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The Mummy's Kiss: 2nd Dynasty (2006)

An aging woman kisses a mummy on display in a museum. This is what remains of the evil sorceress, Hor Shep Sut, who is reawakened to her murderous ways.

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Donald F. Glut

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Donald F. Glut
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Credited cast:
Grace Asakura ... Marie (as Yuu Asakura)
Joe Baisur Joe Baisur ... Frugal Park Drunk
Bruce Barlow ... Mummy
Mark Bedell ... Jack
Stacy Burke ... Susan
Lily Chan Lily Chan ... Chrissy Lee
Tony Clay Tony Clay ... Dr. Harold Craig
Belinda Gavin ... Dr. Zita Furneaux
Paul Guay ... Chatty Museum Visitor
Del Howison Del Howison ... Renfield
Lara Leach Lara Leach ... Virginia
Joan Marlowe Joan Marlowe ... Zita
Jonas Neal ... Young Naive Museum Patron
Lorielle New ... Peggy
Christine Nguyen ... Elyse Lam
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A beautiful woman, named Zita, who has many issues, is aging and seeks an Egyptian goddess' help. After pledging her allegiance, Zita is instructed to kiss the mummy remains of the evil sorceress, Hor Shep Sut. This awakens the mummy, and the murders begin. Written by blogmonstermike.wordpress.com

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Nice Softcore Flick
24 July 2011 | by Michael_ElliottSee all my reviews

Mummy's Kiss, The: 2nd Dynasty (2006)

** (out of 4)

Decent softcore flick has Elyse Lam (Christine Nguyen) going to a museum to see a mummy exhibit, which she plans on writing some articles about. She hears that the mummy could still be alive but laughs this off until many young, beautiful women start going missing. She soon realizes that Dr. Zita has called upon some goddesses to bring the mummy back to life so that she can restore her youth. This sequel to 2003's THE MUMMY'S KISS isn't a masterpiece and no one is going to mistake it from the work of Orson Welles but if you come into a movie like this expecting some art-house stuff then you've certainly only got yourself to blame. For the most part this is a fairly entertaining little movie that knows it's a low-budget movie that is mainly going to appeal to guys so it comes as no shock that writer-director Don Glut goes all out so that those viewers can get plenty of lesbian sex scenes mixed in with the horror elements. The one negative thing I would say is that the horror elements are really underused, which is a shame because the mummy creation actually looks extremely good and would manage to hold a candle next to the best out there. The credits list John Carl Buechler (FRIDAY THE 13TH VII) as working on the film and while there are some gory moments there's nothing like you'd expect to see in a slasher movie. The majority of the running time has various breast-implant women going around either taking their clothes off or licking up and down other women. For the most part the women are quite attractive and those who enjoy these type of low-budget, softcore flick should be entertained. The director uses a lot of slow motion to show off the bodies but this never becomes a gimmick and in fact the cinematography comes across quite nice. Another plus is that this certainly doesn't look like your typical low-budget movie as Glut manages to make it look very professional and I will admit that I was rather shocked to see it looking so good. The real key to the film is Nguyen who comes across incredibly charming. I wouldn't say she gives a good performance but this type of movie doesn't need an Oscar-worthy performance. She's cute, charming and appears to be having a good time (and her nude scenes don't hurt either).


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10 October 2006 (USA) See more »

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Los Angeles, California, USA

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