If you've ever longed for a movie about wrestling women who take on various monsters, this is it! Xochitl, the mummy, can turn into a snake or a bat, which is difficult to get half-Nelsons ...
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A mad scientist terrorizes a city by kidnapping young women with his ape-man Gomar and then using them as subjects in sadistic brain transplant experiments. A female wrestler whose sister ... See full summary »
This cheap Mexican horror film is a remake of Cardona's Doctor of Doom (1962), spiced with nudity, medical footage, women wrestling, and cheap gore shots. Female masked wrestler Lucy (who ... See full summary »
José Elías Moreno,
Carlos López Moctezuma,
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If you've ever longed for a movie about wrestling women who take on various monsters, this is it! Xochitl, the mummy, can turn into a snake or a bat, which is difficult to get half-Nelsons on. Loreita, the Golden Ruby, joins her sister to battle the evil Prince Fugiyata and her Oriental female wrestlers. The mummy is also female and on the good side of the struggle. The lady wrestlers earlier appeared in "Doctor of Doom." Written by
Not as much fun as "Doctor of Doom", but still an enjoyable bit of Mexican schlock
"Wrestling Women vs. the Aztec Mummy" isn't as much fun as the first wrestling woman film, "Doctor of Doom" (which is second only to "Night of the Bloody Apes" as my favorite bit of south of the border camp). Still, its very enjoyable if you're a die-hard cult film fan. I mean it has wrestling women, a Fu Manchu-like villain, gadgets, fist fights, an Aztec mummy, bad dubbing and even worse special effects, what more could you ask for from a film? Coherency? Get out of here! "Wrestling Women vs. the Aztec Mummy" is schlock fun, plain and simple. Surprisingly enough, not all of the Mexican horror films are this goofy ("Black Pit of Dr. M" in particular is an effective Bava-style ghost story). However, this takes the tops for cheese. (5/10)
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