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Ancient Evil : Scream Of The Mummy

Ancient Evil : Scream Of The Mummy

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Ancient Evil : Scream Of The Mummy  Six archeology students are spending the summer at an isolated rural compound with their college professor, working on an exciting discovery: an ancient mummy, found in the ruins of a temple. Little do they realize that the mummy was the servant of the Rain God, and that one of them has the ability to bring it back to life to exact its master’s deadly revenge. Trapped inside of the compound with the murderous, unstoppable creature, they must join forces to destroy the monster, or allow it to carry out its plans to annihilate all mankind.

Hilarious….but in no way good!

Ancient Evil : Scream Of The Mummy  Rented this on the advice of “You’ll love it”. This was obviously for the comedy. I’ve never laughed that much in my life. There is nothing WHATSOEVER frightening about the ‘Mummy’ (who looks suspiciously like a fat man wrapped in toilet roll) and the acting is terrible. The plot is dull and the sets (well, set, as there is only one) are cardboard-like. I won’t even begin on the continuity, just think magically disappearing blood and you have the start of it. Add to this the usual sprinkling of stereotype teenagers, some voodoo magic, dodgy costumes and, voilà!

However I would watch this again just to see the slowest, least frightening Mummy in history stalking his victims with a rubber knife. This film is great…if you want to cry with laughter!

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The film looks like it was filmed at somebody’s home and none of the characters are likable. The Egyptian-looking Aztec mummy is fat and moves at the pace of an arthritic slug. The kid who supposedly is a direct descendant of ancient Aztec priests is fish-belly white, and the pronunciation of Aztec words is hideous. (Tlaloc, pronounced ta-lay-lock, instead of tla-lock) You will definitely walk away from this flick thinking “there go two hours of my life I’ll never get back! )

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