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Zombie Take-Out Episode 22: The Post-Elvis Years

Bubba Ho-tep
Scotto and Uncle John discuss a movie that features one of the best performances from a B-movie icon and one of the last performances from an American film legend ... a film that Jeff from My Name is Bruce said that "everyone liked". This week on Zombie Take-Out it's the cult classic Bubba Ho-tep. Was the movie too serious? Was the scarab too fake? Just how much fire does it take to kill the reanimated, mummified remains of an ancient, Egyptian Pharaoh anyway?

Scotto’s Rating:
3.5 brains
Uncle John’s Rating:
5 brains

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Next week ... Attack of the Killer Tomatoes

Reader Comments (1)

1st, let me Thank You for reading my previous comments on today's Podcast. Scott never be ashamed of who you are, I'm not. So now you know you aren't the only Weird Al fan. That's why I had to let you know my friend and I saw UHF in the theater too. Scott you're too funny " I pity the fool, Clarice." You'd have Hopkins playing everyone. You know what's funny is if Elvis really did that in real life. Hey you never know with enough money anyone can disappear. I cracked up when JFK open the drawer full of candy. I was like damn now that's a sweet tooth. John you're comments the "Bucket List but with a mummy" and "If lighting a mummy on fire doesn't work the 1st time, try again" had me laughing. I can't see Ron Pearlman playing Elvis either. That would be a disaster, in my opinion. I always look forward to your Podcasts. Keep up the good work.

October 29, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterMichelle Roy

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