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30 September 2003 (USA) See more »
When an ancient burial ground is desecrated, a deadly Mummy is awoken, and goes on a violent killing spree. | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Heather Ashley Chase ... Elisa
Heather Lynne Chase ... Lisa James (as Heather Ashley)
Perrine Moore ... Egyptian goddess (as Perrine Moore)
Jelani Gibson ... Egyptian Warrior

Brian Guest ... Dave
David Ortega
Stan Sorensen
Tom Rees

David Alan Graf
Tom Greenhut
Starly Alvarado
Elizabeth Duran

Roxie Sarhangi (as Roxanne Sarhangi)
Desi O'Brian Wilson (as Desi Wilson)

Liisa Evastina (as Liisa MannerKoski)
Serena Morales
Monica Muños
Eric Larkin
John Moore
Darlene Tygrett
Lee Webb

Tina Mahler ... The Mummy

Directed by
Joe Castro 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Joe Castro 
Eric Spudic 

Produced by
Brendan Kinkade .... executive producer
David S. Sterling .... producer
Original Music by
Jason Peri 
Cinematography by
Benjamin Cooper  (as Lee Mann)
Tina Mahler .... fight/stunt coordinator
Tina Mahler .... stunts


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73 min
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7 out of 8 people found the following review useful.
Evil Unleashed - The (Dancing) Mummy!!!, 17 January 2004
Author: jade1-1

The Plot - A group of college students unwittingly release the spirit of an ancient mummy with the help of a professor. The mummy wrecks havoc on those who unleashed her killing them one by one... but not before doing her rituralistic dance in order to seduce them. Now, Lisa must fight in order to save herself and her friends form the evil clutches of the mummy and send the mummy back to hell for good.

The Directing - Slightly above average for a shot on video feature. One of the better directed features the director has under his belt.

The Story - Been there done that. Same plot as the David DeCoteau flick Ancient Evil: Scream of the Mummy but on a lower budget, but the pacing is fast and it has a slight camp humor to it which makes it a better film.

The Acting - This is a mixed bag. Heather Ashley, Jill Moore, and Perrine Moore are great with the material they are given. Brian Guest and David Ortega were weak as the male students. Everyone else was either ok or need need more acting classes. The main standout from the leads would be Heather Ashley... she is a breath of fresh air in the low budget film industry. She has talent and looks to go far in the industry and be a mainstream success. Jill Moore doesn't trail far behind Miss Ashley and had only like two bad

deliveries. Props goes to these two actresses.

Production Values - Lower than your average independent horror flick but still acceptable. Nice to see the indy filmmakers film on an actual college campus instead of a made up house.

Overall - I give the film a 7/10. It is an enjoyable, fun flick that you won't waste too much braincells in viewing and Heather Ashley should keep any guy interested.

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