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When an ancient Egyptian tomb is found in a North American park, a group of scientists and students of Egyptology arrive to the site to study the inscriptions. Meanwhile, the four thousand years old evil high-priestess Aneh-Tet awakes and seeks six offerings to revive her legion of mummies. Then she needs the blood of a virgin to bring her father back to life, become immortal and rule the world. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
The ancient Egyptian High-Priestess Aneh-Tet awakens from her 4000 year sleep to rule the world.
The biggest draw for this film is the appearance of horror icon Zach Galligan ("Gremlins"). Someone else wrote that the only redeeming thing about his film is the brief nudity. I guess I do not see that as a highlight... I would rather see Galligan than a random topless woman.
What is so great about this film is how they treat the ancient Egyptian language. We have to wonder, how does the college girl (or anyone besides the mummy) speak a dead language? Unlike Latin, it is not like you can learn to pronounce things by looking at the old glyphs. Likewise, I love the literal translation of hieroglyphics, even with the name "Molly". While I am not fluent in Egyptian, I am pretty sure that is not how the language works.
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