Experimenting in hypnotic regression to past lives, Dr. Almada discovers that his fiancée, Flor, is the reincarnation of an Aztec maiden who was put to death for loving an Aztec warrior, ... See full summary »
The evil Dr. Krupp, once again trying to get possession of the Aztec princess Xochitl's jewels, hypnotizes her current reincarnation, Flor, to get her to reveal the jewels' location - ... See full summary »
If you've ever longed for a movie about wrestling women who take on various monsters, this is it. There is Xochitl, a female mummy, and her lover Tezomoc who is also a mummy, and he can ... See full summary »
Strategic targets on Earth are being destroyed by an unknown weapon. Government security head Henderson suspects it's an "atomic ray" originating from the moon! He assigns Commando Cody, ... See full summary »
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 »
At one point a character causes the mummy to retreat by showing the mummy a cross. This suggests that a mummy which has been entombed for centuries knows the significance of a crucifix. See more »
A gun is clearly discharged several times in the fight scene near the end, but it makes no sound. See more »
There are two different US versions of this film: One is the American International Pictures print with the original atmospheric music score (complete with classical music pieces), and during the climactic fight between Popoca and the Human Robot, Popoca had a scary, menacing voice (ie. groaning and roaring). Another is the 1964 rerelease by Young Horror Club of America, with a completely redone (and loopy) music score, somewhat different title cards, and the voice of Popoca (in said climactic fight) was replaced with a faint high-pitched voice (which sounded more like he was yawning). This latter version was seen in the public domain. Both versions had the exact same dubbing done for US producer K. Gordon Murray by Manuel San Fernando (intended for AIP's version). See more »
Ya know, this should be one of those "so bad it's good" kind of moovies, but the awful truth is: the moovie is plain boring! It takes FOREVER to get through all the pointless exposition before you ever get to see the mummy or the robot - a lot of nonsense about the Bat (evil guy) & the Professor (the good guy). Face it: all we wanna see is the fight! Of course, when it finally does happen, it's one of the slowest & stupidest monster fights in moovie history, and almost makes the wait worth it, but not really. Rock & Roll Wrestling Women VS The Aztec Mummy is far moore fun! I give this moovie 1/2 a hoof out of 4 - rent it for a chuckle, but keep yer finger on the fast-forward button! :=8)
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