Directed by Don Coscarelli. US. 2002. R. 92 minutes. Silver Sphere. 35mm.
Elvis didn’t leave the building in 1977 – he switched places with an impersonator. Unfortunately, the impersonator died leaving the real King (cult movie hero Bruce Campbell) destitute and ill-prepared for everyday life. Currently the resident of a low-rent retirement home, E spends most of his days dwelling on the past, until a series of odd deaths raises his suspicions. Now, the former King of Rock & Roll . . .
We’re serving up FIVE of the most outlandish and entertaining Italian horror movies ever made: Mario Bava’s colorful and chilling Blood and Black Lace, Dario Argento’s infamous The Bird with the Crystal Plumage, Bruno Mattei’s evil convent classic The Guardians of Hell AKA The Other Hell, Lamberto Bava’s monsters-in-a-movie-theatre masterpiece Demons, and an amazing mystery title to be announced on the . . .