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When a lunatic murders the three daughters of the Pharaoh, he faces an awful death. Centuries later, his mummy returns to create mayhem on Earth. Just as the murdering commences, the mummies of the three beautiful sisters return to stop him. Written by
I wont argue about the fact that I wasn't warned by watching this turkey. I watched it and I'm glad that I did it. It is still a mystery how some movies can be distributed even when they are a real turkey but here I can almost say that it is so bad that it becomes good. Don't go watching it if you think that it will contain mummies. There is one mummy in this flick and it's the most frightening part of it. Be advised that the mummy flicks from the Universal era are more frightening. The only time blood appears is when one girl got smashed against the wall why taking a bath. It's bloody but that's it. The reason why geeks will watch it is because all ladies in this flick are walking naked almost all the time. Full frontal where ever they are. The acting is as wooden as the oldest tree you could find. The story line is written in 1 minute. The title is what attracts you by guessing you will have an old exploitation from the 60's, but be advised that titles do mislead you.
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