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This movie is talking about a man called Johan Meyer who is archaeologist, he have to translate old language from Babylonian civilization, but he have to do it in limited time and under threat of death from an unknown man.


Antoni Solé


Antoni Solé (story), Antoni Solé




Credited cast:
Mark Gantt ... Johan Meyer
Nikol Kollars ... Barbara Meyer
Timothy Gibbs Timothy Gibbs ... Agent Mike Fox
Reg Wilson ... Mr. Ramku
Colin Morgan ... Professor Simon
Mingo Ràfols Mingo Ràfols ... Dr. Alexander
José Luis Barquero José Luis Barquero ... Roger Brown
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Anna Andres Anna Andres ... Ereshkigal
Defne Bolukbasioglu Defne Bolukbasioglu ... Anna (as Defne Bölükbasioglu)
Loris Curci Loris Curci ... professor Gibson
Vasylena Dimitrova Vasylena Dimitrova ... Librarian
Joe Lewis ... Max
Katarina Leyman Katarina Leyman ... Giselle
Valentina Perrella Valentina Perrella ... Valeria brunata (as Valentina Perella)
Katerina Sigala Katerina Sigala ... Kate


Boston professor Johan Meyer, an eminent anthropologist is highly regarded for his translations of Egyptian tablets. Approached to evaluate an ancient text, his mysterious client requires urgency so Johan works around the clock. As the hours pass, strange occurrences take place as Johan's dreams become drenched in bizarre visions. It all seems a strange coincidence until the translation is almost at an end. It is only then that Johan realises the parchemtn contains a ritual that brings to life the Queen of the Underworld, thus awakening the dead and plunging the world into eternal darkness.

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When Johan Meyer first handles the tablet he doesn't wear gloves. When he handles it at his home he dons white gloves. See more »

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Wow, the horror movie Ed Wood wished he could have made.
27 October 2020 | by bernie-122See all my reviews

The cast were actually not that bad, excepting maybe agent Fox, who was a little over the top. The rest were capably trying to do their best with the miserable script and entirely absent story line. This truly belongs among the few worst movies I have ever seen. The only reason it isn't as bad as Tommy Wiseau's The Room is because Tommy isn't in it. Otherwise, it makes just about as much sense. Apparently, the nonsensical ending was tacked on because they'd run out of ideas and had to end it somehow. The real failing of this film is that it falls just short of being "so bad it's good". What a shame, could have been a classic.

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February 2016 (Spain) See more »

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The Curse See more »

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Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain See more »

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