Bubba Ho-Tep
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Title: Bubba Ho-Tep
Directed by: Don Coscarelli
Written by: Don Coscarelli; Joe R. Lansdale
Produced by: Don Coscarelli; Dac Coscarelli; Jason R. Savage
Music by: Brian Tyler
Cinematography: Adam Janeiro
Edited by: Scott J. Gill; Donald Milne
Distributed by: Silver Sphere Corporation
Released: June 9th, 2002 [1]
October 10th, 2003
Rating: R
Running time: 92 min.
Country: USA
Language: English

Bubba Ho-Tep is an American independent film blending elements of the horror and comedy genres, with an emphasis on mummy fiction. The movie was written and directed by Don Coscarelli based on a novella by Joe R. Lansdale. It was produced the Silver Sphere Corporation and premiered at the CineVegas International Film Festival on June 9th, 2002. It opened to limited theatrical release on October 10th, 2003.


Notes & Trivia

  • Scenes from the Mud Creek Shady Rest Home were shot at 7600 Consuelo Street in Downey, California.
  • Bubba Ho-Tep was road-showed across the film festival circuit, though it did receive limited theatrical release. It was screened in only twenty-five theaters, but was in release for a total of fifteen weeks. It's final showing was on January 11th, 2004. [2]
  • The primary setting of this movie is East Texas.


External Links


  1. CineVegas International Film Festival; Premiere.
  2. Box Office Mojo; Bubba Ho-Tep; Domestic summary.

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