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Day of the Mummy Review

Day of the Mummy

With Universal Studios getting ready to reboot their classic monster franchises in the near future, indie filmmakers seem to be gravitating towards projects revolving around the baddies of yesteryear, too. I recently reviewed one mummy tale with Isis Rising, but it seems that isn’t the only new mummy movie around. Judging by its trailer, Johnny Tabor’s Day of the Mummy had tons of promise, but unfortunately, the film itself really didn’t reach any of its potential.

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Isis Rising: Curse of the Lady Mummy Review

Isis Rising: Curse of the Lady Mummy

Contrary to popular belief, adult film stars are not very good actors. Okay, maybe everyone already knows that, but Priya Rai further proves this theory in the new indie horror flick Isis Rising: Curse of the Lady Mummy, directed by Lisa Palenica.

Centuries after Isis’ lover/brother, Osiris, is murdered and torn into pieces, a group of college students lock themselves in a museum overnight, unknowingly unleashing the Goddess from her ancient slumber. In hopes of recreating Osiris’ death and [...]

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