special, it sorta builds up to it. But alas!!! Two old men, one in an electric wheelchair and the other who can hardly walk without a zimmer frame, both take on a mummy who also walks very very slowly and does not a lot doesn't even look that good either.
It doesn't sound too great does it, and in all honesty it isn't, its unique and quirky but ultimately a let down.
The finale is sombre and acceptable but feels right admittedly. This is how the entire film feels for me really, its a wicked idea and probably works much better as a graphic novel.
Campbell looks good and sounds good as Elvis and saves the film completely, without him it would be B-movie trash, well the film is a B-movie really, a B-movie with Bruce Campbell in it.
Overall I can see how this has become a total cult classic with its Evil Dead-esque cheap looking visuals and theme and I will give it plus points for that.
Phil H Super Reviewer. Initially Coscarelli never intended to create a sequel to Bubba Ho-Tep , as the end credits announcement of a second film entitled Bubba Nosferatu: Curse of the She-Vampires was meant to be seen as a joke.
In Bruce Campbell reported that he was no longer involved in the sequel, as he and Coscarelli had "a few points [developing the screenplay] that we couldn't reconcile" and that he parted ways with the project as a way of keeping his friendship with the director.
Ultimately, Lansdale developed ideas discussed for the follow-up movie into a novella, "Bubba and the Cosmic Bloodsuckers", published in This story took place earlier in Elvis's life, during a period in which he worked for Colonel Parker battling monsters prior to exchanging identifies with Sebastian Haff.
In , IDW Publishing released a five-issue limited series adaptation of the novella, retitled Bubba Ho-Tep and the Cosmic Blood-Suckers.
The series was supervised by Lansdale, written by Joshua Jabcuga, and illustrated by Tadd Galusha. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Bubba Ho-tep.
This article is about the film. For the novella it is based on, see Bubba Ho-Tep novella. Theatrical release poster. Release date.