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
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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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just as expected...which was actually below normal expectations
The story is just another one of those lost cause adventures. But the horror setting makes it feel very devoid of any character development. All the initial story buildup doesn't even adequately put the relationships between the characters in place.All the characters seem to be doing separate acting for each scenes that the scenes don't really feel continuous, and also the mediocre editing and directing adds up to this too. The story take the sharp turn from being scientific to mythic in a very sudden move for me. The jump-scares were successful in giving shocks at me, but it didn't stir any fear in me, like what a good horror should do. The acting overall is pretty lame. Ashley Hinshaw, Dennis O'Hare and James Buckley should really take more acting lessons, especially in acting for a horror thriller. Their expressions don't really show that they were terrified, so how should we the audience feel afraid?
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