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What a load of hokum. Not surprising, of course, Mexico 1972 with masked wrestlers the heroes. Just a glance at the wonderful lobby cards and poster, heavily featuring the muscle boys, including 'Blue Angel' and 'Thousand Masks' known affectionally in the film as 'Blue' and 'Thousand' respectively, is enough to assure this is not going to be an intellectual feast. Trouble is that colourful though this is and mildly amusing may it be to have a bunch of caped and masked wrestlers mixing it with mini skirted girls and a bunch or dwarfs, not to mention the mad scientist and Satan himself, all this does not a story make. Just realised I haven't even mentioned the titular 'mummies' but then it is easy to forget them. great first appearance in the catacombs but all down hill thereafter what with all their slow movement and zombie like automaton action. Hope I haven't put anyone off this! Seriously my best advise is consider watching and then buy the poster instead.
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