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Fifteen years ago the prospect of Don Coscarelli following up Phantasm Oblivion with a smart funny movie about two old timers battling a mummy in a retirement home seemed about as likely as well Stuart Gordon adapting David Mamet but not only was Bubba Ho Tep unlike anything Coscarelli had previously made it was also his best effort to date. A decade later with only a Masters of Horror episode to his name in the interim hes back with this adaptation of the novel by David Wong (aka Cracked.com editor Jason Pargin) prompting viewers to wonder if Bubba was a fluke to which the answer is no sir. »

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