Based on the Bram Stoker Award nominee short story by cult author Joe R. Lansdale, Bubba Ho-tep tells the "true" story of what really did become of Elvis Presley. We find Elvis (Bruce ... See full summary »
Mike is released from psychiatry, when he agrees with the doctors that the terrible happenings in his past were just in his imagination. But once he's free, he contacts Redge and they team up to hunt down and eliminate the "Tall Man", who plunders the graveyards and steals the corpses with help of his terrible dwarfs. A beautiful strange girl starts to appear in Mike's dreams. He assumes she's in danger and needs their help - will they find her before the Tall Man can do her any harm?Written by
Tom Zoerner <Tom.Zoerner@informatik.uni-erlangen.de>
After a time lapse of approximately 10 years, the project of a sequel to Phantasm (1979) was green lighted and got financed by Universal Pictures mainly because one of the main executives at the Studio was a big fan of Horror movies as well as being Don Coscarelli's former attorney. See more »
The camera man's reflection can be seen on the sides of a hearse as they drive by in close ups. See more »
It's really strange that being a huge horror/gore fan I was never interested in "Phantasm" series.I haven't seen other "Phantasm" movies,but "Phantasm 2" is excellent!It features creepy atmosphere,nice location sets(cemetery and mortuary)and lots of gore and violence.I love especially scenes of mayhem by flying spheres.Angus Scrimm is great as The Tall Man-one of the best villains ever created in the horror genre history.Recommended for all horror fans-I'll go through hell to see the other "Phantasm" movies.My rating:9 out of 10.
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