A team of U.S. archaeologists unearths an ancient pyramid buried deep beneath the Egyptian desert. As they search the pyramid's depths, they become hopelessly lost in its dark and endless catacombs. Searching for a way out, they become desperate to seek daylight again. They come to realize they aren't just trapped, they are being hunted.Written by
This film uses both a first person (for the found footage shots) and a third person perspective. See more »
Whilst the God Anubis attended the Weighing Of The Heart during Judgement, Anubis never ate the hearts/souls of the damned, the hearts of the damned were devoured by Egyptian demon Amiit "The Devourer Of Hearts". See more »
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This pyramid, unlike any structure other I've ever encountered, seems to have been built with the express purpose of keeping whatever is inside from escaping. If you come down here... bring guns.
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A semi found footage film that reminds me of a film that came out earlier this year, As above so below, but is nowhere near as spectacular as that movie.
Like the Jake Gyllenhaal film End of Watch the film tends to break the rules of the found footage genre by creating a story about a Daddy Daughter architect team being filmed going down in an accent pyramid, then breaking them by putting an unmanned camera were none should exist,
But I must admit I really did like the monster they created for this film. Can't say I've ever seen anything like it in the film, or at least done in this matter.
And I did enjoy some of the horror clichés that the film walks into. Maybe I would have liked it more if I haven't see As above So Below which had the same kind of closed space environment, but was done far better.
Still, the movie had a lot of genuine scared worth paying a ticket for.
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