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In hope of getting his hands on the famed diamond known as the Codix Stone, Jack Wells joins a group of archaeologists out to explore a newly discovered tomb in Egypt, that of the cursed king Neferu. When the Mummy of the king returns from the dead seeking human victims, Jack is in for the most horrifying experience of his life.Written by
It's not really a horror film but more of an adventure flick. It's reminiscent of the 80's action/adventure. Think (Allan Quatermain and the Lost City of Gold) and and (King Solomone Mines). I have never been a fan of POV films and must admit this is one of the best ones I have seen because it's not shaky like the others. I would assume they spent all their budget on Danny Glover and in my opinion it would have been better without him. The writing is a tad weak and I did not know William McNamara was still acting but his voice carries along the film nice. The other actors are not too shabby considering this is probably the height of their work so far. The tomb they shot in looks amazing but I think the mummy could have been in it a little longer. The locations Venezuela (Egypt) look great on camera. If you watch it as a fun little flick and don't expect an award winning picture you'll enjoy it.
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